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Reince Priebus: 'Very Disappointed' if GOP Doesn't Take Senate
Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus and Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz debate which party has the upper hand for Election Day.
'This Week' Transcript: Reince Priebus and Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on November 2, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Starting right now, a special edition of ABC's THIS WEEK -- Your Voice, Your Vote 2014. Two days to go. The critical issues at stake -- control of Congress up for grabs this morning. Breaking details,
The New Windows for Immigration Reform -- in 2014 and Beyond
There are a lot of factors conspiring against immigration reform in 2013, like the vanishing number of days left on the congressional calendar and a lack of appetite for a bill among moderate Republicans. That isn’t stopping House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif who reportedly plans to offer
A Timeline of Obama's Slow-Motion Play on Immigration
With immigration reform at a standstill in Congress, President Obama is trying to keep the issue alive by taking his message to Spanish-language media outlets this week. The president will appear on Univision and Telemundo TV stations that air in Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, New York and New
5 Things You Need to Know About Immigration in the House
The Senate Bill Got a Cold Reception From Republican Leadership in the House
Boehner: No Immigration Bill Without Majority GOP Support
The fate of immigration reform hinges on how House Speaker John Boehner handles the issue. And on Tuesday, he laid down a significant marker on how the House will move forward. Boehner (R-Ohio) indicated it is highly unlikely that he will bring a bill to the floor that does not have the support of
Marco Rubio's Tough Tightrope Walk on Immigration Reform
Can Rubio Sell Immigration Reform to Conservatives Without Compromising Bill?
Immigration Reform Has Never Been Just A 'Latino Issue'
It's rare for a TV pundit or politico to talk about immigration reform these days without mention of Republicans losing the "Latino vote." But what they tend to forget is that about 2.5 million of the estimated 11.1 million undocumented immigrants living in this country are not from Latin America.
Why the Gun Control Fail Doesn't Doom Immigration Reform
Immigration Reform Comes With the Support of a Broad Set of Interest Groups