Republicans look to challenge Obama on energy, Cuba, immigration

There’s Now An Estimate Of The Sony Hack’s DestructionBy Patricia Zengerle and Julia Edwards WASHINGTON/HONOLULU (Reuters) – Republicans take full control of the Congress this week with an agenda of trying to force approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline and push back on President Barack Obama’s sweeping policy shifts on Cuba and immigration. After years of battles over the budget and other issues, further clashes loom as Republicans who already control the House of Representatives take over the Senate majority on Tuesday after wins against Obama’s Democrats in November’s midterm elections. …

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