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House Republicans will take on the immigration issue in bite-size pieces, shunning pressure to act quickly and rejecting the comprehensive approach embraced in the Senate, a key committee chairman said Thursday.House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., declined to commit to finishing immigration legislation this year, as President Obama and a bipartisan group in the Senate want to do. He said bills on an agriculture worker program and workplace enforcement would come first, and he said there'd been no decision on how to deal with legalization or a possible path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million immigrants living here illegally, a centerpiece of a new bipartisan bill in the Senate."It is not whether you do it fast or slow, it is that you get it right that's most important," Goodlatte said at a press conference to announce the way forward on immigration in the House.He said that while he hopes to produce a bill this year, "I'm going to be very cautious about setting any kind of arbitrary limits on when this has to be done."The approach Goodlatte sketched out was not a surprise, but it was a sign of the obstacles ahead of congressional passage of the kind of far-reaching immigration legislation sought by Obama and introduced last week in the Senate by four Republican and four Democratic lawmakers. Many in the conservative-led House don't have the appetite for a single, big bill on immigration, especially not one th Deadly bombings at Boston MarathonWARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES: Bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line killed three people and wounded at least 176 on April 15, 2013. Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19, has been charged in the attack.DEVELOPING: The Boston Marathon bombing suspects had Times Square in their sights before law enforcement authorities put an end to their bloody terror spree, according to a top U.S. lawmaker who cited police sources.Brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spoke of going to New York while driving the streets of Cambridge last Thursday, according to a man who was carjacked and later escaped. The development came hours before getting into a shootout with police. Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, died and his younger brother remains in fair condition in a Boston hospital.While previous reports have said the brothers were coming to the Big Apple "to party," Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., told Fox News they were planning to set off bombs in Times Square, the tourist mecca targeted by Faisal Shahzad in a failed 2010 plot.Ive heard that from police sources that Times Square was mentioned by the bombers and is believed to have been the next attack, the next possible attack," Kingsaid.New York Mayor Mike Blomberg and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly were set to speak to the press about the possible plot Thursday afternoon.One source told Reuters the development was based on information that surviving suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev tol