The White House dogs, Bo and Sunny, are ready for tonight's State of the Union.
By Bridget Bowman
When the president takes the podium Tuesday to address the state of our nation, he will likely highlight the guests sitting alongside the first lady, who will include survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing, the CEO of General Motors, and…
By Terence Burlij and Katelyn Polantz
Fresh off his 2012 re-election victory and second inaugural, with approval ratings above 50 percent, President Barack Obama used his State of the Union address last year to call for bold action on issues such as tax reform, climate change,…
By Bridget Shirvell
The PBS NewsHour team invites you to watch it with us by participating in our “watch party” on Twitter.
By Associated Press
When President Barack Obama delivered his 2013 State of the Union, he asked Congress to tackle many issues, including immigration reform, a minimum wage hike and gun legislation. But one year later, little progress has been made on the…
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