Liberals: Not so #trendy.
Exclusive new dial testing from the State of the Union night explains why the White House is increasingly confident about the Affordable Care Act and may help explain why some Republicans have dropped their “repeal at all costs” rhetoric.
The Lead’s Jake Tapper got meta with me at the biggest annual event on the political calendar.
Apparently everyone in Hollywood is a big fat liar!
Why I watched the State of the Union without the hum of social media.
We know this is why you’re watching.
“They’ve got to do a much better job,” Sen. Bob Casey says of the administration’s Syria strategy. Reviews of the president’s Iran comments had more of a partisan split.
President Obama closed the State of the Union on Tuesday by honoring Cory Remsburg, who was injured in a roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan.
The president promises to act because Congress won’t, but he also really wants Congress to act in his fifth State of the Union address.
The President said the October 2013 shutdown of the government stopped basic democracy from taking place.
Two Republican members of Congress provided their guest tickets to Willie and Korie Robertson.
They haven’t lost hope on getting new immigration laws done, but believe the key to reform will be House Republican immigration principles later this week.
Former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords unveils a new ad calling out Congress for failing to act on the gun violence issue. CNN and MSNBC will air the spot before and after the State of the Union address on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, President Obama will address the nation. Lower ratings and fewer journalists may await.
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka emphasizes income inequality, minimum wage, and immigration reform in audio message to President Obama.
Support for a pathway to citizenship ticks up to 68%, with only 15% advocating a “send them all back” approach, as immigration reform heats up again.
Can CNN’s versatile host make the Sunday political talk show something we might regret not watching?
What a difference less than a day makes.
President Barack Obama delivers his fifth State of the Union Address from the House Chamber at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
If a politician making “the first major policy gambit of his career” is aided by seven Sunday talk shows, will America’s newspapers even care about it on Monday? The Sunday shows’ swift decline in relevance.
If CNN is gonna make us pay $1.99 for a 2-month-old episode of Reliable Sources, we should at least get to keep it forever.
He is a national treasure.
Scant reference of LGBT rights during the State of the Union, but advocates remain hopeful. “He laid out a vision,” one advocate says.
The ABC anchor has previously been accused of being drunk during newscasts. After the State of the Union address, she referenced Japanese performance art.
Paul gives the second and less official of two Republican responses to the State of the Union.
The Vice President is not impressed.
A considerable portion of the speech was devoted to foreign policy.
A raised minimum wage, universal preschool, and more infrastructure spending.