State Of The Union Address
Refusing to bend to the new Republican Congress, President Barack Obama unveiled Tuesday night an ambitious State of the Union agenda steeped in Democratic priorities, including tax increases on the wealthy, education and child care help for the middle class and a torrent of veto threats for the GOP’s own plans.
Carolyn Murray was invited to the State of the Union by U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill).
A couple from south suburban Hazel Crest watched the State of the Union address with special concern about jobs Tuesday night.
Two Illinois Soldiers were on hand for the State of the Union Address Tuesday night.
President Barack Obama implored Democratic and Republican lawmakers to rally behind his vision of economic revival for an anxious nation.
Tonight at the beginning of his State of the Union Address President Barack Obama will tell us, “The state of our union is strong.” He should thank people like Jack LaLanne.
New U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) says he believes the symbolic gesture of Democrats and Republicans sitting together at the State of the Union Addresswill carry over into the regular work of Congress.