The president's 6th State of the Union address will defend his economic record and foreign policy
President Obama feels confident and emboldened heading into the State of the Union...and so does the Republican-controlled Congress
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough also says if the president needs to veto bills that don't help the middle class, he will
CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett goes through the key points the President is expected to announce
President Obama is putting the final touches on his sixth State of the Union message. CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Frank Luntz joins "CBSN" with more on what the President is expected to say.
President Obama spent the past few weeks touring the country revealing topics he'll cover in his State of the Union speech on Tuesday. CBS News compiled the highlights in this 90-second primer to his speech.
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A preview of what's ahead this Sunday on Face the Nation, including interviews with presidential contenders Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Lindsey Graham, and Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook.
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The president's annual speech argued that his economic and foreign policies are the right path forward
Just this year, Obama has threatened to veto seven bills, something Republican House majority leader says won't work for an effective divided government
What the president plans to accomplish with the help of others, and what he can get done on his own
With the economy finally on more solid footing, the president gives Congress an agenda that focuses on more forward-looking goals
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The new Republican majority promises to make Congress more productive -- and even, in some cases, to work with President Obama