Washington Post Coverage: 2007 State of the Union
Politically weakened and increasingly isolated, president confronts first Democratic-ruled Congress in a dozen years in his annual address.
Upon delivering his State of the Union address, Bush tried to revive his presidency against what may be the greatest odds any chief executive has faced in a generation, yet he was anything but defensive.
For Webb, Bouquets and a Few Brickbats: Va. Senator's State of the Union Response Called 'Eloquent,' 'Incoherent' (Post, January 25, 2007, Page A04)
Defending Iraq War, Defiant Cheney Cites 'Enormous Successes' (Post, January 25, 2007, Page A01)
Ethanol Industry Gets a Boost From Bush (Post, January 25, 2007, Page D01)
President's Sin of Omission?: Dropped Syllable in Speech Riles Democrats (Post, January 25, 2007, Page C01)
FOR THE RECORD: President's Portrayal of 'The Enemy' Often Flawed (Post, January 24, 2007, Page A13)
Va.'s Webb Offers a Blunt Challenge to Bush: Va. Senator Urges Change in Direction for Economy, Iraq War (Post, January 24, 2007, Page A12)
THE AGENDA: Bush Adopts Some Priorities Of Congressional Democrats (Post, January 24, 2007, Page A14)
WASHINGTON SKETCH: Cheney and Pelosi Do the Two-Party Two-Step (By Dana Milbank, January 24, 2007, Page A01)
Energy Policy: Critics See Too Little Significant Change (Post, January 24, 2007, Page A14)
The Candidates: Some 2008 Contenders Disagree, Politely (Post, January 24, 2007, Page A15)
Steven Pearlstein: Bipartisan Cooperation on Health Care Is Dead on Arrival (By Steven Pearlstein, January 24, 2007, Page D01)
Getting a Read On the Speech Makes for Quite A Snapshot (By Tom Shales, January 24, 2007, Page C01)
President Bush's 2007 State of the Union Address: (As Delivered in the House Chamber) (washingtonpost.com, January 23, 2007; 11:15 PM)
Democratic Response to the State of the Union Address: Delivered by Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.) (washingtonpost.com, January 23, 2007; 8:50 PM)

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