The Washington Post

YouTube celebrities with major followings will interview President Obama on Friday about his last State of the Union address.

The move is aimed at countering calls from Republicans to ban Muslim refugees in the wake of terrorist attacks.

For President Obama’s last State of the Union address, some of the featured guests will say as much about the promise he offered to voters nearly a decade ago as what he’s done while in office.

After six years in office, there are just four states President Obama has failed to visit.

The State of the Union used to be a one-night event; now it's an extended, multimedia extravaganza.

The president hopes to build on his momentum over executive actions with a focus on the economy.

For the first time in the history of State of the Union addresses, a reality television star nearly upstaged the president.

Leading political analysts rate Obama's performance in real time, via Twitter

Live updates from President Obama's State of the Union address.

Rep. Vance McAllister (R-La.) invites a friend to the president's big speech.

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