In his final State of the Union address, Obama painted a portrait of a country very much in its prime instead of one in decline. He defended his policies but also expressed one regret.
When President Obama gives his final State of the Union address Tuesday evening in Congress, a 24-year-old Alaska Native woman named Lydia Doza will be among the guests sitting in the First Lady’s gallery.
Intended to combat gun violence, the actions include a regulatory change designed to make it harder for gun buyers to avoid background checks.
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The president is billing his new page as “a place where you can hear directly from me.”
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