“State of the Union” host reminds GOP presidential candidate he doesn’t exactly have a great track record when it comes to matrimony
State of the Union News, Movies and Background
From HuffPost Live to new CBS and MSNBC digital networks, here’s TheWrap’s Streaming 101 guide
“He did a little bit of trash talking, which is always the best part of the State of the Union,” co-host and Republican political analyst...
NBC, Fox and Univision finish in three-way tie atop key demo
President Obama to announce plans to streamline intelligence to combat cyberterrorism
TheWrap’s guide to television coverage of President Barack Obama’s speech, including who’s anchoring the broadcasts and providing analysis
Chris Matthews and Rachel Maddow will host the network’s coverage of Obama’s speech
Bash, who’s covered Congress for CNN since 2006, has hosted “State of the Union” in the past
Crowley departs CNN after 27 years Sunday; will exclusively Interview President Obama Sunday
As “State of the Union” host Candy Crowley leaves network, TheWrap picks top 5 contenders to replace her as host of CNN’s Sunday morning political...
ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox decline double digits from last year's State of the Union Address
Stewart can't cover the current state of the union, so he talks about it under Bush-Cheney
State of the Union vs. Christopher Dorner: National News Sticks With Obama, Locals on Big Bear Shootout
Local stations in Southern California stayed with the Christopher Dorner shootout while network affiliates switched to the State of the Union address
Apparent message from Anonymous posted on site used to announce other campaigns
Congressman who threatened Obama with impeachment to pal around with Ted Nugent at State of the Union address
MSNBC gets its first win over CNN ever during the presidential address. It’s the only network to improve on last year’s numbers
An “NCIS” rerun is the most-watched program of the night
Fireworks from the front runners help nascent news magazine post its biggest ratings yet. Seven million viewers tuned in
"I will return, and we will work together for Arizona and this great country"
MSNBC’s new primetime lineup last in cable news coverage of speech
Thanks to a leak, many had already read the speech before the President could even deliver it; afterward, the most relevant commentary came from Keith...
Publication obtains address from “Democratic” insider, then skirts White House embargo; issue underscores the fact that in the WikiLeaks Age, even the President can’t control...
Address to be carried live on television, radio, online