State of the Union 2013: Streaming video, Twitter talk, and more
Tuesday night will mark the first State of the Union address of President Barack Obama's second term, and his speech promises to hit on all of the key topics facing the United States going into the next four years.
Obama's points of contention will include job creation and a push for the ambitious progressive plans he outlined in his second inaugural address three weeks ago.
The president hopes he can encourage lawmakers to join him in reforming laws on gun ownership and immigration and boosting taxes to raise government spending power. The president's priorities also include easing back on spending cuts and addressing climate change.
Streaming live on WJLA.com
WJLA.com will stream coverage of President Obama's State of the Union address starting at about 9 p.m. Tuesday night. You can log on to WJLA.com/live2 to watch the complete coverage and the entire address.
Hot topics on President Obama's agenda
Everything from job creation to the American economy to gun control will be addressed by President Obama during his State of the Union address.
The Pew Research Center has provided a good tip sheet with information on all sorts of public policy topics.
Follow the chatter on RebelMouse
On Tuesday night, for the first time, WJLA.com will use RebelMouse ,a platform that combines articles, tweets and photos that follows the hottest chatter about the State of the Union.
Road closures around the Capitol
As expected, several roads around the U.S. Capitol will be closed before and during the State of the Union. Starting at 7 p.m. and lasting through the end of the speech, the roads marked in red will be closed to vehicular traffic.