State of the Union reaction: Breaking down major takeaways from Biden’s address | LiveNOW from FOX

Watch live as President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address on Capitol Hill.

Subscribe to LiveNOW from FOX!
Where to watch LiveNOW from FOX:
Follow us @LiveNOWFOX on Twitter:

Raw and unfiltered. Watch a non-stop stream of breaking news, live events and stories across the nation. Limited commentary. No opinion. Experience LiveNOW from FOX.

WATCH LIVE: President Joe Biden’s 2023 State of the Union address | PBS NewsHour Special Coverage

Watch the 2023 State of the Union address on Feb. 7. The NewsHour’s special coverage will begin at 6 p.m. EST.

Stream your PBS favorites with the PBS app:
Find more from PBS NewsHour at
Subscribe to our YouTube channel:

Follow us:

PBS NewsHour podcasts:

STATE OF THE UNION LIVE COVERAGE 2023 | Breaking Points with Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti

To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit:

To listen to Breaking Points as a podcast, check them out on Apple and Spotify




Biden’s 2023 State of the Union address – 2/7 (FULL LIVE STREAM)

Join Post reporters as President Biden delivers the 2023 State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Feb. 7. The economy, police reform and the war in Ukraine are expected to be key topics in Biden’s speech.

The speech — his third time addressing a joint session — comes as Biden faces scrutiny for his handling of classified documents and at the unofficial beginning of the 2024 election season. A Democratic-controlled Senate and Republican-controlled House remain at odds.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) will preside over the address alongside Vice President Harris. The parents of Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man who died after he was brutally beaten by Memphis police officers, will be in attendance. They will be joined by Brandon Tsay, who disarmed a gunman who killed 11 people in Monterey Park, Calif., in January. Shortly after Biden’s address, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders will give the Republican response.

Libby Casey will anchor live coverage, along with James Hohmann, in The Washington Post newsroom. Rhonda Colvin will report live from the U.S. Capitol, and Tyler Pager will be outside the White House. Live analysis will come from Dan Balz, Paul Kane, Leigh Ann Caldwell and Marianna Sotomayor, along with other Post journalists throughout the night. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

Follow us:

Biden’s 2023 State of the Union address and Republican response | full video

President Biden touted the American story of "progress and resilience" and emphasized the recent strong economic numbers during his State of the Union address Tuesday night. "Two years ago, our democracy faced its greatest threat since the Civil War. Today, though bruised, our democracy remains unbowed and unbroken," Biden said at the start of his speech. Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivered the Republican response. 

Read the latest updates:

#stateoftheunion #news #politics 

CBS News Streaming Network is the premier 24/7 anchored streaming news service from CBS News and Stations, available free to everyone with access to the Internet. The CBS News Streaming Network is your destination for breaking news, live events and original reporting locally, nationally and around the globe. Launched in November 2014 as CBSN, the CBS News Streaming Network is available live in 91 countries and on 30 digital platforms and apps, as well as on and Paramount+.

Subscribe to the CBS News YouTube channel:
Watch CBS News:
Download the CBS News app:
Follow CBS News on Instagram:
Like CBS News on Facebook:
Follow CBS News on Twitter:
Subscribe to our newsletters:
Try Paramount+ free:

For video licensing inquiries, contact: [email protected]

Biden gives State of the Union address to joint session of Congress | full video

President Biden celebrated Democrats' legislative accomplishments while pledging to find common ground with Republicans during his State of the Union address in front of a joint session of Congress on Tuesday. "The people sent us a clear message. Fighting for the sake of fighting, power for the sake of power, conflict for the sake of conflict, gets us nowhere," he said. "That's always been my vision for our country. And I know it's many of yours. To restore the soul of this nation, to rebuild the backbone of America, the middle class and to unite the country. We've been sent here to finish the job, in my view."

Read the latest:

#news #biden #stateoftheunion  

"Face the Nation" is America's premier Sunday morning public affairs program. The broadcast is one of the longest-running news programs in the history of television, having debuted November 7, 1954, on CBS. Every Sunday, "Face the Nation" moderator and CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan welcomes leaders, newsmakers, and experts to a lively round table discussion of current events and the latest news.

Subscribe to the "Face the Nation" YouTube channel:​
Watch full episodes of "Face the Nation":​
Follow "Face the Nation" on Instagram:​
Like "Face the Nation" on Facebook:​
Follow "Face the Nation" on Twitter:​
Subscribe to our newsletter:​
Download the CBS News app:​
Try Paramount+ free:

For video licensing inquiries, contact: [email protected]

Daily Wire Backstage: State of the Union 2023 Coverage

Only DailyWire+ members can watch the member block portion of the show. Join now:

​​C’mon, man! The economy is great! Inflation doesn’t exist! And Ukraine is only a few more trillion away from winning the war. Pinkie swear! 
We all know Uncle Joe is full of hot air. But is it enough hot air to fill a Chinese spy balloon?

Join the roundtable discussion featuring @BenShapiro, @CandaceOwensPodcast, @AndrewKlavan, @MichaelKnowles, @MattWalsh  and Daily Wire god-king Jeremy Boreing to find out!

#DailyWirePlus #DailyWire #DailyWireBackstage #Livestream #BenShapiro #MattWalsh #MichaelKnowles #AndrewKlavan #CandaceOwens #Politics #News #StateOfTheUnion #JoeBiden #SOTU #Biden

World Helps Turkey And Syria In Rescue Operations After The Destruction By A Deadly Earthquake

World Helps Turkey And Syria In Rescue Operations After The Destruction By A Deadly Earthquake

Paris, France - Countries around the world mobilized rapidly to send aid and rescue workers on Monday after a massive earthquake killed more than 4000 people in Turkey and Syria.

Offers of assistance came from countries across the world. Here are some of the chief pledges of support.

European Union - The European Union has mobilized 10 search and rescue teams for Turkey after the stricken country requested EU assistance, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell and EU crisis management commissioner Janez Lenarcic said.

The EU’s Copernicus satellite system has been activated to provide emergency mapping services, it said adding the bloc was ready to support those affected in Syria too.

United Nations

The UN General Assembly observed a minute of silence in tribute to the victims.

“Our teams are on the ground assessing the needs and providing assistance. We count on the international community to help the thousands of families hit by this disaster, many of whom were already in dire need of humanitarian aid in areas where access is a challenge,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said.


Two of India’s National Disaster Response Force teams comprising 100 personnel with dog squads and equipment were ready to be flown to the affected area, the foreign ministry said. Doctors and paramedics with medicines were also being readied.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was “anguished” and “deeply pained” by the deaths in Turkey — with whom India has frosty relations — and Syria.

United State

US President Joe Biden said he was “deeply saddened” by the loss of life. US teams were “deploying quickly to begin to support Turkish search and rescue efforts”, he added.

National security spokesman John Kirby said the United States was sending two search-and-rescue teams of 79 people each, while the Pentagon and USAID were coordinating with their Turkish counterparts.


Germany — home to about three million people of Turkish origin — will “mobilize all the assistance we can activate”, Interior Minister Nancy Faeser said.

Germany’s Federal Agency for Technical Relief “can set up camps to provide shelter as well as water treatment units”, she said. Generators, tents and blankets are also being readied.


President Vladimir Putin promised to send Russian teams to both countries in telephone calls with Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

“In the nearest hours, rescuers from the Russian emergency ministry will take off for Syria,” the Kremlin said. The defense ministry said 300 military personnel deployed in Syria were helping with the clear-up effort.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that his war-torn country was “ready to provide the necessary assistance to overcome the consequences of the disaster.”


Kyriakos Mitsotakis, prime minister of Turkey’s historic rival Greece, whose relations with Ankara have suffered from a spate of border and cultural disputes, pledged to make “every force available” to aid its neighbor.

Athens is sending rescuers and supplies on a military plane.


Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he had approved the sending of aid to Syria — whose government does not recognize Israel — after receiving a request through diplomatic channels.

The government will also send humanitarian assistance to Turkey, he said.

However, a Damascus official denied they had requested help in the first place.


NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg voiced “full solidarity” with ally Turkey, saying he was in touch with Turkey’s top leadership and “NATO allies are mobilizing support now”.

#turkeyearthquake #earthquakenews #TurkeyRescue

Meghan Markle ‘should be VERY WORRIED’ over defamation case ruling | Tom Bower explains

'If I was Meghan, I would be very worried tonight.' 

Royal Biographer Tom Bower details a judge's ruling that Meghan Markle will have to give a deposition for her half-sister Samantha Markle's defamation case against her.

Watch on TV: Virgin 604, Freesat 216, Sky 512, Freeview 236, YouView 236
Listen on DAB+ Radio

Download the GB News App to watch live wherever you are, catch up with all our shows and get the latest news from the GBN family.

Don't forget to follow us on social media too!