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Watch TIME editors talk about the ups and downs of President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union speech with reviews from Twitter and photo highlights.
It’s that time of year when elected officials, political junkies and the national press corps tune their antennae toward Capitol Hill for the State of the Union Address and opposition-party response. The Constitution requires the President to tell Congress where the country stands; more than 40 years of political tradition empower the
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Robert Reich is best best known as Bill Clinton’s one-time labor secretary but before the economist joined Clinton’s cabinet he went on a date with a young Hillary Rodham. In this week’s 10 Questions, TIME’s Belinda Luscombe asks Reich about their movie date when the pair were undergrads at Dartmouth and Wellesley.
Reich also shares …