OnPolitics: Joe Biden set to deliver second State of the Union address, here's what to know
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President Joe Biden will face a divided Congress this evening during his second State of the Union address, where he'll celebrate his administration's successes and propose new policies.
The president is expected to discuss how Democrats and Republicans can work together despite a looming showdown over the debt ceiling and several GOP-led investigations into his administration and family.
When is the address: Biden will deliver his remarks at 9 p.m EST
How to watch: Major TV networks, including Fox News, MSNBC, CNN and PBS, will provide live coverage. The speech will be livestreamed by USA TODAY.
What else?: Biden is expected to touch on a wide range of other issues, including Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the Chinese surveillance balloon and federal spending.
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What else is going on in Washington?
Short dispatches from today's live blog for the political news enthusiast:
First lady's State of the Union guests: Brandon Tsay and the mother and stepfather of Tyre Nichols will attend as guests of Jill Biden during the speech.
House GOP investigations ramp up: House Republicans have begun a plethora of probes into Biden and his circle, including a look at Hunter Biden's art.
Embattled Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., will be bringing a former 9/11 volunteer firefighter as his guest to the State of the Union.
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