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SOTU Media Coverage 2014: Front Pages and Home Pages

By Abbey Brandon

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Was the media coverage from the President Obama’s State of the Union address partisan? Below is a round-up of the front pages and home pages of popular news outlets. Take a look at the headlines and share your opinions, common themes and reactions in the comments. Did we miss a great article? Please share it with us.

Front Pages

The Washington Post | Obama: I won’t stand still

The New York Times | Executive Order May Be Only Option, but It Comes With Limits

The Wall Street Journal | Obama Seeks To Jump-Start Stalled Plans

USA TODAY | ‘Make this a year of action’

Los Angeles Times | America does not stand still

Financial Times | Obama seeks to revive presidency with State of the Union minimum wage vow

National Journal Daily | Obama Won’t ‘Stand Still’ and Wait for Congress

POLITICO | Obama to Congress: If You Won’t, I Will

Roll Call | Obama ‘Eager’ to Work With Congress, Ready to Act Alone

The Hill | Obama flexes exec power in big speech

Home Pages

Associated Press | Republicans say Obama can’t do much without them

Bloomberg Businessweek | A State of the Union at Standstill, with Familiar Lines

CBS News | Were Obama’s State of the Union proposals too modest?

CNN Politics | Obama hits the road to push State of the Union message

Fox News Politics | Obama Vows to act ‘with or without Congress,’ takes proposal on the road

The Huffington Post | Year of Action

MSNBC | Obama’s missed opportunity

PBS Newshour | Obama vows to flex his presidential powers

NPR | Obama Showed A Deft Hand With Speech, Why No With Congress?

Reuters | After setbacks, Obama seeks to regain momentum

TIME | Obama Takes State of the Union Message on the Road

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