The White House will post PowerPoint bonus material to accompany the address, John Boehner's staff will live blog the speech, and both parties speak directly with Americans via social media. Here's how to follow all the interactivity.
We’ve got a neat interactive infographic here just in time for the midterm elections. It takes a peek at what issues Americans are wringing their hands over, and how their concerns have changed since the start of the decade.
We tested 8 campaign ads from 4 key election contests with more than 500 voters using technology to capture their moment-by-moment reactions. The ads were all about positions on the jobs and the economy, and the results were surprising.
Media coverage of the midterm elections has painted a picture of two parties, irreconcilable in nearly all respects. But are they? We selected a handful of Democratic and Republican campaign ads from across the country, and tested them for the second-to-second, gut reactions of 560 American voters.