The 2013 State of the Union Address is Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST, when President Barack Obama will speak to Congress and the American public about his plans for the coming year, the challenges that face the country, and more.
The annual speech, which Obama will deliver live from the podium of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., is Obama's fifth State of the Union, and will be one of his most important as it comes at the beginning of his second term.
The State of the Union speech will stream on the White House's own YouTube channel. The speech will start at 9 p.m. EST, but live streaming starts at 7 p.m.
The White House's YouTube channel is also where to go if there's been something you have been meaning to ask the president, who will be answering the top voted questions on January 30 during a live interview from the West Wing that will be streamed on YouTube. More than 50,000 questions have been submitted.
A few lucky questioners will even be invited to join the president in a Google+ hangout that plans to host during the interview. The submission deadline is January 28 at midnight EST.
The White House will also be streaming an "enhanced version" of the State of the Union online and on its mobile app and website. The enhanced version will pair graphs, charts and statistics with Obama's live talking points.