GOP response to State of the Union: 'Forgive me for not believing much of anything'

Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) delivers the Republican rebuttal to President Biden's 2023 State of the Union address. "Forgive me for not believing much of anything I heard tonight from President Biden," Huckabee Sanders said. "From out of control inflation and violent crime, to the dangerous border crisis and threat from China. Biden and the Democrats have failed you. They know it, and you know it." More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

State of the Union will be 'soft launch' of Biden's reelection campaign, says White House reporter

President Biden's 2023 State of the Union address is expected to be a "soft launch" of his presumed 2024 reelection campaign, according to Washington Examiner White House correspondent Christian Datoc. "To my Republican friends, if we could work together in the last Congress, there is no reason we can’t work together in this new Congress," according to an excerpt from Biden's address. "The people sent us a clear message. Fighting for the sake of fighting, power for the sake of power, conflict for the sake of conflict, gets us nowhere. And that’s always been my vision for the country: to restore the soul of the nation, to rebuild the backbone of America: the middle class, to unite the country. We’ve been sent here to finish the job! President Biden's address is also expected to focus on the economy, COVID & bipartisanship. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

State of the Union: Previewing President Biden's 2023 address | LiveNOW from FOX

President Biden is expected to tout the progress made under his administration in his State of the Union address, specifically with regard to the economy and COVID. Pres. Biden is also expected to reference the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 and he's expected to call on his "Republican friends," calling for bipartisanship in the new Congress. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

Crowd cheers as Syrian children pulled from rubble

Multiple children were found alive and pulled from a pile of rubble in Bisnia, Syria, even as the country’s death toll from catastrophic earthquakes surpassed 7,000 on Tuesday. Footage captured by Karam Kellieh shows a large crowd cheering as authorities rescued several people, including children, from debris.