Last night, millions of Americans watched President Obama deliver the State of the Union, where he shared his plan for making sure that all hardworking Americans have the opportunity to succeed. Because as the President said last night, "It is you, our citizens, who make the state of our union strong."
It was a powerful speech -- an honest assessment of where we are as a country, and a roadmap for the year ahead. But if you missed it, it's not too late. And if you'e got questions about the speech, today dozens of Administration officials are taking to social media to answer them.
Have a question about last night's address? Ask today during Big Block of Cheese Day -- our virtual Q&A named for Andrew Jackson's 1837 open house, which featured a 1,400-lb. block of cheese. You can join in on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Vine, and Tumblr.
Want all the facts? During the State of the Union, we hand out a "pocket card" to Members of Congress so they can get all the facts in one quick, easy to read place. This year we're sharing it with you, too.