Podcast: Can The Trump Show Win Over a New Audience?
Political Theater, Episode 4

President Donald Trump speaks during the joint session of Congress to deliver his State of the Union Address in the Capitol on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

As President Donald Trump starts his second year in office, he will need Democrats to secure meaningful legislative accomplishments. His first official State of the Union address was a prime-time, nationally televised opportunity to reach across the aisle.

Ben Terris, national political reporter at The Washington Post, discusses with Roll Call whether Trump was able to use his State of the Union to build congressional coalitions, and whether the speech will help or hurt the legislative agenda.

Report: Bayh Often Listed Residence in D.C., Not Indiana
GOP opponent Young has portrayed Bayh as out of touch with home state

Former Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh, left, announced in July that he would run for Senate. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Former Indiana Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh frequently listed his primary residence in the nation's capital and not at his home state, according to a CNN report.

A review of public documents regarding Bayh's residence after he left the Senate in 2011 and worked for a Washington law firm that has engaged in lobbying showed that Bayh often listed his two homes in D.C. as his primary residence, though he also owns a condominium in Indiana.