Chris P. Bacon
This week, the Internet became obsessed with a tiny piglet in a wheelchair, as well as Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) taking a sip from a miniature water bottle during his response to President Obama's State of the Union Address. In celebrity news, Zach Galifianakis interviewed Oscar hopefuls, and X Factor winner Tate Stevens debuted his first single during the Grammy Awards. And a little boy tried to tell his mother he hadn't been snacking when all evidence pointed to the contrary. Check out those clips and more in our Top Videos of the Week:
President Barack Obama's State of the Union address wasn't a big draw Tuesday with coverage down across the board.
President Obama calls for economic, education reform and new gun laws in State of the Union
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Joe Biden, Barack Obama, John Boehner
For his first State of the Union address of his second term in office, President Barack Obama praised the progress made in areas such as the economy and related to the war abroad, but emphasized there is still a long way to go.
"The state of our union is stronger," he said, noting the rebounding stock market, the six million new jobs and the 34,000 American troops expected to return home by the end of next year at which time "our war in Afghanistan will be over."
Although the country is more than halfway towards reducing the national deficit, the question is "how do we finish the job," the President said. His answers included making America a magnet for new jobs and manufacturing by starting projects to fix infrastructure like bridges — programs that would create new jobs, and entice major companies to set up shop in America.
White House releases photo of President Obama shooting a gun
In order to encourage spending, the President also proposed...
President Barack Obama
President Obama will deliver the first State of the Union Address of his second term Tuesday night. The speech will focus on the economy and will stress the need for both parties to work together to solve the economic crisis, according to press secretary Jay Carney. The president will also tackle the hot topics of gun control and immigration, as well as education policy.
After suffering a concussion and battling chickenpox, Barbara Walters hopes to return to The View in three weeks.
Photos: Out and proud celebrities
Walters, 83, phoned into the ABC daytime show from...
Donald J. Trump, Bill Maher
Donald Trump said Monday that he plans to sue Bill Maher to the tune of $5 million for a joke the comedian made at Trump's expense during a January appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
President Barack Obama
After facing doubts regarding President Barack Obama's firearms experience, the White House has released a photo of the POTUS in the act.
House of Cards
"I have no patience for useless things." The Machiavellian politician making this pronouncement, in the sinister opening scene of Netflix's instantly gripping shot-across-the-bow miniseries House of Cards, is Francis Underwood (a perfectly reptilian Kevin Spacey). On the surface, he's a team player, a powerful House of Representatives leader in the cynical snake pit of Washington, D.C. The conceit of House of Cards, as it was in the brilliant Emmy-winning 1990 British classic this is based on (first seen in the U.S. on Masterpiece Theater), takes us behind Underwood's mask to reveal the manipulative monster within, a voracious tyrant who doesn't suffer fools gladly and takes no prisoners in his predatory pursuit of power.
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared on 60 Minutes Sunday night to discuss Clinton's impending departure from the administration and the unlikely partnership the two forged after a contentious primary campaign in 2008.
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will do their first joint interview for 60 Minutes. Steve Kroft will talk to Obama and Clinton at the White House Friday for the hour-long segment to be broadcast on ...