POLITICO's Chief Political Correspondent Glenn Thrush sits down Rep. Paul Ryan to discuss growing up in Wisconsin, his love of Metallica and being Mitt Romney's running mate in 2012. The Ways and Means chairman also offers some advice to Hillary Clinton and shares what he thinks President Obama gets wrong.
POLITICO LIVE's special coverage of State of the Union 2015 hosted by Glenn Thrush with Carrie Budoff Brown and Josh Gerstein: How the tone of the address reveals President Obama's newly energized, offensive attitude.
POLITICO's Jake Sherman on how close the Senate race in Colorado between incumbent Mark Udall and Cory Gardner. Sponsored by Comcast. Produced by Michael Schwab
POLITICO's Manu Raju on how close the Senate race in Kentucky between incumbent Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes. Sponsored by Comcast. http://www.politico.com/driving-the-day/
Sen. Rand Paul tells POLITICO's Mike Allen that the Republican presidential candidate in 2016 could capture one-third or more of the African-American vote by pushing criminal-justice reform, school choice and economic empowerment.
POLITICO's James Hohmann and Manu Raju on how Alaska's Senate race will be a lot closer than most think. Sponsored by Comcast. Produced by Michael Schwab
The day after primaries, Alex Burns and Manu Raju on the likelihood Scott Brown will run for Senate in New Hampshire. Driving the Day is sponsored by Comcast. Produced by Michael Schwab.