State of the Union: The Soldier Who Stole the Show

The most memorable moment of President Obama’s State of the Union Address was when he introduced Sgt. First Class Cory Remsburg to the country. The 30-year-old Army Ranger was nearly killed in a roadside bomb during one of his 10 deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. We hear about Remsburg’s life and how it intersected with the president’s several times.



  • Jackie Calmes - Washington, D.C.-based opinion columnist with the LA Times