Obama, on Tuesday, is announcing a new climate change plan for the United States. Many expect restrictions on coal and green house gas emissions to be at the forefront of the plan. Will he address the Keystone XL pipeline? What new major initiatives can we expect?
The speech does come at an interesting time in D.C. Obama is embroiled in controversy around NSA spying and Edward Snowden, continuing fallout over the IRS "scandal," and comprehensive immigration reform that is stuck in the House.
Will Obama's speech today spark a new storyline in the news cycle? Will it spark a new era in American energy? We'll see.