The presidential front-runners look to sharpen their strategies for New Hampshire. President Bush's State of the Union address ratchets up the campaign heat. Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean becomes fodder for pundits and comedians. And planned elections in Haiti draw the ire of opposition groups. NPR's Tony Cox takes on the week's top headlines with Terry Neal, chief political correspondent for WashingtonPost.com, and reporter Majorie Valbrun, who has covered immigration and foreign affairs for The Wall Street Journal.