As I sort through today's headlines looking for little news nuggets to tempt Rachel, I'll share a few standouts with you. Check back throughout the morning for updates.
Today's State of the Union speech leak has to do with a tax break for small businesses. I guess I can't really call it a leak, because there's a big, fat Op-Ed in today's New York Times about how it's going to work.
Another leak: Senator Carl Levin says President Obama will address the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" rule in the State of the Union.
And here's the New York Times picking up on the story we've been on for weeks: the infighting among Tea Partiers over the National Tea Party convention.
So far, my favorite Haiti story of the day, about a group of ambitious architects and engineers who want to rebuild Haiti: "And so the people who plan and build are starting to dream. They look to the way Japan and Germany were reborn out of the rubble of World War II and think: Why not Haiti?"