Welcome to CNN Student news, I'm Carl Auz.
It's Thursday, but the political world is still buzzing about President Obama's state of union adress.
His speeches can give an idea of what issues the president wants to focus on.
Tuesday night he talked lot about the economy, specifically creating jobs for the American middle class.
It's something that Senator Markle Ruveo discussed in the public response ,too.
Why is there so much attention on it?
In 2009, when it took off in the first time,about 130 million Americans were employed.
And that number was already dropping dramatically when it came out to Bush years.
And it kept dropping until February of 2010 when it hitted its lowest point.
Then we began this long, slow, grind backup to our day.
Right now, we have 1.2 million more jobs than we did in President Obama first took office.
That's not nearly as robust as people would like to see.
And more importantly, think about this, the jobs we lost over here simply more as good as the job we gained back over here.
Let me explain what I'm talking about.
Read presume university to study, they taught people who'd lost jobs and regained other jobs.
They found that 22% of those people said they had now pay about the same as the job they lost before.
Beyond that, another 24% said they have being paid more than they were before.
But now look at this, cause it's the big one, more than half the people say their new job pays less than their old job.
These are the people who really are struggling out of there,they are working as hardest as they can, and they just cannot move their head in the way perform.
Next story today, remember that massive blizzard that hit the Northeastern America last weekend?
Look at this video from Kentucky kid and watch how much snow is buiding up around this clock post.
This is just one night, some part of the state got up to 3 feet of snow.
In the city of Waterbury, all the school have been closed since the blizzard hit.
You might think that sounds alright.
But when the city asked for help shuttling the snow, a lot of students showed up to pitch in.
"Because this is our community, everybody needs to help out and, with all of our family."
"You've got teachers here, you've got adults here, as you can see, you've got a bunch of students here.
So you know,this is , you know, I'm a amazing for turn out, to be honest."
"I gave it sting in the house through at 43 without school, so just don't want to see it comes out threat to my children's schools."
The room buzzed with excitement.
I'm sorry; the correct response is B.
Her opening words were dramatic.
She was almost 90, but still very robust.
The blizzard blotted out the sky and the land.