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President Obama used his next-to-last State of the Union address Tuesday night to make a turn toward securing his legacy.
But how accurate were his assertions? ABC News analyzed Obama's statements on the economy, education and taxes.
2. Passengers Stabbed in Tel Aviv Bus Attack
At least nine people were wounded in a stabbing attack on a bus in Tel Aviv Wednesday, authorities told ABC News.
The New England Patriots had 11 of their 12 allotted game footballs during Sunday’s AFC Championship game under-inflated, ESPN reports, citing league sources. The NFL's spokesman declined to address the report.
“We are not commenting at this time,” said Greg Aiello, the NFL’s senior vice president of communications.
According to ESPN’s report, the footballs used by the Patriots were reportedly under-inflated by two pounds per square inch. Footballs, which are weighed before the game, must be inflated to no less than 12.5 pounds per square inch.
4. 'American Sniper': What Happened in Real Life After the Movie Fades to Black
The record-breaking film "American Sniper" tells the story of soldier Chris Kyle's life, and while the movie was based on his autobiography, the ending changed after the production of the film had already started.
The film focuses largely on Kyle's four tours of duty and how his long list of targeted kills earned him the title of the deadliest sniper in U.S. military history.
5. What It's Like for 86-Year Old Woman Living Aboard Luxury Cruise Ship
Lee Wachtstetter, known as "Mama Lee" aboard the Crystal Serenity ship, became a permanent resident of the seas after her husband died.
"The day before my husband died of cancer in 1997, he told me, 'Don't stop cruising.' So here I am today living a stress-free, fairy-tale life," the former registered nurse told The Asbury Park Press.