Follow Binyamin Netanyahu’s Congress speech live—for all political persuasions

Not pleased.
Not pleased.
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The Israeli prime minister starts talking to the US Congress at 10:45am US eastern time. One of the most long-awaited and controversial Congressional speeches of the last few years will also be one of the most predictable—Netanyahu will explain, as he has before, why there should be no nuclear deal with Iran—but lots of places are covering it with live updates. Here are some ways to follow it, depending on your political leaning:


(via House of Representatives speaker John Boehner’s YouTube account)

Also on C-Span.

Live blogs

You can expect relatively neutral coverage from CNN, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. For a more pro-Israel stance follow the Breitbart News Network live blog, and if you like your Netanyahu-watching laced with a little more criticism, follow the Guardian. Reddit is also doing a “live reddit” in partnership with Reportedly and Mashable.