Newsweek and the Daily Beast were lucky to be in the presidential reporting pool the night President Obama delivered his third State of the Union address to Congress. And what happens when the president gives a big speech? Washington dresses for the occasion. Limousines are shined, suits are pressed, security is out and the streets are closed for the presidents journey from the White House to Capitol Hill. The city's throngs of political reporters, meanwhile, salivate for advanced copies of the president's remarks. A look at Washington's most official night.