In his inaugural address, President Obama noted the country's continuing economic struggles and said that America can't succeed when only a few at the top do well. The country's prosperity must rest on a rising middle class. Full Story
When it comes to celebrating the start of a president's term, God has played a role in nearly every inauguration since George Washington. Full Story
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A behind-the-scenes look at what inaugural security is like from the water.
While there was frenzy over renting homes and apartments before Obama's inauguration in 2009, realtors in the D.C. area say the interest has drastically died down.
Virginia Guard members assisting with Presidential inauguration
Death, weather, technology and religion: All have changed the course of presidential history on Inauguration Day.
Tensions over the place of religion in America play out in presidential inaugural
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Those monitoring the throngs of people heading to the National Mall Monday ask parents to take a some precautions before heading out for the day's events.
About 6,000 National Guard troops from across the country will descend upon Washington this weekend to provide traffic and crowd control during Monday's inauguration events.
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It's crunch time for crews preparing the physical space where President Barack Obama and the first lady will have their inaugural dance.
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The inaugural weekend includes several events that showcase local bands and music venues.
On Inauguration Day, security along the 1.2-mile stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue, between the White House and the U.S. Capitol, could present the greatest challenge to date for the Secret Service and its partners, say security experts.
In the run-up to President Barack Obama's second Inauguration Day, the president's security team worries most about the hands of people in the crowd and those typing hostile commands on computer keyboards and devices far from the National Mall.
Spectators at the inauguration will have to brave the cold, but will they also have to brave a lack of portable toilets?
Nearly 3,000 groups applied to perform in the 2013 presidential inaugural parade on Monday -- more than twice the number that applied to march in President Barack Obama's first inaugural parade. From that number, four local groups got a bid to march.
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