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
John Solomon, president and executive editor, Washington Guardian
D.C. voting rights advocates are taking their plea for representation in Congress to a higher power: the presidential limo.
Are you heading to this year's Inauguration? There are new plans in place to help deal with crowds.
Presidential Inaugural Committee begins recruiting volunteers in DC for Obama inaugural
Schumer: More staff, signs and metal detectors to prevent crowd problems like 2009 inaugural
Inaugural officials are planning more staff, signs and metal detectors to prevent the pedestrian jams that clogged the National Mall last time President Barack Obama was sworn in.
Groups from across the country selected to participate in Obama's inaugural parade
2 Md. groups, 1 from DC to march in Inaugural Parade
Spouses of those serving in the armed forces, military and civilian colleges, gay musicians and President Barack Obama's hometown will all be represented in next month's inaugural parade.
Oh the pomp, oh the price tag: Inauguration runs big tab, but smaller 1 expected this time
The pomp surrounding the inauguration of the president of the United States can carry a hefty price tag, from the glitzy galas to all those inaugural balls.
Military and security planners for President Obama's second inaugural ceremony are apparently determined that there will be no repeat of what happened at the president's first inaugural when thousands of people were trapped in the Third Street tunnel.
President Barack Obama is poised to match Franklin Roosevelt's record of being sworn in as the nation's leader four times.
Metro hopes to ease traffic and commuter headaches for the upcoming Jan. 21 presidential inauguration and has updated its ceremony day plans to address long waits and gridlock that plagued its train stations four years ago.
Anyone looking to get a hotel room in Washington, D.C. for inauguration weekend should get used to hearing two words: sold out.
Taxi rides in the District could be more expensive on inauguration weekend. The D.C. Taxi Cab Commission is considering a surcharge for extra passengers, similar to the added fee during the Nationals playoff games that was rescinded at the request of the Mayor.
Voters elected Barack Obama to another four-year term Tuesday. Twenty-four hours later and the inauguration stage is already under construction at the Capitol.
The Newseum, which is located on the Pennsylvania Avenue parade route in Washington, plans to offer a special package for viewing the next presidential inauguration.
Metro General Manager Richard Sarles says the transit agency will use lessons learned four years ago to prevent long lines at the stations and parking lots.
Congress has launched a website and Facebook page as it prepares for the 57th presidential inauguration to take place on the west side of the Capitol on Jan. 21.