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
President Barack Obama is putting a symbolic twist on a time-honored tradition, taking the oath of office for his second term with his hand placed not on a single Bible but on two _ one owned by Martin Luther King Jr. and one by Abraham Lincoln.
George Washington's Mount Vernon estate in Virginia displays items from 1st inauguration
Beyonce, Clarkson, Taylor to perform at Obama inauguration; Latino picked as inaugural poet
Brazil leads international support for Venezuela's Chavez as his inauguration is postponed
Obama inauguration planners solicit record donations up to $1 million to fund festivities
Eva Longoria to host Latino inaugural celebration for Obama featuring top entertainers
Medgar Evers' widow, Myrlie Evers-Williams, to deliver invocation at Obama inauguration
The widow of slain civil rights activist Medgar Evers will deliver the invocation at President Barack Obama's second inauguration on Jan. 21.
Sideline events at inauguration come with heavy price tag, invaluable access for advocates
Venezuela government: Hugo Chavez 'stable' and receiving treatment in Cuba
Low-cost inaugural ball tickets set for sale Monday sell out in advance in Ticketmaster error
Second swearing-in for Obama seems to be shaping up as not as thrilling as his historic first
Ticketmaster released the email that let people buy tickets to the balls a day early.
National Mall to have more temporary cellphone towers for 2nd Obama inauguration
DC foodies to unite for Chefs Ball hosted by Chef Art Smith ahead of Obama inauguration
Chief Justice Roberts to administer oath to Obama, Justice Sotomayor to swear in Biden
Changing times: Culture people once hid being celebrated with float in inaugural parade
George Washington University urges those who will attend the Jan. 21 inauguration ceremony to plan ahead to prevent cold weather-related health problems.
Presidential Inaugural Committee selling commemorative poster, other souvenirs for swearing in
Washington expecting 600,000 to 800,000 for Obama's 2nd inauguration