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If you hope your Inauguration Day photographs will be more than snapshots of companions mugging at your smartphone, a Washington-based photojournalist suggests shooting the unexpected.
Monday's inauguration is expected to be both smaller and less expensive than President Obama's first swearing in four years ago.
Senate Sergeant at Arms Terry Gainer talks about the logistics that go into coordinating so many VIPs at the same time.
From the ceremonies to the celebrations, the presidential inauguration is a tradition that is highly scripted and precisely calculated. However, four years ago during President Barack Obama's first inauguration, something happened off-script.
Learning from the mistakes of inaugurations past, Inauguration Day committees are using the power of GPS and mobile apps to help guests and well- wishers get where they're going on time.
Estimates say as many as 800,000 people may be attending the inauguration, the swearing in and the parade on Jan. 21, which could result in long lines at the fare card machines.
Crowds coming to the D.C. area for the presidential inauguration ceremonies mean clogged airports and packed train stations.