Anti-abortion activists from across the
will take to D.C.\’s streets for the 40th annual
March for Life Friday. Organizers say they hope
crowd will surpass the march\’s record of
400,000 demonstrators, and even the attendance
of 1 million people at the inauguration.
Thousands of people without tickets to the inauguration missed the whole thing, stuck behind police barricades on Independence Avenue during the ceremony without the ability to see or hear it. And police have no answer as to why they were stuck there.
U.S. Park Police continue looking for a missing
boy. A second child who had gone missing during the day\’s inaugural events has been reunited with her parents.
For those watching the
ceremonial swearing-in of President Barack Obama
Monday via video monitor near the Washington
experience was not so pleasant.
Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson, James Taylor and the
Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir all performed Monday.
A group of about 60 protesters bearing anarchist-
type pamphlets damaged businesses in downtown
D.C. — including a bank and a Hooters restaurant
— late Sunday and early Monday morning, D.C.
Watch live coverage of the presidential
Love was in the air at the National Wildlife
Federation\’s 2013 Green Inaugural Ball, and not
just for the environment.
The transit agency says as of 2 p.m. Sunday that there a few thousand of the cards left at the Metro Center sales office in downtown D.C., but there are long lines to pick up the cards.
President Barack Obama begins his second term
the White House next week. To reflect on his
four years, CBS White House Correspondent Mark
Knoller compiled a list of his first term by
Road closures and crowded Metro stations are
encouraging some inauguration participants to
commute to the weekend\’s festivities on two
Six inaugural balls. Three nights. WTOP Living
Editor Stephanie Steinberg is on a ball hopping
adventure. Follow her journey for inside look at
the 2013 inaugural ball scene.
A behind-the-scenes look at what inaugural
security is like from the water.
As tourists from throughout the globe descend on
D.C., pedicab drivers from all over the country
prepare for what will likely be the industry\’s
It\’s crunch time for crews preparing the physical space where President Barack Obama and the first lady will have their inaugural dance.