Presidential Inauguration News
About Inauguration 2013
President Barack Obama will be sworn in to his second term as president on Monday, Jan.21, 2013, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The official swearing-in takes place one day earlier at the White House, but hundreds of thousands will gather on the mall and in front of the capital building to see the swearing-in and the start of the second term of the country's first black president. He will then head back to the White House and watch an inaugural parade in his honor. ABC News will offer live streaming coverage of the day's activities starting at 9 a.m. ET at http://abcn.ws/live.
The History of Presidential Inaugurations
Historian Jim Bendat discusses swearing-in of presidents through the years.
Anonymous Facebook activists tag street signs with cat ears
Some New Jersey officials are frustrated by an online campaign to tag street signs with cat ear stickers in the name of women's solidarity
ACLU sues over police actions in DC on Inauguration Day
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing over the actions of District of Columbia police on Inauguration Day
N. Korea, terrorism expected to feature at US-China dialogue
North Korea's missile and nuclear threats are expected to be among the issues discussed at the inaugural U.S.-China diplomatic and security dialogue being held in Washington this week
Trump Organization ended Qatar push 6 days after swearing in
A new financial disclosure form filed on behalf of President Trump has revealed that the Trump Organization dissolved subsidiaries created to pursue business opportunities in Qatar six days after he was inaugurated as America's 45th president
White House could take months to decide on invoking executive privilege
The White House could be months away from deciding whether President Donald Trump should invoke executive privilege to block Attorney General Jeff Sessions, or others, from telling lawmakers about private conversations with the commander-in-chief. That decision process is "in its infancy," one
AP names Julie Pace as its new Washington chief of bureau
The Associated Press is naming White House Correspondent Julie Pace as its new chief of bureau in Washington, directing the news cooperative's coverage of the presidency, politics and the U.S. government.
As Trump disputes Comey testimony, attorney navigates timeline confusion
President Donald Trump disputes that he ever asked for James Comey 's loyalty or requested that the ex-FBI director drop the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn, a source familiar with the president's thinking told ABC News. Trump's personal lawyer, Marc Kasowitz,
Amy Robach Biography
Amy Robach was named News Anchor for ABC’s “Good Morning America” in March 2014. Since joining ABC News, Robach has traveled nationally and internationally to cover major news events. She reported from Brussels on the terrorist bombings in Belgium, Orlando, Florida on the mass shooting at Pulse
Martha Raddatz's Biography
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