Presidential Inauguration Videos
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.
The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI Issue a Joint Alert to Local Authorities
New York City police are on high alert as thousands head to the city for the Thanksgiving Day parade.
Donald Trump Builds White House Transition Team
ABC News' Cokie Roberts and political analyst Matthew Dowd on how the Trump team will transition to power.
The Powerful Stories Inside D.C's African American Museum
ABC's Serena Marshall takes an inside look into Washington D.C's new museum dedicated to black history.
Trump's Newest Hotel Opens in Washington, D.C.
Donald Trump spent $200 million transforming the Old Post Office on Pennsylvania Avenue into a luxury hotel that opened on Monday!
Legendary Boxer Muhammad Ali Has Died at Age 74
A closer look at the early rise of the beloved iconic three-time boxing champion.
In 'Lip Sync Battle,' Celebrities Go Head-to-Head
Hosts LL Cool J and supermodel Chrissy Teigen talk about new star-studded competitive reality show.
The World Reacts to Maya Angelou's Death
Thousands celebrated the icon on social media by sharing her last poetic tweet.
Nation Remembers Poet Maya Angelou
Angelou who won the Pulitzer Prize and two presidential medals died at the age of 86.
Maya Angelou, Acclaimed Writer and Poet, Dies at 86
ABC News' Susan Saulny looks back at her interview the woman who some call "the voice of a generation."