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I am sitting here in section 12, orange ticket. It would be an understatement to say that the atmosphere is jubulliant. As the Marine band play Sousa and other marches, the crowd here just below the…
The grandeur of Tuesday's ceremony -- the huge, buoyant, seemingly well-behaved crowd -- perfectly conveyed what MSNBC's Keith Olbermann described as a "cold, hopeful morning."Click here to read…
Barack Obama takes his place as the 44th President of the United States. He offers words of hope to those who have gathered to cheer him on.
All eyes are on D.C. today, as Barack Obama's inauguration culminates a four-day spree of pop-culture and politics.
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One person who spoke to the hundreds of thousands at the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday was the Rev. Gene Robinson, the openly gay Episcopal bishop whose ordination created a rift in his church…
One person who spoke to the hundreds of thousands at the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday was the Rev. Gene Robinson, the openly gay Episcopal Bishop whose ordination created a rift in his church.