Everything to know about Donald Trump’s inauguration

The Brief January 20, 2017
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Everything to Know About Donald Trump's Inauguration
Donald Trump will be inaugurated as president of the United States, but that's far from the only event happening to mark the country's transition of power

Inside the Final Hours of the Obama White House
The first aides to President Obama began departing shortly after the New Year, with steady numbers departing each day. As the hours waned on the Obama Administration, all but a few handfuls of aides left the White House for the last time Thursday.

Donald Trump Faces His First Test as President: an Inaugural Address
Nobody knows how Donald Trump, who on Friday at noon becomes the 45th U.S. President, intends to make use of his moment in history. But there is little to suggest that he will heed the road map sketched by past Presidents

What Really Happened to Your Taxes While Obama Was President
Claims that Obama dramatically raised taxes—as was frequently charged by his opponents—were exaggerations designed to rile up the Republican base

Evangelical Leaders Celebrated the Day Before Trump's Inauguration
Exactly 24 hours before Donald Trump takes the oath of office on Friday, dozens of conservative evangelical pastors led a prayer service to celebrate his inauguration at Washington's Greater New Hope Baptist Church. Here's what they said

From Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama: 16 Stunning Inaugural Gowns
Throughout modern U.S. history, inaugural balls have given First Ladies a high-profile chance to officially introduce themselves and their values to the American people

How President Trump Could Actually Fix America's Finances
MONEY has a few suggestions.

Ann Patchett: Barack Obama, Our President of Love
'How we see the world depends on our outlook. Barack Obama has given the American people his example'

Jeb Bush and Dennis Ross: Donald Trump Should Isolate Iran Immediately
In the year since the nuclear deal, Iran's destabilizing presence has grown

What to Know About the First Lawmakers to Boycott a Presidential Inauguration
Lawmakers boycotting Donald Trump's inauguration will not be the first to do so. The honor—or infamy—of being the first to be formally boycotted by legislators goes instead to Richard Nixon's second inauguration, in 1973.

John Kasich: The GOP Must Properly Fix Obamacare
'Rather than shoving a bad law through Congress on party-line votes, Republicans can, and must, do better'

How to Make Your Life More Meaningful This Year
'Tell a story that moves you forward'


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