01/17/2013 1:05amProposals for curbing gun violence announced Wednesday by President Barack Obama:
01/17/2013 8:32amA senator in charge of President Barack Obama's swearing-in ceremony said eBay and Craigslist have agreed to stop scalpers from selling inauguration tickets.
01/17/2013 9:23amBefore President Barack Obama can march from his swearing-in at the U.S. Capitol to the White House, D.C. transportation crews will have to remove the traffic light at 4th Street and Pennsylvania Ave.
01/17/2013 11:01amPresident Barack Obama's sweeping gun-control package faces an uncertain future on Capitol Hill, where majority House Republicans are rejecting his proposals while the president's allies in the Democratic-controlled Senate are stopping well short of pledging immediate action.
01/17/2013 11:42amTrying to find Michelle Obama on Twitter? Try tweeting her at (at)FLOTUS, which is Washington shorthand for "first lady of the United States."
01/17/2013 11:44amPresident Barack Obama is featuring eight Americans as "citizen co-chairs" of his inauguration, a new role created to highlight his first-term accomplishments with examples of lives that have either been improved by his actions or inspired his presidency.
01/17/2013 12:14pmDespite a relentless workload ahead, President Barack Obama is lighter on his feet in one sense as he opens his second term. Gone are the hundreds of promises of the past. He's toting carry-ons instead of heavy cargo this time.
01/17/2013 1:26pmVice President Joe Biden said the nation could not wait any longer to respond to gun violence, telling mayors on Thursday that the White House would "take this fight to the halls of Congress."
01/17/2013 4:15pmPresident Barack Obama is wading into a sensitive issue with close ally Britain, making clear to Prime Minister David Cameron that the U.S. hopes Britain will stay in the European Union.
01/17/2013 5:20pmThere's something a little different these days about Michelle Obama: bangs in her hair.
01/17/2013 7:24pmThe Obama administration appeared to be in the dark Thursday about a hostage situation at a natural gas plant in Algeria, where Algerian forces launched a military assault to free dozens of foreign hostages, including an unknown number of Americans, held by Islamist militants.
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