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How 3 Trump fans celebrated the inauguration

Voters from New York, Alabama, and Michigan write about their visit to Washington to witness history.

Concerned residents learn to be 'active bystanders'

A group of D.C.-area residents harnesses their "moral outrage" so they can step in and protect victims of harassment.

Trump ignored advisers on inaugural speech

The president offered a bleak portrayal of the nation despite suggestions to be unifying, a commentator says.

The all-new Trump White House web site

Just as Donald Trump was sworn in, the webpage and official Twitter account assumed a new look.

George H.W. Bush, wife still in hospital

The former president is having breathing problems due to pneumonia, and his wife, Barbara, is being treated for bronchitis.

Trump team changes White House website

The president vows to eliminate Obama climate rules and wage cyberwarfare, among a series of updates.

Surprising picture on Trump's POTUS Twitter

If the photo on Donald Trump's @POTUS account looks like it wasn't taken at his inauguration, it's because it wasn't.

'It's been the honor of my life to serve you'

Hours before Donald Trump is sworn in, President Obama takes to Twitter to bid a temporary farewell to the American people.

Facebook CEO in Hawaii land controversy

Mark Zuckerberg files a lawsuit to gain ownership of isolated pockets of land tucked away within his sprawling estate.

Museum for presidential losers adds Hillary

Hillary Clinton will make history on Friday, but probably not the kind she was hoping for.

A toast to Trump: 'Hope and change'

Struggling locals in an off-the-beaten-path town in New Mexico talk about Trump becoming their unlikely champion.

What to expect from Trump's inaugural address

Will he reach out to all Americans in his first speech as president? Or will he focus all the attention on himself?

Is Trump about to be tested by North Korea?

There are indications Pyongyang may be preparing for a missile test in the coming days or weeks, U.S. officials report.

How tiny Montana ski town became model of resistance

Whitefish, Mont., has tried to distance itself from a white nationalist who has been a big presence in its community for seven years.

Flint: Still no clean water after 1,000 days

Though the city's crisis has long since faded from national headlines, residents continue to feel the ramifications of a shortsighted cost-saving attempt.

Trump team: Cabinet is 'amazingly diverse'

Donald Trump's proposed Cabinet is composed mostly of white men, and it's the first since Ronald Reagan's not to include a Latino.

1 in 4 men have cancer-linked HPV infections

High-risk HPV can cause cancer in the mouth and upper throat, cervical cancer in women, and other cancers.

Trump backers in a blue section of the country

Connie and Kris Mayhew, who are hopeful for the future, broke with most of their New Mexico neighbors during the election.

George Bush stable, Barbara much improved

Former President George H.W. Bush remains in intensive care with pneumonia; his wife is being treated for bronchitis.

Trump pick Perry regrets infamous comment

Rick Perry, the president-elect's energy secretary nominee, tells a Senate committee he no longer wants to abolish the Energy Department.

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