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The nation's capital was bracing for more protests Friday evening after President Donald Trump's Inauguration Day was marred by noisy demonstrations, shoving matches and sporadic clashes with cops that resulted in nearly 100 arrests.
As Trump's inaugural ceremonies got underway in the nation's capital, demonstrators took to DC's streets in protest.
Just hours after Donald Trump was sworn in as president, the Senate confirmed retired Gen. James Mattis to run the Pentagon as defense secretary.
It's legally possible, though Trump's spokesman says firmly that the new president has no intention of impeding the Russia hack probe.
"As you looked into his eyes you could see the surprise, you could see the shock, and ...you could actually see the fear," a federal agent said.
Police used pepper spray to disperse hundreds of protesters gathered outside a pro-Trump dinner billed as 'DeploraBall' on the eve of his swearing-in.
Barack Obama, who will continue to live in Washington, is leaving town with his family after the inauguration for a vacation in Palm Springs, Californ
The new president said his inauguration marks a moment when "the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer."
The Trump administration is in place and one of his first targets is promised to be Obamacare, his predecessor's signature policy.
'Thanks Obama,' which began at nearly the beginning of his presidency as a snarky rebuke from conservatives has evolved into a progressive rally cry.
Chief Justice John Roberts delivers the oath of office to Donald Trump for President of the United States.
Up to 30 people, including some children, were initially reported missing after the Hotel Rigopiano was buried under 16 feet of snow.
President Obama was still working on his last full day as president but the photos of him and the First Family were already gone from the West Wing.
Miguel Ferrer, the 'NCIS: Los Angeles' actor, died Thursday of throat cancer. The son of actor José Ferrer, he was 61.
Hopeful parents named their sons for the first Black president, whose name is a variation of the Hebrew name Baruch, which means "blessed" in English.
As a candidate, he pledged to run insurgents out of Afghanistan. But to the dismay of millions of Afghans, the war has not been won or even finished.
President Obama is being replaced by his polar opposite in many ways and that's the kind of change America has voted for in recent decades.
Is the president-elect, still days away from his swearing-in ceremony, actually behind what might appear to be a jobs bonanza?
When President-elect Donald Trump replaces Barack Obama on Friday, the Democratic Party will find itself more removed from power than at almost any point since the party's creation. The Democratic coalition — young, multiethnic, educated and urban — proved to have major demographic and geographic handicaps that have been hollowing out the party for years. NBC News takes an in-depth look at how the party transformed radically in recent decades and what it needs to do to win again.
From immigration to women's rights, Dear Mr. President gives Americans a chance to tell President Trump about themselves and their expectations.
Obama leaves behind a mixed legacy on immigration — hope for young immigrants tinged by political impasse and the shadow of deportations.
President Obama discusses the limits of presidential power and his efforts to push forward gun safety legislation.