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 •  Populism comes to power
The cloak of the presidency isn't changing Donald Trump. Not one bit.
 
 •  More than 200 arrested at protests in Washington
Protesters and Washington police scuffled Thursday night outside a meeting of pro-Donald Trump conservatives, the first of several demonstrations aimed at disrupting the new administration's inaugural weekend.
 
 •  Trump salutes Hillary Clinton
During his remarks at the Inauguration Day luncheon, President Donald Trump said he was honored that former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton were in attendance.
 
 •  Trump family greets crowd at inaugural parade
During the Inauguration Day parade, President Donald Trump and his family exit their vehicle to greet the crowds lining the streets.
 
 •  Trump signs executive order on Obamacare
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday night "to ease the burden of Obamacare as we transition from repeal and replace," White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters.
 
 •  Senate confirms Trump's first two Cabinet members
The Senate confirmed President Donald Trump's first Cabinet member Friday, formally approving his defense secretary.
 
 •  James Mattis sworn in as defense secretary
Vice President Mike Pence swears in retired Gen. James Mattis as defense secretary.
 
 •  Dear Mr. President: We're going to fight back
President Donald J. Trump,
 
 •  Opinion: Why we'll help Mr. Trump put people of color first
In the days and weeks following the 2016 presidential election, a wave of racially motivated hate crimes and harassment swept the nation. Many of the perpetrators invoked the name of Donald Trump, suggesting that a new ethos had descended upon the United States.
 
 •  President Trump hit immediately with ethics complaint
 
 •  Moments from Pres. Trump's inaugural address
President Donald Trump delivers his inaugural address after being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
 
 •  What happened to Obama's White House website?
The moment that Donald Trump took the oath of office and became the 45th President, a transformation occurred -- online.
 
 •  David Axelrod: Obama's legacy can't be erased
The walls, just days earlier bedecked with portraits of President Obama at work, were covered with empty frames, awaiting a new leading man.
 
 •  The Obamas say goodbye to Washington
Gliding toward Joint Base Andrews in his military helicopter Friday, Barack Obama watched a dramatically altered Washington recede from view, the work of his presidency now over and the future of his accomplishments uncertain.
 
 •  Inaugural crowd sizes: Trump v. Obama
Here is the overhead shot of the National Mall during Trump's inauguration in 2017 and Obama's inauguration in 2013.
 
 •  Thousands of Skittles end up on an icy road. Here's why
This story starts out about Skittles but ends up being about cows.
 
 •  Italy avalanche: 7 survivors rescued from buried hotel
Rescuers have found six people alive under snow at the site of the avalanche that buried a hotel in central Italy, the local fire department said.
 
 •  Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge to move back to London
The Cambridges are on the move again.
 
 •  Anti-Trump demonstrators clash with DC police
Protesters took to the streets in Washington, DC, on President Donald Trump's Inauguration Day.
 
 •  All those headed to the women's march, raise your hand
The plane bound for DC was packed with women, mothers and daughters, aunts and nieces -- all headed to the Women's March on Washington, singleminded in their mission but spirited in mood.
 
 •  Trump DOJ asks for delay in Texas voter ID case
In one of the first signs of a potential policy shift at the Justice Department, a civil rights group that has been challenging Texas' controversial voter ID law received a courtesy call Friday afternoon that the department would seek to delay a hearing in the case scheduled for Monday.
 
 •  Tapper: Inaugural speech among the 'most radical' ever
CNN's Jake Tapper reacted to President Trump's inaugural speech Friday, saying it was among the most radical inaugural speeches in American history.
 
 •  What they wore on Inauguration Day
A look at some of the most talked about outfits on Inauguration Day, from Kellyanne Conway's patriotic coat to Melania Trump's Jackie O inspired dress
 
 •  George H.W. Bush stable; Barbara Bush improving
Former President George H. W. Bush has been extubated and is now breathing on his own "with minimal supplemental oxygen," Bush family spokesman Jim McGrath said in a statement Friday. Former first lady Barbara Bush also continues to improve, he added.
 
 •  Photos: Trump's inauguration
Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Friday, January 20.
 
 •  The Obamas greet the Trumps at White House
President Barack Obama greets President-elect Donald Trump at the White House.
 
 •  Under fire, imam defends role at Trump inaugural service
For years, Imam Mohamed Magid has been a familiar face at interfaith and government events in Washington.
 
 •  Viral selfie app under fire for sneaky data collection
 
 •  Bad weather delays Obamas arrival in Palm Springs
Barack Obama's got nothing but time these days -- but he probably didn't plan to spent it in an indefinite holding pattern.
 
 •  Trump stakes out inward, protectionist vision for America
President Donald Trump, in his first address as the 45th US president, struck a protectionist, isolationist chord as he vowed to upend the way America relates to and does business with the rest of the world.
 
 •  Ivanka Trump: I'm not first lady
Ivanka Trump says it's "inappropriate" to suggest she will be acting as the first lady after her father is inaugurated.
 
 •  ISIS reportedly destroys facade of Roman theater
ISIS fighters have destroyed part of a Roman amphitheater in the ancient city of Palmyra, according to Syrian state news.
 
 •  Inaugural address: Trump's full speech
As prepared for delivery
 
 •  Here's how much Obama's pension is worth
 
 •  Obama last strike kills over 100 al Qaeda in Syria
In President Barack Obama's last major military attack against al Qaeda, more than 100 members of the group were killed in a US airstrike in western Syria on Thursday, according to a defense official.
 
 •  Joe Biden takes the Amtrak home
On board the Acela with former Vice President Joe Biden immediately after the inauguration. He took his signature mode of transportation home to Delaware.
 
 •  President Trump signs first bill into law
President Donald Trump signed his first bill into law Friday, moments after being sworn in, clearing the way for his defense secretary to be confirmed.
 
 •  Extradited 'El Chapo' Guzman arrives in US
Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been extradited to the United States, according to a statement by the Mexican Foreign Ministry. His hearing is set for Friday.
 
 •  Sen. Chuck Schumer delivers remarks at Trump inauguration ceremony
Incoming Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-New York, delivered remarks during the inauguration ceremony, just moments before Donald Trump was sworn in as president. Schumer spoke in his capacity as ranking member of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies. Here is the full transcript of his comments:
 
 •  Clinton ally taps Clinton critic to lead 'Breitbart of the left'
 
 •  The 1st Trump White House Petition is in: Release tax returns
The first petition on the White House's page for citizens to petition has its first entry mere hours after President Donald Trump was sworn in. And it's a request for him "immediately" release his full tax returns.
 
 •  The world reacts as Donald Trump takes power
On the streets, in small gatherings and in the halls of government, people around the globe weighed in on US President Donald Trump's inauguration Friday, anticipating how the real estate tycoon's policies may play out on the world stage. Here is some of the reaction -- including opposition, support and even indifference:
 
 •  Trump: I'm just the messenger
President-elect Donald Trump delivers remarks at the inaugural welcome concert in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington.
 
 •  Trump, China, Europe: Why 2017 is impossible to predict
Even high in the Swiss Alps, the air is thick with uncertainty.
 
 •  Melania Trump channels Jackie Kennedy in dress
Melania Trump stepped out in a powder blue Ralph Lauren suit that harkened back to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' iconic style.
 
 •  'House of Cards' releases new teaser on Inauguration Day
 
 •  Pope Francis sends best wishes to President Trump
Pope Francis congratulated President Trump on his inauguration in a letter.
 
 •  Trump's inauguration security, by the numbers
Hundreds of thousands of people will be in Washington for Trump's Inauguration on January 20, 2017. Security around the events is expected to cost over $100 million.
 
 •  Inauguration begins with King Solomon's prayer
The presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump started on a spiritual note, with Timothy Michael Dolan, Catholic cardinal and archbishop of New York, reciting King Solomon's prayer from the Book of Wisdom:
 
 •  Obama's post-inauguration remarks: Full text
Former President Barack Obama bid farewell to members of his staff Friday at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland before departing with his family for a vacation in California:
 
 •  Obama tweets final message from White House
President Barack Obama tweeted the American people in his final hours as head of state promising to continue his work with them, and unveiling a new website.
 
 •  Opinion: An inaugural poem of protest
'Exile and Lightning'
 
 •  Voight on Trump: God answered our prayers
The actor Jon Voight spoke during President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration concert, saying "God answered our prayers."
 
 •  Trump hints at day 1 executive orders
Trump has promised to sign executive orders on Obamacare
 
 •  Schumer: 'This Cabinet selection has been a disaster'
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer slammed Donald Trump's Cabinet picks the morning of the next president's inauguration, saying it is too soon to know if all of the nominees will be confirmed.
 
 •  Outgoing administration raises alarm bells on Trump readiness
Some members in the federal workforce are voicing concerns about the incoming Trump administration's readiness to assume control of the federal bureaucracy on Friday, citing unread transition memos, vacant administration posts and a host of appointees with scant government experience.
 
 •  The Oath: 35 words, four views
Whether you know them by heart or have never heard them at all, the 35 words that Donald Trump will speak to become our president will, in some way, impact your next four years. On the occasion of CNN's mini-documentary, "The Oath," CNN Opinion asked scholars and writers to weigh in on how history and happenstance have shaped the president's oath of office.
 
 •  Celebs share their Inauguration Day thoughts
It's no surprise or secret that many in Hollywood are less than happy about Donald Trump becoming president of the United States.
 
 •  Photos: Presidential inaugurations past and present
From George Washington to Barack Obama, here's a look at every US president's first inauguration.
 
 •  Can Trump talk to the world like he's talked to America?
For some it was never more than a tryst, a brief tango of convenience -- but for most, their love affair with America grew before they really knew it.
 
 •  Man accused of shooting cop curses at judge
Markeith Loyd, who has been accused of killing Orlando police officer Debra Clayton, cursed at a judge during a court appearance.
 
 •  Jamie Dimon gets $1 million raise
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon got a $1 million raise last year.
 
 •  Judge denies bond for suspect on Orlando police shooting
The man accused of killing an Orlando police officer made his first court appearance on those charges Friday, repeatedly interrupting the judge who ordered him held without bond.
 
 •  Survivors rescued after Italy avalanche
Two people have been rescued and four others found alive after an avalanche hit a hotel in the Gran Sasso Mountain in central Italy.
 
 •  3 dead as car plows into crowd
A baby being pushed in a pram was among three people killed when a driver repeatedly ran over pedestrians in a busy street in central Melbourne.
 
 •  Conway: Hearings attempt to humiliate
When Kellyanne Conway arrived at the inaugural eve dinner she told reporters she was worried about some of the confirmation hearings for the cabinet members Donald Trump nominated, calling it "an attempt to humiliate" some of the nominees.
 
 •  GMO apples that never brown could hit stores soon
For a select few apple lovers in the US, a Golden Delicious slice will no longer turn brown as the first genetically modified apples are expected to go on sale early next month.
 
 •  Germany is latest to OK medical marijuana
An act to legalize the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes was passed by German parliamentarians. They voted unanimously in favor of the new bill, first approved by the country's cabinet in May 2016.
 
 •  'NCIS: Los Angeles' actor Miguel Ferrer dies
Miguel Ferrer, a familiar face on the big and small screens, died Thursday following a battle with throat cancer, according to a statement from his current employer CBS. He was 61.
 
 •  Limbo display at airport drops jaws
World record holder Shemika Charles delivered a stunning limbo display while she was waiting for her flight in Philadelphia.
 
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