Washington PostDonald Trump is sworn in as president, vows to end 'American carnage'Washington PostDonald John Trump was sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States, taking office on a day that has featured smaller crowds and more subdued ceremony than previous inaugurations — but still ushers in a transformative shift in the country ...Donald Trump gave us “American carnage.”New York TimesPolice in riot gear swarm near Trump parade route as protests turn violentUSA TODAYPolice and protesters clash near inauguration parade routePoliticoHuffington Post -Yahoo News&n
NBCNews.comAnti-Trump Protesters Pepper Sprayed on Eve of Inauguration Outside 'DeploraBall' in DCNBCNews.comA weekend of protests over the inauguration and presidency of Donald Trump began Thursday night with police in Washington, D.C., using pepper spray on protesters demonstrating outside a pro-Trump event. Hundreds rallied outside the National Press ...Trump supporters, opponents clash outside 'DeploraBall' in downtown DCWashington PostAnti-Fascists Crash Alt-Right DeploraballDaily Beast'Deploraball' guests met by protesters in chaotic sceneFox NewsThe Hill (b
An iconic skyscraper will be one of the tallest in the world when it’s completed in the next few months.
PoliticoTrump Treasury pick diverges from GOP playbookPoliticoTreasury secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin diverged from congressional Republicans Thursday on key policy issues, signaling a willingness to go his own way on bank regulation and tax administration. In a sometimes contentious hearing before the Senate ...Trump's treasury nominee defends his record at bank labeled as 'foreclosure machine'Washington PostMnuchin Defends Banking Past, Advocates Strong U.S. DollarBloombergTreasury pick defends foreclosure actions, asset disclosureU.S. News & World ReportLos Angeles Times
PoliticoObama's final contrast to TrumpPoliticoHe was sober and cautious, refusing to take several servings of bait offered up to him. He insisted on the importance of principles and norms. He asked for questions from an array of reporters, including a few critics. And he spoke sentimentally about ...Obama says he'll speak up post-White House if he sees 'core values' at riskWashington PostThe NBA's president: League reflects on Obama's enduring love for the gameUSA TODAYObama's Last News Conference: Full Transcript and VideoNew York TimesThe Hill -NBCNews.com&
New York TimesObama to Hold His Last News Conference as PresidentNew York TimesWASHINGTON — President Obama will submit to one last questioning by the White House press corps on Wednesday, stepping behind the presidential lectern for a final news conference as president as his offices in the West Wing are being packed up ...Looking Back With Gratitude On Obama, And His Optimistic Vision Of AmericaNPRObama to hold final news conferenceWashington PostObama makes wave of final appointments for well-connected friends, celebsFox NewsUSA TODAY -STLtoday.com -NBCNews.com -The Hil
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A smartphone app is bringing to life the world of the modernist architect Walter Gropius – one of the founders of the Bauhaus art school.