The Vermont elementary school teacher who crafted Sen. Bernie Sanders' mittens that went viral says she's completely sold out.
A slew of glittery celebrities is descending on Washington — virtually or in person — to welcome the new administration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
President Joe Biden called on Americans to overcome their divisions, declaring in his first address in office that “without unity, there is no peace.”
Speaking during the televised broadcast “Celebrating America” after the historic inauguration of President Joe Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris, three former presidents shared advice for the incoming administration and echoed Biden’s calls for unity among all Americans.
The virtual “Parade Across America” includes appearances from celebrities as well as everyday Americans, including a history teacher from Texas and a 12-year-old trumpet player from Georgia.
Inauguration Day 2021 photos of D.C. preparations, security and the ceremonies held to commemorate the 46th president of the United States.
Villirie Harmon, grandmother of Amanda Gorman, talks about the role models that paved the way for her granddaughter and her reaction to yesterday's thrilling poem recital.
Dr. Ferald Bryan from Northern Illinois University gives his take on President Joe Biden's inaugural speech and how it stacks up to those from the past.
Los Angeles native and national youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman, 22, shined in one of the most talked about moments during Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony as she shared a powerful message.
This year, for the first time, Cued Speech for the deaf and hard-of-hearing was integrated into the Inauguration Day events -- all thanks to an Illinois man.
The new second family makes history with a lot of firsts, and some Chicagoans are watching with hope and pride.
In one of the inauguration’s most talked about moments, poet Amanda Gorman summoned images dire and triumphant Wednesday as she called out to the world “even as we grieved, we grew.”
Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that "democracy has prevailed" and summoning American resilience and unity to confront the deeply divided nation’s historic confluence of crises.
Kamala Harris made history on Wednesday, becoming the country's first Black, first Asian and first female second-in-command, after being inaugurated alongside President Joe Biden.
In a move toward transparency, Jen Psaki, President Joe Biden’s new White House press secretary, held the administration’s first press briefing Wednesday evening after Biden’s inauguration.
The Senate voted to confirm Avril Haines Wednesday as the new director of national intelligence, giving President Joe Biden the first member of his Cabinet.
Former Vice President Mike Pence returned Wednesday to his Indiana hometown, where he told a small crowd of family member and supporters that serving in the White House was the greatest honor of his life.
It’s traditional for outgoing presidents to leave a note for their successor.
Three new senators were sworn into office Wednesday after President Joe Biden's inauguration, securing the majority for Democrats in the Senate and across a unified government.
In his first remarks as president, Joe Biden said his swearing-in marks a day of “history and hope” and that the country has “learned again that democracy is precious.” You can read his remarks in full here.