Area’s Republican congressmen hope the new president will keep to the middle of the road once he settles in
WASHINGTON — With a history-making inauguration and all its festivities past, President Barack Obama will enjoy some good will as he faces the task of easing the country’s woes, lawmakers say.
Samantha Barte’s face lit up as she watched newly inaugurated President Barack Obama begin to speak to more than 1a million onlookers in front of the U.S. Capitol.
Businesses always are looking for ways to reduce their expenses, but during a recession it is even more important.
While many hope President Barack Obama’s proposed tax cuts will give the failing economy a boost, most are unsure how or if the plan will work.
As several hundred Normal Park Museum Magnet students cheered and waved flags Tuesday to celebrate President Barack Obama’s message of change, adults in the crowd hoped the children realized they were it.
For John Taylor and his merry band of 239 traveling Chattanoogans, Inauguration Day started early, with a 1:30 a.m. wake-up call at their hotel in Harrisburg, Pa.
More than 1 million people gathered Tuesday on the National Mall to witness the inauguration of President Barack Obama. As the day progressed, we spoke by phone, e-mail and the Web with a few Chattanooga residents who made the trip to Washington, D.C.
The energy of President Barack Obama’s inauguration rippled through Chattanooga Tuesday as people around the city sat glued to the television, witnessing history in the making.
Collect whatever you like from this presidential election and inaugural season, but if you are looking to make an investment that will pay off financially, there are a few items to look out for, a memorabilia dealer said.
More than just a transfer of power, an inauguration represents our country’s unending hope for renewal, said presidential scholar Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Tennessee and Georgia leaders attending Tuesday’s inauguration offered new President Barack Obama their best wishes, honoring his historic presidency and pledging to work in a bipartisan fashion to tackle the country’s issues.
Barack Obama sworn in; calls for ‘hope, not fear’
Before a jubilant crowd of more than a million, Barack Hussein Obama claimed his place in history as America’s first black president, summoning a dispirited nation to unite in hope against the “gathering clouds and raging storms” of war and economic woe.