Live blog: Inaugurating Obama’s second term

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Photo Gallery: Washington prepares for Inauguration 2013

On Dec. 18, we reported that inauguration preparations in Washington, D.C. were well underway. Now, a month later, the 2013 Inauguration is almost here. Folks from around the nation have flocked to Washington, D.C. to help President Barack Obama celebrate his victory and to kick off his second term. With inauguration weekend upon us, Washington […]
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Obamas kick off inaugural weekend with National Day of Service (with PHOTO GALLERY)

“Inaugurations are about more than just celebrating. They are about coming together and making the country a better place,” said President Obama in a video filmed to promote the National Day of Service, adding that volunteering was the highlight of his 2009 Inauguration.

Malloy’s audience with Biden

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy huddled with Vice President Biden earlier this evening in the West Wing of the White House. The two discussed gun control reform in the aftermath of the Dec. 14
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CA Rep. Garamendi: Time to “stop talking” and move quickly on gun proposals

California Democratic Rep. John Garamendi — who represents a key Northern California swing district near Sacramento — said today that Congress should “stop talking and take action” on President Obama’s gun proposals. In the 113th Congress, “we have the debt ceiling and sequestration and God knows what else. We have a lot of things to […]

Seriously? Arnold ranks being governor BEHIND Conan and Terminator? (VIDEO)

Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, fresh from his appearance at the Golden Globes, hits “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” for the first time tonight. It’s part of a big publicity push for his new flick, “The Last Stand” — a flurry of appearances which included a rather interesting star moment in “Ask Me Anything.” In […]

Martha Dean backs conspiracy theorists

Former Republican attorney general candidate Martha Dean was called out by Democrats this morning for comments she made on her Facebook page giving some credence to conspiracy theorists who believe
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Semi-retired: Lieberman to advise Sandy Hook charitable fund

Call him semi-retired. Joe Lieberman, who left the U.S. Senate earlier this month after 24 years of representing Connecticut, has signed on to be an adviser to the group overseeing the Sandy Hook School Support Fund. An independent who caucused with Democrats and was Al Gore’s running mate in 2000, Lieberman will advise a transition […]
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