Bernie Sanders’ inauguration look commemorated on trading card
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ casual look at Wednesday’s inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris spawned a slew of memes. Now, it will be forever memorialized on a trading card. The back of the card says “Senator Bernie Sanders (VT) was in attendance Wednesday morning serving as one of the guests for the swearing in of both President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Sen. Sanders has served as senator since 2007 and campaigned in both the 2016 and 2020 Presidential elections.”It makes no mention of his attire. In addition to the Sanders’ card, the President and Vice President swearing-in ceremonies are captured, as well as the performances of Jennifer Lopez, Garth Brooks and Lady Gaga.
History will be marked on this day
Growing the Voices of Our FutureThe Westside Gazette Newspaper is honored to feature these editorial contributions made by local students. By Layla DavidsonOn January 20, our new president will give his Inauguration speech. However, this inauguration day will be different. This day will mark history for people of color and women as Vice President, Kamala Harris, goes into office! As we move forward, let’s continue to work together and make change!thewestsidegazette.com
Trump skips inauguration ceremony, upending several traditions
Trump skips inauguration ceremony, upending several traditions Many of the longstanding traditions that typically take place on Inauguration Day were missing from Wednesday's transfer of power. Former President Trump chose not to meet with President Biden face to face, instead hosting his own farewell event at Joint Base Andrews. Andy Card, former White House chief of staff under President George W. Bush, joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" anchor Elaine Quijano to discuss the symbolism associated with the inaugural ceremony.cbsnews.com
9 important people who weren’t at President Joe Biden’s inauguration
President Joe Biden delivers his inaugural address on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20, 2021 in Washington, DC. We saw many recognizable faces Wednesday at the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, but there were many people -- some quite notable -- who were not in attendance. President Donald Trump: He announced on Twitter ahead of the inauguration that he would not be attending, and he stuck to his word. He’s the first outgoing president who chose not to attend the ceremony since President Andrew Johnson’s refusal in 1869. Sen. Marco Rubio: Rubio conveyed he would be hard at work instead.
American politics expert on Trump's decision to skip Biden's inauguration
American politics expert on Trump's decision to skip Biden's inauguration After four tumultuous years under President Trump, America will have a new commander in chief. Mr. Trump will not be attending the Inauguration ceremony for incoming President Joe Biden. Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia's Center for Politics, discusses this and more on CBSN AM.cbsnews.com
Perfect tranquility: Some resonating words from the first inauguration
The inauguration of George Washington as the first President of the United States. (Photo by MPI/Getty Images)Things have changed quite a bit since the first presidential inauguration in 1789. Illustration of American general and politician George Washington (1732 - 1799) receiving the news of his election as the first American president, 1789. While emphasizing the public good, Washington addressed the need for a strong Constitution and Bill of Rights. He also said he would be declining pay beyond what the public good thought was required.
Biden prepares for inauguration upended by COVID and security threats
Biden prepares for inauguration upended by COVID and security threats Inauguration events have been scaled back and security has been ratcheted up with tens of thousands of National Guard troops on hand. Ed O'Keefe reports.cbsnews.com
Analysis of possible threats, security being put in place ahead of Inauguration
Analysis of possible threats, security being put in place ahead of Inauguration Senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute and former national security director Douglas Ollivant joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what security threats the government is watching out for ahead of President-Elect Joe Biden's Inauguration.cbsnews.com
FBI arrests more than 100 rioters in Capitol attacks, warns more extremist violence to come
FBI arrests more than 100 rioters in Capitol attacks, warns more extremist violence to come As Washington, D.C., prepares for the upcoming Inauguration, the FBI warns last week's attack on the Capitol could be just the beginning. Jeff Pegues reports on the city's latest preparations.cbsnews.com
House Democrats get "horrifying" briefing on threats ahead of inauguration
House Democrats get "horrifying" briefing on threats ahead of inauguration Inauguration security plans in Washington, D.C. are under scrutiny after last week's storming of the U.S. Capitol building. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe and Boston Globe deputy Washington bureau chief Liz Goodwin join CBSN's "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano to discuss what authorities are preparing for.cbsnews.com