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President Trump's inaugural address

7:12 p.m. ET Jan. 20, 2017  Presidents typically avoid facts and figures when delivering inaugural addresses, serving up a blend of broad platitudes and generalities to lay out a vision. President Donald Trump was no different in that regard.


Barack Obama at the Acropolis

US President scheduled to depart for Germany after his speech at the Niarchos Foundation.


Clinton’s convention to go straight at trust issue

6:15 p.m. EDT July 24, 2016  Hillary Clinton’s nominating convention that begins Monday is being choreographed to tell a life story about the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee that, despite her decades in the public eye, aims to reveal new insights while offering a sharp contrast to last week's GOP confab.


Obama arrives in Athens, bringing a message from Trump

6:05 a.m. EST November 15, 2016  ATHENS — President Obama arrived in the Greek capital Tuesday morning, beginning a week-long foreign trip in which he will serve as an unlikely emissary of President-elect Donald Trump.


Trump rails against VA at Rolling Thunder rally

4:55 p.m. EDT May 29, 2016    Donald Trump reiterated his pitch for improving the lot of veterans during a brief appearance Sunday before thousands of bikers at the Rolling Thunder rally in Washington, D.C.


Obama says he and Trump had 'excellent conversation'

President Obama and President-elect Donald Trump met for the first time ever at the White House, stating they will work together to ensure a peaceful transition of power.


NYC grinds to a halt amid deadly East Coast blizzard

12:55 p.m. EST January 25, 2016 NEW YORK — A massive winter storm ground New York City and surrounding suburbs to a halt Saturday, forcing a vehicle travel ban, closing or curtailing rail and subway service and shutting theaters as higher-than-forecast snowfall inundated the metropolitan area.


15 years later their memories stay alive: Remembering 9/11

NEW YORK 11:05 a.m. September 11, 2016  Emotionally charged ceremonies at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon in Virginia and a rural field in western Pennsylvania marked the 15th anniversary Sunday of the most deadly terror attack in U.S. history.


People from Around the World Celebrate in Times Square

New York (Jan. 1) AP   A throng of 1 million revelers in Times Square rang in the New Year with raucous cheers and a blizzard of confetti, striking an optimistic, even defiant, tone amid jitters over extremist attacks and heavy security.