Was she even invited?
Was she even invited?
Tomorrow marks the last day of President Donald Trump's term in office.
The 46th president was sworn in and it all felt so...normal. From Esquire
It's a historic day for women across the country. From Marie Claire
The Biden Inauguration Team has so many ways for your kids to learn and celebrate this historic day It’s Inauguration Day and hopes are high for brighter days ahead. Our kids are watching and for the last four years, the news hasn’t been so great. Now? Happy days are here again and we want them 
Here’s how you can make a livestream of the presidential inauguration fun and educational for kids to watch It’s finally here. Today is the day that Donald Trump leaves the White House for good (in fact, he already has) and Joe Biden will be sworn in as the next President. While threats to national security 
The former First Lady revealed her feelings about America's 'next chapter' on Instagram.
Biden was sworn in as the 46th US president and Kamala Harris as the first female VP in a ceremony featuring Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez.
Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States today at the Capitol.From Town & Country
The new president selects an American designer for his first day in office.
Bernie Sanders' mittens were so, so cute.
The incoming president notably didn't mention the outgoing one. Donald Trump, who skipped the ceremony, wasn't mentioned.
Featuring a whole mood from Bernie Sanders, and the comedic stylings of Amy Klobuchar.
Though President-elect Joe Biden had 46 years with his eldest son, Beau Biden, no parent would say that’s nearly enough. On Tuesday, as he was saying goodbye to his home state of Delaware, Biden was once again a grieving father, missing the son who won’t be there with him tomorrow on what should be a […]
According to the cosmos, the January 20th ceremony will have highs and lows.
The president of Chromatica honoring the president of the United States.
It's been an historic day—and it's not over yet.
Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga will perform.
The former first ladies in attendance on Wednesday included Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Laura Bush.
J.Lo went all out to welcome the U.S.'s new president.
Lady Gaga performed in a dramatic navy and red gown.