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Trump takes oath, declares Washington's power going back to 'American people'
Jan 23,2017

Promising to put "America first," Donald John Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, assuming leadership of a polarized nation but with the benefits

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Inauguration Day 2017 Survival Guide: Street closures, Metro service, parade route and more
Jan 20,2017

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to stream into D.C. for Donald Trump's inauguration. Security will be tight and many roads will be closed to cars and pedestrians


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First day goal? Make White House feel like home for Trump
Jan 20,2017

It's supposed to feel just like home when Donald Trump steps inside the White House residence for the first time as president on Inauguration Day. His clothes will be hanging in the closet. The kitchen will be stocked

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Inaugural cheers, fireworks: Trump sweeps in for his big day
Jan 20,2017

With fireworks heralding his big moment, Donald Trump swept into Washington Thursday on the eve of his presidential inauguration and pledged to unify a nation sorely divided and clamoring


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Five areas where Trump and Dems could make a deal - Source Thehill
Jan 18,2017

Instead of being the party of "no," Democrats could be the party of "maybe" during Donald Trump’s presidency.

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How Likely Are You to See the Trumps Around DC? - Source Washingtonian
Jan 18,2017

Melania Trump, 46 The big question: Will she move here? Barron’s doting mom will reportedly remain in New York, in her Trump Tower penthouse, while her son finishes the school year.

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Online Virginia Lottery Sales? Don't Bet On It - Source Connection news papers
Jan 18,2017

A coalition of convenience store owners and religious conservatives worked to undermine a bill from the Virginia Lottery to allow for online gambling, thwarting an effort

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In Alexandria, a dispute over free speech. At council meetings.
Jan 13,2017

The Alexandria City Council voted 6 to 1 this week to limit the number of speakers at the start of its monthly Saturday hearings, an attempt to arrest the expanding length of those




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