Voters from New York, Alabama, and Michigan write about their visit to Washington to witness history.
Twelve women from Louisville, Ky., say they aim to show the "world changes today" on their terms, not on Donald Trump's.
Demonstrators in D.C., many wearing masks and helmets, clashed with police officers as Donald Trump was sworn in as president.
Hours after getting sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump moves swiftly to push his agenda.
A group of D.C.-area residents harnesses their "moral outrage" so they can step in and protect victims of harassment.
Those hoping for a more inclusive tone and an appeal to the common humanity of each American were disappointed.
The nation's 45th president starts his historic speech on a familiar note — with exaggeration and hyperbole.