Here's a pop quiz to test your readiness for the Jan. 20 inauguration of the 44th president of the United States.
For those who would like to be an eyewitness to history at next week's inauguration, securing the hottest ticket in Washington, D.C., is just half the battle. Those people lucky enough to have tickets also need to get there and find a place to stay.
Tuesday's historic day - President Barack Obama being sworn in as the 44th president of the United States - was even more significant to students at Central Lakes College in Brainerd.
The hottest ticket in Washington, D.C., doesn't cost a dime, but securing a spot to watch the 44th president of the United States sworn in on Jan. 20 might require a bit of luck due to the high demand.
As a life-size cardboard cutout of President Barack Obama stood smiling at students at the front of Kathy Hegstrom's classroom at Brainerd High School Tuesday, the real Obama was on television being sworn in as the 44th president of the United States.
PEQUOT LAKES - No visit to the Sibley Lake home of Joanne and Everett R. Johnson Jr. is complete without a stop at what Joanne calls the "Wall of Fame."
A smiling President Barack Obama - well, sort of - greeted Kathy Hegstrom's 10th-grade American History students at Brainerd High School on Tuesday, his Inauguration Day.
WASHINGTON - It may be time to take a closer look at karmic justice - that mysterious quid pro quo by which good and bad acts are rewarded in kind.
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