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- Analysis How history could make strange bedfellows of Obama and Trump: Keith Boag
- Don't expect that in his inaugural speech today Donald Trump will bother with a hat tip to Barack Obama for the outgoing president’s contribution to his success, although maybe he should. There might also come a day when Obama will be grateful it was Trump and not a purebred Republican who became the custodian of his legacy, Keith Boag writes.
- Updated Rescuers in Italy find at least 8 more survivors in hotel rubble after deadly avalanche
- Eight more people have been found alive in the rubble of an Italian hotel Friday where at least 30 people were trapped after a deadly avalanche tore through the ski resort, which would bring the total number of survivors to 10.
- Donald Trump's inauguration: Everything you need to know, and when to watch
- President-elect Donald Trump has promised his inauguration Friday will be an elegant spectacle. CBC News is covering the historic proceedings from start to finish. The events begin Thursday with a series of ceremonies.
- Opinion America descends into brutality as the real-life Archie Bunker is sworn in as president: Neil Macdonald
- Nominally, a presidential inauguration is a moment for the nation to come together and celebrate the peaceful handover of power to a democratically elected leader. Nowadays, that’s just a fantasy.
- CBC IN D.C. Ahead of Trump's inauguration, Washington braces for well-wishers and protests video
- Whether coming in celebration or in protest, making the trip to Washington for Donald Trump's inauguration might just be the biggest hassle in the United States. Yet despite D.C.'s shuttered streets and barricaded intersections, an estimated 800,000 people are expected to watch the president-elect take the oath of office Friday.