Just be the best president ever, Obama.
Craig Robinson and Reggie Love both play basketball — maybe that's why the NBC anchor got them confused?
The motorcade has arrived at the Capitol!
They are all there, basking in the O-Man's glory. Except Paris Hilton, who's at Sundance.
The prayers are over. Now it's time for reckoning.
It involves BlackBerries. Bear with him.
And Michelle looks pretty!
Who gets to go, the parents or the children? Some ticket-holders face difficult decisions.
Washington hostesses unable to get the president-elect's RSVP at their inauguration parties this week may think they are being clever by substituting a cardboard version of Barack Obama for the real thing — but little do they know, a scandal awaits them.
People are getting last-minute cosmetic procedures for the inauguration.
Jeremiah Wright, obviously. But there are a couple of other stealth spotlight-stealers...
She gloated that a surrogate mom did it the first time, but now it's her turn to get all moody and lumpy-bumpy. Plus, everyone important is in D.C. by now, and Cin's there to harass them.
Somehow, this feeling of giddiness is mitigated by the fact that you are the only one of your friends who has to work today.
He may be high up in Obama's ranks, but so what? He could've been Baryshnikov!
What if he'd used his grassroots network to stage mini-inaugurals in every state of the union?
Your guide to celebrating Barack Obama's inauguration in New York.
It was the little things that made the concert special — like seeing Obama give the "You killed it!" finger point.
If Obama delivers on his policy promises, the pastor will be an afterthought.
With millions pouring in to witness Tuesday's big event — and the celebrations both preceding and following it — maneuvering around D.C. has become a happy challenge.
Karina, 26, traveled five hours to get here, and was already “pretty booked up.”