SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP) – Jerry Brown made history Monday when he was sworn in for his fourth term as governor of California, cautioning that the state is positioned for a bright future if it can live […]
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In the second and final inaugural address of his presidency, President Barack Obama called on Americans to continue fighting to fulfill the “promise” of American democracy, by pursuing age-old Constitutional values while adapting to the realities of the modern age.
The president, surrounded by family in the ornate White House Blue Room, was administered the brief oath of office by Chief Justice John Roberts.
President Barack Obama is sworn in for his second term on Monday, but former SF Mayor Willie Brown says the second term usually looses its luster.
Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said Thursday that she’s trying to get more federal help in fighting her city’s crime problem while she’s in Washington, D.C., to attend a U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting and the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Democrat Jerry Brown was sworn in late Monday morning as California’s 39th governor, returning to the office he left 28 years ago but inheriting a more troubled state than the one he knew then.
Simplicity and no-frills. That appears to be the case for Governor-elect Jerry Brown as he prepares for a low-key inauguration next Monday.
Gov.-elect Jerry Brown will be sworn in next month at the same place Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger took the oath of office four years ago.