Inauguration Day

Franklin Haney's political donation came as he was seeking regulatory approval and financial support for his bid to acquire an Alabama nuclear plant.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said McCain offered the list while they sat together as Trump was sworn into office.
“We deserve more and we can ask for more, and if people don’t want to negotiate, that’s their problem, not ours.”
Prosecutors in New York opened the investigation last year amid scrutiny over the inauguration committee's spending.
Costs reportedly included $10,000 worth of makeup, $6.4 million for unused accommodations and $1.5 million to a Trump hotel.
Some of the officials reportedly hoped to gauge how they could become influential to the new administration, in order to boost issues favorable to Russia.
A top inaugural planner emailed Ivanka and others at the company to “express my concern” that the hotel was overcharging for its event spaces, worrying of what would happen “when this is audited.”
The committee raised a record $107 million in funds, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The former first lady suggested the disparity was visible from where she was seated.
Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign can be a lot to keep up with.
Prosecutors have failed to convict any of the defendants arrested during a black bloc protest of Trump's inauguration.
Jurors said there were questions about the identity of some of the defendants.
The jurors wrote a note to the judge saying it’s unlikely anyone’s positions will change.
The government's effort to convict some inauguration day demonstrators has been kind of a mess.
A judge sanctioned Justice Department attorneys for withholding videos filmed by Project Veritas.
The 2017 inauguration crowd continues to be a wellspring of humor.
Though jurors acquitted the first defendants, the government is pursuing multiple felony charges against four more.
The special counsel is looking at contributors tied to Russia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, ABC News says.
The former FBI director mentioned the crowd-size kerfuffle as an example of Trump lying in private as well as in public.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff's company received almost $26 million to plan events for President Trump's inauguration last year.