PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION OF BARACK OBAMA, NBC
'We have to compete': GOP assesses path back to power
As they prepare to settle in for another four years of President Barack Obama, Republicans are already busily working on their roadmap to retake the levers of power in Washington. Whether they will need a modest re-calibration or a wholesale reinvention remains an open question. NBC News Political Reporter Michael O'Brien reports.
NBC/WSJ poll: Public lowers expectations heading into Obama's 2nd term
As President Barack Obama is set to begin his second term next week, he finds himself with a job-approval rating above 50 percent and with majorities supporting his general direction on gun control and immigration... But he also confronts an American public holding mixed attitudes about the next four years, concerns about the economy and a belief that tougher times lie ahead. Mark Murray dives into the latest NBC News/WSJ poll with plenty of questions looking back, and forward, on Obama's presidency.
Cheat Sheet: Watching the presidential inauguration with NBC News
An estimated 600,000 to 800,000 attendees are expected in Washington, D.C. on Monday for President Barack Obama's second inauguration. Can't make the trip to the nation's capital? Fear not, NBC News will have you covered on TV and myriad other platforms. Consider this your guide on how to follow, like, fan and participate in inauguration festivities from the device or social network of your choice.