On Monday, President Obama will be inaugurated again, and an estimated 800,000 people will descend on Washington, D.C., for the occasion. To get yourself ready for the festivities, take this little quiz that features some high and low points from America's 57 inaugurations.
Being a U.S. president is a well-paying gig -- but it didn't pay off for all of them. Turns out, getting your face on our nation's currency doesn't always mean that much currency flowed your way. Here's our look at the White House's biggest fiscal winners ... and losers.
The clock is ticking for Democrats. Obama and his party have just six months to create jobs and lower unemployment, or divided government in Washington is ahead. Failure to improve the jobs outlook by summer means Republicans could return to power in the U.S. House in the November elections.