Wolkoff's termination comes amid a New York Times report that said her event management firm had received nearly $26 million from Trump's inaugural
While Ireland have scheduled their inaugural
Test with Pakistan at home in May, Afghanistan are hoping to play their first Test against Zimbabwe.
Starting with Quezon's second inaugural
in 1941 until Marcos' second inaugural
in 1969 (with the exception of the special election called in 1946), presidents were inaugurated on Rizal Day, Dec.
But based on weather forecasts and the predicted timing of the snowfall, organizers of the inaugural
exercises feel comfortable sticking to the original starting time of 3 p.
It is learnt that the inaugural
meeting will be held immediately after the receipt of the Gazette Notification from the Commissioner of Elections on the Northern Provincial Council election results .
Are there major distinctions regarding the religious elements used in the inaugural
addresses of the Democrat Presidents?
A political insider said that some on the presidential inaugural
committee are starting to seriously worry.
issue concentrates on the new Audi A8L, the brand's flagship launched across India, this month, and on lifestyle and sports.
cruises often offer inaugural
events and keepsakes, discounted rates on accommodation and food plus entertainment and activities.
California atheist Michael Newdow sued Chief Justice John Roberts in federal court for an injunction to bar the use of those words in the inaugural
On the last day of April 1789, in the temporary capital of the nascent republic, New York, Washington delivered his--and his nation's--first Inaugural
Address to 'his fellow citizens of the Senate and House of Representatives'.
flight to China draws "airline geeks" United Airlines on Wednesday launched its inaugural
flight from Washington Dulles International Airport to Beijing.
On this night, more than 250 people gathered 65 stories high to celebrate both the 75th anniversary of FEI and the inaugural
class of FEI's Hall of Fame.
Stephen Howard Browne sets out to accomplish a seemingly simple task: to provide a comprehensive analysis of Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural
senator, complained that Jefferson delivered his inaugural
address "in so low a voice that not half of it was heard by any part of the crowded auditory.