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One way to value currencies? Compare Big Mac prices.
What the popular McDonald’s sandwich has to do with currency manipulation, trade policy and the incoming Biden administration.
What will Biden inauguration donations go to?
Inaugurations offer companies a chance to wish the new administration well with a donation.
Security concerns take toll on pandemic-ravaged Washington businesses
Instead of an inauguration boost, businesses in and around the nation's capital plan to curtail hours or even close.
Will Capitol attack hike security costs for Biden inauguration?
The pandemic likely saved money for the Secret Service budget during the 2020 campaign.
Your tech needs for inauguration weekend
Just remember to leave your selfie stick at home.
Let’s do the numbers: the cost of inauguration
The inauguration is Friday. So, who pays for what?
Born on Inauguration Day: Where we go from here
People born on Inauguration Days past talk about how it's affected their lives and how American has changed in their lifetimes.
Inauguration goes social with first smartphone app
Politico's senior technology reporter Steve Friess says if you look to the past, inaugurations have never really been a showcase for technology.
A smaller crowd in Washington as Obama begins second term
Four years after the largest presidential inauguration in history, President Obama's second term begins on a more subdued note.
A Data-Mining Inauguration App, and a 3D printed Smartphone Case
A new app from the Presidential Inauguration Committee seems like a handy tool for people visiting Washington, D.C. to watch President Obama take his second (public) Oath of Office. But critics say the app is data-mining for political purposes.