By Shiryn Ghermezian, EnStars | Jan 21, 2013 06:51 AM EST
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President Barack Obama will be publicly sworn in to office for his second term on Monday at the U.S. Capitol. After his swearing-in and inaugural address, he and First Lady Michelle Obama will participate in the inaugural parade from the Capitol to the White House.
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President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were officially sworn in on Sunday, Jan. 20, as mandated by the Constitution in private ceremonies at the Vice President's house and the White House The 20th Amendment of the Constitution specified Jan. 20 as Inauguration Day. The official ceremony on Monday is just a symbolic one for the public.
Inauguration Day 2013 has a rare intersection with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, bringing together the civil rights movement and the nation's first black president.
C-SPAN Live Video provides full coverage of the 2013 inauguration starting at 7 a.m. Monday and continuing through parade and the inaugural balls at the Washington Convention Center at night.
NBCNews.com and CBSNews.com will stream the inauguration live beginning at 10 a.m. EST on Monday, and the later will provide other live video coverage of the inauguration events held in Washington, D.C. throughout the day. Additionally, FOX News will also stream the inauguration and the inaugural address for free.
ABC News' online live stream of the inauguration, starting at 9:30 a.m. EST on Monday, also lists "breaking hashtags," identifing trending topics and hashtags.
Here is Monday's schedule:
Ceremonial Swearing-In -11:30 a.m. EST
For the second time, President Barack Obama will be given the oath of office by Chief Justice John Roberts on the Capitol steps. The event is open to the public with ticketed seating or free standing.
Inaugural Parade - 2:35 p.m. EST
After the Inaugural Luncheon with Congress in the Capitol, Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and their wives will lead the parade to the White House. The event is open to the public with viewing stands, bleachers and standing sites along Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Commander-in-Chief's Inaugural Ball - 6:00 p.m. EST
Held at the Washington Convention Center, doors open at 6:30 p.m. EST for some halls and 7 p.m. for others. Tickets are sold out.
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