During every inauguration, there's some degree of hometown pride on display, and President Obama's swearing in was no different. Thousands of inauguration goers, including young people, made their way to Washington, D.C. from the president's adopted hometown of Chicago.
A human rights group says police in Washington, D.C. are failing to investigate rapes. The group says about 200 rapes and sexual assaults over three years ending in 2011 were not documented or tracked. Police dispute the claims. The nation's capital is not the only city with such a problem.
Steve Inskeep talks to Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma about expectations for President Obama's second term, and some of the immediate business ahead. Congressman Cole was recently appointed by House Speaker John Boehner to serve on the powerful House Rules Committee.
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