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WASHINGTON (AP) \u2014 The Latest on Joe Biden's presidential inauguration (all times local):

8:55 p.m.

Bruce Springsteen sang \u201cLand of Hope and Dreams\u201d as he stood alone with his guitar in front of the Lincoln Memorial to open \u201cCelebrating America,\" a broadcast special to honor the inauguration of President Joe Biden.

Springsteen said, \u201cGood evening, America,\u201d to open the 90-minute special airing across several networks on Wednesday night in place of the usual official inaugural balls.

Performing the 1999 song of solace, Springsteen sang, \u201cI will provide for you, and I\u2019ll stand by your side. You'll need a good companion, for this part of the ride.\u201d

Host Tom Hanks, also at the Lincoln Memorial, introduced the show by saying, \u201cIn the last few weeks, in the last few years, we\u2019ve witnessed deep divisions and a troubling rancor in our land. But tonight we ponder the United States of America.\u201d

Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria are co-hosting the show, which will also include performances from John Legend, Katy Perry, Demi Lovato, the Foo Fighters, Justin Timberlake and Jon Bon Jovi.

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HERE\u2019S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT JOE BIDEN\u2019S INAUGURATION AS THE 46TH U.S. PRESIDENT:

Joe Biden took the oath of office at noon Wednesday to become the 46th president of the United States. He takes charge in a deeply divided nation, inheriting a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors.

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HERE'S WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON:

8:40 p.m.

Kamala Harris might be vice president, but she doesn\u2019t get to enjoy all of the vice presidential perks just yet.

Harris won\u2019t immediately move into the vice president\u2019s residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C. A Harris aide says the delay will allow time for repairs to the home. The house needs its chimney liners replaced, among other fixes, and it\u2019s easier to finish the work with the home unoccupied.

The former California senator has a home in downtown D.C. where she typically stayed while in town for work, but it\u2019s unclear if she\u2019ll remain there while waiting for the repairs to be completed.

Every vice president since Walter Mondale has lived at the Naval Observatory, and it\u2019s been the site of visits from foreign dignitaries, events and gatherings hosted by vice presidents past.

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8:05 p.m.

A group of protesters carrying anti-President Joe Biden and anti-police signs is marching in Portland and damaged the headquarters of the Democratic Party of Oregon.

Police say the group smashed windows and spray-painted anarchist symbols at the political party building on Wednesday. It was one of at least four groups planning to gather in the city on Inauguration Day.

Police say officers on bicycles entered the crowd to contact someone with a weapon and to remove poles affixed to a banner that they thought could be used as a weapon. Police say the crowd swarmed the officers and threw objects at them.

Portland has been the site of frequent protests since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May. Over the summer, there were demonstrations for more than 100 straight days.

Mayor Ted Wheeler recently decried what he described as a segment of violent agitators who detract from the message of police accountability and who should be subject to more severe punishment.

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7:40 p.m.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Joe Biden will allow Congress to decide the way forward on the impeachment trial of his predecessor, Donald Trump.

Psaki said Wednesday in the first press briefing of the Biden administration that the president believes members of the Senate should figure out how to proceed with a trial that could consume the opening weeks of his presidency.

Psaki says the administration is instead focused on the pandemic and the economic crisis that have engulfed the country for nearly a year, noting that the Senate can handle multiple issues at once.

Trump was impeached last week on a charge of inciting an insurrection. It was his second impeachment, a record for any president.

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7:30 p.m.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Joe Biden will call Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday, the first call with a foreign leader after Biden took the oath of office.

Psaki said Wednesday at her first press briefing that the subject of the call will be relations between the United States and Canada as well as the status of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, whose permitting Biden revoked in one of his first acts as president.

Psaki says Biden\u2019s first round of calls to foreign leaders will be with allies, adding that the new president plans to repair relationships damaged by former President Donald Trump\u2019s adversarial approach.

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7:15 p.m.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki is delivering the first news briefing of Joe Biden\u2019s presidency, a once standard part of past administrations that was largely sidelined during the Trump era.

Psaki said Wednesday that she will bring truth and transparency to the White House briefing room, a clear reference to her predecessors under President Donald Trump.

The Trump administration took an openly combative tone with the news media. Sean Spicer, who was Trump\u2019s first press secretary, set the tenor four years ago by claiming that the audience at Trump\u2019s inauguration was the largest in history, despite photographic evidence to the contrary.

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7:10 p.m.

The Senate has voted to confirm Avril Haines as the new director of national intelligence, giving President Joe Biden the first member of his Cabinet.

The 84-10 vote by the Senate on Wednesday came after senators agreed to fast-track her nomination.

Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said it was fitting that Haines was confirmed first. He said the intelligence post is of \u201ccritical importance to the country.\u201d

Haines told the Senate Intelligence Committee at a confirmation hearing Tuesday that China would be an important focus of the Biden administration. She said she sees her role as speaking \u201ctruth to power\u201d and delivering accurate and apolitical intelligence even if it is uncomfortable or inconvenient for the administration.

The Senate was able to vote quickly on the nomination, and bypass a committee vote, after Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton dropped his objection. Cotton had said he wanted to hear from Haines on the Bush-era CIA interrogation program before he agreed to move forward. Haines was a deputy CIA director in the Obama administration.

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6:35 p.m.

The federal government has launched a new website that will serve as a clearinghouse for records from former President Donald Trump\u2019s administration.

The National Archives and Records Administration announced the website on Wednesday. Eventually, it will be a repository of archived Trump-era documents, including his White House website and social media accounts. It will also offer information about accessing other records from Trump\u2019s tenure.

The agency maintains records going back to President Herbert Hoover\u2019s administration, which ended in 1933.

But there are questions about how meticulous the Trump administration was about keeping records. Trump was cavalier about a law requiring their preservation. He had a habit of ripping up documents before tossing them out.

That\u2019s led some historians and archivists to worry that there will be a gaping hole in the history of Trump\u2019s tumultuous four years in office.

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6:30 p.m.

President Joe Biden has given the Oval Office a slight makeover.

Biden revealed the new d\u00e9cor Wednesday as he invited reporters into his new office to watch him sign a series of executive orders hours after he took office.

A bust of Cesar Chavez, the labor leader and civil rights activist, is nestled among an array of framed family photos displayed on a desk behind the new president.

Benjamin Franklin peers down at Biden from a portrait on a nearby wall.

Biden brought a dark blue rug out of storage to replace a lighter colored one installed by former President Donald Trump.

One office feature remains: Biden is also using what\u2019s known as the Resolute Desk because it was built from oak used in the British Arctic exploration ship HMS Resolute.

Trump used that desk, too.

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6:15 p.m.

President Joe Biden is reminding his federal appointees and staff that \u201cwe work for the people\u201d and is calling on them to be \u201cdecent, honorable and smart.\u201d

Biden swore in nearly 1,000 federal appointees and staff in a virtual ceremony in the State Dining Room at the White House on Wednesday evening. He spoke from behind a lectern, while the appointees appeared at the event via video streams set up on a series of television screens.

Biden said that if any of his appointees treat a colleague with disrespect, he will fire them \u201con the spot.\u201d He said that mindset had been missing in President Donald Trump\u2019s White House.

The new president also told the group that \u201cwe have such an awful lot to do\u201d and said that containing the pandemic and administering COVID-19 vaccines will be the \u201cmost consequential logistical thing that\u2019s ever been done in the United States.\u201d

He said he\u2019s \u201cgoing to make mistakes\u201d but promised during their swearing-in that he will \u201dacknowledge them\u201d when he does.

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5:40 p.m.

One of former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo\u2019s signature achievements has met an abrupt end as a large placard enunciating his \u201cprofessional ethos\u201d was removed from the State Department\u2019s main entrance.

Workers removed the giant sign from the department\u2019s C Street lobby on Wednesday shortly after President Joe Biden was inaugurated. The placard had been prominently placed near a plaque honoring foreign service staff who died while serving their country, but many career diplomats considered it insulting and filled with unnecessary platitudes.

Department spokesperson Ned Price says, \u201cWe are confident that our colleagues do not need a reminder of the values we share.\u201d

Pompeo unveiled his \u201cethos\u201d statement to great fanfare in April 2019 with an eye toward improving morale. But it had the opposite effect, and many complained it was condescending.

Pompeo foes had accused the secretary and some of his top aides of failing to abide by the precepts of the ethos statement themselves, particularly during Trump\u2019s Ukraine-related impeachment, when they decided not to publicly defend career diplomats.

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5:20 p.m.

President Joe Biden has signed a series of executive orders from the Oval Office hours after his inauguration.

Biden wore a mask while seated behind the Resolute Desk with a stack of orders early Wednesday evening. He said there was \u201cno time to start like today.\u201d

The first order Biden signed was related to the coronavirus pandemic. He also signed an order reentering the U.S. into the Paris climate accord.

While his predecessor Donald Trump broke long-standing practice by skipping Biden\u2019s inauguration, he did follow through on one tradition and left behind a letter for Biden.

The new Democratic president said Trump \u201cwrote a very generous letter.\u201d But Biden said he wouldn\u2019t reveal its contents until he had a chance to speak with Trump.

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4:55 p.m.

President Joe Biden has directed that federal agencies halt all rulemaking until his administration has time to review proposed regulations.

White House chief of staff Ron Klain announced the move in a memo to the heads of executive departments and agencies Wednesday afternoon, hours after Biden was sworn in as the nation\u2019s 46th president.

The regulatory freeze order is a staple of presidential transitions, allowing the incoming administration to review the pending actions of their predecessors.

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4:50 p.m.

Three new Democratic senators have been sworn in to office by Vice President Kamala Harris. That means their party now has control of the White House and Congress for the first time in a decade.

Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff both won Senate runoff elections in Georgia earlier this month, defeating Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. Alex Padilla was appointed by California\u2019s governor to fill Harris\u2019 seat.

Wednesday was Harris\u2019 first time presiding over the Senate.

Warnock is Georgia\u2019s first Black senator, and Padilla is California\u2019s first Hispanic senator. Ossoff is Georgia\u2019s first Jewish senator and, at 33, the Senate\u2019s youngest sitting member.

The Senate is now divided 50-50. Democrats will be in control because the vice president casts tiebreaking votes in the chamber. Democrats have a 221-211 House majority, with three vacancies.

Democrats last controlled the White House, Senate and House in January 2011.

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4:40 p.m.

The New Radicals reunited after more than 20 years to virtually perform their 1998 hit \u201cYou Get What You Give\u201d at the celebration for President Joe Biden\u2019s inauguration.

The anthem about social and political issues affecting America at the turn of the millennium raised eyebrows when it was announced for Wednesday\u2019s festivities, but has strong connections to the president and vice president.

In Biden\u2019s 2017 autobiography, \u201cPromise Me, Dad,\u201d he wrote that \u201cYou Get What You Give\u201d became the family\u2019s theme song when his son Beau was battling cancer. The song was also used on the campaign trail as the theme for Kamala Harris\u2019 husband, Doug Emhoff, at rallies.

\u201cThis whole damn world could fall apart/You\u2019ll be okay, follow your heart,\u201d go some of the lyrics. \u201cDon\u2019t give up, you\u2019ve got a reason to live/Can\u2019t forget, we only get what we give.\u201d

The new administration also was serenaded \u2014 virtually, of course \u2014 by some of the funkiest artists in American music: Earth, Wind & Fire and Niles Rogers with Kathy Sledge.

Three members of Earth Wind & Fire \u2014 Philip Bailey, Verdine White, Ralph Johnson \u2014 performed their hit \u201cSing a Song,\u201d while Rogers and Sledge combined for a version of Sister Sledge\u2019s \u201cWe Are Family.\u201d

The performances, interspliced with marching bands, varied performances and stories from Biden-Harris supporters, played on social media and online after the Biden and Harris families concluded the inauguration parade.

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4:20 p.m.

Vice President Kamala Harris has entered her new office building for the first time in her new role.

Harris was joined Wednesday by her husband, Doug Emhoff, as she entered the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, which houses the vice president\u2019s office and is located near the White House.

The marching band of her alma mater, Howard University, helped lead Harris\u2019 procession.

She was joined by her extended family and held hands with one of her young grandnieces, who was beaming and wearing a fur coat meant to mimic one Harris wore as a child.

Shouts of \u201cWe love you!\u201d greeted her as she walked along the procession route. She waved at White House staffers gathered to watch and gave one final wave to the crowd before entering the building.

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3:50 p.m.

President Joe Biden has entered the White House for the first time as chief executive after walking an abbreviated parade route, still wearing his protective mask amid sounds of \u201cHail to the Chief.\u201d

The 46th president and first lady Jill Biden walked through a military cordon lining the White House driveway with the flags of U.S. states, leading the first couple to the main entrance under the North Portico on Wednesday.

Biden was expected to immediately begin working, with a stack of executive orders on immigration and other matters awaiting his signature.

The final ceremonial flourish completed an abbreviated inaugural afternoon unlike any Washington has seen, with Biden being seen in person by only a relative smattering of Americans given security lockdowns after the Jan. 6 Capitol attack and public health protocols amid the ongoing pandemic.

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3:45 p.m.

President Joe Biden and his family have concluded his inaugural parade by walking a final short distance of the route to the White House.

Biden, his wife, Jill Biden, their children and their grandchildren held hands Wednesday afternoon as they strolled, waving to a mostly nonexistent crowd because of coronavirus social distancing guidelines.

Biden jogged over to the sidelines several times to stop to talk to reporters and spectators.

The first family arrived on the White House grounds with a band playing and press in tow.

Joe and Jill Biden completed the trip by embracing at the entrance to the White House while the band played \u201cHail to the Chief.\u201d

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3:35 p.m.

Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says he hopes Donald Trump will continue to be the leader of the Republican Party after his election defeat and second impeachment.

The Republican senator said Wednesday during an interview on Fox News that \u201cif you\u2019re wanting to erase Donald Trump from the party, you\u2019re going to get erased.\u201d

Over the course of Trump\u2019s one-term presidency, Graham went from being one of his fiercest critics to being one of his most prominent allies in Congress.

Graham said it was inappropriate for Republicans in Congress to try to overturn President Joe Biden\u2019s victory and called Trump\u2019s comments ahead of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot \u201ca big mistake.\u201d But he says ultimately that it wasn\u2019t a crime and that he blames \u201cthe people that came into the Capitol, not him.\u201d

He said he thinks there would be a lot of support for Trump if he ran again in 2024.

He added: \u201cBut I\u2019m not worried about 2024. I want to help Biden where I can, I want to get this country back on track.\u201d

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3:25 p.m.

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says it really lifted her heart to see Joe Biden sworn in as president on the same platform that supporters of President Donald Trump climbed when they attacked the Capitol two weeks ago.

Clinton and her husband, the former President Bill Clinton, attended Wednesday\u2019s inauguration of Biden. Afterward, she told The Associated Press that she was \u201crelieved and grateful\u201d to see Biden sworn in with a peaceful transition of power.

That\u2019s been taken for granted in the U.S. for over two centuries. But two weeks ago, hundreds of Trump supporters invaded the Capitol in an attempt to stop Congress from formally certifying Biden\u2019s election victory over Trump.

The House impeached Trump a week later on a charge of inciting an insurrection.

Clinton says she thinks it was meaningful to many Americans to see Biden take his oath of office where, \u201cjust a few weeks ago, marauders and terrorists had been attempting to stop democracy.\u201d

Trump defeated Clinton for the presidency in 2016.

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3:15 p.m.

The highest-ranking Black member of Congress says former President George W. Bush lauded his role as a \u201csavior\u201d in helping get President Joe Biden elected to the White House.

U.S. House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn said Wednesday on a call with reporters that the Republican former president told him ahead of the inaugural ceremony that, if he had not given Biden the boost he did ahead of South Carolina\u2019s primary, \u201cwe would not be having this transfer of power today.\u201d

Clyburn says Bush went on to say that Biden was \u201cthe only one who could have defeated the incumbent president,\u201d Donald Trump. Trump and the Bush family didn\u2019t get along.

Clyburn\u2019s pivotal endorsement ahead of South Carolina\u2019s Democratic primary helped propel Biden to the nomination. Biden won South Carolina by a margin of nearly 30 points.

Clyburn, South Carolina\u2019s only Democratic representative in Congress, is the dean of the state\u2019s Democrats and the third-ranking member of the U.S. House.

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3:05 p.m.

President Joe Biden has spent a few of the first moments of his term at Arlington National Cemetery, honoring fallen veterans with three former presidents and their families.

The president, first lady Jill Biden, and newly sworn-in Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, presided over a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider on Wednesday.

After cannon fire rumbled in the distance, Biden saluted as a military band played the national anthem.

Biden and Harris later briefly touched the wreath before bowing their heads in prayer. The president also made the sign of the cross, then he and Harris stood somberly for the playing of taps.

Joining them at the ceremony were former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura and former President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary.

Former President Donald Trump flew to Florida before Biden was sworn into office.

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2:35 p.m.

President Joe Biden\u2019s team has started moving into the White House.

The building began humming again with activity a few hours after Biden\u2019s inauguration Wednesday as staff for the new president started moving into their offices, unpacking belongings and getting the badges that grant them easy access to the property.

New press secretary Jen Psaki tweeted that she was \u201cin the building and ready to get to work.\u201d Psaki has scheduled the new administration\u2019s first White House press briefing for later Wednesday.

Biden plans to sign a flurry of executive orders, some overturning actions by former President Donald Trump, once he gets to the Oval Office.

The White House had been largely emptied out of staff after Trump flew to Florida on Wednesday morning, skipping his successor\u2019s swearing-in.

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2:15 p.m.

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have taken part in the traditional inaugural military tradition of \u201cPass in Review.\u201d

Biden, Harris and their spouses stood Wednesday on the East Front steps of the U.S. Capitol to observe the procession of ceremonial military regiments.

Several groupings passed by the steps, with military members saluting the newly minted president and musicians playing traditional patriotic tunes.

The inaugural parade that typically follows was to be replaced by a virtual parade later in the day because of concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Following the procession, the couples climbed into vehicles to travel to Arlington National Cemetery for a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. They were to be joined by the former presidents who attended the earlier inaugural ceremony.

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1:50 p.m.

Congressional leaders have presented President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris with a variety of gifts, including a pair of flags flown over the U.S. Capitol during the inauguration.

The presentations to the officials and their respective spouses happened Wednesday in lieu of a congressional luncheon that typically follows the inauguration ceremony.

Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota said Lenox had crafted a pair of commemorative vases for Biden and Harris, each weighing 32 pounds (14.5 kilograms).

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell gifted them with a pair of U.S. flags that were flown over the Capitol during the inauguration. McConnell noted that both Biden and Harris served in the Senate and \u201cskipped the House altogether.\u201d

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer presented photos from Wednesday\u2019s ceremony.

Republican Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri noted that the Smithsonian had loaned a painting titled \u201cLandscape with Rainbow\u201d by a notable Black painter from around the time of the Civil War.

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1:40 p.m.

Vice President Kamala Harris has now taken on a role that would have typically been performed by the outgoing president.

Harris and her husband, second gentleman Doug Emhoff, stood on the U.S. Capitol steps Wednesday to bid farewell to her predecessor, former Vice President Mike Pence, and his wife, Karen.

The two couples stood and chatted for a few moments, even laughing, on the steps before the Pences got into a vehicle and were driven away.

President Donald Trump typically would have performed the sendoff for his second-in-command but opted to skip Wednesday\u2019s inaugural festivities.

Trump and his wife, Melania, went straight from the White House to Joint Base Andrews earlier Wednesday. He gave a campaign-style farewell speech before boarding Air Force One for a final time as president and traveling to his home in Florida.

Pence opted not to attend that event, instead attending Biden\u2019s inauguration.

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BRISBANE, Australia (AP) \u2014 Cricket Australia has run afoul of the country\u2019s prime minister for refusing to refer to the national holiday in the marketing of three matches on Jan. 26 after a recommendation from its Indigenous advisory committee.

Australia Day is held annually on Jan. 26, the anniversary of the day in 1788 when Captain Arthur Phillip guided a fleet of 11 British ships carrying convicts into Botany Bay in what is now Sydney.

Citizenship ceremonies, parades, festivals and barbecues are held in cities and towns around the country on the date, but there are also protests and demonstrations.

Many in Australia\u2019s Indigenous community refer to it as \u201cInvasion Day,\u201d and the start of persecution and hardships at the hands of colonizers and later federal and state governments. There's been public debate over finding an alternative date to celebrate the national holiday.

Three Twenty20 matches in Australia's Big Bash League are scheduled for Jan. 26, and Cricket Australia's National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cricket Advisory Committee recommended the day simply be referred to as January 26 instead of Australia Day.

\u201cA bit more focus on cricket and a little less focus on politics would be my message to Cricket Australia,\u201d Prime Minister Scott Morrison told a radio station Thursday in Rockhampton, central Queensland state. \u201cI think that\u2019s pretty ordinary.\u201d

On Jan. 26, one match is scheduled for Adelaide Oval and the other two at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Three BBL teams will also wear Indigenous-design jerseys in matches on or leading up to the day. A barefoot circle, welcome to country and smoking ceremony conducted by Aboriginal people will take place before some games.

\u201cThey thought it was pretty important to not remove cultural elements we have celebrated all season on a day like that,\u201d Cricket Australia\u2019s diversity and inclusion manager Adam Cassidy told Australian Associated Press.

Sydney Thunder pace bowler Brendan Doggett, who has Indigenous heritage, is firmly behind the plans for Jan. 26.

\u201cI hate conflict. So I am of the opinion if we can all merge forward together that\u2019s ideal,\u201d Doggett said. \u201cThe way we\u2019re going to do that is by starting conversations and talking about it and acknowledging the history of what\u2019s happened.\u201d

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) \u2014 Republicans in the California state Senate replaced their legislative leader on Wednesday, a shakeup to start the session after the party lost two seats in the November election that saw their caucus dwindle to a historically low number.

Senate Republicans unanimously voted to replace Sen. Shannon Grove of Bakersfield with Sen. Scott Wilk of Santa Clarita, the caucus announced.

Grove, a U.S. Army veteran, was elected Republican leader two years ago. She led a small but vocal Republican caucus in deep-blue California where Republicans in the Legislature don't have enough numbers to block the will of the Democratic majority.

California Republicans had reason to celebrate in some November races, when they outperformed expectations despite having an unpopular incumbent president at the top of the ticket. Republicans picked up three U.S. House seats after having won back the 25th district north of Los Angeles earlier in the year. Republicans in the state Assembly had a net gain of one seat.

But that momentum did not carry over into the state Senate, where two Republican incumbents lost, giving the party just nine of 40 seats. It's the lowest number of Republicans in the chamber since 1883, according to Alex Vassar, an unofficial legislative historian at the California State Library.

\u201cWith the start of a new legislative session, I know Senator Wilk will do an outstanding job leading the caucus as we face the many challenges that lie ahead,\u201d Grove said in a news release. \u201cIt has been an honor to serve as the Senate Republican Leader and fight for Californians who far too often don't have their voices heard in the Capitol.\u201d

The leadership change came as Republicans are regrouping after former President Donald Trump left office. Grove, a staunch Trump supporter, was criticized earlier this year when she initially blamed the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on \u201cantifa,\u201d short for \u201canti-fascists,\" an umbrella term for far-left militant groups.

Grove later deleted the tweet and wrote: \u201cThis is not the way to settle differences. Enough.\u201d

Wilk, who is seen as a more moderate member of the caucus, was first elected to the state Assembly in 2012 and the state Senate in 2016. He commended Grove for \u201cher hard work, heart and commitment.\u201d

\u201cCalifornia is facing unprecedented challenges and Senate Republicans stand ready with solutions,\u201d Wilk said. \u201cSenate Republicans are committed to putting the middle back in middle class by improving economic opportunities for all Californians, restoring faith in government, and ensuring our children and families receive the support they need to succeed.\u201d

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ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. (AP) \u2014 Jaren Holmes had 18 points and nine rebounds as St. Bonaventure beat VCU 70-54 on Wednesday night.

Dominick Welch had 19 points for St. Bonaventure (7-1, 5-1 Atlantic 10 Conference), which earned its fifth straight win. Kyle Lofton added 12 points, and Osun Osunniyi had nine rebounds and four assists.

Nah\u2019Shon Hyland had 16 points for the Rams (10-4, 3-2). Vince Williams Jr. added 11 points, and Hason Ward had 10 rebounds and three blocks. VCU totaled 14 points in the second half, a season low.

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BEIJING \u2014 China is imposing some of its toughest travel restrictions yet as coronavirus cases surge in several northern provinces ahead of the Lunar New Year.

Next month\u2019s festival is the most important time of the year for family gatherings in China, and for many migrant workers it is often the only time they are able to return to their rural homes.

This year, however, travelers must have a negative virus test within seven days of departure, and many local governments are ordering quarantines and other strict measures on travelers.

A national health official had this message Wednesday for Chinese citizens: \u201cDo not travel or have gatherings unless it\u2019s necessary.\u201d

Officials are predicting Chinese will make 1.7 billion trips during the travel rush. That is down 40% from 2019.

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THE VIRUS OUTBREAK:

Britain hits another record daily virus deaths. Ontario's leader asks Biden for 1 million vaccine shots due to Pfizer shortfall for Canada. India to start delivering Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines to neighboring countries. Expert panel says both China and the WHO should have acted faster to prevent the pandemic. Surging infections give Spain\u2019s new emergency hospital in Madrid a chance for use. Italy ponders suing Pfizer for vaccine delays.

\u2014\u2014Follow all of AP\u2019s pandemic coverage at https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-pandemic, https://apnews.com/hub/coronavirus-vaccine and https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak

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HERE\u2019S WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING:

MEXICO CITY \u2014 Mexico has had a second consecutive day of COVID-19 deaths surpassing 1,500. Officials reported 1,539 such deaths Wednesday, a day after 1,584 deaths were listed. There was also a near-record one-day rise in new virus cases of 20,548.

Mexico has seen almost 1.69 million confirmed coronavirus infections and over 144,000 test-confirmed deaths related to COVID-19. With the country\u2019s extremely low testing rate, official estimates suggest the real death toll is closer to 195,000.

Mexico City is the current epicenter of the pandemic in the country, and 89% of the capital\u2019s hospital beds are in use. For the nation as a whole, 61% of hospital beds are filled.

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. \u2014 Florida\u2019s surgeon general is urging the federal government to increase allotments of coronavirus vaccine to states like his where large concentrations of seniors face the greatest risk of illness and death from COVID-19.

But Dr. Scott Rivkees added Wednesday in an interview with The Associated Press that Floridians will eventually get their turns at vaccination. In his words, \u201cThe message is this: We will get to you.\u201d

It will be many months before all Floridians can be vaccinated. With 21.5 million people, Florida is the country\u2019s third most populous state, and the state has vaccinated at least 1.1 million people so far.

Since the pandemic began, the state has recorded about 1.6 million coronavirus cases and had more than 24,500 deaths \u2014 83% of them 65 or older.

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O\u2019FALLON, Mo. -- Missouri's governor says the state plans to have mass vaccination sites by the end of the month in an effort to get more protection against the coronavirus to more people.

Gov. Mike Parson said Wednesday that he will activate the National Guard to help with new vaccination sites in each of the nine Missouri State Highway Patrol regions. Specific dates and locations for the sites were not announced. Each will be capable of administering up to 2,500 doses per day.

The state also plans to send \u201ctargeted vaccination teams\u201d to St. Louis and Kansas City, where they will work with clergy to help get vaccinations to \u201cvulnerable populations\u201d in the two cities.

State officials say at least 250,000 Missourians have been vaccinated so far. The state\u2019s initial doses have been for people such as health care workers, residents and staff at long-term care facilities and those at high-risk of serious illness.

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FRANKFORT, Ky \u2014 Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is warning his state that although it is ramping up its vaccination effort, demand continues to outpace supply.

He says that \u201cthe supply that we\u2019re going to get next week is already 30,000 doses underneath our ability of what we can put in someone\u2019s arm in just a seven-day span.\u201d

As of Wednesday, Kentucky has administered around 60% of doses designated for its state immunization program and roughly a third of doses in the Long Term Care Facilities Program.

While Kentuckians age 70 and up are now eligible for the vaccine, many are having to wait for more appointments to become available due to the limited supply.

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LONDON \u2014 An arthritis drug tried in patients with severe COVID-19 showed no benefit in a study that was stopped early because of safety concerns. The study was published Wednesday in the British journal The BMJ.

The drug tocilizumab hadn\u2019t been recommended outside a clinical trial, but some less rigorous research had suggested it could help.

The study found more deaths in patients who received the drug. The deaths were attributed to COVID-19 related breathing problems or organ failure.

The drug is sold by Switzerland-based Roche as Actemra and RoActemra for treating rheumatoid arthritis and some other diseases. It lowers inflammation by tamping down a protein called interleukin-6 that\u2019s often found in excess in COVID-19 patients.

The study involving 129 patients at nine hospitals in Brazil found no benefit for those who got the arthritis drug along with standard care. Two weeks later, 11 patients who received the drug had died, against two in the other half who didn\u2019t.

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ATLANTA \u2014 Judges say Georgia\u2019s court system could take years to dig out of a backlog of jury trials delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

State Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton told lawmakers during hearings Wednesday that it could take one to two years to catch up. Superior Court Judge Wade Padgett estimated it could be more like three years.

Under state law, Melton has been renewing a declaration of judicial emergency every 30 days, limiting what court cases can happen in person. He says he\u2019s eager to resume jury trials as soon as possible.

For a period late last year, Melton allowed some jury trials to go ahead. But Melton says rising infection rates forced another shutdown.

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SACRAMENTO \u2014 California reported its second-highest number of COVID-19 deaths Wednesday but also a dip in hospitalizations below 20,000 for the first time since Dec. 27.

The California Department of Public Health has reported the total of 694 new deaths is second to the record 708 reported on Jan. 8. Hospitalizations stood at 19,979.

California officials are pinning their hopes on President Joe Biden as they struggle to obtain coronavirus vaccines to curb a coronavirus surge that has packed hospitals and morgues.

Doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been arriving haphazardly as they make their way from the source to counties, cities and hospitals.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio \u2014 The Ohio Department of Health has said a pharmacy responsible for distributing the coronavirus vaccine to Ohio nursing homes failed to document storage temperatures for leftover shots, resulting in 890 doses being wasted.

The agency said on Wednesday that it suspended SpecialtyRx in Columbus from the distribution system and ordered it not to administer any of the wasted doses.

Officials said SpecialtyRx received an initial 1,500 doses of the Moderna vaccine late last year for distribution to eight nursing homes and had 890 leftover.

The state said the company failed to properly record the minimum and maximum refrigerator and freezer temperatures for the leftover doses each day during transportation.

Department spokesperson Melanie Amato said the doses are considered wasted because the monitoring wasn\u2019t done properly.

An official with New Jersey-based SpecialtyRx said Wednesday she wasn\u2019t aware of the problem but promised a company response.

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NEW YORK \u2014 New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he expects the state to exhaust its supply of vaccine available to people receiving their first dose within two or three days.

\u201cWhat\u2019s clear now is we\u2019re going to be going from week to week and you will see a constant pattern of basically running out, waiting for the next week\u2019s allocation, and then starting up again,\u201d the Democrat said.

He urged health care facilities to be careful not to schedule appointments to give away vaccine they haven\u2019t been allocated yet, \u201cbecause we don\u2019t know what we\u2019re going to get next week and we don\u2019t know where we\u2019re going to distribute it next week.\u201d

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OKLAHOMA CITY \u2014 The Oklahoma State Department of Health said Wednesday that it is seeking volunteers to help at vaccination sites in the state.

The department\u2019s Medical Reserve Corps said Wednesday that both medical and non-medical volunteers are needed to give vaccinations, handle registration and other tasks. The volunteers work at points of dispensing sites at more than 50 locations in the state.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Oklahoma has administered 242,093 vaccinations, including 30,919 to people who have now received the required two doses of vaccine. The CDC reported the state has received 455,275 doses thus far.

According to Johns Hopkins University, Oklahoma had the fourth highest number of new cases per capita in the nation Wednesday with 1,270 per 100,000 residents during the past two weeks. The health department reported 1,986 new cases Wednesday and 48 more deaths due to the virus.

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TOPEKA, Kan. \u2014 The top health official in Kansas has told lawmakers that the state will likely see a small uptick in immediate supply of the COVID-19 vaccine with the change in presidential administrations.

In a joint hearing Tuesday before Senate and House health panels, Dr. Lee Norman, head of the state health department, said he has been told the state will probably get a 1% or 2% increase in its vaccine supply in the short run.

The federal government allocates vaccines to states based on population. Kansas, with its population of 3 million, receives 1% of the nation\u2019s allocated vaccines, he said, adding that the state has at times been shorted as much as half of its anticipated supply.

The state\u2019s COVID-19 vaccine rollout prioritizes health care workers and nursing homes in its first phase, which is almost complete. About a third of the state\u2019s population will be covered in the second phase, which covers people ages 65 and older, those in congregate settings such as prisons, and high-contact critical workers.

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MADRID \u2014 Spain\u2019s government is resisting calls by regional health authorities to let them impose earlier curfews amid a sharp rise in coronavirus cases.

Spain\u2019s hospitals are filling up again after a third rise in infections since the start of the pandemic. Another 464 people were reported dead on Wednesday, increasing the confirmed death toll to 54,637.

Some regions want the government to allow a change of the curfew to 8 p.m., instead of the current 10 p.m. allowed under a state of emergency.

Health Minister Salvador Illa says the ministry would \u201cevaluate\u201d the request, even though he insisted it wasn\u2019t needed because of current measures.

Spain registered another 41,000 cases on Wednesday in the midst of rolling out its vaccination program. Despite the recent hiccups in the shipments the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, Spain broke 1 million vaccines administered on Wednesday.

Spain has 2.4 million confirmed cases, eighth in the world. It has registered more than 54,000 deaths, 10th globally.

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RIO DE JANEIRO \u2014 At 106, Z\u00e9lia de Carvalho Morley rolled up a sleeve and looked stoically to the side as a nurse slid in a COVID-19 shot.

She was one of thousands in Brazil to get the vaccine on Wednesday, but one of very few old enough to recall a viral pandemic that swept her nation and the world a century ago.

Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1914, Morley was a girl when the Spanish flu killed millions around the world in 1918-1920, when no vaccines were available.

\u201cThe whole of Brazil caught it. Too many people died,\u201d Morley told The Associated Press. \u201cI think this vaccine is going to be very good.\u201d

She displayed a generous smile before placing her light blue mask back on her face.

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ISLAMABAD \u2014 Pakistan\u2019s top health official expressed his optimism that the government can get about one million doses of COVID-19 vaccine by March.

Faisal Sultan says Pakistan\u2019s talks with the manufacturers of Sinopharm and Cansino vaccines are at an advanced stage. He says Sinopharm\u2019s vaccine has been used in several countries and it had an efficacy of 80% to 85%.

He says clinical trials of Cansino\u2019s vaccine are near completion in Pakistan and their results will be available soon. Sultan says health workers will get vaccine first and 400,000 health workers had registered for it.

Pakistan reported 48 new deaths from coronavirus and 1,772 cases in the past 24 hours. Pakistan has registered 11,103 total confirmed deaths and 524,783 cases.

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LONDON \u2014 For the second day running, Britain had another record increase in coronavirus-related deaths.

The government says another 1,820 people died in the 28 days after testing positive for the coronavirus. That takes the confirmed total to 93,290, which is Europe\u2019s highest virus-related death toll and fifth highest in the world.

The lockdown restrictions across the U.K. have helped reduce the number of people contracting the virus, although the U.K. is still recording high levels of infections when compared with other nations in Europe, such as France or Germany.

On Wednesday, the U.K. recorded another 38,905 new cases. That\u2019s up from the previous day\u2019s 33,355. However, it\u2019s below the seven-day average of nearly 60,000 earlier this month.

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SALEM, Ore. (AP) \u2014 Normally quiet streets around U.S. state capitol buildings have looked more like battlegrounds recently, putting those who live and work there on edge.

More than most people, these Americans will have front-row seats on whether the change of leadership Wednesday in the White House will lead to a lessening of tension that has been afflicting the nation. They'll be watching what the next chapter brings from storefronts and the porches and stoops of their own homes.

Their sense of foreboding was lightened, just a little, by Wednesday\u2019s inauguration. As President Joe Biden was sworn into office, demonstrations at state capitols were scant, with only a few protesters showing up, and in some cities, none at all.

Some expect Biden's focus on unity \u2014 a word he used eight times in his inaugural address \u2014 will have an effect, but they say how the people react will be key.

Jonathan Jones' front-row seat to what happens next is his restaurant that is decorated with Black Lives Matter signs and art near the Oregon State Capitol. Epilogue Kitchen and Cocktails has been vandalized by a white supremacist. One day, police showed up as Jones, who is Black, and his friends were being accosted by neo-fascist Proud Boys. The police at first confronted Jones' group as if they were the threat.

\u201cThere\u2019s not a person who stood with me that day who didn\u2019t think that they might die,\u201d Jones said. \u201cAnd the most awful part was not knowing if it was going to come from the police or from the Proud Boys.\"

Jones watched Biden's inauguration on TV, and in the afterglow called it \u201ca beautiful moment.\u201d

\u201cIt was fantastic to see the president of the United States denounce and repudiate white supremacy multiple times and to acknowledge that we\u2019re long overdue as a country to actually achieve some form of racial justice,\u201d Jones said. \u201cMy hope is that things are dealt with quickly, but my expectation is that it will take quite some time to to see any actual change.\u201d

Brian Henderson, minister of First Baptist Church of Denver that sits across an avenue from the shuttered Colorado Capitol, was so close to the upheavals of 2020 that he was struck in the left knee with a pepper ball. Henderson had been handing out water from the front steps of his small brick church as thousands battled police during riots over George Floyd\u2019s killing.

Many neighboring businesses and state government buildings have boarded up their windows and doors in anticipation of possible violence but the church has not, to avoid giving the wrong message.

\u201cWe can\u2019t let fear stop us from doing what we have to do,\u201d Henderson said.

Henderson watched the inaugural with church staff and then stepped outside to reflect and bask in the historic moment.

\u201cThere was this strong breeze. The sun was warm. The sky was blue. The air felt fresh. It\u2019s a new day. We have a new president,\u201d Henderson said.

In Washington state, a neighborhood next to the Capitol in Olympia boasts mid-century and 100-year-old homes. On normal days, the tranquil scene is one that Norman Rockwell could have depicted in idyllic portraits of American life, residents say.

But in recent weeks, frequent protests involving people in tactical gear and armed with guns have created a climate of fear. People shout into megaphones, loud trucks drive down narrow streets, residents are called names or harassed, media helicopters and police planes fly overhead.

\u201cThere\u2019s no retreat, because it\u2019s your house, it\u2019s where you live. It\u2019s been a little jolting, and exhausting,\u201d said the woman, who is so afraid for the safety of herself and her family that she spoke to a reporter only on condition she not be identified.

She said she is optimistic that Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will be able to accomplish many things.

\u201cBut I\u2019m not sure that will change the real divisions we\u2019ve all seen,\u201d she said. \u201dPeople are behaving so differently, openly, that I don\u2019t know \u2014 moving forward as a country \u2014 if we\u2019ll be able to find each other again.\u201d

Near the gold-domed statehouse in Boston, Catya Kurban said Wednesday she's looking forward to more stability under Biden but worries about backlash and violence from supporters of former President Donald Trump.

\u201cI\u2019m also trying to be realistic about changes,\u201d she said. \"I know they won\u2019t happen overnight.\u201d

Isaac Smith, a 21-year-old Harvard University junior walking across the street, said he voted for Biden and was excited for what\u2019s to come.

\u201cNo matter which way you look at it, it\u2019s historic. Things are going to change,\u201d he said. \u201cThe previous administration harmed American Democracy, and I think I\u2019m with a lot of my fellow Americans in that I hope this administration can start to repair some of the relationships with our allies and the damage he\u2019s done in terms of climate change and immigration.\u201d

In Washington, D.C., a restaurant named We, the Pizza is located just one block from barricades surrounding the U.S. Capitol, where Biden was sworn in. The pizzeria has been feeding thousands of National Guard troops and other security and first responders, using donations from around the nation.

Manager Rob Earley said a girl around 6 years old brought in a check for $1,000 on Tuesday \u2014 money she had raised to feed the soldiers.

\u201cI had tears in my eyes,\u201d Earley said. \u201cIt's good to see people that young that are wanting to be so involved in what's going on and wanting to be part of making change.\u201d

He believes Biden's new tone \u201cwill help ease tensions and make things a little bit better. It will help mellow things out a little bit.\u201d

Back in Oregon, Jones has been buoyed by people coming out in support of his restaurant, as customers and guardians. On Sunday, Robert Fox, a glass-blowing artist, sat in his sedan parked in front of the restaurant, keeping watch before Jones and his wife, Maura Ryan, showed up to prepare meals, available only for takeout during coronavirus shutdowns.

\u201cI\u2019m just making sure nothing happens,\u201d Fox said as a dozen gun-toting, far-right protesters stood outside the Capitol, three blocks away.

Jones said actions like that give him hope.

\u201cI think that in spite of how loud the far right is, I think the bulk of the country is not that,\u201d Jones said. \u201cAnd I think that the more that we can embolden people to show that solidarity and be willing to stand up and stand next to everybody and present that unified front, then I think the quicker we\u2019ll get to the end of this.\u201d

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Associated Press writers Rachel La Corte in Olympia, Washington; James Anderson in Denver; and Philip Marcelo in Boston, contributed to this report.

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Follow Andrew Selsky on Twitter at https://twitter.com/andrewselsky

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WASHINGTON (AP) \u2014 The reminders of the siege were everywhere.

On the very spot where President Joe Biden delivered his inaugural address, an insurrectionist mob had tried \u2014 and failed \u2014 to overturn his election just two weeks before. Nearby, at the Capitol's West Terrace doors, a police officer was brutally assaulted with a flagpole in a one of the siege's most chaotic moments.

And from the podium, the starkest sight of all: a National Mall mostly empty, dotted with troops, the usual crowd of spectators replaced by a silent field of American flags.

The Associated Press has the privilege of a seat on the inaugural platform every four years in a tradition dating as far back as anyone can remember. But there had never been a ceremony quite like this, in the still-fresh aftermath of a violent challenge to the peaceful transition of power that the inaugural is designed to celebrate.

Solemn in purpose and demeanor, Biden did not work the room \u2014 not much, anyway. He was on a clock. At noon, he would become president.

And at that moment, the Democratic-heavy crowd gave the new president hearty applause, with some of the House lawmakers in attendance audibly voicing relief.

Unlike Trump's 2017 inauguration, which featured a speech that promised an end to decades of \u201cAmerican carnage,\" Biden returned again and again to a theme of national unity.

\u201cI thought that inaugural ceremony today was so filled with energy, spirit and love,\u201d said Hillary Clinton, the former first lady, senator and a losing presidential candidate in 2008 and 2016.

Performers included Lady Gaga, whose soaring rendition of \u201cThe Star-Spangled Banner\" left some in the audience agape. Garth Brooks, a country superstar and Republican with a huge following in Trump strongholds, led the group in \u201cAmazing Grace.\"

The blue jean-clad Brooks, obviously elated, almost danced away, but not before greeting the new president and three ex-presidents \u2014 including an oops-I-almost-missed-you hug with former President George W. Bush.

\u201cHe just said, \u2018I love you guys,'\" Clinton said, with a hearty laugh. \u201cAnd we said, \u2018We love you too, Garth.'\"

Republican Sen. James Lankford, from Brooks' native Oklahoma, said the message of grace is just what a riven nation needs.

\u201cHe made time when he finished singing to then go personally greet every one of the former presidents there and give them a very non-socially distanced hug, to be able to touch base with everybody and to try to set an example for people to say, \u2018Hey, let's figure out if we can actually extend some grace to each other during this time.'\"

Young poet laureate Amanda Gorman was beaming \u2014 under her mask \u2014 after receiving plaudits from Vice President Kamala Harris, Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

\u201cI was really nervous while I was doing it, so I'm kind of glad it's over,\" Gorman told The Associated Press. Given the reception she was getting from so many big names and important people, she said, \u201cI'm smiling but you can't see it.\"

Biden delivered his 21-minute address before a teleprompter in a stand of photographers. The teleprompter ensured a quick pace and gave Biden helpful hints such as a reminder to \u201cbuild\" to the finish. Biden had just a handful of small verbal stumbles and couldn\u2019t resist adding an unscripted \u201cfolks\u201d \u2014 a personal trademark \u2014 toward the end.

Before the ceremony, a morning mist left the platform icy. The wind whipped throughout. There were just enough snow flurries to tell stories about. And by the end, the sun came out and shown brilliantly.

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WASHINGTON (AP) \u2014 Former President Donald Trump\u2019s hand-picked chief of U.S. international broadcasting has quit amid a burgeoning staff revolt and growing calls for his resignation.

Michael Pack resigned as the chief executive office of the U.S. Agency for Global Media just minutes after President Joe Biden was inaugurated on Wednesday. The agency runs the Voice of America and sister networks.

Pack had created a furor when he took over the agency last year and fired the boards of all the outlets under his control along with the leadership of the individual broadcast networks. The actions were criticized as threatening the broadcasters' prized editorial independence.

Biden had been expected to make major changes to the agency's structure and management but Pack\u2019s early departure signaled those may be coming sooner rather than later. Though many presidential appointees resign when a new administration comes in, Pack was not required to do so. His three-year position was created by Congress is not limited by the length of a particular administration.

In resigning, Pack cited the incoming administration\u2019s desire for new leadership at the agency. Shortly after his departure the Biden White House announced that a veteran VOA journalist, Kelu Chao, would helm USAGM in on an interim basis.

\u201cI serve at the pleasure of not one particular president, but the office of the president itself,\u201d Pack said in a resignation letter sent to staffers. \u201cThe new administration has requested my resignation, and that is why I have tendered it as of 2PM today.\u201d

The letter said that \"a great amount of much-needed reform was achieved in the past eight months, some of this work is outlined in a series of recently-released agency statements.\u201d Yet those statements were seen by many, including Republican and Democratic lawmakers and a significant number of employees, as being antithetical to the agency's mandate to provide international audiences with unbiased, uncensored and nonpolitical information.

VOA was founded during World War II and its congressional charter requires it to present independent news and information to international audiences.

Pack is a conservative filmmaker and former associate of Trump\u2019s onetime political strategist Steve Bannon. Pack\u2019s moves raised fears that he intended to turn venerable U.S. media outlets into pro-Trump propaganda machines. His actions had done little to dissuade those concerns and had attracted a large amount of criticism from supporters of the agency's mission.

Indeed, just on Tuesday he appointed new conservative members to the boards of Radio Free Asia, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and the Middle East Broadcasting Networks.

Only last week, Pack attracted new criticism when one his top aides demoted a VOA White House reporter after she asked a question of then-Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. That reassignment prompted a new round of criticism and demands for VOA chief Robert Reilly to resign. In addition to Republican criticism, the incoming chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. Robert Menendez. D-N.J., demanded changes in leadership.

Biden\u2019s team had made clear it was not pleased with Pack's record on the job and had sent numerous signals that he should go.

Pack\u2019s appointments to specific networks and boards of directors may be more difficult for the Biden administration to rescind without congressional action. Some appointees now enjoy federal employment protections.

Transition officials said last week they were looking into ways that legislation could be amended or replaced to make dismissals of certain personnel easier.

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FARMVILLE, Va. (AP) \u2014 Justin Hill had a season-high 20 points as Longwood got past High Point 67-54 on Wednesday night.

Juan Munoz had 14 points for Longwood (5-13, 4-8 Big South Conference). Heru Bligen added 10 points.

John-Michael Wright had 21 points for the Panthers (3-8, 1-5). Lydell Elmore added 14 points and three blocks.

The Lancers improve to 2-0 against the Panthers for the season. Longwood defeated High Point 75-54 on Tuesday.

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PITTSBURGH (AP) \u2014 Michael Hughes recorded 15 points and 10 rebounds to lift Duquesne to a 71-69 win over Rhode Island on Wednesday night.

Makhel Mitchell had a dunk with 5:05 remaining to give Rhode Island a 67-66 lead but it was the final field goal for the Rams, who led by 17 points late in the first half. Tavian Dunn-Martin made 1 of 2 free throws for Duquesne with 17 seconds remaining and D.J. Johnson was off on a 3-pointers at the other end as time expired.

Chad Baker had 19 points and five assists for Duquesne (4-5, 3-4 Atlantic 10 Conference). Marcus Weathers added 12 points.

Mitchell had 16 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks for the Rams (7-8, 4-4). Fatts Russell added 13 points and six assists, and Antwan Walker had 10 points.

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