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George W. Bush took his oath of office on a Bible first used by George Washington and later by George H.W. Bush, the president whose son was inaugurated yesterday.

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Bush inaugurated America's 43rd president
George Walker Bush was inaugurated the 43rd president of the United States in a chilling drizzle Saturday, promising he can ease suffering and heal the wounds of warring ideologies if Americans will follow the guidance of “a power larger than ourselves” and be “citizens, not spectators.”
Hula shines through cold rain
Latest coverage of the Bush inauguration from the Associated Press, including full text of inaugural speech

Friends say fear drove gunman to final act
In the two weeks before he shot and killed his ex-girlfriend, Michell Udani’s friends say he was surrounded by rejection and depression and danger, real or perceived.

Today in 'Ohana
It's on every parent's mind: am I raising my child right? Beginning today in the 'Ohana section is the first in a yearlong series of stories offering advice and guidance on child rearing. The first report is a look at how to help children control their anger.

Super Bowl coverage
Starting tomorrow, read our coverage of the Super Bowl from USA Today, including pre-game and post-game interviews, an interactive trivia game and live scores and updates.

Army fails to dispel Makua concerns
The Army yesterday gave tours to show what its proposed live-fire training in Makua Valley would be safe, but opponents remained unconvinced.

Wahiawa triangle to get traffic light
'Outrigger' telescopes would target giant planets
New lawmaker settles with school
Plan for coral reef reserve not ready
Faxon keeps Sony lead
Ernie Els shared the lead yesterday at the Sony Open in Hawaii for as long as it took Brad Faxon to line up his latest eagle putt. Faxon was done sharing.

Rainbows taken to overtime, but prevail over San Jose St.
Alumni rally past Rainbows in ninth, 5-4
Takanohana captures sumo title in wrestle-off
Kai rallies to 31-23 victory in Hula Bowl
Keeping the pinball rolling
In the video game age, pinball wizards hope for new magic to keep the old ball rolling. "That ball is real!" one aficionado says. "They can't simulate a pinball machine on a computer."

Art: Surfing through artists' eyes
Teaching kids to manage anger

Isles not quite a high-tech magnet
Government and business leaders have taken significant steps to drum up support for Hawai'i's fledgling technology industry. But they acknowledge it is still very much a work in progress.

Major shifts taking place in East Asia's economies
Strategy pays off for Bush portfolio

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