Up to two million people are expected to attend next week's presidential inauguration of Barack Obama. That would make it the largest inaugural day crowd since Lyndon Johnson was sworn in as president in 1965.
David Nakamura of the Washington Post tells Here & Now what the city is doing to prepare — and what you can expect if you're attending. We also speak with Sgt. First Class Leroy Williams, who's stationed in Fort Riley, Kan., and will be making the 19-hour drive to Washington, D.C. His wife will be meet him there after arriving from Baghdad, where she's stationed as an Army medic.
Are you going to be in D.C. on Inauguration Day? Feed back in the comments.
This program aired on January 14, 2009. The audio for this program is not available.