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Tuesday's DN: Obama highlights liberal agenda in second inaugural address

Based on his second inaugural speech, Obama is back in touch with his inner liberal.

Tuesday's DN: Obama highlights liberal agenda in second inaugural address

Based on his second inaugural speech, Obama is back in touch with his inner liberal

Also, early risers from the Philly region make it down to D.C. for the big show. And to honor the day, here's a Daily News timeline of American history through civil rights milestones.

The body of a pediatrician from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia was found bound and burned in her Center City home.

Organizers have cancelled this year's Philadelphia International Cycling Championship, leaving only drunks and bikers to climb the Wall in Manayunk.

Girard College on Monday played host to many of the projects in Philadelphia's Martin Luther King Day of Service, the largest such celebration in the country. 

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