What Obama's done so far
Jan. 20: Is inaugurated as 44th president of the United States.
Jan. 22: Orders closure of Guantanamo Bay terrorist prison, declares end to torture.
Jan. 29: Signs first bill into law making it easier for workers to sue for pay discrimination.
Feb. 9: Holds first prime-time news conference, calling on Congress to enact his economic stimulus plan.
Feb. 17: Signs into law $787 billion economic stimulus package of tax cuts and new spending.
Feb. 19: Makes first visit to a foreign country, meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Ottawa.
Feb. 23: Holds fiscal responsibility summit at the White House.
Feb. 24: Addresses a joint session of Congress for the first time, focusing on economic issues.
Feb. 26: Unveils $3.6 trillion federal budget for 2010.
Feb. 27: Announces withdrawal of all US combat forces from Iraq by August 2010.
March 5: Hosts daylong White House summit on healthcare.
March 9: Reverses President Bush's ban on federally funded embryonic stem cell research.
March 11: Signs a $410 billion spending bill to keep government running through September.
March 16: Declares he will stop insurer
March 27: Announces new strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan.
March 30: Asserts unprecedented government control over the auto industry.
March 31: Travels to London, first stop on an eight-day, six country tour of Europe and the Middle East.
April 2: Attends the Group of 20 economic summit in London.
April 5: Launches effort to rid the world of nuclear weapons in speech in Prague.
April 10: Says the economy is showing "glimmers of hope" after meeting with top economic officials.
April 12: Authorizes Navy rescue of Vermont sea captain taken hostage by Somali pirates.
April 13: Announces that Cuban-Americans will be permitted to make unlimited transfers of money and visits to relatives in Cuba.
April 16: Meets with Mexican President Felipe Calderon on his first trip to Mexico and Latin America, agrees to cooperate on combating drug violence along the US-Mexican border.
April 17: Releases memos from Bush administration authorizing harsh interrogations.
April 20: Holds first formal Cabinet meeting of his administration, ordering department heads to slice spending by $100 million.
April 23: Tells congressional leaders he will not support creation of independent panel to investigate alleged torture.