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Thousands of women, many donning pink hats and brandishing brightly colored signs, gathered Saturday at the…
01.21 / 21:37
indystar.com
President Donald Trump moves to mend his tumultuous relationship with the United States' spy agencies, travelling to CIA headquarters on his first full day in office and assuring officials, "I am so behind…
01.21 / 21:37
www.abc.net.au
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - A former federal prosecutor who became a judge in 2013 has been assigned to handle the corruption case against former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock. The (Springfield) State Journal-Register reports U.S. District Court Chief Judge James Shadid assigned the case to Judge Colin Bruce. Bruce presides over…
01.21 / 21:36
washingtontimes.com
The Prime Minister’s Office says the two men spoke by phone Saturday, but it was not immediately clear how long the conversation l…
01.21 / 21:36
www.theglobeandmail.com
It is the first full day in office for President Donald Trump, who has now spent his first night in the White House. So, what is on the…
01.21 / 20:56
www.abc.net.au
In a series of rapid-fire acts, the president begins fulfilling his promise to change the government he now…
01.21 / 19:15
www.politico.com
Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in the nation's capital following a long tradition of Americans marching to have their voices…
01.21 / 19:12
cbsnews.com
Police are adding a new wrinkle to the debate about their proper role in society: They now want to be a protected class. We debate whether it’s needed or a political s…
01.21 / 18:47
seattletimes.com
An abrupt end to the U.S.'s economic relationship with China would result in a deep recession for both…
01.21 / 18:25
europe.newsweek.com
Steve Yarbrough is the new president of the Arizona Senate. The Chandler Republican has faced criticism for his other…
01.21 / 18:10
azcentral.com
They showed up on the first day of President Donald Trump’s administration in support of many c…
01.21 / 17:56
detroitnews.com
Legal analysis finds president’s hiring authority overrides anti-nepotism l…
01.21 / 17:39
www.washingtonpost.com
His vist comes as the investigation into his campaign's ties to the Russian government…
01.21 / 17:23
cbsnews.com
Arizona Republican weighs in on Trump's inaugural address, why Rex Tillerson, Steve Mnuchin have his vote for…
01.21 / 17:22
cbsnews.com
WASHINGTON (AP) — Wearing pink, pointy-eared "pussyhats" to mock the new president, hundreds of thousands of women massed in the nation's capital and cities around the globe Saturday to send Donald Trump an emphatic message that they won't let his agenda go unchallenged over the next four years. The women brandished signs with messages such as "Women won't back down" and "Less fear more love" and decried Trump's stand on such issues as abortion, health care, diversity and climate c…
01.21 / 16:57
sfgate.com
Thousands of people are expected to head to Santa Ana on Saturday for the Orange County Women's March - one of many sister marches planned across the nation to coincide with the Women's March on Washington. The Santa Ana march, organized by…
01.21 / 16:57
ocregister.com
Advisers have said President Trump will move quickly in the early days of his administration to fulfill the many promises he made on the campaign trail. We're following the new president's early actions here. Also, see the Fact Checker's tracking of the promises he made in his Contract with the American Voter here. On the…
01.21 / 16:56
washingtonpost.com
Traffic was backed up in all directions as marchers converged on their starting point at St. Paul College. They’ll head toward the State Capitol at 11…
01.21 / 16:20
startribune.com
President Trump is planning to visit the CIA's headquarters in Northern Virginia on Saturday afternoon, making a gesture of goodwill after he harshly criticized the intelligence community in the run-up to his inauguration. Trump is expected to thank a few hundred career intelligence officers, White House press secretary Sean Spicer announced in a tweet. This will …
01.21 / 16:20
washingtonpost.com
Demonstrators flooded into Washington on Saturday, with hundreds of thousands expected for a potent show of force conceived as a way to demonstrate opposition to President Donald Trump—but which briefly reignited tensions between the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders wings of the Democratic Party. By Saturday morning, crowds for the Women’s March on Washington, as the rally is known, stretched far down Independence Avenue near the National Mall. Multiple protesters hoisted pro-Clinton sig…
01.21 / 16:11
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