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Park Board seeks committee members for north Mpls. park updates in coming…
01.21 / 21:37
startribune.com
TAMPA — The fortitude they gave was offset by no fouls to give. Guts weren't complemented by a go-to scorer. At key moments, defense and depth betrayed…
01.21 / 21:37
tampabay.com
Big-names turned out to participate in the Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21. …
01.21 / 21:36
nydailynews.com
So many people turned out for the Women’s March​ on Chicago that organizers canceled their plans to march dow…
01.21 / 21:17
cbsnews.com
(AP) — University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols says a strategic planning initiative that began about four months ago is moving along as scheduled. The Laramie Boomerang reports (http://bit.ly/2jMo8s3 ) that Nichols addressed the UW Board of Trustees this past week about the plan's p…
01.21 / 21:00
sfgate.com
Marchers are sending a message to the new Trump administration through the signs they proudly hold above them. …
01.21 / 20:36
cnn.com
About 500,000 people packed the streets of Washington to rally against President Trump, with the turnout doubling that of his inauguration. …
01.21 / 19:46
nydailynews.com
The New York man was arrested after running across 14 lanes of traffic by the George Washington Bridge, cops…
01.21 / 19:24
nj.com
Demonstrators packed Los Angeles metro trains to reach the rallying site under clear blue skies Saturday morning, a day after about 2,000 people marched through a rare, ferocious rainstorm to protest President Donald Trump's inauguration in front of City Hall. Many were dressed in purple ponchos, a color chosen as a symbol protesting bullying, said bridge demonstration organizer Lisa Sato, something the new president's critics have often accused him of. In Los Angeles, several dozen…
01.21 / 19:10
sfgate.com
Bedenbaugh says firefighters used only 250 gallons of water on the blaze to save as much of the mail as they could. Bedenbaugh says setting fire to the post office is a federal…
01.21 / 18:33
sfgate.com
“We’ve come a long way, and we could lose it in a heartbeat,” said one protester in a wheelchair about the election of Donald Trump. Marchers were headed to the State Capitol for a noon ral…
01.21 / 17:21
startribune.com
Luis Bracamontes, a suspect in the killing of two deputies, insisted Friday that he is guilty and wants to be sentenced to death, then threatened to kill his lawyers during … Click to Continue…
01.21 / 17:20
sacbee.com
Throngs of people streamed into the nation’s capital Saturday to attend a massive march in support of women’s rights and civil rights and in protest of President Donald Trump, far … Click to Continue »…
01.21 / 16:43
star-telegram.com
After threat of invasion from neighboring Senegal to enforce election results, former President Yahya Jammeh of Gambia agreed to peacefully relinquish his post. Jammeh lost the contest in December and initially conceded. Then, a week later, he announced he would not leave office but rather would continue his two-decade rule of the tiny West African nation. Saturday morning, Jammeh gave a televised speech announcing he has "decided today in good conscience to relinquish the mantle of…
01.21 / 16:08
theweek.com
The state filed a motion barring The Trentonian and from reporting further on a child abuse…
01.21 / 15:43
nj.com
After initially opting for an art museum visit instead of tuning in to President Trump's inaugural address, German Chancellor Angela Merkel promised Saturday to seek opportunities for cooperation with the new American administration. "First, I believe firmly that it is best for all of us if we work together based on rules, common values, and joint action in the international economic system, in the international trade system, and make our contributions to the military alliances," said the…
01.21 / 15:32
theweek.com
Gripping video footage shows a motorcyclist rear-ending a vehicle on northbound Interstate 5 in Tumwater, then hanging on for a ride atop the car’s trunk. The video was uploaded to … Click to Continue »…
01.21 / 15:30
star-telegram.com
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Two Ohio lawmakers plan to introduce legislation that would prohibit the state's public transit unions from starting strikes. Republican State Rep. Niraj Antani, of Miamisburg, has asked for draft language on a proposal to allow the governor to call and personally negotiate binding a…
01.21 / 15:29
sfgate.com
Tornado hits Hattiesburg, Mississippi, area in the dark of night, killing people, flattening scores of…
01.21 / 15:09
cbsnews.com
The book, printed in China, goes for just $32 at Target and $45 on Amazon. …
01.21 / 14:52
nydailynews.com