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'We're Not Going Away': Huge Crowds for Women's Marches Against Trump
New York Times
A mass demonstration meant to challenge President Trump's administration is taking place in Washington on the day after the inauguration. Publish Date January 21, 2017. Photo by Sam Hodgson for The New York Times. Watch in Times Video ». embed.
Women's Marches: Millions of protesters around the country vow to resist Donald TrumpWashington Post
Women's March Floods Washington, Sparking Rallies WorldwideNPR
Protesters pack the Mall for women's march on DCPolitico
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Business Insider

What we should really expect on the first day of Trump's presidency
Business Insider
President-elect Donald Trump will have, if his campaign promises are to be believed, a very busy first day in office. He has pledged a slew of ambitious actions right out of the gate, including overturning a bevy of President Barack Obama's executive ...
Five takeaways from Trump's inaugurationThe Hill
Melania Trump's 'America First' Inaugural WardrobeNew York Times
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Trump issues executive order to start rolling back Obamacare
Washington (CNN) Within hours of taking the oath of office, President Donald Trump on Friday night signed an executive order aimed at trying to fulfill one of his most impassioned campaign promises: Rolling back Obamacare. The multi-part executive ...
GOP waiting to hear from Trump on ObamaCareThe Hill
Trump Issues Order To Start Chipping Away At ObamacareHuffington Post
Trump's ObamaCare order could signal insurance mandate rollbackFox News
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At CIA, Trump sticks to his media-bashing script
President Donald Trump declared fresh war on ISIS — and the news media — while trying to forge a new alliance with the intelligence community in a visit to the CIA headquarters, his first to an executive agency as president. Speaking Saturday in ...
Trump attacks the media in CIA speech and praises his election winUSA TODAY
Trump visits CIA headquarters after sharply criticizing the intelligence communityWashington Post
Trump Rejects Notion of Feud With CIA in Day-One VisitBloomberg
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Washington Post

Trump attends interfaith prayer service in Washington as a huge crowd protests his presidency
Washington Post
President Trump spent more than an hour Saturday at an interfaith prayer service designed to appeal for national unity as an expected 500,000 people streamed into the nation's capital to protest his fledgling presidency. Trump and Vice President Pence ...
Trump starts first full day in office with prayer service, expected CIA visitFox News
Trumps And Pences Attend Interfaith Inaugural Prayer ServiceNPR
Trump opens first full day on job at church while thousands protest his presidency worldwideChicago Tribune
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Washington Post

New Defense Secretary James Mattis arrives at the Pentagon, gets to work
Washington Post
Newly sworn-in Defense Secretary James N. Mattis quietly arrived at the Pentagon for the first time in his new role Saturday, stepping out of a black sport utility vehicle at noon before entering the building and getting to work. Mattis, wearing a gray ...
Senate confirms Trump's first two Cabinet membersCNN
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New York Times

Jared Kushner, Trump's Son-in-Law, Is Cleared to Serve as Adviser
New York Times
Jared Kushner arriving for the National Prayer Service at Washington National Cathedral on Saturday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has issued an opinion saying that President Trump's appointment of his ...
DOJ: Trump hiring Kushner doesn't violate anti-nepotism lawThe Hill
Nepotism Laws Don't Apply to Jared Kushner Appointment, DOJ SaysABC News
Justice Department opinion backs Trump on hiring of son-in-lawWashington Post
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Ashley Judd recites powerful 'Nasty Woman' poem at Women's March
Ashley Judd used her time at the Women's March on Washington to recite a poem called “Nasty Woman,” which refers to President Donald Trump as “a man who looks like he bathes in Cheetos dust.” The poem was written by 19-year-old Tennessee resident ...
Ashley Judd reads passionate takedown of Trump at Women's MarchNew York Daily News
Madonna, Ashley Judd, Scarlett Johansson Electrify Women's March CrowdUs Weekly
Celeb-spotting at Women's March eventsUSA TODAY
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Women's March Storms Washington: 'The Revolution Starts Here,' Says Madonna
More than 500,000 people are participate in the Women's March on Washington on Saturday, the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency. Their mission? To send a bold message to the new administration — and to the world — that women's rights are ...
Watch Madonna's Powerful Speech at Women's March
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Madonna drops F-bomb three times during impassioned Women's March
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Colts firing general manager Ryan Grigson
After weeks of speculation and radio silence out of Indianapolis, the Colts finally made a decision regarding Ryan Grigson's future with the team. The Colts are firing their general manager following a second consecutive season out of the postseason ...
Colts fire GM Ryan GrigsonESPN
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