President-elect Donald Trump holds his first news conference since winning the election.

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Massive crowds gather for the Women’s March on Washington

Hundreds of thousands of activists descended on downtown Washington for a rally and march, the day after President Donald Trump took office. The sheer number of attendees caused confusion and complicated logistics.

Trump's full speech at CIA headquarters

President Trump addressed CIA employees at the agency's headquarters, on Jan. 21 in Langley, Va.

Pageantry meets protests on Inauguration Day in Washington

As President Donald Trump was inaugurated, Washington’s most ceremonious day was marked by protest and tension.

Trump questions media reports of inauguration crowd size

President Trump questioned media reports and photographs that showed the size of Inauguration Day crowds, speaking to CIA employees at CIA headquarters on Jan. 21 in Langley, Va.

Madonna: 'We are not afraid'

Madonna addressed the crowd during the Women's March on Washington.

Meet the grandmother who launched the Women's March on Washington

Teresa Shook, the grandmother from Hawaii who launched the Women's March on Washington, says she did it for her granddaughters.

Trump to CIA: 'I am so behind you'

President Trump told CIA employees they have his full backing, at CIA headquarters on Jan. 21 in Langley, Va.

Alicia Keys performs at march

Singer Alicia Keys performed her song "Girl on Fire" at the Women's March on Washington after delivering some remarks to the crowds.

Girl who delivered letter to Pope Francis speaks at march

Sophie Cruz, who gained national attention in 2015 when she gave a letter to Pope Francis asking for his help in preventing her family's deportation, delivered remarks in English and Spanish at the Women's March on Washington.

Trayvon Martin's mother: 'We're going to continue to fight'

Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, spoke at the Women's March on Washington beside other mothers whose sons died in connection with police activity.

National co-chair of march: 'Unapologetically Muslim-American'

Linda Sarsour, a national co-chair of the Women's March on Washington told the crowds she stood before them as an "unapologetically Muslim-American."

Protesters across the country rally in solidarity against President Trump's agenda

Thousands are gathering in cities across the country in solidarity with the Women's March in Washington, D.C..

Rep. Waters to Trump: 'You don't scare us'

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), who skipped the inaugural ceremonies on Jan. 20, lambasted President Donald Trump's Cabinet nominees at the Women's March on Washington, Jan. 21.

Poet: it was language, words that got Trump in office

Artist Aja Monet recited a poem titled "My mother was a freedom fighter" at the Women's March on Washington. Monet told the crowds that language is powerful and it was "the power of words" that got President Trump into office.

Sen. Duckworth: 'I didn't give up literally parts of my body to have the Constitution trampled on'

Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), an Iraq War veteran who lost both legs while serving, sent a message to President Trump at the Women's March on Washington, saying, "You will not roll back our rights."

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