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A series of demonstrations against the new president packed cities large and small — from London to Los Angeles, Paris to Park City, Utah, Miami to Melbourne, Australia.
In Chicago, the demonstration was overwhelmed by its own size, forcing officials to curtail its planned march when the crowd threatened to swamp the planned route.
The Women’s March was a dramatic outpouring of emotion. But for the Trump team, it might as well have been held in another Zip code.
Joanne Barr has never done anything like this before. But after the election, she has begun wondering: Is she happy? Is it too late to change what she believes? She is hoping this trip, this march will provide some answers.
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Petula Dvorak
What’s standing in the way of true equality? Men. That’s why we need you to see the sexism and discrimination and embrace our cause. And lots of you already do.
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With Americans taking to the streets in red and blue states alike to emphatically decry a president they consider reprehensible and, even, illegitimate, Trump visited the CIA for a stream-of-consciousness airing of grievances — including against journalists.
Trump’s spokesman delivered a statement blasting the media and then left. Here are his full remarks, annotated.
Most presidents begin their post-White House life by returning to their childhood homes or the places where they began their political careers. Former president Barack Obama made a different choice.
Most of the more than 230 arrested for rioting on Friday made their first appearances in D.C. Superior Court on Saturday. Police said in court filings that preparation undertaken by protesters included arriving downtown armed with hammers and crowbars.
Food Network star Duff Goldman, who founded Charm City Cakes, posted side-by-side images of his 2013 design vs. one seen Friday night. Then the owner of a Washington bakery came forward and said the client wanted “this exact cake.”
Way Station Inc. in Frederick is one of the first programs of its kind in the country to use social support systems to integrate people with mental illnesses into their communities. But funding has stalled for the program many have come to rely on.
The new year doesn’t bring much joy for transit riders.
Paid family leave will allow workers to keep their jobs while tending to ailing relatives, but it has also raised concerns it will put an undue burden on businesses.
New maps of “traffic stress” data in Washington are helping planners design new biking infrastructure.
A decade after Virginia’s largest county spearheaded a national campaign to cut greenhouse gases, its own results are murky, critics say
The Wizards rallied from a 16-point deficit, but Marcus Morris and Detroit got the last laugh against Washington and his twin brother Markieff.
A pair of power-play goals forced overtime, where Jay Beagle stuffed home the winner in 4-3 victory.
From FDR to Barack Obama, license plates have been a part of presidential inaugurations — and, for some, collectible.
After years of studying weight loss, this doctor realized the usual dietary advice wasn’t working.
How to create a sophisticated, masculine bedroom retreat for a college freshman.
Extravagant promises will soon meet with the realities of governing. Will Donald Trump pass the test?
One by one, each of these potential candidates put their heads down Friday and vowed to get to work challenging Donald Trump’s administration.
Anyone looking for a dramatic shift from the Kremlin on key issues such as the crisis in Ukraine, Syria and bilateral relations is going to have to wait.
The memorandum from Trump chief of staff Reince Priebus does not necessarily ensure the regulations’ demise — it merely halts them for further review.
Opponents of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan insist the proposed amendments would formalize Turkey’s drift toward authoritarian rule.
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