Women's anti-Trump march clogs Washington streets
Hundreds of thousands of women, many wearing bright pink hats, marched in Washington on Saturday in a mass show of opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump's agenda the day after the Republican businessman-turned-politician took office. The Women's March on Washington was one of a series of street protests throughout the country and the world against the new president's often angry, populist rhetoric. Trump has angered many liberal Americans with comments seen as demeaning to women, Mexicans and Muslims, and worried some abroad with his inaugural vow on Friday to put "America First" in his decision making.
Violence flares in Washington during Trump inauguration
The burst of civil disorder followed a fierce presidential campaign that ended in a stunning victory for Republican Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8 and left the country divided. Many of Trump's supporters traveled to Washington to cheer their new president on Inauguration Day.
Pre-dawn tornado kills four in Mississippi, traps others
(Reuters) - A strong tornado killed at least four people in southern Mississippi and left many others trapped in their homes after touching down in the hours before sunrise on Saturday, local and state officials said. The tornado, which touched down at about 3:45 a.m. Central time (0445 EST), reduced some buildings to splinters, downed power lines and was strong enough to flip over cars, according to photographs shared by the city of Hattiesburg on social media. At least four people were confirmed dead, according to the city, and many people were trapped in their houses, Glen Moore, the director of Forrest County Emergency Management, told a local ABC news affiliate.
Thousands turn out for Women's March on Philadelphia
Man suspected in death of officer, woman dies
NEW ORLEANS (AP) ? The man authorities say shot and killed a woman he'd been romantically involved with and a police officer who had tried to help her has died, hours after shooting himself in the chest during a standoff with authorities on a New Orleans bridge.
Police: New Jersey man owes more than $56,000 in tolls, fees
TEANECK, N.J. (AP) ? Transit police say they've arrested a New Jersey man who avoided paying tolls nearly 900 times and owes more than $56,000 in unpaid tolls and fees.
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Police: Transgender woman assaulted near City Hall, suspect sought
Big crowds turn out for women's marches around the world
Transgender woman assaulted near City Hall, suspect sought
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