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Demonstrators marched in the hundreds of thousands Saturday across the country and around the world but the emphatic message was the same: Protecting women's rights in this turbulent political climate.

About 600 "sister marches" were planned across the country and the world to coincide with the Women's March on Washington.
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+Mike Harper have you been called mangina?
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"Our dignity, our character, our rights have all been under attack and a platform of hate and division assumed power yesterday. But the president is not America. ... We are America and we are here to stay."
Organizers expect more than 200,000 demonstrators to gather in Washington D.C. today to march in support of gender, health care, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and immigration issues. The event is seen as taking place in direct opposition to the presidency of Donald Trump and follows an Inauguration Day in which 217 people were arrested and charged with rioting. For complete live coverage of the march and analysis, follow NBCNews.com and tun...
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You are right! They definitely need contraception because we don't need anymore kids on welfare and guys that lay around and get them and don't support them! Man up guys! Marry the women instead of using them for support! It starts with YOU!
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Donald Trump promised to tear down the Washington establishment as a candidate — and that was the same message he repeated with vigor in his first speech as president, lashing out at the crowd of politicians who surrounded his inauguration as a parasitic class who had betrayed the people they serve.

Trump promised to tear down the establishment as a candidate, and that was the same message he repeated with vigor in his first speech as president.
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Obama began his last full day on the job Thursday the way he did some 2,920 times before — with the Daily Presidential Briefing.
President Obama was still working on his last full day as president but the photos of him and the First Family were already gone from the West Wing.
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+Michael Houston I've found that a large percentage (basically every single one) of those calling for somebody to be brought up on treason charges has no clue that it's the only crime enumerated in the Constitution. And a lot of the onlookers don't know it either. So I've gotten a tad pedantic about it. :)
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In August 1985, Russell Yates came home from work in Warwick, Rhode Island to find his wife and two young daughters gone. He filed a missing persons report the next day, telling police that the couple, high school sweethearts, had fought over his infidelities shortly before the disappearance — including a punch that sent her to the hospital.

He suspected she'd run away with the kids.
Russell Yates' 31-year search for his wife and two daughters ended this week with a bittersweet discovery.
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My prayers is still ongoing
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Nearly seven-in-ten Americans say that Trump's use of Twitter is a bad idea, and only nine percent say they strongly support his use of the 140-character medium to announce policy positions and express his personal point of view.
Only nine percent say they strongly support his use of the 140-character medium to announce policy positions and express his personal point of view.
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Russia's ambitions may get another boost following Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.

After U.S. efforts to provide leadership on the Middle East crisis faltered, Russia has moved into the driver's seat.
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+Michael Houston​ It showed up in my stream , I wouldn't actually pay attention otherwise . Facts isn't Trolling
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That report says nothing , it has no usefull info in it .

+ I didn't say Russia didn't do anything , but to think Trump was elected because of Russia is just plain childish . Trump won because Hillary and her party are crooked POS's that were doing illegal .,.. and got caught . All the Russians did was point it out .

I'm not OK with hacking us but they did save the USA so I'm not mad

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Organizers expect more than 200,000 demonstrators to gather in Washington D.C. today to march in support of gender, health care, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and immigration issues. The event is seen as taking place in direct opposition to the presidency of Donald Trump and follows an Inauguration Day in which 217 people were arrested and charged with rioting. 
Organizers expect more than 200,000 demonstrators to gather in Washington D.C. today to march in support of gender, health care, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and immigration issues. The event is seen as taking place in direct opposition to the presidency of Donald Trump and follows an Inauguration Day in which 217 people were arrested and charged with rioting. For complete live coverage of the march and analysis, follow NBCNews.com and tun...
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You do not get it your comments is why you lost the election
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"For too long, a small group in our nation's capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost," Trump said. "That all changes - starting right here, and right now, because this moment is your moment, it belongs to you."

The new president said his inauguration marks a moment when "the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer."
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If 'America First', why he is not supporting the health care for the whole population? 
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Photographer Dimitar Dilkoff documented Iraqi special forces pushing deeper into ISIS-held districts in eastern Mosul.

Photographer Dimitar Dilkoff documented Iraqi special forces pushing deeper into ISIS-held districts in eastern Mosul.
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+Hector saenz I get you 👍🏿
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"I think probably there, I would imagine that there's probably a gun in the school to protect from potential grizzlies," DeVos said.

Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump's nominee for Education Secretary, said guns might have a place in schools because of the threat from "potential grizzlies."
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+Dane Skylander​​ no it wasn't. I recored everything as I have time difference and sorry I had to laugh , I pictured a grizzly bear walking into the classroom and teacher whips out gun and shoots the grizzly in front of the students. Sorry I really think this lady has no experience . A decent millionaire/ billionaire if her and husband combine their wealth , but I do think perhaps "a bit " of knowledge about the education system is needed and it's not something to experiment with while you learn on the job Education is not just a job it's a passion so all American children is paramount, a good education for me it is a gift for children. Then the sky is the limit . 
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Former President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized as a precaution after experiencing "shortness of breath," his office confirmed early Wednesday.

Earlier, local media quoted his chief of staff as saying the 41st president was expected to go home from Houston Methodist Hospital in a few days.
The 92-year-old's office announced earlier this month that Bush would not attend Donald Trump's inauguration this week due to his age and health.
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Take care and get well soon former Pres. Bush. God help you and the Former First Lady too. (you're welcome in advance.)
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