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Hundreds of thousands expected to attend Women's March on Washington Saturday
Just hours after President Donald Trump takes the oath of office, 200,000 protesters will descend on Washington with a message to protect and expand women's rights.
President Obama gives farewell address to the American people
Touching on everything from his administration's accomplishments to tense race relations and the president-elect, President Obama says goodbye to the American people from the nation's highest office.
Congress scraps plan to gut its own ethics watchdog after Trump tweets
On their first day of the 115th Congress, Republicans voted to strip their own ethics watchdog of a handful of rights. But the president-elect's tweet, in part, caused Congress to pull back.
Electoral College cements Trump presidency
Despite pressure from Democrats, the Electoral College votes Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.
Trump calls for increasing the country's nuclear capabilities
A tweet from the president-elect calling for the U.S. to 'greatly strengthen' its nuclear capabilities goes against decades of bipartisan presidential efforts.
President-elect Trump calls CIA Russian hack findings 'ridiculous'
A CIA report claims Russian hackers interfered in the U.S. election process to sway the vote in favor of Mr. Trump. Now the president-elect is denying the claims, and Congress is asking for answers.
Mysterious polio-like illness affects at least 8 in Washington state
The cluster of cases has alarmed officials in the state because in 2015, there were no reported cases of the illness.
Scientific study identifies genes that may lead to autism
A group of scientists which included researchers from University of South Carolina, Harvard Medical School and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, conducted research that found that a gene known...
Thousands of Calif. vets forced to repay enlistment bonuses; Pentagon intervenes
Nearly 10,000 current California Army National Guard members and veterans who were told that they had to repay enlistment bonuses that they may have received erroneously were given a reprieve recently.
Operation to retake Iraqi city from IS 'begins'
Iraq’s prime minister announced recently that it is fighting to take back Mosul from Islamic State militants. Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, has been occupied by IS fighters for more than two years.
Arizona sheriff to face criminal contempt charges
Arpaio, who is known for his hard-line position on illegal immigration, violated a federal judge’s court order that called for him to stop arresting suspected illegal immigrants.
New jobs report shows job market still improving
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employers created 156,000 new jobs in September.
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