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Peaceful protest

They came from all over -- California, Illinois, South Carolina, Texas -- but with a single purpose, to demonstrate their support for women's rights in the first D.C. protest of the new Donald Trump era. Hundreds of thousands crowded on to Pennsylvania Avenue not far from the U.S. Capitol for a rally. So many people came that there couldn't be a march; they filled the march route. But the rally offered a catharsis for the many who worry that a Trump administration will roll back important gains for women.

World

Syrian rebels meet in Kazakhstan ahead of talks

Syrian rebel delegates huddled in Kazakhstan Sunday ahead of talks with government representatives scheduled to begin Monday, the first such negotiations between the two sides in a year. At the top of the agenda is an effort to consolidate a fragile cease-fire agreement reached last month and ease humanitarian suffering in the war-ravaged country.

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Trump asks guests if he should keep tweeting, dances to 'My Way'

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump rallied guests at the first of three inaugural balls, saying "we did it." The new POTUS also called Melania his biggest supporter. Later he asked the crowd if should keep tweeting, to which he got a roaring approval. The rest of the Trump family and Vice President Mike Pence's family joined them on stage dancing to "My Way" and then to a new tune by the Armed Services ball. CREDITS: AP
Trump asks guests if he should keep tweeting, dances to 'My Way' 2:44

Trump asks guests if he should keep tweeting, dances to 'My Way'

These women shattered ceilings, here's their message for you 6:33

These women shattered ceilings, here's their message for you

Tampa gets ready for National Championship 0:36

Tampa gets ready for National Championship

Video shows police officer slamming female student to the ground 0:15

Video shows police officer slamming female student to the ground