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Smashed Windows, Chaotic Confrontation Near Inauguration

By Jessica Gresko, Michael Biesecker and Jeff Horwitz | Jan 20
Police deployed pepper spray and made numerous arrests in a chaotic confrontation blocks from Donald Trump's inauguration Friday as protesters registered their rage against the new president.

Trump Takes Charge: Sworn in as Nation's 45th President

By Julie Pace | Jan 20
Pledging to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday, taking command of a deeply divided nation and ushering in an unpredictable era in Washington.

Texas Court Hearing Case to Limit Gay Marriage Legalization

By Will Weissert | Jan 20
The Texas Supreme Court has reversed its previous ruling and will hear a Houston case that top conservatives hope will let the state limit the impact of 2015's federal legalization of gay marriage.

Appeals Court Tells Judge to Allow Transgender Name Changes

By Kate Brumback | Jan 20
A Georgia appeals court has overturned a lower court judge's orders denying legal name changes to two transgender men.

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Kick Off Winter With Family Service of Rhode Island By Helping a Needy Child

By EDGE | Jan 20
To encourage interest and raise awareness, Family Service of RI is kicking off the winter months by holding an Informational Night for anyone who may be interested in helping a child as a foster parent.

Man Sues Evanston Police Over Violent Arrest Caught on Video

Jan 20
A black man in Illinois is suing police after he says he was falsely and violently arrested. The 2015 encounter in Evanston was captured on several cameras.

Women's March on Washington Shows Solidarity with 600 'Sister Marches'

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 20
The inauguration of President Donald J. Trump happens today, but across the country and around the globe, the largest groundswell of opposition ever seen is coming together on Saturday, January 21, for the Women's March on Washington.

What's On the Trump Menu? Lobster, Steak and Chocolate

By Mark Kennedy | Jan 20
Donald Trump's first meal as president of the United States isn't too far from the typical power lunch for a billionaire businessman - lobster, beef and a rich chocolate dessert.

Watch: Cher Speaks at Anti-Trump Rally in NYC

Jan 20
Cher, the ultimate Donald Trump clap-backer, was one of the many celebrities to attend the We Stand United rally in New York City Thursday evening.

Obama to Vacation with Gay Couple in Palm Springs

Jan 20
After Donald Trump's inauguration Friday, the Obama family is jetting off to Palm Springs to vacation with their longtime friends U.S. ambassador to Spain James Costos and his husband Michael Smith, the interior designer for the White House.

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