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  1. 5 Things to Know About Trump's Press Secretary Sean Spicer

    6:27 pm 1/21/2017

    He hasn't always seen eye-to-eye with his new boss.Read more

  2. White House Website Removes QVC Reference From Melania Trump's Bio

    5:59 pm 1/21/2017

    The first lady's bio previously featured a reference to her jewelry collection, which she launched on QVC in 2010.Read more

  3. Critic's Notebook: The Women's March on Washington Makes History, Except on Fox News

    5:00 pm 1/21/2017

    The massive anti-Donald Trump demonstrations around the world may well be the start of a new political revolution, though you'd never know it if you were tuned into Fox News. Read more

  4. Cher Calls 'Hardball' to Talk Trump, Women's March: "People From All Over the World Don't Like Him"

    4:20 pm 1/21/2017

    "His supporters always call us whiners, but we are going to kick their ass."Read more

  5. Donald Trump Criticizes Media Coverage of Inauguration During CIA Visit

    1:35 pm 1/21/2017

    The president claimed crowds "went all the way back to the Washington Monument."Read more

  6. Madonna: “It Took This Horrific Moment of Darkness to Wake the F--- Up” | Women's March

    12:36 pm 1/21/2017

    "To our detractors that insist that this march will never add up to anything, f--- you."Read more

  7. Janelle Monae Begins "Say Her Name" Chant at Women's March | Women's March

    12:17 pm 1/21/2017

    The actress and musician took the stage at the Women's March.Read more

  8. Alicia Keys recites Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise” at Women's March

    12:04 pm 1/21/2017

    The Grammy award winning singer/songwriter recites the Pulitzer Prize poet Maya Angelou.Read more

  9. Scarlett Johansson Shares Personal Planned Parenthood Story | Women's March

    11:26 am 1/21/2017

    "Have you been to the gynecologist yet?"Read more

  10. Live Footage From the Women's March at the Sundance Film Festival | Sundance 2017

    10:19 am 1/21/2017

    The march continues.Read more

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