(WASHINGTON) -- Celebrities are joining the hundreds of thousands of demonstrators at Women's Marches around the globe.
For those who couldn't physically attend, many have shared their sentiments of solidarity on social media.
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(NEW YORK) -- Amy Craton first enrolled to get her bachelor of arts degree in 1962, but had to leave school to raise her four children.
More than 50 years later the 94-year-old finally earned her degree in Creative Writing and Englis... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Among the hundreds of thousands of women expected to descend upon the nation's capital Saturday morning for the Women's March on Washington are public figures hailing from the worlds of entertainment, politics and activism.
(WASHINGTON) -- Washington is preparing for its second big day in a row as upwards of 200,000 people are expected to gather in the capital for the Women's March.
The rally and ensuing march come the day after Donald Trump was sworn i... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- At least one large tornado touched down in Mississippi early Saturday morning, leaving at least three dead and a trail of destroyed homes, collapsed buildings, downed power lines, and residents trapped in their homes, authorities ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- In the first Democratic Address after President Trump's inauguration, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) talked about his party recommitting to working families.
“First, we are going to recommit ourselves to a ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Hewing closely to the fiery rhetoric that defined his campaign, Donald Trump during his inaugural address painted a bleak picture of life for some in the United States, promising to end what he called the "American carnage," turn the ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Sitting at the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office for the first time, President Donald Trump signed an executive order "minimizing the economic burden" of Obamacare, and signed commissions for Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secre... Read More