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10 Empowering Quotes from Women's March on Washington
The Women's March on Washington took over the nation's capital Saturday. Celebrities, including America Ferrera , Ashley Judd , Scarlett Johansson and Alicia Keys were among those who fired up the crowd at the rally that kicked off the day's festivities. Activists Gloria Steinem , Janet Mock and
On the Bus to the Women's March in D.C. from Silver Spring, MD
ABC News' Charli James talks to protesters on the bus ride to the Women's March in Washington D.C. from Silver Spring, Maryland.
Meet Mothers, Daughters and Grandmothers Marching Together in Washington, DC
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. But one category of participants will be families taking to the streets
University of Houston Watch Party Reactions
ABC News' Frank Elaridi speaks with University of Houston students for reactions after President Donald J. Trump takes Oath of Office.
To Avoid More 'Daily Show' Ridicule, Arizona Kills Bills
A Republican lawmaker's plan to penalize Arizona colleges and universities that teach ethnic studies has died even before a committee hearing
Feds Allege KleinBank Used Discriminatory Lending Practices
The U.S. Department of Justice has sued a Minnesota bank for allegedly engaging in mortgage lending practices that discriminate against minorities
Trump Unleashes Twitter Attack Against Civil Rights Legend
Donald Trump has torn into civil rights legend John Lewis for questioning the legitimacy of the Republican billionaire's White House victory
Sanders Backers Look to Sway Democratic Politics From Inside
Bernie Sanders loyalists have helped engineer a show of political muscle in Democratic Party elections in California
See Jimi Hendrix's Guitar and More at Newseum's 'Louder Than Words' Exhibit
ABC News' Freda Kashi checks out musical and political memorabilia at the exhibit on rock, power and politics.
Lawsuit: Detroit Suburb Denies Blacks Equal Voting Rights
The Justice Department is suing a Detroit suburb, alleging it violates the Voting Rights Act by denying black residents an equal opportunity to elect city council members of their choice