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What did President Donald Trump's inauguration show us about his policy outlook?

Takeaways from Inauguration Day

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Many vacancies on the Trump administration's national security team remain.

What we know about Trump’s national security team

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Two recently retired members of the House of Representatives from both sides of the political aisle discussed the challenges they faced and their advice for other lawmakers.

Retired House members discuss the challenges of partisanship

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The Associated Press reported that more than 1 million people took part in demonstrations around the world today, based on "crowd estimates from police and organizers."

People across the world rally for women's rights

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The one-page directive gives agencies authority to grant waivers, exemptions and delays of provisions in the Affordable Care Act. But until it becomes clear what steps federal agencies take as a result, its full impact on Americans and their health insurance is uncertain.

How Trump's executive order impacts future of the Affordable Care Act

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On Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C., people chanted, "We will not go away, welcome to your first day," while in Denver, marchers chanted, "Love, not hate, makes America great." See what else is happening around the world.

Live: Massive crowds at worldwide women's marches protest Trump

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President Donald Trump delivered remarks to the CIA today.

'I am so behind you,' Trump tells CIA

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President Donald Trump opened his first full day in office Saturday at a national prayer service, the final piece of transition business for the nation’s new chief executive before a promised full-on shift into governing.

Trump begins first day as president in church

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President Donald Trump has promised to spend big on federal infrastructure, but it’s not clear how Vice President Mike Pence’s role in the administration will influence those projects in Indiana.

Indiana residents wonder whether Pence will benefit state

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Cecile Richards speaks at the #WomensMarch in Washington, D.C.
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Two years after the United States saw a record 27,000 deaths involving prescription opioid medications and heroin, doctors and regulators are restricting access to drugs like Oxycontin and Vicodin. But many patients who genuinely need drugs to manage their pain say they are being left behind. (via STAT)

A ‘civil war’ over painkillers rips apart the medical community

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Gloria Steinem speaks at a rally for the #WomensMarch in Washington, D.C.
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"I felt like I needed to do something to be part of the global movement," Linda Zunas, who organized the Antarctica march, said.

This group is joining the Women's March from Antarctica

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We're live-blogging the Women's March and other demonstrations all over the world. Join us to hear updates from our reporters on the ground.

Women's March live blog

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Our reporters followed seven different people on the eve of President Donald Trump’s Inauguration and Inauguration Day. Here are their stories: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
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William Brangham sits down with two organizers of the Women's March scheduled for Saturday in Washington.

Women’s March leaders aim for ‘solidarity against misogyny’

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"Whatever your political views, you have to admire those photos," says Judy Woodruff of this collection of behind-the-scenes presidential images from Pete Souza.

The Obama White House, from the man behind the lens

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Thousands of people will participate in the Women's March on Washington, the largest protest event around the inauguration of President Donald Trump. We talked to several who told us they are taking part.

Why these women are marching

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John Yang reports on the protests he saw today in Washington: "They wanted to make sure that they were here, that they were showing that they exist, that they have a message, and that they can press things ahead."

Anti-Trump protests break out across D.C.

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Democratic strategist Karine Jean-Pierre on what she considered a "disappointing" inaugural address from President Trump: "There are people here who are genuinely fearful because of the type of campaign that he ran and the people that he insulted. And he didn’t do anything to mend those wounds."

How did President Trump fare in his first day on the job?

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