Women of all generations streamed on to the National Mall Saturday morning, gathering for the Women's March on Washington to push back on the Republican agenda and offer a sharp rebuke of President Donald Trump's history of derogatory comments about women.
Hundreds of thousands of people in the United States and around the world are set to join marches Saturday to raise awareness of women's rights and other civil rights they fear could be under threat under Donald Trump's presidency.
President Donald Trump had his day of pageantry and night of revelry. He saw the Senate confirm his nominees to helm the defense and homeland security departments, signed an executive order pulling back on the Affordable Care Act and called for a regulatory freeze.
An imam who had been expected to deliver the Islamic call to prayer at a National Prayer Service for President Donald Trump instead recited two verses from the Quran with a subtle but clear political resonance.
After the National Park Service retweeted a few messages that negatively compared the crowd sizes at Obama's 2009 inauguration to Donald Trump's inauguration, representatives from the new administration asked the Interior Department's digital team to temporarily stop using Twitter, according to a message obtained by CNN.