Latest News Cities Around the World Flooded by 'Sister Marches' 2017-01-21T20:54:00.000000Z About 600 "sister marches" were planned across the country and the world to coincide with the Women's March on Washington. 'We Are America': Women's March Spotlights Fiery Rhetoric 2017-01-21T20:24:00.000000Z Organizers expect more than 200,000 demonstrators to gather in Washington, D.C., Saturday to march in support of gender and other issues. On Day One, Trump Opponent Goes Underground 2017-01-21T19:43:00.000000Z Rep. Barbara Lee, who boycotted Trump's Inauguration, spent inauguration day preparing to battle the Trump administration. Gloria Steinem at Women's March: 'Don't Try to Divide Us' 2017-01-21T17:36:00.000000Z Activist Gloria Steinem rallies crowds at the Women's March on Washington, saying, "We have people power and we will use it." Four Dead as Miss. Tornado Wreaks 'Extensive Damage' 2017-01-21T15:17:00.000000Z A tornado touched down in southern Mississippi early Saturday, leaving a trail ruined homes and downed power lines. Why El Chapo's Extradition Surprised U.S. Officials 2017-01-21T15:12:00.000000Z Justice Department officials scrambled to respond to Mexico's last-minute action sending El Chapo to the United States for trial. How Russia Plans To Trump U.S., Become Superpower 2017-01-21T14:56:00.000000Z After U.S. efforts to provide leadership on the Middle East crisis faltered, Russia has moved into the driver's seat. 'Big Hugs': Four More Rescued from Snow-Buried Hotel 2017-01-21T13:44:00.000000Z Survivors were met with applause, pats on the head and shouts of "Bravo! Bravo!" as they rescued after an almost three-day ordeal. More Than 200 Arrested in D.C. Inauguration Protests 2017-01-21T12:43:56.000000Z 217 people were arrested and six police officers suffered minor injuries after some protesters set fires and smashed windows in the nation's capital. Analysis: Trump Promises a Presidency Like No Other 2017-01-21T11:46:00.000000Z Trump promised to tear down the establishment as a candidate, and that was the same message he repeated with vigor in his first speech as president.