Christian Science Monitor | All Stories During repairs, this restaurant kept employees and encouraged them to volunteer 2017-01-24T12:11:42.963911Z Part of El Moro Spirits & Tavern in Durango, Colo., was damaged by a fire in October. The restaurant's management urged its workers to give back to a community that has supported the business since its opening 3-1/2 years ago. After massive crowds at women's marches, what's next? (+video) 2017-01-24T05:41:40.709318Z The huge crowds could point to a nascent anti-Trump political wave – or a new liberal movement that fizzles out from lack of focus. Pope Francis takes wait-and-see approach to Trump (+video) 2017-01-24T05:41:40.684618Z 'We'll see what Trump does,' before judging him, said the pope in an interview published Saturday. U.S. Senate committee backs Tillerson as Trump's secretary of state 2017-01-24T05:04:34.147768Z President Trump's choice for secretary of state narrowly won approval from a Senate committee on Monday. Trump signs order to pull US out of Asia trade deal 2017-01-24T05:04:34.099358Z For Trump, the withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal was a fulfillment of a central campaign promise. Asia poised for change as new Trump era dawns 2017-01-24T04:34:59.631343Z President Donald Trump has shown that he will break from former President Barack Obama's "pivot to Asia." After massive crowds at women's marches, what's next? 2017-01-24T02:10:35.724875Z The huge crowds could point to a nascent anti-Trump political wave – or a new liberal movement that fizzles out from lack of focus. Trump's slow start: Is that a problem? 2017-01-24T00:03:16.479068Z A lot of attention is placed on a president's first 100 days in office, but historians say legacies are built by slower processes like coalition- and consensus-building. If Foxconn move to US: Could that raise the cost of your iPhone? 2017-01-24T00:03:16.313772Z Will federal, pro-business policies under the Trump administration, plus incentives from states, bring more overseas factories – and jobs – to the US? Emoluments lawsuit filed: political maneuvering for Trump's tax returns, or a viable tactic? 2017-01-23T23:36:48.899467Z At issue is the seldom-litigated Foreign Emoluments Clause, which the plaintiffs say President Trump began violating Friday upon taking the oath of office.