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How newspapers covered Trump's inauguration

How newspapers covered Trump's inauguration Here's a selection of newspaper covers addressing the new occupant of the Oval Office. (newseum.org)

Watch live: The Women's March on Washington

Women's March on Washington: live updates Yahoo reporters provide continuous coverage of protests in Washington, D.C., and other cities during President Trump's first full day in office.


State media: Putin to meet Trump, but not soon

Russian Matryoshka dolls depicting President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. (Dmitri Lovetsky/AP) Preparations for a possible meeting may take months, not weeks, a Kremlin spokesman tells the TASS news agency.


How 3 Trump fans celebrated the inauguration

Trump supporter and first-time voter Amanda Rose. (Amanda Rose via Yahoo News) Voters from New York, Alabama, and Michigan write about their visit to Washington to witness history.


A journey to the Women's March on Washington

Bridget Pitcock and Meg Hancock filled a van with other women for the trip to Washington, D.C., from Louisville, Ky. (Yahoo News) Twelve women from Louisville, Ky., say they aim to show the "world changes today" on their terms, not on Donald Trump's.


More than 200 arrested at Trump inauguration

Trump inauguration protests (Reuters) Demonstrators in D.C., many wearing masks and helmets, clashed with police officers as Donald Trump was sworn in as president.


Trump: 'You will never be ignored again'

President Donald Trump dances with first lady Melania Trump, at The Salute To Our Armed Services Inaugural Ball in Washington, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) In his first remarks as president, Donald Trump vows to put America first and says he’ll work to serve every citizen.


Trump's defense, homeland picks confirmed

Retired U.S. Marine Corps general and defense secretary nominee James Mattis speaks with a Marine guard before the inaugural parade. (Reuters) Retired Marine Gens. James Mattis and John Kelly become the first members of the new administration's Cabinet.


Trump signs first executive order

President Trump (Reuters) Hours after getting sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump moves swiftly to push his agenda.


Concerned residents learn to be 'active bystanders'

Trump protester (Getty Images) A group of D.C.-area residents harnesses their "moral outrage" so they can step in and protect victims of harassment.


What Trump's speech did, and didn't, do

In Trump's inaugural speech, a demand for unity and loyalty. (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Those hoping for a more inclusive tone and an appeal to the common humanity of each American were disappointed.


Fact-checking Trump's inaugural address

President Donald Trump delivers his inaugural address. (Getty Images) The nation's 45th president starts his historic speech on a familiar note — with exaggeration and hyperbole.


Trump is president. Here's what happens next

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump during the inauguration parade. (Evan Vucci/AP) He has a lot of big plans. Here is a field guide to his early economic agenda and his odds for success.


Trump draws much smaller inaugural crowd

Trump draws far smaller inaugural crowd than Obama. (AP) Large swaths of empty space could be seen in a photo of Donald Trump's inauguration where large crowds stood in 2009, when Obama was sworn in.


George H.W. Bush, wife still in hospital

FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016 file photo, former President George H. W. Bush, right, and his wife, Barbara, are greeted before a Republican presidential primary debate at The University of Houston in Houston. On Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017, the former president was admitted to an intensive care unit, and Barbara was hospitalized as a precaution, according to his spokesman. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) The former president is having breathing problems due to pneumonia, and his wife, Barbara, is being treated for bronchitis.


Trump to end Obama's Climate Action Plan

President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama at the 2017 Inauguration. (Jack Gruber/AP) The president's plan will eliminate many environmental regulations and allow for increased carbon dioxide emissions.


Trump ignored advisers on inaugural speech

Trump advisers backed a more unifying inaugural speech. (Saul Loeb/AFP) The president offered a bleak portrayal of the nation despite suggestions to be unifying, a commentator says.


Speechwriters dissect Donald Trump's remarks

Presidential speechwriters dissect Donald Trump's remarks. (Getty Images) "This was a speech unlike any delivered by a president of either party in the modern era," one former presidential adviser says.


The all-new Trump White House web site

President Donald Trump leaves the President's Room of the Senate. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP) Just as Donald Trump was sworn in, the Whitehouse.gov webpage and official Twitter account assumed a new look.


Trump team changes White House website

Screenshot of whitehouse.gov. (Yahoo News) The president vows to eliminate Obama climate rules and wage cyberwarfare, among a series of updates.


Barack Obama: 'Yes we did. Yes we can.'

Former President Barack Obama: "Yes we did. Yes we can." (Getty Images) The former president’s final remarks to staff and supporters stand in contrast to portions of Donald Trump’s inaugural address.


How the inauguration played on TV

How the inauguration played on TV. (AP) Trump deployed blunt, sometimes brutal directness in a speech devoted to the theme of "America first."


Surprising picture on Trump's POTUS Twitter

Trump's POTUS Twitter account had an image from Obama's inauguration in 2009 If the photo on Donald Trump's @POTUS account looks like it wasn't taken at his inauguration, it's because it wasn't.


'This American carnage stops right here'

Striking populist tone, Trump promises: ‘You will never be ignored again’ In his first remarks as president, Donald Trump vows to put America first and says he’ll work to serve every citizen.


Drug lord El Chapo pleads not guilty

Mexico's top drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is escorted as he arrives at Long Island MacArthur airport in New York Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, who faces 17 criminal charges, could spend the rest of his life in prison in the United States.


Read full text of Trump's inaugural address

Full Text: President Donald J. Trump's inaugural address. (Getty Images)) "From this moment on, it’s going to be America First," said Donald Trump in his first remarks as president.


Bernie Sanders: 'Today will be a tough day'

Bernie Sanders: "Today will be a tough day." (AP) "Our response has got to be not to throw up our hands in despair, not to give up," the senator said in a video Friday.


Trump's task may be simpler than he thinks

How President Trump can succeed—or crater Making America great again will involve just three things, but if he overreaches, it may imperil his presidency.


'It's been the honor of my life to serve you'

Barack Obama: "It’s been the honor of my life to serve you." (Getty Images) Hours before Donald Trump is sworn in, President Obama takes to Twitter to bid a temporary farewell to the American people.


Melania Trump wears Clinton's favored designer

Melania Trump (Getty Images) The first lady chooses a color that projects confidence and calm and is also a favorite of Kate Middleton.