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Washington protests turn violent as Trump assumes presidency
By David Lawder and Scott Malone WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Black-clad activists angry about U.S. President Donald Trump's inauguration smashed store and car windows in Washington on Friday and fought with police in riot gear who responded with pepper spray and stun grenades. Police detained about 50 people a few blocks away, as a crowd chanted "Let them go." The number of people who turned out to view the midday swearing-in, on a gray day threatened by rain, appeared to be significantly smaller than the estimated 2 million who turned out for President Barack Obama's first inauguration in 2009.
Ford expects $2B net income drop due to pension change
Ford says that a change in the way it values pension obligations will cut its 2016 net income by $2 billion. According to a regulatory filing, in 2015, Ford changed the way it measures pension gains and ...
Trumbo, Orioles finalize $37.5 million, 3-year deal
Three children pulled alive from avalanche hotel ruins: firefighters
Dow industrials turn higher after 5 straight losses
U.S. stocks edged higher in midday trading Friday following Donald Trump's swearing in as the 45th president of the United States. Phone company stocks led the gainers. Materials and energy companies also rose. Industrial, utilities and health care stocks headed lower. Investors were also weighing the latest batch of company earnings and outlooks.
Power 5 conferences vote to stop spring practices off campus
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) ? The Power Five conferences have voted to stop coaches from taking teams off-campus during any vacation period outside a sport's season for practice, a rule proposed after Jim Harbaugh took his Michigan Wolverines to Florida during spring break last year.
Russian political elites revel in Trump's inauguration
MOSCOW (AP) ? Russian officials and lawmakers lauded Donald Trump's inauguration Friday, hoping it will herald a period of better ties with the United States, while revelers in Moscow and elsewhere gathered for celebrations as bar and club owners sought to cash in on public excitement.