Trump praises the CIA, bristles over inaugural crowd counts
On his first full day in office, President Donald Trump on Saturday berated the media over its coverage of his inauguration, and turned a bridge-building first visit to CIA headquarters into an airing ...
Trump plans to meet with UK's May, Mexico's Pena Nieto: White House
By Jeff Mason and Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump is arranging to meet soon with British Prime Minister Theresa May and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, two long-standing U.S. allies concerned about how his presidency will affect their relationships with Washington. Trump will meet on Friday with May in Washington, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Saturday. The meeting will be an opportunity for May, who initially struggled to build relations with Trump's transition team, to discuss what has long been termed the "special relationship" between the two nations, a central pillar of Britain's foreign policy.
Factbox: Women stage marches in cities across North AmericaOrganizers of the march in the nation's capital had told police they expected 200,000 people to attend, but reporters covering the event said it appeared bigger than that, with a dense crowd stretching for about a mile (1.6 km) through the heart of the capital. Organizers said early estimates pointed to more than 1 million, while police and the Park Service declined to give numbers. Speakers included the feminist writer Gloria Steinem and some of the country's biggest celebrities were in attendance, including actress Scarlett Johansson and pop singer Madonna.
FACT CHECK: Trump overstates crowd size at inaugural
WASHINGTON (AP) ? President Donald Trump's speech Saturday at the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency turned into the latest battle in, as he put it, his "running war with the media." He had two central complaints: that the media misrepresented the size of the crowd at his inauguration and that it was incorrectly reported a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. was removed from the Oval Office. A look at those assertions:
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Trump's DC hotel a hub of activity and ethics questions
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Red, white and blue balloons rained down over crystal chandeliers in the soaring atrium of the Trump International Hotel at midnight Friday ? "a new inaugural tradition," its social media account promised.
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Women lead mass anti-Trump marches across US
Led by women in pink "pussyhats," hundreds of thousands of people flooded the streets of Washington and cities across the United States in a massive outpouring of defiant opposition to President Donald Trump. Roused by fiery speeches, the protesters sent out a resounding message of resistance the day after the Republican hardliner took office with a vow to roll back the legacy of his predecessor Barack Obama. Organizers estimated the turnout for the "Women's March on Washington" at half a million, double initial expectations, with huge crowds reported at sister marches nationwide, from Chicago to New York, Boston and Los Angeles.
Sixteen dead, many Hungarian teenagers, in Italy bus accident: police
By Sandor Peto and Matteo Berlenga VERONA, Italy/BUDAPEST (Reuters) - At least 16 people were killed and dozens injured, after a bus carrying Hungarian students crashed and burst into flames in northern Italy, authorities said on Saturday. The bus went off the road near a highway exit close to Verona around midnight on Friday. The number of victims could rise to 18, "but certainly no more than that", the Hungarian consul in Italy, Judit Timaffy, told reporters in Verona.