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First days of Trump era signal America's deepening political divide
By Scott Malone WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the blocks surrounding the White House, signs reading "Love Trumps Hate" and "Build Bridges Not Walls" littered the sidewalks on Sunday, the detritus of the Women's March protesting the policies of President Donald Trump. Both Trump's supporters and women and men who took part in the massive march against him in Washington on Saturday contemplated the vestiges of protest and ruminated about the convulsive first 48 hours under the Republican president. For Mary Forster, who joined her first political demonstration on Saturday, the weekend only reinforced her worries that the country was splitting further apart after a bitter election.
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California storm causes flooding, triggers evacuations
LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Fast-moving floodwaters swept through mountain communities and residents fled homes below hillsides scarred by wildfires as the third ? and largest ? in the latest series of storms brought powerful rain Sunday and warnings about damaging mudslides.
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More tornadoes ahead as death toll reach 15 in southeast US
ADEL, Georgia (AP) ? Deadly weather in the Southeast killed 16 people and injured dozens more, authorities said Sunday, as residents along the Georgia-Florida line braced for more intense, fast-moving storms ? including unusually strong "long track" twisters.
Deadly storms kill 16, trigger tornado threat across U.S. South
By Letitia Stein TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) - A dangerous weekend weather system has killed at least 16 people in the U.S. South, as Georgia officials on Sunday reported a dozen fatalities and severe thunderstorms and tornadoes menaced several states. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal declared an emergency for seven counties in the south-central part of the state, warning that dangerous conditions persisted and could reach north to the Atlanta area. Eight deaths occurred in Cook County, Georgia, state emergency managers said in a statement, with local reports that a mobile home park was particularly hard hit.