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Women in pink "pussyhats" flooded into Washington by the train-load Saturday for a massive rights march set to draw hundreds of thousands in defiance of America's hardline new president, Donald Trump. Women made up the overwhelming majority of the people who emerged whooping and cheering from Washington's Union Station, arriving on jam-packed trains and buses. The incoming tide of women in knitted pink hats flushed through a city that the day before had welcomed throngs of Trump supporters in red "Make America Great Again!" caps for the Republican's swearing-in to a four year term.
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Wearing pink, pointy-eared "pussyhats" to mock the new president, tens of thousands of women massed in the nation's capital and other cities around the globe Saturday for marches and demonstrations ...
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Grigor Dimitrov played to 2:00am on Sunday as he beat Richard Gasquet to reach the Australian Open's last 16, recalling the tournament's infamous late -- or early -- finishes. Play got underway at two minutes to midnight and Dimitrov took two hours, two minutes to oust Gasquet 6-3, 6-2, 6-4, following Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams into the fourth round. The timing had echoes of the 2008 clash between Lleyton Hewitt and Marcos Baghdatis, which started at 11:47pm and wrapped up at a bleary-eyed 4:34am the following day.
Crowds swamp Washington for anti-Trump women's march
Large crowds of women, many wearing bright pink knit hats, poured into downtown Washington by bus, train and car on Saturday for a march in opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump only a day after the Republican took office. The Washington event was expected to be the largest of a series of marches across the world in cities including Sydney, London, Tokyo and New York to criticize the new president's often angry, populist rhetoric. Trump has angered many liberal Americans with comments seen as demeaning to women, Mexicans and Muslims, and worried some abroad with his inaugural vow on Friday to put "America First" in his decision making.