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Venus Williams reaches quarterfinals at Australian Open

United States' Venus Williams makes a backhand return to Germany's Mona Barthel during their fourth round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) ? Venus Williams has returned to the quarterfinals for the ninth time at the Australian Open, where she first made the last eight on debut in 1998.



Country star Crystal Gayle inducted in Grand Ole Opry

FILE - In this Oct. 21, 2012 file photo, Crystal Gayle performs at the Country Music Hall of Fame Inductions in Nashville, Tenn. Country music legend Gayle is being inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, nearly a half-century after she first walked onto its stage to perform as a teenager. Gayle's sister, country luminary Loretta Lynn, will induct her into the country music institution during a Saturday night, Jan. 21, 2017, ceremony at the Ryman Auditorium, the Grand Ole Opry announced. (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP, File)NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) ? Country music legend Crystal Gayle was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, nearly a half-century after she first walked onto its stage to perform as a teenager.



Officials say at least 23 killed, 50 injured after train derails in southern IndiaHYDERABAD, India (AP) ? Officials say at least 23 killed, 50 injured after train derails in southern India.
California Chrome wins Horse of the Year at Eclipse AwardsHALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. (AP) ? California Chrome has one race left in his career, and is in such good condition right now that trainer Art Sherman is clamoring for more time with him.
China party paper says no 'provocation' can stop its military drills

FILE PHOTO: China's Liaoning aircraft carrier with accompanying fleet conducts a drill in an area of South China SeaChina's military will carry out drills regardless of foreign provocations and pressure, the Communist Party's paper said on Sunday, adding that exercises far out at sea like those conducted recently by its sole aircraft carrier will become normal. China caused unease among some countries in the region last month when the carrier the Liaoning, accompanied by several warships, cruised around self-ruled Taiwan and into the Pacific for what China called routine drills. Earlier this month, Taiwan scrambled fighter jets and navy ships as the Liaoning then passed through the narrow waterway separating China from the island Beijing claims as its own.For its part, China was alarmed this month when U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of state Rex Tillerson said China should be denied access to islands it has built in the contested South China Sea.



Pope: I'll judge Trump after we see what he does

Pope Francis celebrates a Mass at the end of the Jubilee (Holy Year) of the Dominicans, inside the Basilica of St. John Lateran, in Rome, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. (Giorgio Onorati/ANSA via AP)VATICAN CITY (AP) ? Pope Francis says he'll wait to see what U.S. President Donald Trump does before forming an opinion about him.



Factbox: Women stage marches in cities across North America(Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of women, supported by a smaller number of men, gathered in dozens of cities across North America on Saturday to march in opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump the day after the maverick Republican took office. Here is a look at how the crowds of protesters, many wearing the marches' signature pink hats, shaped up in some of the largest cities in North America: * WASHINGTON D.C. Organizers 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.
Pope warns against populism and 'saviours' like Hitler

Pope Francis (C), seen January 21, 2017, warned against the idea of using walls and barbed wire to keep out foreigners in an interview conducted as Donald Trump was sworn in as US presidentPope Francis warned against populism, saying it could lead to the election of "saviours" like Hitler. In an hour-long interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais conducted as Donald Trump was being sworn in as US president, the pontiff also condemned the idea of using walls and barbed wire to keep out foreigners. "Of course crises provoke fears and worries," he said but added that for him "the example of populism in the European sense of the word is Germany in 1933.



Women's marches draw millions in resistance to Trump

Over two million people flooded the streets of US cities in a stunning rebuke to the new US president, including more than half a million who swarmed the streets of Los AngelesMore than two million people flooded the streets of Washington and other US cities and demonstrators around the world joined in as women opposed to Donald Trump led a peaceful, stunning rebuke against the new US president. As a sea of protesters brought downtown Washington to a standstill, streaming past the White House in pink "pussyhats," Trump launched a withering attack on the media, accusing it of downplaying or even lying about the attendance at his swearing-in a day earlier. The new president was certainly aware of the hundreds of thousands of people who poured into Washington and brought the downtown area near the White House and the National Mall to a standstill for hours.



Fury, concern over Trump presidency

Women poured into Washington to express concern, anger and outrage over Donald Trump's taking over as US president, inspiring many more protests nationwide"It's important we assert our majority and we have a large physically presence" to show President Donald Trump and the Republican majority in Congress "that they cannot railroad our country," said Behr, 42. "I am furious at Trump's treatment of women and how he talks about women," she said.