NPR'S Ari Shapiro speaks with Janaye Ingram, who ran logistics for the Women's March on Saturday, about how the march's organizers plan to focus that energy and how they move forward.
President Trump packed his schedule on his first Monday at the White House, signing executive orders and meeting with business leaders and lawmakers. It followed a weekend of arguing about his inaugural crowd size.
Hundreds of thousands of people turned out to bear witness, protest and show support at the inauguration and the Women's March. Ten NPR video journalists documented the events; here's what they saw.
President Trump and his top aides spent their first weekend in the White House threatening reporters and insisting on the veracity of demonstrably false statements.
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That order is mostly symbolic. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, strongly backed by the Obama administration, was never ratified by Congress.
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President Trump met with corporate executives on Monday, promising tax cuts and regulatory relief. But he also warned CEOs against moving jobs to other countries.
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The group filing the suit says it is asking a federal court "to stop President Trump from violating the Constitution by illegally receiving payments from foreign governments."
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After weeks in which Donald Trump had mocked U.S. intelligence officials, he paid a visit to the CIA on Saturday. Trump told staffers that he's now with them, "a thousand percent."
There may be movement on agenda items like repealing Obamacare, but also the risk of distraction over media coverage and inaugural crowd size.
After White House spokesman Sean Spicer called in the media Saturday to berate reporting on inaugural crowd size, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway introduced the concept of "alternative facts."
Eleven states with Republican governors expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. Now those governors want to make sure the expansion isn't unwound if the ACA is repealed.
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Trump said he would surrender control of his businesses to two of his sons by Friday but ProPublica says there's no sign he has done so.
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Dolores Huerta was one of the co-founders of the group that became the United Farm Workers. She's continuing her activism of more than 60 years and her life is the focus of a new documentary, Dolores.
New York Times reporter Scott Shane talks about his recent article: "From Headline to Photograph, a Fake News Masterpiece," and his interview with a fake news content creator from Maryland.
On this 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Sociologist Gretchen Sisson of University of California, San Francisco talks about her research into abortion-related plots on television.
Paula White, one of the spiritual leaders who spoke at President Donald Trump's inauguration talks about the intersection of religion and politics.
Hundreds of thousands of women came to the Capitol for the Women's March on Washington. On Sunday, many were heading home with a big question on their mind: Now what?
Fox News reported the Trump Administration says it will work with Congress to find a long-term solution for immigrants with temporary legal status under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Part of a press secretary's job is to keep the president's initial reactions out of the public, but that could change with President Trump. Former press secretary Ari Fleischer shares his insights.
President Trump spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the phone Sunday, in their first talk since the inauguration. Trump has signaled a dramatic shift in policy toward Israel.
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