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Donald Trump was president for less than a day when he signed an executive order guiding agencies to limit the way that the Affordable Care Act works. But does the executive order do?

Around the world, women have been marching in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington and the sister marches in the U.S. NPR's Frank Langfitt gives the latest from London.

Rep. Maxine Waters of California speaks about her decision to not attend President Donald Trump's inauguration and the post-inauguration women's marches.

Former Republican Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina speaks about her take on the inauguration of President Donald Trump and the women's marches occurring around the world on Saturday.

Science, women's rights, human rights, LGBT rights, and minority rights are just a few of the issues that were reasons people chose to attend the women's marches across the country on Saturday.

Hundreds of thousands of people came to the National Mall within two days, some to attend President Trump's inauguration and others to protest it. People from both sides of join this week's talk.

Women's marches are being held across the country, including in Raleigh, N.C. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Jess Clark of member station WUNC.

As participants in the Women's March on Washington prepare to begin their walk down the National Mall to the White House NPR's Sarah McCammon checks in.

President Trump attended an interfaith prayer service at Washington's National Cathedral, but he's also attending to more secular matters, with a visit to the CIA headquarters.

As the Women's March on Washington continues in the nation's capitol, people are marching in cities across the world. Deborah Becker of member station WBUR is at the march in Boston.

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