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Trump begins first week in office with outreach

President Donald Trump is meeting with congressional leaders from both parties to discuss his agenda, as he enters his first official week in the White House and works to begin delivering on his ambitious campaign promises

The making of the Women's March on Washington

Go behind the scenes and see the making of the historic Women's March on Washington, and the organizers behind it.

McConnell on confirmation fights over Trump's…

Senate majority leader weighs in on 'Fox News Sunday'

Trump Adviser Says He Isn't Going To Release His…

Kellyanne Conway says people didn't care about Donald Trump's tax returns. They do.

People are Anonymously Tweeting To Trump From…

A new site let's you anonymously tweet to @realDonaldTrump's account by texting or calling for free (929) 267-4959. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

The Trump Administration's 'Running War' With The…

On his first full day as president, Donald Trump attacked the media for the coverage of the size of the crowd at his inauguration.

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Iran cautious in its first comments about US…

Iran cautious in its comments about Donald Trump; Tehran spokesman says it's 'too soon' to assess new US president

After mass turnout, can protests turn into…

After more than a million people flooded nationwide demonstrations opposing President Donald Trump's agenda, the question is whether that energy can be sustained and turned into political impact

How will Trump handle politcal infighting?

As President Trump heads into his first full week in office many wonder how he will handle political fights brewing in Washington. CNN's Manu Raju reports.

Kucinich and Schlapp on Trump's inaugural address

Matt Schlapp and Dennis Kucinich discuss President Trumps inaugural speech

Millions Actually Watched The Inauguration, Just…

Almost 31 million people watched Donald Trump's inauguration from home, making it the fifth most watched inauguration since 1969.

Yes, The Women's March Had Real Goals — A Lot Of…

The march had lots of goals in its platform, and the women we spoke with had a broad range of issues they were marching for, too.

Trump White House ringed by 'swamp' denizens…

President Donald Trump's Washington will be populated by "swamp" denizens, despite his pledge to drain it of such creatures

Trump's biggest campaign promises face 'Day 1' test

As a candidate, Donald Trump made a slew of "Day One" promises that any president would find daunting

Trump to begin renegotiating NAFTA

President Donald Trump said he will begin renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement when he meets with the leaders of Canada and Mexico.

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Street Justice: The Women's March

Judge Jeanine tries to reason with anti-Trump protesters

Here Are Those 'Paid Protesters' Donald Trump…

We tried to find some, but we struck out.

Supporters, Detractors Describe Hopes For Trump's…

As you might expect, we got a whole bunch of different answers.

Trump's 'running war' on the media undermines…

Donald Trump's "running war" on the media is continuing into his presidency

Trump hotel adds to ethics concern with inaugural…

President Donald Trump's hotel in Washington is the center of what top Democrats and some ethics advisers see as his web of conflicts of interest

NYC mayor's wife: This is a movement

Chirlane McCray, wife of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, speaks about the Women's March and President Donald Trump.

Can President Trump keep faith-based voters happy?

Insight from Pastor Robert Jeffress, Fox News contributor

'Data Rescuers' Are Stockpiling A Ton Of US…

Scientists want to store the information outside the country.

Here's Trump's First Order Of Business For…

It's called "America First Foreign Policy."

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Rubio faces moment of truth on secretary of state…

Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida must decide whether to provoke the new president's wrath by opposing his secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson

The Latest: 1M trips taken on DC city rail system…

Transportation officials in Washington say more than a million trips were taken on the city's rail system Saturday _ a tally that is hundreds of thousands more than on Inauguration Day

Brian Fallon: Sean Spicer lied to the press

Former Justice Department spokesman Brian Fallon says he is concerned that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer may be sacrificing his integrity by lying for President Trump.