The day after prosecutors dropped 129 Inauguration Day riot cases, a dozen protesters whose cases weren’t dropped were in a D.C. courtroom.
French President Emmanuel Macron has inaugurated a major Picasso exhibition in Paris, focusing on one key year in the Spanish master’s art and life.
July 20 will mark six months since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, and it’s an important date to keep in mind for those who were protesting in D.C. that day.
Twelve of the 214 charged with rioting in D.C. on Inauguration Day appeared before a judge on Friday — after a grand jury added more charges. One pleaded guilty.
A report from the District’s Police Complaints Board found that D.C. police violated department policies while trying to breakup Inauguration Day protests and that the department didn’t have enough officers working to manage the crowds for the Women’s March the next day.
Closures outside the White House that were put in place months ago for the presidential inauguration are set to be lifted this week, allowing closer access to the Executive Mansion, according to the National Park Service.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against D.C. police and U.S. Park Police for arrests made during the Inauguration Day riots.
The large crowds are gone, but visible damage remains following riots that broke out in downtown D.C. during Inauguration Day protests last week. All told, police arrested 230 people who have been charged with rioting.
As the dust settles from last week’s inaugural activities D.C. police are reviewing their strategy and tactics for maintaining order.
D.C. charity Martha’s Table is collecting SmartTrip cards from out-of-towners who attended the events in town this week.
D.C.’s interim police chief said the arrest was an example of how bystanders can help with a police investigation.
Highlights of Saturday’s Women’s March speakers, including Scarlett Johansson, Alicia Keys, Ashley Judd and more.
WASHINGTON — Click below for a live feed of the interfaith prayer service now being held at the Washington National Cathedral the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
The pomp and circumstance of President Trump’s inauguration has passed, but D.C.’s hectic weekend still isn’t over.
Trump’s inaugural address described a dark vision of the country and its woes, but the new president said a united America is “totally unstoppable.”
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