Thousands gathered in D.C. Saturday for the third-annual Women’s March on Washington. Watch a video of the march.
The competing rally and forum is organized by the Independent Women’s Forum, which program director Julie Gunlock describes as a “conservative, libertarian, free-market” organization.
Saturday’s Women’s March on the Polls will briefly close some streets in downtown D.C. as marchers cross from the National Mall toward Lafayette Park.
Two marches on Friday and Saturday are expected to bring a large number of protesters to D.C. and will pose travel challenges for those attending or trying to avoid the crowds. Here’s what you should know about street closures.
More Metro train service is planned Friday for the March for Life, but track work will limit service on all lines the remainder of the weekend.
How was Metro able to operate with minimal issues during the events’ near-record ridership? Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said what “was an all-hands-on-deck 48-plus hours” actually wasn’t much different from a normal day.
Despite near record ridership during the inauguration and the Women’s March on Washington, Metro expects to have lost money. And with largely smooth operation over inauguration weekend, many ask why the rail system can’t operate as efficiently on a regular day.
Many SmarTrip inauguration passes didn’t arrive in time for the big event. But Metro is offering refunds.
D.C. charity Martha’s Table is collecting SmartTrip cards from out-of-towners who attended the events in town this week.
An organizer with the Women’s March on Washington said they did not anticipate such a huge crowd, despite intense planning.
Friday’s inauguration events and Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington put the National Park Service to the test, transitioning the National Mall from one event to the other.
The White House responded Sunday morning to the heavy turnout for Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington.
Madonna’s speech at the Women’s March on Washington Saturday prompted a flurry of reactions, both at the event and over the Internet.
Men did march in numbers today in support of wives, sisters, daughters and family members with posters, “pussy hats,” pins, T-shirts and more.
Thousands of people from Maryland – a state that voted overwhelmingly last November for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton – were among those who flooded the streets of Washington
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