WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid internal controversies and a capital city deeply distracted by the partial government shutdown, the third Women’s March returned to Washington on Saturday with an enduring message of anger and defiance aimed…
While campaigning for president in Iowa on Saturday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand condemned anti-Semitism at one of the several women’s marches taking place across the country, addressing the allegations roiling the national Women’s March, Inc. organization.
Thousands gathered in D.C. Saturday for the third-annual Women’s March on Washington. Watch a video of the march.
The first Women’s March came in January 2017. This year it may also include furloughed workers impacted by the partial government shutdown.
The third annual Women’s March is returning to Washington this week amid inclement weather, ideological schisms and the longest government shutdown in American history.
Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington brings sizable crowds to the area and will affect traffic. Here are the street closures for Saturday. Be advised that all closures and listed times are subject to change.
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend and two separate marches in downtown D.C. mean traffic and transit changes for the region from Friday through Monday.
Organizers say the event is being required to move because of the partial federal government shutdown and because of the possibility of bad weather.
Expecting big crowds for a third-annual protest against President Donald Trump, Maryland’s MARC Train has already announced extra service Jan. 19 for the Women’s March on Washington. Metro plans to avoid any track work.
Protesters took to the streets outside the National Rifle Association to demand stricter gun laws near the nation’s largest gun lobby. They pushed for increased restrictions on downloadable weapons and called on the Internal Revenue Service to revoke the NRA’s tax-exempt status. See photos.
New Jersey’s first lady Tammy Murphy told a crowd of thousands at a Women’s March event in Morristown that she had been sexually assaulted while in college.
Almost a year after the historic 2017 Women’s March, marchers carried signs and donned pink hats in D.C. once again. See photos and video of Saturday’s march.
Protesters returned to the Department of Justice on Saturday as part of a two-day protest against a controversial video released by the NRA.
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.
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