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The Inauguration of Donald Trump

Pledging to empower America's "forgotten men and women," Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday.

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Lawsuit: Trump business ties violate Constitution

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The lawsuit claims that a constitutional clause prohibits Trump from receiving money from diplomats for stays at his hotels or foreign governments for leases of office space in his buildings.Read more

'SNL' writer suspended for tweet about Barron Trump

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A "Saturday Night Live" writer has been suspended indefinitely after tweeting a joke about Donald Trump's 10-year-old youngest son, Barron.Read more

Trump moves to pull US out of Pacific-Rim trade deal

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Trump places hiring freeze on some federal workers, cuts off funding for international groups that perform abortions.Read more

Barbara Bush discharged from hospital; George H.W. Bush leaving ICU

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Former first lady Barbara Bush was discharged from a hospital Monday while former President George H.W. Bush is expected to be moved from the hospital's intensive care unit soon.Read more

President Trump tweets on Women’s March protesters: “Why didn’t these people vote?”

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President Donald Trump, in between tweets about his “long standing ovations” at CIA headquarters and his inauguration’s television ratings, implied in a tweet early Sunday morning that the Women's March protesters did not vote.Read more

Face The State with Scott Light | January 22, 2017

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This week: The Inauguration of Donald Trump and looking ahead to his first 100 days.Read more

Trump turns to routine matters after day of bashing media

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President Donald Trump, who spent his first full day in office berating the media over their coverage of his inauguration, will spend Sunday engaged in more routine matters, like overseeing the swearing in of high-level staffers.Read more

Justice Department says Trump can legally hire son-in-law Jared Kushner

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The Department of Justice has concluded that Mr. Trump’s decision to hire his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as a senior White House adviser does not violate federal anti-nepotism laws.Read more