Half a million people descended on Washington to show solidarity with women and minorities on Donald Trump’s first full day in the White House. The march, they hope, will launch a more connected and inspired women’s movement.
Unexpectedly large crowds of women and human rights activists took to the streets of Washington, D.C., Chicago, Charlotte and even smaller towns like Boise. Protesters around the country marched for women's and civil rights and were intended to send a message to President Donald Trump on his first full day in office.
A Washington, D.C. official says the estimated turnout for the Women's March in the city now stands at a half a million. It is about double the amount of people who showed up to President Donald Trump's inauguration.
President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and family attend a national prayer service on Saturday at Washington National Cathedral. The interfaith service is a tradition for new presidents and is hosted by the Episcopal parish.
Thousands of people gathered outside the U.S. Embassy in London on Saturday to protest on President Donald Trump's first full day in office. Among them were demonstrators taking part in the Women's March on London, promoting women's and human rights.
From Ivanka to Hillary, and from Michelle to Kellyanne, fashion expert Hal Rubenstein gives his take on all the iconic and "ludicrous" outfits that were worn at Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony on Friday. Hear what he has to say about Trump's signature red tie.