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10+ Of The Best Signs From The 2018 Womens March

Proving that this movement here to stay, thousands of women turned out to voice their displeasure with the current administration in Washington D.C. and just like last year, they have made some hilariously creative and clever signs. Despite this, the protests took place peacefully and with an optimism and good humor that bodes well for

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Stop trying to portray Melania as a feminist repulsed by her husband

Melania Trumpbreezed right past her husbandthe media notedgreeted cheerleadersWhile these are nice tries at reading relationship cues, or simply observing people doing things, no matter how many times Melania ignores her husband, or , or wears the right color pantsuit, she is not going to be the fed-up heroine you’re projecting her to be. And

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Report: Hope Hicks being looked at for obstruction of justice

Hope Hicks, President Donald Trump‘s communications director, is being investigated for possibly obstructing justice by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, according to the New York Times. The Trump team originally downplayed the meeting as a discussion about the ban on the adoption of Russian children to U.S. parents, crafting a statement to that effect aboard Air

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Here are the best signs from this year's Women's March

Hundreds of thousands of women and men across the U.S. joined together on Saturday to protest President Donald Trump‘s administration on the first anniversary of his inauguration. From Las Vegas—where the main Women’s March, called “Power at the Polls”— was held, to Washington, D.C., and Seattle, where indigenous women have shouted the names of other