Saturday / Donald Trump

"It's an unbelievable image that we're looking at. These are peaceful protesters, walking along, grieving about the tragic death of 11 of their neighbors in a synagogue on Saturday, and protesting the presence of Donald Trump, the president, in their community today."

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This Honduran teen is worried he'll die if he's deported from the U.S. Jonathan Sánchez told lawmakers that he was in tears when he heard that the Trump administration was going to end a program that allowed some migrants suffering from deadly illnesses to avoid deportation.

Nearly four hours after she finished her speech, Elizabeth Warren makes it to the end of the selfie line

Opinion: The hardest job for the next president may be fixing Trump’s mess

State Dept sent explosive-detection dogs to Jordan despite evidence of mistreatment: report

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"If there's anything that's going to get under this President's skin, it is the former President, Barack Obama" From changing his stance on defending Saudi Arabia to Obama's book and TV deals, CNN's @donlemon  examines President Trump's gripes with his predecessor.

I think this is one of the signs of the end times: Sean Spicer makes his Dancing with the Stars debut

UPDATE: RCMP say suspect remains at large after man found with gunshot wounds at shopping mall north of Calgary. Police say CrossIron Mills shopping centre remains in lockdown mode #yyc 

More than 3 million women in the U.S. experienced rape as their first sexual encounter, according to a recently published study. Experts say the number is alarming — but likely an underestimate. The data was also collected prior to the #MeToo  movement.