U. S. Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham said Sunday they would support Rex Tillerson’s nomination to head the State Department, all but clearing a path through the Senate for the former Exxon Mobil Corp. CEO.
Here's another reminder that the turnout for the hundreds of Women's Marches across the globe Saturday was YUGE.
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From San Francisco to D. C. to Madison, Wisconsin, throngs of supporters packed streets and parks, a massive show of unity in the wake of the inauguration of Donald Trump as the nation's 45th president.
And these timelapses give us an idea of just how immense the groups were, as the crowd moves over minutes and hours, a seemingly never-ending sea of nasty women and allies.
The Women's Marches brought together millions of people in the United States — and not all of them were women.
Dads, too, came out to show their support for the march and the women in their lives. The subways and streets of Washington, D. C., were full of grown men wearing knitted pink vagina hats on their heads.