‘We Love This County as Much as Trump Does’

More than a million people filled the streets of hundreds of U.S. cities Saturday, protesting a new administration they fear will roll back civil rights. Half a million marched on the White House; 120,000 protested in the Bay Area; 60,000 in Atlanta; 50,000 in Austin, Texas, and in New Orleans, a jazz funeral procession mourned the death of democracy, with an effigy of an orange-faced President Donald Trump in a coffin.

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Top CNS stories for today including Donald Trump sworn in as 45th president of the United States; inauguration rioters set large blaze in Washington; Western Union forfeits $586 million to victims of massive fraud scheme, the Ninth Circuit says secret video wasn’t protected, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including 13 coal states suing the federal government to block enforcement of a clean water rule applied to streams; Donald Trump completes his cabinet with the selection of former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary; Paul McCartney sues Sony Music in a bid to regain his rights to the Beatles’ catalog, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including Senate Democrats blast Education Secretary nominee Betsy Devos on her inexperience; Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt concedes climate change is real, but stands by his criticism of the Environmental Protection Agency, which he will likely soon lead; the Supreme Court hears arguments on behalf of Muslim men rounded up after 9/11 who said their detention was the result of an unconstitutional national-security policy, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including a former “Apprentice” contestant sues President-elect Donald Trump for defamation; an Asian American rock band takes battle over offensive trademarks to the Supreme Court; Stanford University researchers find smartwatches can tell we’re sick before we can; President Barack Obama creates monuments to the Civil Rights era, and more.

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