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The Women’s March Is Back, With Both Divisions and Much to Celebrate

Women's Amrch, NYC 2019Weather reports showed a winter storm. And news reports spoke of infighting and controversy. But none of that stopped Miranda Compton and her daughter from boarding their flight on Friday to Washington from Georgia to attend the second anniversary of the Women’s March.

“It’s my dream come true,” said Ms. Compton, a 49-year-old retired assistant high school principal from Lakemont, Ga., population 2,200. “For the first time in my lifetime, I don’t feel like the only feminist in my town.”


Jason Van Dyke, ex-Chicago officer, sentenced to 6 years, 9 months for Laquan McDonald shooting

Chicago cop sentenced to 6 3/4 years for killing unarmed man

The former Chicago police officer convicted in the murder of a black teenager who was shot 16 times as he walked away was sentenced Friday to 6 years, 9 months.

Jason Van Dyke's punishment was far less than the minimum of 18 years that prosecutors were seeking, although state sentencing guidelines allowed for as many as 96 years or more — the equivalent of six years served consecutively for each shot.

A jury in October found Van Dyke, 40, guilty of second-degree murder and 16 counts of aggravated battery in the death of Laquan McDonald, 17.


Rosie O'Donnell: Trump will be arrested before the 2020 election

Rosie O'Donnell: Trump will be arrested before 2020
Rosie O'Donnell, the longtime antagonist to President Trump, said in a recent interview that she believes he will be arrested before the 2020 election.

Pressed by TMZ for a brief interview on Wednesday about whether she thinks Trump will be reelected in 2020, O’Donnell replied: “I certainly do not. I think he’ll be arrested.”

“I believe in America and I believe in our political system and I believe we will right the wrong of the tyranny of Donald Trump,” she continued.


Judge: Trump Administration Can’t Add Citizenship Question to Census

Census question cannot ask citizenship status

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the Trump administration cannot add to the 2020 U.S. Census a question about respondents’ citizenship.

Critics had decried Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ move to include the question, arguing that it would dissuade immigrants of all kinds from responding to the decennial survey, which helps allocate congressional seats and approximately $675 billion in federal funding.


Publicist: Broadway icon Carol Channing dies at age 97

Carol Channing dies at 97Actress Carol Channing, whose career spanned decades on Broadway and on television, has died at age 97.

Publicist B. Harlan Boll says Channing died of natural causes at 12:31 a.m. Tuesday in Rancho Mirage, California. Boll says she had twice suffered strokes in the last year.

The lanky, ebullient musical comedy star delighted American audiences over almost 5,000 performances as the scheming Dolly Levi in “Hello, Dolly!” on Broadway and beyond.


'Our Armageddon': Los Angeles teachers strike in nation's 2nd largest school district

LA teachers on strikeThe wave of teacher strikes that has rocked education for the last 11 months reached a crescendo early Monday, as educators in the nation’s second-largest school district took to the streets of Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Unified School District, where the strike affects half a million students at more than 900 schools, is opting to keep its doors open this week as teachers protest outside. The 34,000 educators are rallying for better pay, smaller classes, less standardized testing, charter school regulation and more counselors, librarians and nurses.


Five dead on midwest roads as huge snowstorm heads for Washington DC

Five dead in miwest roads

A massive winter snowstorm making its way across the Midwest and into the US mid-Atlantic region dumped more than a foot of snow in parts of Missouri and contributed to at least five deaths, authorities said on Saturday.

The storm moved into Kansas and Nebraska from the Rockies on Friday, then east into Missouri, Iowa, Illinois and Indiana, covering roads and making driving dangerous.

Part of Interstate 44 near St Louis was blocked for several hours and at one point the Missouri state highway patrol warned of traffic delays as long as eight hours.


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