- Women descend on DC to push back against new president
WASHINGTON (AP) — Wearing pink, pointy-eared "pussyhats" to mock the new president, throngs of women descended on the nation's capital and other cities around the globe Saturday for marches and demonstrations aimed at showing Donald Trump they won't be silent over the next four years.
- Trump wraps up ceremony, turns to governing
WASHINGTON (AP) — As President Donald Trump wrapped up the ceremony of his inauguration and shifted to governing, he signaled he intends to move quickly to make a clean break from the Obama administration.
- World jittery about Trump's 'America first' inaugural speech
President Donald Trump's inaugural speech promised "America first" policy led by a forceful executive, in contrast to the coalition building and international conferences which have featured strongly in past administrations.
- Rescuers listen for signs of life in avalanche-struck hotel
FARINDOLA, Italy (AP) — Rescuers listened for signs Saturday of any more survivors, three days after an avalanche slammed into a resort hotel in Italy's central Apennines mountains. Using saws, shovels and just gloved hands, they advanced slowly through the wreckage in hopes of locating some 23 guests and hotel workers still missing.
- Tornado rips through parts of south Mississippi, killing 4
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — Four people were killed and scores of homes were flattened early Saturday when a tornado hitting in the dark of night ripped through a city in southern Mississippi, officials said.
- Nadal holds off Zverev to reach 4th round at Australian Open
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Rafael Nadal had a good, hard look at the future before pulling a few tricks from his past to hold it back — for now.
- The Latest: Night shift works for Dimitrov in Australia
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The latest from the Australian Open on Saturday (all times local):
- Falcons don't belong in such elite company? Guess again
If you're wondering what the Falcons are doing in the NFL's version of the Final Four with the Patriots, Steelers and Packers, you aren't alone.
- Kickers for final 4 NFL playoff teams each have leg up
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Touchdowns are always nice, but clutch kickers are welcome security blankets for NFL offenses, especially in the playoffs.
- WNBA players starting to invest in food industry
NEW YORK (AP) — Whether it's to plan for their future once basketball is done, promote healthy living or just to have some fun, WNBA players such as Sue Bird and Maya Moore are getting involved in the food industry.