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White House press secretary Sean Spicer speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. Spicer answered questions about prescriptions drug costs, trade, President Donald Trump's schedule among other topics. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Spicer says media has obligation to tell the truth

- The Washington Times

White House press secretary Sean Spicer defended Monday the administration’s combative start with the media, saying President Trump and his aides have a right to correct journalists mistakes and what they view as media bias.

Supporters and bikers at a Rolling Thunder rally on the National Mall listen to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump speak. The organization offered an invitation for candidates to speak, but only Mr. Trump accepted.

Bikers for Trump look to exercise some political muscle

- The Washington Times

The bikers stood out at the weekend’s inauguration events in Washington with their leathers and colors, a visual reminder of the often-overlooked Americans who came out of the woodwork to unexpectedly propel Donald Trump to the White House.

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Protesters move along Constitution Avenue at the Women's March on Washington during the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 in Washington.  (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

After mass turnout, can protests turn into political impact?

- Associated Press

Deb Szeman, a self-described "homebody," had never participated in a demonstration before hopping on an overnight bus from her home in Charlotte, North Carolina, to attend the women's march on Washington.

In a Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 photo, people hold signs at the Gulf Coast Solidarity Rally at Cafe Climb in Gulfport, Miss., before their Women's March. About 300 people attended the event held in conjunction with the Women's March in Washington D.C. (Justin Mitchell/The Sun Herald via AP)

Listen, ladies, and you will find hope

Their anger was palpable, displayed ugly and raw on homemade signs in the Women's March on Washington. Hatred spewed from their mouths and expressions, so potent that, at times, it seemed as if they might spontaneously combust. Many of these women lashed out from deep childhood wounds or past bad relationships, demanding to be heard.

FILE - In this Aug. 31, 2016 file photo, Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto, left, and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shake hands after a joint statement at Los Pinos, the presidential official residence, in Mexico City. Before his swearing-in, Trump has already hurt Mexico's economy by pressuring automakers to shift factories out of Mexico and amid an uncertain economic outlook, the peso has plunged to all-time lows against the U.S. dollar. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte, File)

Donald Trump conferring with Netanyahu, Mexican president on first weekend in office

- The Washington Times

President Trump told his senior White House staff Sunday that the new administration will do "great things over the next eight years" for America, as he conferred with foreign heads of state such as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and scheduled meetings with the leaders of Mexico and Canada amid plans to renegotiate the NAFTA free-trade deal.

Texas governor threatens funding cut over sanctuary cities

Associated Press

A Central Texas sheriff's announcement her agency will be scaling back its cooperation with federal immigration agents has prompted Gov. Greg Abbott to say his office will be cutting funding for the county.