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January 19, 2017 8:51 PM Analysis: Feminism isn't a fad — especially not under President Trump

The women's movement prepares for one of its most challenging chapters. For the American women who believed the future was imminently female, Donald Trump's inauguration Friday marks the end of mourning and the beginning of resistance. One day later, after the transfer of power is complete, more than 200,000 women and men are expected to unite for the Women's 13

January 19, 2017 5:52 PM Accused cop-killer curses out judge, says he'll represent himself

The accused cop-killer who led Orlando police on a manhunt for more than a month angrily cursed at a judge during his first court appearance Thursday, swearing that police "made up" accusations against him and beat him up during his arrest. Markeith Loyd, 41, was charged with murdering his pregnant ex-girlfriend in December. Investigators said while 14

January 19, 2017 12:04 PM Stressed out over Trump’s election? Most Clinton supporters say yes

A large majority of Clinton supporters say they are stressed out over Donald Trump's election as president, a sign that anxieties from the long and toxic campaign have persisted during the Trump “honeymoon.” A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 65 percent of people who wanted Clinton to win the election say Trump's victory has increased the amount 12

January 19, 2017 11:02 AM Protests, anti-Trump events offer inauguration alternative

Rallies, protests and marches will be erupting throughout Washington, D.C., as Trump is officially sworn into office on Friday. Andy Shallal, the owner of D.C.’s popular Busboys and Poets restaurants, is holding The Peace Ball: Voices of Hope and Resistance on the eve of Inauguration Day. The sold-out event will run from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the recently 16

January 19, 2017 9:07 AM Video showing alleged ‘animal abuse’ on set of ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ sparks PETA-led boycott

The trailer for “A Dog’s Purpose,” the new children’s dramedy from Swedish director Lasse Hallstrom (“Chocolate,” “The Cider House Rules”), promised an adorable romp when the movie is released on Jan. 27. The short clip followed a golden retriever who is reincarnated time and time again — as a German Shephard, a corgi and even a Saint Bernard — serving 16

January 19, 2017 5:10 AM Hard-Luck Hillary Clinton’s Second Case of the Inaugural Blues

Unlike in 2009, there is no consolation prize this time for a campaign that fell short. How hard it must be for Hillary Clinton to sit next to Bill on the inaugural platform for the second time as an also-ran. She’s a good soldier, and she’ll carry it off with the grace of a former First Lady, but if there were a thought bubble over her head, it would 6

January 19, 2017 3:35 AM Pudge shrugs off slim first-ballot Hall margin, and reason

ARLINGTON, Texas — Ivan Rodriguez said he barely slept for three days waiting to find out whether he would get enough votes for election to baseball’s Hall of Fame. Once Pudge was secure as just the second catcher behind Johnny Bench to get in on the first ballot, the 14-time AL All-Star said he wasn’t bothered by the slim margin. And Rodriguez shrugged 11

January 19, 2017 3:35 AM With Hall of Fame election, deep wounds closing for Jeff Bagwell

As Jeff Bagwell exhales from the rigors of a seven-year wait and wraps his mind around his newfound Hall of Fame status, it's only natural for historians and fans to reflect upon the contributions that made him such a force in his prime. Bagwell's 449 home runs and .540 slugging percentage are testament to his value as a hitter. But he was also a superb 14

January 19, 2017 3:19 AM Tribune reporter gets last question at Obama’s last news conference

At President Barack Obama’s final White House news conference on Wednesday, the last question went to reporter Christi Parsons, who has covered Obama for the Chicago Tribune since he was an Illinois state senator in 1999. Parsons is now a White House reporter for the Washington bureau that serves the Tribune, the Los Angeles Times and their sister papers 11

January 19, 2017 2:36 AM Longtime Astros slugger Bagwell elected to Hall of Fame

HOUSTON (AP) Jeff Bagwell struggled to describe how he felt soon after being elected to the Hall of Fame in his seventh year on the ballot. ”I don’t even know what to say,” he said after Wednesday’s vote announcement. ”There’s no greater thing you can get personally than the Hall of Fame. You can do some stuff team-wise and all that kind of stuff, but personally 12