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Women have expressed a significantly greater interest in running for political office since the election.
The five-day suspensions were confirmed by Chicago Police Department spokesman Frank Giancamilli, who said they were handed down for improper operation of dashboard cameras.
Thursday's conversation underlined anxiety about the Obamacare repeal process and the fears that people will lose their health insurance before a replacement is found.
This week's clashes between protesters and police are the most serious since the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied an easement in December for the pipeline to travel under Lake Oahe.
Fifty percent of women and 35 percent of men who are parents say they are teaching their children about consent or sexual assault issues as a result of Trump's election.
The case could impact the high-profile dispute over the government's cancellation of the trademarks of the NFL's Washington Redskins for disparaging Native Americans.
Police have forecast that some 900,000 people, both supporters and opponents, will flood Washington for the inauguration ceremony.
The results could foretell stronger-than-expected public opposition to Trump's plans to boost energy development by slashing environmental regulations.
Agency accused of discrimination in promotions and fostering a racially hostile workplace.
Obama has now commuted the sentences of 1,385 people and granted a total of 212 pardons.
Trump suggested that the women accusing him of sexual assault were looking for publicity or to damage his presidential campaign.
CVS Health has cut the price of a generic version of Impax Laboratories Inc's emergency allergy injection.
The Justice Department report said excessive force falls "heaviest on Black and Latino communities."
The hearing will address minor infractions and will not discuss whether or not Rice's shooting was justified.
Ex-deputy Benjamin Fields was fired shortly after a video of him flipping a Black student over in her desk went viral.
"Everything that can affect the population in general is going to affect millennial women," said one woman who plans to march in protest of Trump.
Bernice King stands by Rep. John Lewis. Tells churchgoers "Don't be afraid of who sits in the White House."
Calls Rep. John Lewis "All talk ... no action" despite Lewis' brutal 1965 beating by police in Selma, Ala., while seeking voting rights.