'Sanctuary Cities' Undaunted by Trump Move to Cut FundingPoliticians in New York, Seattle and other "sanctuary cities" that protect immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally declared Wednesday they won't be intimidated by a move by President Donald Trump to cut off millions in federal funding to such communities.
Thousands Gather During March For Women In SeattleThe turnout is nearly double that of early projections.
LIVE: Inauguration Day From Washington DCFollow along live as Inauguration Day festivities takes place in the nation's capital.
UPDATES: Inauguration Day Protests Take Place Throughout Seattle and PNWThe Latest on rallies and protests in the Northwest following the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Growing List of Democrats Boycotting Trump InaugurationThe roster of House Democrats planning to boycott President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration grew to more than 40 on Tuesday in a protest of the New York businessman's policies and his repeated criticism of legendary civil rights activist John Lewis.
4 Washington Electors Pick Candidate Other Than ClintonFor the first time in four decades, members of the Electoral College in Washington state have broken from the state's popular vote for president, with four electors casting their votes for candidates other than Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Fact Check: Trump's Statements On Auto Industry Are MisleadingPresident-elect Donald Trump has a long list of deceptive statements about Ford Motor Co. and the auto industry, and he added to that list this week.
Mayors Of 'Sanctuary Cities' Say They'll Fight Trump's PlansNew York's Bill de Blasio, Chicago's Rahm Emanuel and Seattle's Ed Murray are among those in "sanctuary cities" who have tried to soothe immigrant populations worried about Trump's agenda.
Presidential Election Could Be Over Before It Even Begins
Ryan Expresses Confidence in Retaining House Speaker PostRyan retains the support of a strong majority of congressional Republicans. But some GOP lawmakers are unhappy that he distanced himself from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and didn't campaign for him.
In This US Election Year, Celebrities Take Their Gloves OffThis year, some 130 celebrities — including Shonda Rhimes, Jane Fonda and Neil Patrick Harris — signed a MoveOn.org petition to beat Trump "and the hateful ideology he represents."
If Clinton Wins, More in GOP Say No To 9 on Supreme CourtSeveral Republicans have said if the voters elect Clinton, they'll block her nominees, effectively abandoning their advice and consent role for her entire term.