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Women and other groups were demonstrating across the nation and as far abroad as Myanmar and Australia.
NBC News takes a glance at what people around the planet are saying about America's new leader.
The order also directs agencies to give greater flexibility to states in implementing the health care law, NBC News reports.
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Because Snap is one of the only major IPOs in the pipeline, bankers are "struggling to generate fees," the Wall Street Journal reported.
Shares of Walgreen Boots Alliance and Rite Aid are trading lower after the merger of the two drugstore companies is facing US antitrust concerns.
People are waiting for plans to repeal Obamacare to commence, but analyst Terry Haines believes that process will take longer than expected.
Former materials and engineering heavyweight splits earnings into Arconic and Alcoa.
The market likes Trump's pro-growth policies but is concerned about his protectionist tendencies, Allianz's Mohamed El-Erian said.
Carl Icahn, Trump's special advisor on reform, said he sees the 45th president of the United States taking a confrontational approach to governing.
California released an ambitious plan to cut the state's output of heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions.
Apple says Qualcomm has been "charging royalties for technologies they have nothing to do with."
Whenever Trump's National Day of Patriotism may fall, it shouldn't be confused with previous presidential proclamations of Patriot Day.
The real driver of the country's economic expansion is productivity, and 2 to 3 percent growth is needed, Bill Gross says.
Donald Trump had an opportunity to start his administration on a positive, uplifting note. He chose not to, Politico's Ben White says
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