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Politicians, Activists Rally Crowd at Women's March in Washington

Politicians, Activists Rally Crowd at Women's March in Washington

ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Activists and politicians are participating in the Women's March on Washington this morning, the biggest of hundreds of marches taking place today.

The rally featured speeches from women's rights activist Gloria Steinem, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, actress Ashley Judd and director Michael Moore among others.

A group of ...

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Sundance Says Cyberattack Caused Box Office to Close Briefly

Sundance Says Cyberattack Caused Box Office to Close Briefly

iStock/Thinkstock(PARK CITY, Utah) -- The Sundance Film Festival was hit by a cyberattack briefly on Saturday, according to event officials.

The festival said on social media that the cyberattack caused network outages, shutting down Sundance's box office. All screenings were set to take place as planned, organizers assured filmgoers, but there was no further information available on the attack...

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"Quantico" Star Talks Art Imitating Life in the Spy Game, and the Move to Monday Nights

"Quantico" Star Talks Art Imitating Life in the Spy Game, and the Move to Monday Nights

ABC/Jonathan Wenk(NEW YORK) -- Actor Blair Underwood, Priyanka Chopra and the rest of the cast returns to the twisty spy thriller Quantico on Monday night, in a move to a 10 p.m. time slot for the ABC drama.

"I'm really excited about the fact that we're moving to Monday nights," Underwood told ABC News, "excited about the lead-in we have with The Bachelor, which is a huge audience -- you know, ...

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Trump Spokesman Slams Media Over Inauguration Coverage

Trump Spokesman Slams Media Over Inauguration Coverage

Alex Wong/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- White House press secretary Sean Spicer slammed the media in a statement to the press on his first day on the job, accusing news organizations of falsely reporting that fewer people attended Donald Trump's inauguration than attended previous inaugurations, claiming that photographs were intentionally framed to make the crowds appear smaller.

Spicer was dis...

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