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Strong to severe storms in the forecast for Sunday


165 women from ENC travel to Women's Walk on Washington


Kinston crews repairing sinkhole on E. King St.


Elizabeth City Police searching for suspect in shooting


Charlie's Forecast: Off and on showers turn stormy Sunday night


Nearly half-million people show up for Women's March on Washington


Women's solidarity rally held in Pitt County


Search to replace MCC president begins Monday


Marine accused of child sex abuse faces more charges


NC jury orders Dish Network pay people on 'Do Not Call' list


15-year-old stabs another student at Halifax Co. high school


Jones County house fire spreads to neighboring house


More donations for South Greenville Elementary


More Than 200 Arrested in D.C. Protests on Inauguration Day


Interior Department banned from Twitter after retweet of smaller-than-usual Trump inauguration crowd


Trump takes charge, assertive but untested 45th US president


Many Left Washington. Many Arrived. All Felt the Mood of a New Era.


ENC reaction to Trump inauguration


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Peace, Positivity As Massive Women's March Hits D.C.

Not a single arrest was made as hundreds of thousands marched in the nation's capital, some in opposition to President Donald Trump.

'We Are America': Women's March Spotlights Fiery Rhetoric

Organizers expect more than 200,000 demonstrators to gather in Washington, D.C., Saturday to march in support of gender and other issues.

Aerial Views Show Massive Crowds at Women's Rallies

From Washington, D.C., to Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles, hundreds of thousands of women turned out to demonstrate for their rights.

'Despicable': Ex-CIA Boss, Others Slam Trump Speech at Memorial

Trump's visit was seen as a way to mend fences, but was criticized for a speech seen as lacking respect for the CIA's Memorial Wall of Agency heroes.

White House Blasts Media Over Inauguration Coverage

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer accuses the press of misrepresenting the size of the crowd at Friday's inauguration.