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Why They Rallied: Snapshots of the Women's March on NYC

City officials estimated more than 400,000 people packed into New York City in a show of solidarity.

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The turnout far exceeded organizers' expectations.

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Protesters will hit the streets Saturday for the Women's March on New York City.

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There will be closures around Midtown for the march and rally starting near the United Nations.

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When politics come up, "I just listen, keep it to myself and move on," said one Trump voter.

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The mayor says that he will keep fighting the president in order to protect New Yorkers.

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The Board of Elections said Larry Scott Blackmon won't appear on absentee and military ballots.

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The $1 treats at Gombo's Bakery are decorated with the new president's name and red frosting.

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The North Shore activist officially announced her run on Friday afternoon.

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He's doing it for Shia LaBeouf's Anti-Trump Art Installation at the Museum of the Moving Image.

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Joseph Connor, whose father was killed by the FALN, blasts Obama's decision to free Oscar Lopez Rivera.

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Michael Moore, Mark Ruffalo, Alec Baldwin and others joined the mayor to decry the president-elect.

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The protesters, decrying Trump's close ties to the bank, are camped out through Friday.

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The Independent Democratic Conference released a scathing report on the city's cluster sites and hotels.

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