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Here’s the latest Campaign 2016 Coverage from CBS News:

Hillary Clinton, along with a bevy of other prominent female politicians, got involved on Twitter to promote the march
His vist comes as the investigation into his campaign's ties to the Russian government intensifies
Women's March on Washington draws hundreds of thousands of women to nation’s capital as sister protests are held in other cities worldwide
More than 200 anti-Trump protesters were arrested during a day of protest against President Donald Trump in Washington. A second day of demonstrations is expected Saturday, as tens of thousands will gather for the Women's March on Washington. Nancy Cordes reports from the Capitol.
Hundreds of thousands of women gathered in the nation's capital following a long tradition of Americans marching to have their voices heard
Trump wants son-in-law Jared Kushner on White House staff, raising questions over whether appointment violates anti-nepotism laws
The National Park Service said it regrets the "mistaken RTs" from its account, one of which was about the attendance of Trump's inauguration
Arizona Republican weighs in on Trump's inaugural address, why Rex Tillerson, Steve Mnuchin have his vote for confirmation
CBS News contributor Bob Schieffer witnessed his 14th presidential inauguration Friday. He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share his impressions of Donald Trump's inaugural speech and thoughts on what lies ahead.
The president has taken his first step toward fulfilling one of his biggest campaign promises: repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. He signed an executive order allowing federal agencies to change or delay parts of the law. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes and Ezra Klein, editor-in-chief of Vox.com, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the future of Obamacare.
Women from all over the country will head to the nation's capital on Saturday with a message for the new president
President Donald Trump has the chance to shape the direction of the Supreme Court for decades to come. He's expected to nominate a justice to the court within two weeks to fill the vacancy left by the death of Antonin Scalia last year. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the leading candidates.
CBS News foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan and Jeffrey Goldberg, editor-in-chief for The Atlantic, join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the top foreign policy issues facing the Trump administration, including the Syrian War and U.S.-Russia relations.
CBS News political director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson compares President Trump's inaugural address to the themes that Republican presidents usually touch upon. Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the speech and the new president's splits with his party.
The protectionist and isolationist themes in President Trump's inauguration speech are causing jitters in many world capitals. But his speech was applauded in Russia, Israel and by populist leaders in Europe. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from London.
Mr. Trump’s past says a lot about how he’ll govern the United States
As Mr. Trump takes office as the nation's 45th president, will he be an agent of change? CBS News examines an unprecedented new American leader in a special anchored by Gayle King and John Dickerson.
Students representing the diversity of today's America speak out about fear, hate and possible deportation under a Trump presidency
The Piano Guys played a cover of "Fight Song," and the song's writer and original performer, Rachel Platten, tweeted she did not "approve or endorse" the use of the song
“Now the work begins," he told the crowd at one ball Friday night