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Fox News downplays Women's March on Washington

The three main cable news networks may have been equal in their wall-to-wall coverage of Friday’s inauguration and its festivities, but during Saturday’s coverage of the Women’s March on Washington, the historical divide between Fox News and its compatriots had been firmly reinstated.

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Donald Trump's presidential style: dangling neckties and the power of positive thinking

By all accounts, when incoming first lady Melania Trump stepped into public view on Inauguration Day, she was also stepping into a new role as trendsetter-in-chief. It was a shift reflected in her choice of outfit: a sky blue Ralph Lauren ensemble with matching suede gloves and sky-high stilettos that instantly drew comparisons to Jackie Kennedy’s White House look.

Number 45? Not so much.

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For cable networks, it's business as usual, despite unprecedented nature of Trump's inauguration

If there was one thing MSNBC’s Chris Matthews was determined not to normalize on Donald Trump’s inauguration day, it was the incoming president’s  unbuttoned overcoat. Which Matthews mentioned at least three times.

“Why doesn’t Trump button his coat?” Matthews fretted. “Sign of formality there.”

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TV This Week, Jan. 22-28: Debbie Reynolds tribute, 'The Nice Guys' and more



The Falcons play the Packers for the “NFC Championship” then the Steelers face the Patriots in the “AFC Championship,” then the winners of each game will meet in Super Bowl LI in Houston on Feb. 5. Noon Fox; 3:30 p.m. CBS

Nine two-person teams go on the lam, with a cool quarter-mil to be handed out to those who can evade capture, in the new reality competition “Hunted.” 7 p.m.

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Friday's TV Highlights: 'Great Performances' on KOCE


Inauguration of Donald J. Trump Coverage begins at 6 a.m. on CNN; 7 a.m. on CBS and NBC;  8 a.m. KCAL, KOCE, Bloomberg, and Fox News. 

Inaugural Events CSPN coverage of the inauguration, the inaugural parade and inaugural balls begins at 7 a.m. and continues through 8 p.m.; CNN provides live coverage of the inaugural parade at 11 a.m.

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Miguel Ferrer, star of 'RoboCop,' 'NCIS: Los Angeles' and 'Twin Peaks,' dies at 61

Miguel Ferrer, an actor with a long list of credits ranging from “Twin Peaks” to his current role on CBS’ “NCIS: Los Angeles,” died of cancer on Thursday. He was 61.

A fixture on TV and in movies since the 1980s, Ferrer’s reputation as a scene-stealer began with 1987’s “RoboCop,” where he played Bob Morton, the conniving corporate executive who designed the film’s title cyborg.

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