Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:
- Military probes possible friendly fire in deaths of two U.S. service members in Afghanistan
- Trump signs executive order that could open California coast to drilling
- House okays one-week stopgap measure to avert shutdown
- GOP shutting out doctors, Democrats in effort to resuscitate healthcare overhaul
- Sanctuary cities get legal boost from conservative Supreme Court rulings
- Two American troops killed in Afghanistan near site where U.S. dropped mega bomb
Tens of thousands of demonstrators converged around the White House and in other cities Saturday to protest what they said was the Trump administration's rejection of scientific claims on climate change and other environmental issues.
Trump has ordered the removal of numerous regulations imposed by previous administrations to protect the environment. That has motivated demonstrators to choose the president's 100th day in office for mass protests .
"I am standing up for climate change," said Lucy La Flamme, a Washington resident who held a large banner saying, "Resist," at the demonstration.
"This is a critical tipping point," said Kaitlin Jensco, 29, a teacher.
She and others expressed alarm at the Trump administration's decision to remove from government websites any mention of climate warming and other keen environmental concerns.
Participants in the People's Climate March said they objected to Trump's rollback of restrictions on mining, oil drilling and greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants, among other things.
In Washington, demonstrators braved one of the hottest April days on record to participate in the marches.