This past weekend thousands of women - and men - took to the streets to show the world how nasty they can be. They called it the “women’s march” but I refuse to call it by that name.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo criticized President Trump at a breakfast preceding this weekend's Women's March in Manhattan.
Women's March organizers released a "resistance toolkit" for high school and college students.
Hillary Clinton blamed many people for her loss of the presidency to Donald Trump, even turning on some who support her.
Dana Loesch has found herself the target of Black Lives Matter and women's groups for a recent NRA ad in which she called on people to resist the left's lies, propaganda and political violence.
Organizers behind January's Women's March are planning a new protest this month against the National Rifle Association (NRA).
Sen. Elizabeth Warren made her message to President Trump clear: "Donald, you ain't seen nasty yet."
President Donald Trump tweeted on International Women's Day that he has tremendous respect for women.
One of the top organizers of the March 8 Women's March is convicted terrorist Rasmea Yousef Odeh.
Sen. Bernie Sanders responded to President Donald Trump's tweet about a "Make America Great Again" rally by comparing photos from the Inauguration and the D.C. Women's March.
Women's rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali reacted to a 2011 tweet written by an organizer for last month's Womens March in Washington, D.C. that recently resurfaced that disparaged her and another activist.
Madonna has been banned from a Texas radio station following her controversial comments at the Women's March on Washington.