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Anti-Donald Trump protesters caused chaos Thursday night outside of Deploraball, a party thrown by supporters of the president-elect in Washington, D.C. on the eve of his inauguration. The Deploraball took place downtown inside the National Press Club, while protesters tried to disrupt the proceedings from the streets outside. A fire was set on the street, reportedly of Trump-related items. Footage of the fire showed a crowd around it, including a young boy flipping his middle fingers at the flames. Fox News correspondent Griff Jenkins asked the boy who said he was part of starting the fire why he did so. Because I felt like it and because I'm just, uh, saying screw our president!' the boy said. Jenkins reported that arrests have been made and tear gas may have been used. Other scenes from the protests showed lights with messages shining on nearby buildings and even a Trump supporter beaten by a mob.
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Our correspondent Hywell Griffiths is in Sydney. They say it is not terror-related but they believe it was deliberately driven into pedestrians? Yes and some of the eyewitness reports suggest it was driven in a determined fashion, seeking out pedestrians.
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Now, Martin McGuinness is stepping down permanently from political life. Our chief correspondent Gavin Hewitt reports. Martin McGuinness is one of the most controversial leaders in British and Irish politics. A central figure in both Northern Ireland's pain and its peace. Now he is standing down due to illness. I will have to be very honest with myself. The question I ask myself is are you capable? Are you physically capable of fighting this election with the intensity that elections need to be fought? And the honest answer is that I am not physically capable.
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Our North America correspondent Nick Bryant considers the view from Pennsylvania, on what voters are now expecting. It's the places of American decline that make sense of Donald Trump's rise, and it wasn't just working class rage that helped him reach the White House, but despondency. We can be just as competitive as other countries.
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And as the new president takes office, his relationship with Moscow can only come into sharper focus. Barack Obama acknowledged that what he called a "constructive" relationship with Russia, was in the interests of America and the wider world. So how will the Kremlin see the new US president? This from our Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg.
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Our correspondent, James Reynolds, sent this report. At night, the quickest way through the wall of snow was on skis. These rescuers are among the most experienced in Europe. Even they struggled to move forward.
Sky News
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That is not like the Express, is it? The statins story. I do not think it is one we are going to be talking about. I'm joined by The Sun's Whitehall correspondent, Lynn Davidson, and the editor of the Times Literary Supplement, Stig Abell. We will turn our attention to Donald Trump. The Daily Mirror, one of the more dramatic ones, "Now the world holds its breath".
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Now, with another look at today's newspapers, here's Anna Jones. Hello there. You're watching Sky News and the Press Preview. In the next half hour, we'll see what's making the headlines with The Sun's Whitehall correspondent, Lynn Davidson, and the editor of the Times Literary Supplement, Stig Abell.
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The man who defeated him, Adama Barrow, has been sworn into office in neighbouring Senegal. A new deadline of midday has been set him to the country. Our chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay reports from the Gambian capital, Banjul.
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Our correspondent Enda Brady reports from Italy. From the air and in daylight, the sheer scale of the task facing the rescuers became apparent. This popular four-star mountain resort was almost completely enveloped by the avalanche.
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Elizabeth White has been on the edge of the financial cliff for years, but you'd never know it from outside appearances. "Everybody is pretending," she says. In her self-published book "Fifty-Five, Unemployed, and Faking Normal" she painfully chronicles the crash of a flourishing career and upper-middle class lifestyle -- and she's not alone. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports.
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The 35-year-old Today show correspondent spent Thursday morning chatting with anchor Hoda Kotb about what it was really like to be present at two separate presidential inaugurations.
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Welcome back to the Press Preview, where we're taking look at the papers. I'm joined by The Sun's Whitehall correspondent, Lynn Davidson, and the editor of the Times Literary Supplement, Stig Abell. We are going to turn our attention away from Donald Trump for a moment and look at some of the other stories on the front pages.
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I do not think it is one we are going to be talking about. I'm joined by The Sun's Whitehall correspondent, Lynn Davidson, and the editor of the Times Literary Supplement, Stig Abell.
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Birds are rapidly losing habitat, and their flight patterns can reveal large-scale changes in our planet’s health. But there are only two ongoing studies of the migration of American birds, one from the U.S. Geological Survey and another done by Audubon Society volunteers. “The birds are like a barometer,” Brooklyn Bird Club member Paul Keim told VICE News correspondent Mary H.K. Choi in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. “Much like the honeybees, much like frogs, the birds are telling us that environmentally the earth is changing.” Keim is part of a nationwide effort coordinated by the Audubon Society. From Dec. 14 to Jan. 5, tens of thousands of volunteers participate in the National Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count. Last year, they clocked 60 million. The data set they create is vital for American ornithologists, supporting more than 200 peer-reviewed articles.
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With me now, The Sun's Whitehall correspondent, Lynn Davidson, and the editor of the Times Literary Supplement, Stig Abell. All the while we have our eye as you can see on Donald Trump, who is getting into the music at a concert at the Lincoln Memorial.
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Both Scots, both linked to our climate's history. Today, it was about its future. There are renewed tensions between the Scottish and UK governments tonight over Brexit, after the latest round of talks. The Scottish Government's Brexit minister, Michael Russell, has accused the Prime Minister of treating Holyrood "with contempt." It follows Teresa May's announcement that she plans to take the UK out of the single market. Here's our Westminster correspondent, David Porter. Davos in Switzerland and the World Economic Forum. The annual meeting of the world's great and good.