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39 of 51 states (including DC) had news about women marches as the main headline of their biggest newspaper's homepage as of 1/21/2017 at 9:00 p.m. EST.

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Papers with headlines about the march

State: Paper (Site) Headline as of 1/21/2017 at 9:00 p.m. EST

  • Alabama: The Birmingham News (al.com) Women's March in Alabama
  • Alaska: Alaska Dispatch (adn.com) Large crowd attends Women's March on Anchorage in solidarity with national events
  • California: LA Times (Latimes.com) Massive women's march in downtown L.A. said to be largest in over a decade
  • Colorado: Denver Post (denverpost.com) Women's March on Denver swells to more than 100,000
  • Connecticut: Hartford Courant (courant.com) Estimated 10,000 March In Support Of Women's Rights In Hartford
  • Delaware: The News Journal (delawareonline.com) 1,000 plus march in Newark on Trump's first day
  • District of Columbia: The Washington Post (washingtpost.com) Millions protest at women's marches worldwide as Trump takes office
  • Florida: Tampa Bay Times (tampabay.com) Women's March surpassed 20,000 protesters, making it largest in St. Petersburg history
  • Georgia: Atlanta Journal Constitution (ajc.com) Police estimate: 60,000 in Atlanta for the social justice march to the Capitol
  • Hawaii: Honolulu Star Advertiser (staradvertiser.com) Thousands march around state Capitol in show of solidarity
  • Idaho: Boise Idaho Statesman (idahostatesman.com) 5,000 attend Boise's Women's March: '[Trump] is our leader now. ... It's important we have a voice'
  • Illinois: Chicago Tribune (chicagotribune.com) Thousands fill Loop after Women's March rally in Chicago draws 250,000
  • Kansas: Wichita Eagle (kansas.com) Wichita Women's March: one crowd but a range of reasons
  • Kentucky: Courier Journal (courier-journal.com) For Kentucky women, D.C. march just the start
  • Louisiana: The Times-Picayune (nola.com) New Orleanians march in response to Trump inauguration
  • Maine: Portland Press Herald (pressherald.com) Massive crowd turns out for women's march in Portland
  • Maryland: Baltimore Sun (baltimoresun.com) An estimated 5,000 people sing, chant, demonstrate at Baltimore's sister Women's March
  • Massachusetts: Boston Globe (globe.com) I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS' Boston officials estimated that up to 175,000 attended Trump protest
  • Michigan: Detroit Free Press (freep.com) Women's March on Washington a magnificent mess
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis Star Tribune (startribune.com) 90,000-plus march in St. Paul with message for Trump
  • Missouri: St. Louis Post-Dispatch (stltoday.com) Thousands take part in St. Louis Women's March, protesting Trump
  • Montana: Billings Gazette (billingzgazette.com) Montana Women's March draws an estimated 10,000
  • Nebraska: Omaha World-Herald (omaha.com) More than 1 million join anti-Trump women's marches worldwide
  • New Hampshire: New Hampshire Union Leader (unionleader.com) Thousands rally for women's rights in NH after Trump takes power
  • New Mexico: Albuquerque Journal (abqjournal.com) Thousands rally for women in Albuquerque, Santa Fe
  • New York: New York Times (nytimes.com) We're Not Going Away': Huge Crowds for Women's Marches Against Trump
  • North Carolina: Charlotte Observer (charlotteobserver.com) Women's March on Charlotte draws 'at least 10,000,' CMPD says
  • Ohio: Cleveland Plain Dealer (cleveland.com) Women's March on Washington: What are they fighting for?
  • Oregon: The Oregonian (oregonlive.com) Huge crowd at Portland Women's March fills city center: 'Women's rights are human rights'
  • Rhode Island: Rhode Island Providence Journal (providencejournal.com) From Providence to Washington, Rhode Islander turn out to send Trump a message
  • South Dakota: Argus Leader (argusleader.com) Thousands join women's march in Downtown Sioux Falls
  • Texas: Dallas Morning News (dallasnews.com) This Day in Trump, Day 2: All eyes on crowd size
  • Utah: Salt Lake Tribune (sltrib.com) Among the massive Women's March crowd in Washington — Utahns who want their voices heard
  • Vermont: Burlington Free Press (burlingtonfreepress.com) Montpelier women's march draws 15,000
  • Virginia: Virginian Pilot (pilotonline.com) Women from Hampton Roads participate with thousands in Washington, D.C., march
  • Washington: Seattle Times (seattletimes.com) Live updates: Protesting Trump, more than 100,000 march in Seattle
  • West Virginia: Charleston Gazette-Mail (wvgazettemail.com) Women worldwide march in protest against Trump
  • Wisconsin: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (jsonline.com) "Look at us now!" Women's marches against Trump across America
  • Wyoming: Casper Star Tribune (trib.com) Women's Marches in Casper, Cheyenne draw large crowds

Papers without main headlines about the march

  • Arizona: Arizona Republic (azrepublic.com) Ken Colburn How to pick the best cellphone network
  • Arkansas: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (arkansasonline.com) Tornado warnings issued for part of southern Arkansas; tornado watch covers large swath of state
  • Indiana: Indianapolis Star (indystar.com) Colts fire GM Ryan Grigson, Manning not in the mix to replace him
  • Iowa: Des Moines Register (desmoinesregister.com) In double OT, Iowa State breaks recent losing run at Oklahoma
  • Mississippi: Clarion-Ledger (clarionledger.com) Tornado leaves 4 dead, thousands without power
  • Nevada: Las Vegas Review Journal (reviewjournal.com) Free Las Vegas attractions? Not when you factor in parking
  • New Jersey: Newark Star Ledger (nj.com/starledger) What 2 ex-N.J. governors say about GOP vs. Obamacare; Christie's opioid epidemic policy
  • North Dakota: The Forum of Fargo-Moorehead (inforum.com) McFeely: It's the media's duty to shine light on hatred
  • Oklahoma: The Oklahoman (oklahoman.com) 'You Will Never Be Ignored Again': Speech shows America getting what it ordered
  • Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Inquirer (philly.com) DA Williams fined $62,000 for ethics violations
  • South Carolina: The State (thestate.com) McMaster to remain in all-white country club as SC governor
  • Tennessee: Tennessean (tennessean.com) Task force to study Episcopal diocese's same-sex marriage ban

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President Biden — the second Catholic U.S. president — will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, as some church leaders debate whether to deny Holy Communion to politicians who support abortion rights.

By the numbers: Overall, two in three U.S. Catholics believe Biden should be allowed to take Communion despite his stance on abortion, according to polling by Pew Research Center.