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In this courtroom drawing, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, center, appears in a New York courtroom on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, after being extradited by Mexico to face federal drug trafficking and other charges. Guzman entered a not-guilty plea through his court-appointed lawyer and will be held without bail in a jail that has handled terror suspects and mobsters. From left are, Federal Judge James Orenstein; Assistant US Attorney Patricia Notopoulos; Federal Defender Michael Schneider, Federal Defender Michelle Gelernt, partially obscured; and the defendant. The three men at rear are Deputy U.S. Marshals.  (Elizabeth Williams via AP)

“It’s got extra security above and beyond what you would have in a restricted housing area,” second only to the super-maximum security prison in Florence, Colorado, said Catherine Linaweaver, who served as the lockup’s warden for 15 months before retiring in 2014. “There is no other unit in the Bureau of Prisons like the high-security unit in New York.”


The new @POTUS Twitter account for President Donald Trump is shown in this frame grab, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017.   The technological transition came just as Trump took the oath Friday, giving him a clean digital slate. The White House’s official Twitter and Facebook accounts were quickly scrubbed and rebranded. It’s the first time social media accounts have been a part of the transition.   (AP Photo)

Donald Trump built his campaign on early morning tweet storms and hashtag-worthy slogans. Now president, he’s in control of the White House’s powerful social media arsenal, including the official @POTUS Twitter account that has nearly 14 million followers. The technological transition came just as Trump took the oath of office Friday, giving him a clean […]


Protesters burn signs outside the National Press Building ahead of the presidential inauguration, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

About a mile from the National Mall, police gave chase to a group of about 100 protesters who smashed the windows of downtown businesses including a Starbucks, a Bank of America and a McDonald’s as they denounced capitalism and Trump. Police in riot gear used pepper spray from large canisters and eventually cordoned off protesters at 12th and L streets in northwest Washington