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A tournament without Djokovic to hit home in Australia

The stark reality of an Australian Open third round without Novak Djokovic — for the first time in 11 years — hits home on Saturday when the remaining players in his half of the draw, Rafael Nadal and Milos Raonic among them, attempt to advance to the second week of the tournament.

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Trump asks guests if he should keep tweeting, dances to 'My Way'

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump rallied guests at the first of three inaugural balls, saying "we did it." The new POTUS also called Melania his biggest supporter. Later he asked the crowd if should keep tweeting, to which he got a roaring approval. The rest of the Trump family and Vice President Mike Pence's family joined them on stage dancing to "My Way" and then to a new tune by the Armed Services ball.
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Trump asks guests if he should keep tweeting, dances to 'My Way' 2:44

Trump asks guests if he should keep tweeting, dances to 'My Way'

Madonna's profanity-laced Women's March speech 2:06

Madonna's profanity-laced Women's March speech

Trump to CIA: 'I am 1000 percent with you' 3:34

Trump to CIA: 'I am 1000 percent with you'

Voices of the Women's March on Washington 3:07

Voices of the Women's March on Washington