At least 11 people are dead and 23 injured after severe storms struck Georgia, emergency officials said early Sunday.
Not a single arrest was made as hundreds of thousands marched in the nation's capital, some in opposition to President Donald Trump.
About 600 "sister marches" were held across the country and the world to coincide with the Women's March on Washington.
An administration official condemned a lack of pro-life groups and blasted Madonna, while Trump tweeted his displeasure.
The potential need to fast-track forces to the front line served as a reminder of how seriously Washington's allies perceive the Russian threat.