- The national Women's March was rocked by claims of anti-Semitism. Now local marches are grappling with the fallout. NBC News
- Competing women's march efforts in New York City undercut by infighting, anti-Semitism scandal New York Daily News
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Claims of anti-Semitism against the leadership of Women’s March Inc. have rocked the movement, with some organizers looking to distance themselves.
One man has died and four are in critical condition following apparent drug overdoses at a house in Chico, the Enterprise-Record newspaper reports.
Police were blaming a mass overdose in Chico on Fentanyl after one person died and 14 others were hospitalized Saturday.