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Britain's Farage: Don't underestimate Le Pen


The euro was last 1.3 percent higher against the dollar at $1.0866, not far from the 5-1/2-month high of $1.0935 it reached after the initial indications from the Sunday vote gave victory to Macron, as predicted by weeks of polling. Hamon got only a third of the 19.5 percent secured by the maverick former Trotskyist Jean-Luc Melenchon, emphasising the disarray of the French Left after five years of unpopular rule by Hollande. Read More »

Text of Trump's latest complaints about Canadian trade


Canada exported about $113 million worth of milk to the USA a year ago but imported $557 million, meaning a dairy dispute would hurt the US more than Canada. At issue is a new pricing agreement struck last spring by Canada's dairy farmers and processors that industry groups in Australia, New Zealand, the European Union, Mexico and the United States say would price domestic milk ingredients, used for making cheese and yoghurt, below cost. Read More »

Why the release of new Prince music has been blocked

It's been one year since Prince's shocking death from an accidental painkiller overdose. Prince fans are celebrating the star's life with four days of events outside his Paisley Park mansion near Minneapolis . She says it's hard knowing that Prince is no longer here, but that "his spirit, his energy is still with us". The Revolution tour will feature the five members of the Purple Rain band sharing vocals, along with guest singers who may pop on stage during the tour. Read More »

Students clash with police in Paris anti-election demo


As he met with residents, Mr Macron continued his counter-attack, calling Ms Le Pen's National Front party "xenophobic". Portraying herself as a patriot to the cheering crowd, she said the election was a "referendum for or against France" and she promised to halt "mass immigration". Read More »

US, Mexico and Canada agree to 'swiftly' renegotiate NAFTA: White House

Now, if I'm unable to make a fair deal, if I'm unable to make a fair deal for the United States, meaning a fair deal for our workers and our companies, I will terminate NAFTA. Mexico's top diplomat said Thursday that President Enrique Pena Nieto's government immediately launched a diplomatic full-court press. Trade experts say repealing NAFTA, which links the U.S., Canadian, and Mexican economies, would disrupt all three economies. Read More »

For Honor Gets Two New DLC Heroes


He will represent a Knight Hybrid style of gameplay. Enter the chaos of a raging war as a knight, Viking, or samurai, three of the greatest warrior legacies. Developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with other Ubisoft studios* For Honor offers an engaging campaign and thrilling multiplayer modes. Read More »

How Trump's First 100 Days Has Affected Michigan


The internal squabbles within the Trump White House have not helped the president move forward with articulating his long-term vision. President Barack Obama, on the other hand, enjoyed a 69 percent approval rating during his first 100 days in office, and President George W. Read More »

Fox News facing racial bias claims from current, former employees


It also expands the case to include Dianne Brandi, Fox's chief counsel. "Rather than viewing Mr. Wright as the two-time Emmy award recipient he is, Mr. An attorney for Slater said in a statement , "These frivolous charges are exclusively aimed at generating headlines, inflaming racial tensions and poisoning potential jury pools and judges". Read More »

Women From 40 Countries Demand Trump Avert Nuclear War with North Korea


As a standoff escalated over the reclusive Asian nation's development of nuclear weapons and long-range ballistic missiles, Trump invited all 100 members of the Senate to attend the session with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Marine General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Read More »

Ellen DeGeneres recalls pain, liberation of coming-out show


DeGeneres: I was doing just fine. DeGeneres proceeded to talk about how hard it was to get the episode made, because at the time it wasn't something that people were openly talking about, especially on a sitcom. "But to know that Laura Dern was punished for it just because she played my love interest in that show is insane". And 20 years ago, you had no idea that it would put you in this seat. Read More »

Pope Francis calls for powerful to 'act humbly' or face ruin

TED , which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design, is a media organization that posts brief, often viral talks online that focus on big ideas - many presented by well-known figures. Pope Francis spoke to the worldwide conference about combating the current "culture of waste" and "techno-economic systems" that prioritize products, money and things over people. Read More »

After calls, Trump not to ditch NAFTA, yet

The White House said "the leaders agreed to proceed swiftly, according to their required internal procedures", to work on renegotiating the deal. "I believe that all the conditions to reach a good negotiation exist, that will suit Mexico. Read More »

Johnny Depp's former managers call him 'habitual liar'


Depp, 53, sued The Management Group in January after saying that his new business manager uncovered financial misconduct tied to TMG, which has denied the claims. Depp responded to the claim by telling the Journal "it's my money". Depp believes TMG is to blame for not putting a halt to his spending by firing him as a client. Read More »

Sean Hannity issues dire warning about the 'total end' of Fox News

A Fox News spokesperson told NY magazine that the conversations did not took place and that Shine did not asked the younger Murdochs for a statement of support. The host then continued to discuss the story, even going as far as to claim Shine was being sabotaged by someone within Fox News . And Gabe I KNOW WHO it is. Read More »

Watch Premier League Online, Team News

As The Guardian's Jamie Jackson noted on a recent visit to their training complex, all teams from the youngest age groups up to the first team rely on playing around a 4-3-3 template, which mimics Barcelona's methods since the late, great Johan Cruyff first became manager there and left an enduring legacy. Read More »

Veteran Bollywood actor Khanna dies aged 70


Khanna, who was married twice, is survived by his two sons, Rahul and Akshaye, with first wife Geetanjali, and son Sakhsi and daughter Shraddha with second wife Rahul and Akshaye, with first wife Geetanjali, and son Sakhsi and daughter Shraddha with second wife Kavita. Read More »

One Montana national monument affected by Trump's executive order

Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., said if Trump truly wants to make America great again, he should use the Antiquities Act to protect and conserve America's public lands. Where does that leave Nevada? "Bears Ears National Monument is more than just mere federal land to us, as it may be to many other stakeholders - it is a living landscape; it has a pulse". Read More »

After Violence And Lawsuits, Ann Coulter Won't Be Speaking At Berkeley

A sad day for free speech, indeed. Coulter took to her verified Twitter account Wednesday to say the university canceled her speech, but UC Berkeley said it had never been officially scheduled. Coulter's planned speech at University of California, Berkeley, was canceled and police are preparing for possible violence by the groups with opposing political views. Read More »

Scream Sets New Showrunner Ahead of Season Three Reboot


The production company, owned and operated by Latifah and Compere, boasts big-screen credits including Bringing Down the House , Beauty Shop and The Perfect Holiday . Harvey and Bob Weinstein will remain executive producers. The series has struggled with maintaining viewership since season 1 and that unfortunate trend followed into season 2 so we hope a reboot can turn that around! The episode order has also been reduced - from 10 and 13 in the first two seasons to just six for Season ... Read More »

Manchester City vs Man. United: how and where to watch

We want to try to play Champions League and we still have two doors open'. Pep Guardiola's men dominated possession and looked set to secure a late victor after Marouane Fellaini was sent off for headbutting Sergio Aguero, which sparked a frantic finale. Read More »

Silence Of The Lambs director Jonathan Demme dies aged 73

Director Jonathan Demme died on Wednesday (April 25) at the age of 73, following complications from oesophagal cancer, according to a report from the BBC. He filmed parts of his next movie, 1998's period piece Beloved , in the area and even directed a concert by country music star Kenny Chesney live from Wildwood beach in 2012. Read More »

The 3 drugs Arkansas would use to execute death row inmates


In state court on Friday, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen blocked the state from using its supply of vecuronium bromide after a distributor complained prison officials used false pretenses to obtain it. Friday night's order involved not midazolam, but vecuronium bromide, another of the three drugs combined to kill prisoners. "We are gravely concerned that by rushing to complete these executions in April, the state of Arkansas is needlessly exacerbating the strain and stress ... Read More »

Spick-and-span: New Kosciuszko Bridge opening with lightshow tonight!


The new bridge is part of a two-phase upgrade of the Brooklyn-Queens crossing. The original Kosciuszko Bridge opened in 1939 to replace the Meeker Avenue Bridge that had been in use since 1894 and was known as the "Penny Bridge" because passengers were charged one cent per foot to travel across it. Read More »

Trump marking Holocaust remembrance vows to combat denialism

Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday. Israelis stood silent and sirens rang out for two minutes on Monday as the country held its annual remembrance of the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust. However, in the past, Trump has shown that he is particularly sensitive to charges of anti-Semitism in his administration . "As Jews, we know the danger of such distinctions". Read More »

Rescuers pluck passengers from stuck roller coaster


Emergency crews responded to the scene and are continuing to work to rescue the riders off the coaster. By 9:22 p.m. all of the riders were safely retrieved and uninjured, according to Brady. "To me, its always seemed like the scariest ride", said Julia Valverde, 15, who was stuck on the ride. He says the department's high-angle team is developing a rescue plan. Read More »

Easing shutdown worries, Trump relents on another major hurdle


Mexico's foreign relations secretary called U.S. President Donald Trump's plan to build a border wall an "unfriendly, hostile" act , adding Tuesday that it is a "bad idea" that will not accomplish anything. In the separate budget bill, Trump seemed poised to procure about $15 billion to boost the military. Democrats said they were satisfied with the emerging outlines of the measure, which stick closely to versions of the legislation that were being negotiated late a year ago. Read More »

ICE: Our VOICE Hotline 'Was Not Disrupted' By Calls About Real Aliens


But the administration has not provided statistics about the crimes or countered studies indicating that migrants are less likely than native-born Americans to commit crimes . "I said that I was abducted and they seemed excited by this", he recalled. What it does do is issue reports on crimes allegedly committed by undocumented immigrants, and allows anonymous users to track the whereabouts of anyone detained for such crimes . Read More »

Bill O'Reilly hopes to be vindicated of sexual harassment charges


There's a lot of stuff involved here. Aside from that O'Reilly claimed that he would rather keep the information under wraps for now because he doesn't want the media to "misconstrue it". Bill O'Reilly is sad. Like Mercedes, Infiniti pulled its commercial messaging from "The O'Reilly Factor" in the first round of sponsor defections, while Honda had managed to largely steer clear of the program altogether. Read More »