Emmanuel Macron's presidential address was watched by more than 21 million people—a greater number than tuned in for France’s World Cup Final victory last July.
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At least 16 different Trump associates had contact with Russians during the Trump presidential campaign or during the transition into the White House.
Officials are reportedly concerned about the possibility of an eruption of anti-government protests marking the eighth anniversary of the 2011 Egyptian revolution in January.
Technological innovation and globalization have opened up seemingly limitless economic opportunity in every corner of the world. As economic development progresses so do environmental concerns, including the increase in waste and energy consumption.
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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh earned second place with his defense of his high school drinking habits.
President Donald Trump reportedly struggled with the decision of how to get rid of Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Trump wants $5 billion for a border wall. He has been offered $1.6 billion.
Two schools have announced plans to target more white men.
Coral reef resiliency after back-to-back marine heat waves gives scientists some hope.
President Donald Trump called on the media to recognize the Senate wins in the 2018 midterms, while Republican lawmakers demanded answers from the party's leadership on House losses.
The Warriors star questioned the veracity of moon landings in an appearance on The Ringer's "Winging It" podcast.
The recall was classified as Class I, where using the product could cause “serious, adverse health consequences or death.”
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