Everything you need to know about France's new president
When Emmanuel Macron is sworn in as the president of France on Sunday, he will be the youngest person ever to hold that position. In his resounding electoral victory yesterday, Macron, 39, showed that France wants an alternative to established politics. But although he was relatively unknown in
Clipped: Foreign funds that 'hedge' against currencies lag
When it comes to buying foreign stock funds, investors increasingly have a choice between two flavors: One tries to protect from the swings that changes in foreign-currency values can wreak, while the other goes full foreign
Czech central bank raises key interest rate to 0.25 percent
The Czech Republic's central bank has raised its key interest rate to 0.25 pct in the first rate rise since 2008
France’s choice: European globalism or populist nationalism
Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right populist Marine Le Pen appear to have won the first round of France’s presidential election . They now advance to a second round vote that will held on May 7. And the choice for France could be one of the most consequential in decades, analysts say. At stake,
France's presidential election: Everything you need to know
French citizens are preparing to go to the polls next week in the first round of a presidential election that is already proving to be France’s most high-stakes political contest in decades. Like the U.S. presidential election, the French campaign has seen the rise of anti-establishment candidates,
David Oyelowo Draws Parallels Between Himself and the King He Plays in 'A United Kingdom'
Oyelowo appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" to talk about his role in the film "A United Kingdom."
Learn to Make Giant Egg Rolls at Washington, D.C.'s 'Pow Pow'
ABC News' Lana Zak tours the new restaurant and helps make an "egg roll the size of your arm."
The Future of Europe Hangs in the Balance as Polls Open in UK
Polls opened this morning for millions of Britons planning to vote in a historic referendum, which could determine if the United Kingdom remains in the European Union. The vote, referred to as the Brexit, could have a wide-ranging impact on the global economy as well as the internal politics of the
Brexit: Britons Who Support Leaving EU Ahead in Polls Amid Warnings From Economic Leaders
Britain's prime minister has accused those in support of leaving the European Union of making claims that are "complete untruths." During a rare news conference in London on Tuesday, just hours before registration to vote in the so-called " Brexit " referendum ends, Prime Minister David Cameron ,