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France chooses centrist Macron over far-right Le Pen as next president
Emmanuel Macron , a centrist former economy minister who emerged from a crowded field of seasoned politicians, has won the French presidential election , a race widely viewed as a referendum on the country's membership in the European Union. After polling agencies initially projected Macron to
Dutch PM celebrates win he calls the rejection of 'the wrong kind of populism'
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte claimed a dominating parliamentary election victory over anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders.
High-profile Twitter accounts hacked over spat between Holland and Turkey
Hundreds of Twitter accounts were hacked early Wednesday morning as part of an apparent pro-Turkey social media operation that was used to spread messages deriding the German and Dutch governments in Turkish, according to statements from owners of several of the accounts and Twitter. The Associated
Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King defends racially charged tweet slammed by critics
U.S. Rep. Steve King , known for his sometimes provocative rhetoric, today stood by his inflammatory tweet Sunday that "we can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies." The Iowa Republican "meant exactly what I said," he told CNN today. Wilders understands that culture and
The Note: Waiting for the CBO score
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 53 THE BIG STORY : There hasn’t been a CBO score this hotly anticipated since, well, the last time Congress was poised to act on a major health care overall. While the Trump administration is setting things up to
Everything you need to know about the Dutch election
Europe is preparing for a series of elections across the continent in the coming months that could determine the future of the European Union amid rising anti-establishment movements. The first of these will take place in the Netherlands next week as Dutch voters elect a new parliament and their
Far-Right Seeks to Exploit Christmas Market Attack But Impact on Angela Merkel May Be Limited
The attack on a Christmas market in a public square in Berlin, which killed at least 12 people, comes at a time when German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces increasing criticism from far-right groups for refusing to adopt a hard-line position on immigration. "This is a difficult day. I am, like
Garland Shooting: American Freedom Defense Initiative Spent $10,000 on Security
Police in Texas said today that the American Freedom Defense Initiative had spent $10,000 for security at their Sunday event at which cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad were displayed in Garland, where two men opened fire, injuring one officer. Security included security officers, uniformed officers,
Garland Shooting: Inside the Group Hosting the 'Draw the Prophet' Event
The conference where attendees displayed drawings of the Prophet Mohammed on Sunday night -- the same place where two alleged would-be shooters were fatally shot by police after opening fire -- was put together by a group that claims to want to shed a spotlight on terrorism , although others
2 Gunmen Killed Outside Community Center Hosting 'Draw the Prophet' Show
Two people were fatally shot Sunday outside a Garland, Texas, community center that was hosting an event displaying cartoons of the prophet Muhammad, local officials said. Garland police spokesman Joe Harn said that two men drove up to the community center and "opened fire on the security officers"