Le Pen upstages Macron in battle for blue-collar votes
Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has turned an appliance factory into a battleground for France's blue-collar vote, upstaging rival Emmanuel Macron with a surprise campaign stop at the plant threatened with closure
The Latest: Sarkozy to vote for Macron in French runoff
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy says he will vote for centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron in France's May 7 presidential runoff because the platform of far-right leader Marine Le Pen would bring about "very serious consequences" for the country
France's Le Pen says the people revolting against the elite
Far-right presidential contender Marine Le Pen says people are revolting against the elite and predicts that could translate into a "very big surprise" when ballots are cast May 7 in France's final round to choose a new leader _ and it will be her
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What happens next in the French election?
Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen have advanced to the second round of the French presidential election . Macron, a 39-year-old former banker, won 24 percent of the votes in the first round of the election Sunday, while Le Pen took 21.3 percent of the votes. People will
France's steely Le Pen gets far-right in presidential runoff
Marine Le Pen's steely resolve and cutting tongue propelled her political career, but it was her masterful use of a soft touch that brought her one step away from the French presidency
Analysis: A Le Pen wins more acceptance than ever in France
When France last put a Le Pen onto the threshold of the presidential Elysee Palace, one step from power, it could write off the 2002 election shock as a mere accident. Jean-Marie Le Pen squeezed into the winner-takes-all runoff against Jacques Chirac with just 17 percent of the vote, a record low.
Untested, undefinable Macron nears pinnacle of French power
Emmanuel Macron is an improbable presidential front-runner _ he's under 40 and politically untested, has no party backing, and quotes philosophers in campaign speeches
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,
The Latest: French candidate Macron revels at Paris eatery
Emmanuel Macron is celebrating his victory in France's first-round presidential election at a Left Bank eatery frequented by Ernest Hemingway and other artistic dignitaries