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Macron: Who is the novice centrist with no established party?
He was once the subject of mockery in French political circles -- now it appears that Emmanuel Macron could have the last laugh



USS Carl Vinson begins drills with Japanese destroyers
American aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson started joint drills with two Japanese destroyers in the western Pacific Ocean on Sunday, authorities said



Pence says US will honor refugee deal with Australia
US Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday that the United States would "honor" a refugee resettlement agreement forged with Australia in the closing days of the Obama administration, despite it previously being described by US President Donald Trump as a "dumb deal.



Britain's young royals open up about mental health
It is rare for the Duchess of Cambridge, wife of Prince William, to speak candidly on film. But in a video released Friday, Kate talks openly with her husband and Prince Harry about mental health and the importance of discussing mental wellbeing



Protesters march worldwide in support of science
Crowds of people are marching Saturday in the United States and around the world in support of science and evidence-based research, in a protest fueled by opposition to US President Donald Trump's environmental and energy policies



Kelly: Border wall construction by end of summer
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says the Trump administration hopes to follow through on President Donald Trump's promise to build a wall along the border between the United States and Mexico before the fall



How America's best barista makes a perfect cup of coffee
For Lem Butler, a cup of coffee isn't just a cup of coffee



Opinion: European democracy is under threat
Theresa May is treating Britain to a surprise election in June



Trump to US steelworkers: I've got your back
American steel stocks soared Thursday after Trump's Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said that the White House planned to investigate claims that Chinese companies are dumping steel on the U.S. market



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