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Macron est officiellement président — France

Pour la passation de pouvoir, le nouveau président a raccompagné jusqu'à sa voiture François Hollande. "Les Français ont choisi l'espoir et l'esprit de conquête", a-t-il lancé, fixant le cap d'une présidence au cours de laquelle il n'entend "rien céder". Read More »

Police officer shot in Upstate NY; suspect barricaded in home


Amthor was taken to a hospital in Newburgh and is expected to be OK, CBS2 reported. Amthor is the police chief of Maybrook and the neighboring town of Montgomery. State Police is on the scene as the investigation continues. "However, this incident serves as a reminder of the dangers of police work and how deserving of our support and encouragement law enforcement is". Read More »

ARMS Direct To Air On May 17


It claims to dive deep which could mean more ways of fighting, different arm attachments, some sort of backstory and perhaps even a new character. Helix is a stretchy green man who looks a bit like Flubber, and can use his body to easily evade enemy attacks. Read More »

Netanyahu Denies Asking Trump Not to Move Embassy

It's none of your business. It's not your territory. The official reportedly told Israeli counterparts that the Western Wall is "not your territory". Visiting the Wall: According to a report by Israel's Channel 2 , the USA advance team rebuffed a request from Netanyahu's team to accompany Trump while he visits the Western Wall. Read More »

Trump warns fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director


Axios reported that associated said the implicit message in a shake-up would be that he can handle the Oval Office better than his aides. The worst part is that no one, including Trump fans as prominent as Newt Gingrich, thinks the ultimate blame for the White House's messaging problems lies with Spicer or his staff. Read More »

ICE Agents Inquiring About 4th Grader at NYC School Turned Away


Citizenship and Immigration Services agent tried to track down the unnamed fourth grader. In the wake of President Donald Trump's November election and January inauguration, many schools across the US reacted to his anti-immigration rhetoric by vowing to protect their undocumented students. Read More »

Macron's election offers chance for more dynamism in EU - Merkel


In a visibly moving moment for both, Macron accompanied Hollande to his vehicle, shaking hands and applauding him along with the employees of the French presidency who had gathered in the palace's courtyard. A former economy minister under France's previous president, Socialist Francois Hollande, Macron is the youngest post-war French leader and the first to be born after 1958, when President Charles de Gaulle set up the Fifth Republic. Read More »

United Nations Security Council vows sanctions over North Korea's missile test


But it said Pyongyang's missiles did appear to be able to leave and re-enter the atmosphere, which is crucial to developing intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs), South Korea's Yonhap news agency reports . After the latest missile test, Trump's ambassador to the United Nations , Nikki Haley, called for stepped up sanctions . Dialogue would be possible "only if the North changes its attitude", he said. Read More »

Japan's Abe hopes for reform of pacifist charter by 2020


Despite its constitution, Japan maintains one of the world's strongest militaries, analysts say. In a speech to supporters yesterday, Mr Abe said: 'The time is ripe. The constitution has never been amended, but governments such as Mr Abe's have interpreted it in ways that have effectively loosened some of its constraints. Read More »

White House denies claims Trump disclosed classified information to Russian Federation

The U.S. reportedly received the information from a "U.S. partner" as part of a top-secret intelligence-sharing agreement that was not even disclosed to close U.S. The New York Daily News declared Trump "Leaker of the Free World" in a blazing headline on Tuesday. Since coming to office in January, Trump has lurched from crisis to crisis, lampooning the intelligence services, law enforcement and the media along the way. Read More »

United States should not stockpile cyber weapons, Microsoft says


Businesses and networks across Asia are coping with the first wave of WannaCry during their workweek. It said that as the people are using different products from different companies, they want to be at the center of all the activities. In Singapore, a company that supplies digital signage, MediaOnline, was rushing to fix its systems after a technician's error had led to 12 kiosks being infected in two of the island's malls. Read More »

South Korea, US agree to hold summit in late June

The announcement came during a two-day visit to Seoul by a White House delegation led by Matt Pottinger, senior director for East Asia at the National Security Council (NSC), the first by a high-profile White House official since the inauguration of Moon Jae-in last week. Read More »

Donald Trump forbids James Comey from leaking to media in veiled tweet

Why did the president seek assurances from Comey that he was not a target of the FBI's ongoing investigation into Russia's interference with the 2016 election? Comey was invited to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee in a session closed off from the public on Tuesday, a spokesperson for Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr told The Hill . Read More »

"Highly damaging": Former intel official weighs in on Trump report

As first reported by the Washington Post , Trump may have shared highly-classified intelligence with two Russian officials during a meeting last week at the White House. At the time, CNN agreed to withhold key details, including the name of the city where the threat was detected, at the request of USA government officials, who were concerned that if it was revealed, it could also reveal intelligence sources and methods. Read More »

Why the latest White House crisis is a really big deal


President Donald Trump on Tuesday claimed the authority to share "facts pertaining to terrorism" and airline safety with Russian Federation, saying in a pair of tweets he has "an absolute right" as president to do so. Lawmakers and intelligence officials are already warning that disclosing this type of information could harm United States efforts to counter an ISIS plot to place explosives in laptops and other electronic devices to evade airport security. Read More »

North Korea Launches Missile That Doesn't Immediately Explode


Kim Jong Un supervised the launch of the Hwasong-12 missile, KCNA said according to CNN , and the test flew 489 miles. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E, File). Trump "should end his restraint on imposing stronger sanctions on Pyongyang, as well as secondary sanctions on Chinese businesses". Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned the missile launch, telling reporters during a visit to China that "there's nothing good about" it. Read More »

President Trump defends sharing information with Russian Federation

The White House was already reeling from its botched handling of Trump's decision last week to fire James Comey , the FBI director who was overseeing the Russian Federation investigation. It's unlikely that Trump has broken any law. "Why is nobody talking about the President feels the responsibility to be more courteous to the Russians than to the American people". Read More »

'I was a little bit surprised' over backlash against Comey's firing


Trump was also reportedly upset with the length and scope of the FBI's investigation into his campaign's alleged ties to Russian Federation - which in Trump's estimation is a "made-up story". "The President, over the last several months, lost confidence in Director Comey". Meanwhile, President Trump is facing growing questions about whether he secretly recorded his conversations with Mr Comey. Read More »

White House officials were reportedly 'hiding in offices' after Trump's latest flub

Two of Washington's allies in the intelligence sharing network known as "Five Eyes" - which groups the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand - played down the impact on their relationship with Washington. "These reports, if true, are of the gravest possible concern". The Royal Court in Jordan said that King Abdullah II was to speak by telephone with Trump later Tuesday. Read More »

China's Xi decries protectionism, touts Silk Road


The main goal of this initiative is to encompass pipelines and a port in Pakistan , bridges in Bangladesh and railways to Russian Federation to ultimately create what China calls a "modern Silk Road". Trump's plan to focus on domestic issues and downplay foreign affairs has given Beijing an opening to try to play a bigger leadership role in trade, climate and other global issues. Read More »