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Le nouveau ministre s'est déjà distingué hier lors d'une insolite passation des pouvoirs avec Ségolène Royal a qui il rendu un hommage appuyé en la qualifiant de "dame courage" et de "ministre exceptionnelle". "Alléger la fiscalité, même si on peut avoir des divergences sur un point ou sur un autre, nous sommes d'accord aussi", a-t-il insisté. "Et ce qui est très important et qui a été acté dans la loi de transition énergétique , c'est de rééquilibrer les choses", a affirmé ce jeudi Nicolas ... Lire la suite »

Yale dean apologizes for Yelp reviews that left students 'floored'


An email to the Pierson community obtained by ABC News revealed, however, that Head of College Stephen Davis has informed the members of the residential college that Chu had been placed on leave and would be barred from participating in the commencement ceremony or working with the college students in any capacity. Lire la suite »

Airstrikes fuel Mosul gains as Iraq pushes for quick victory


Iraqi forces, backed by air cover provided by a US -led coalition, are now engaged in a massive offensive aimed at driving Daesh out of Mosul, the terrorist group's last stronghold in northern Iraq . Late in January, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who is also the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, declared the liberation of Mosul's eastern side, or the left bank of Tigris, after over 100 days of fighting against IS militants. Lire la suite »

Trump Wants Michael Flynn Back in White House

During the question period, a reporter asked Trump if he "urged" Comey to "close or to back down the investigation into Michael Flynn? ". The same reporter then asked if Trump thought that he had done anything over the previous year that was worthy of criminal charges or his impeachment. Lire la suite »

Un nouveau missile nord-coréen


Le président américain Donald Trump a appelé à des " sanctions bien plus fortes " contre la Corée du Nord après le nouveau tir de missile du régime de Pyongyang, dimanche à l'aube. Le missile a été tiré à un angle élevé pour éviter de mettre en cause la sécurité des pays voisins, rapporte l'agence Reuters . Selon des experts, le régime communiste augmente petit à petit la portée de ses fusées, progressant inexorablement vers son objectif de se doter de missiles intercontinentaux. Lire la suite »

Amarillo's Peace Officers Memorial Day Remembrance


The president signed a proclamation Monday declaring the day "Peace Officer Memorial Day" and the upcoming week "Police Week". Across the country people are honoring Police Officer Memorial Week, a way of honoring the law enforcement officers who paid the ultimate price. Lire la suite »

Google imagines an app-less future with Android Instant Apps

Google Lens will be rolling out to Android devices across the coming months as part of an update to Google Assistant . If the phone is in your hand, chances are you want it to respond. In addition to iPhone support, perhaps the most intriguing new skill is the Google Lens, which makes the Assistant even more powerful by unleashing its artificial intelligence algorithm on the photos you take with your smartphone's camera. Lire la suite »

Senate panel wants James Comey to testify


The White House quickly denied any suggestion that Trump was trying to obstruct justice - a criminal offense - in his dealings with Comey. The White House said it was "not a truthful or accurate portrayal of the conversation between the President and Mr Comey". Lire la suite »

Intel spat adds to Israeli concerns about Trump visit

On the latter point, the president is being told by some that US policy has always been that the resolution of Jerusalem sovereignty issues are properly matters for Israel and Arab (now Palestinian) negotiators and that unilaterally moving the American embassy to the place Israel designates as its capital would be a USA acknowledgement of Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem, which would keep the Palestinians away from any US -sponsored negotiations. Lire la suite »

Former FBI agent: Trump's comments on Comey 'detestable'


But lying to the press is that same as lying to the American people. The White House Correspondents Association (WHCA) has objected to any such move. Trump spent most of the week out of sight, a marked change from a typically jam-packed schedule that often includes multiple on-camera events per day. Lire la suite »

Un procureur spécial indépendant nommé dans l'enquête Trump-Russie


Ce jeudi, c'est l'enquête sur de possibles ingérences russes dans la campagne présidentielle de 2016, sans doute la plus grosse menace d'entre toutes pour Trump, qui se voit relancée. Le lendemain, le président Trump recevait le patron du FBI à l'époque, M. Comey, dans le Bureau ovale, où il lui aurait demandé de " laisser tomber " l'investigation, selon le mémo. Lire la suite »

TPP talks with Japanese PM much better than expected says English


New Zealand ratified the TPP pact last Thursday, while Japan completed domestic procedures for ratifying the trade pact in December a year ago. English said he and Abe had not discussed that. Both Japan and New Zealand have ratified the TPP and are the only two countries to do so. Abe said he welcomed "from the bottom of my heart" that New Zealand had ratified the TPP last week. Lire la suite »

US scorns intercept by Chinese jets

A USA aircraft that specializes in detecting radioactive debris after a nuclear detonation was intercepted by two Chinese fighter aircraft in global airspace near the Korean peninsula. "The issue is being addressed with China through appropriate diplomatic and military channels". The four-engine WC-135, also known as a " nuke sniffer , " was based out of the Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, Nebraska, according to KMTV . Lire la suite »

Poutine prêt à fournir l'enregistrement de l'entretien Trump-Lavrov


Poutine, suscitant l'hilarité de son chef de la diplomatie et de plusieurs hauts responsables russes présents. Le président russe a moqué la " schizophrénie politique " actuelle aux États-Unis. Mais "compte tenu des circonstances actuelles particulières, j'ai estimé que l'intérêt public demande de placer cette enquête sous l'autorité d'une personne qui exerce un degré d'indépendance vis-à-vis de la hiérarchie habituelle", a-t-il poursuivi. Lire la suite »

Trump Says He's Victim of Witch Hunt, Denies Pressuring FBI Chief

Mueller on Wednesday evening was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as special counsel to oversee the Justice Department's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the USA presidential election and related issues. Early on Thursday morning, Trump tweeted that he believed he was a victim to "the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!" Trump said there was "no collusion" but added that he can only speak for himself. Lire la suite »

Cyber ransomware attack continues to spread; 2 lakh hit across 150 countries

Companies need to make sure they have updated their systems and "patched where they should" before staff arrived for work on Monday morning, the European Union law enforcement agency head said. "We could potentially see copycats mimic the delivery or exploit method they used", he said. "But let me just assure you, we are spending money on strengthening the cyber defence of our hospital system". Lire la suite »

Rocker Chris Cornell killed himself by hanging, official says


The Soundgarden and former Audioslave frontman was only 52 years old at the time of his death. "When I found out I was so sad", stated an emotional Dave Mustaine before the performance. Their most popular songs include "Black Hole Sun", " Fell On Black Days ", "Spoonman", and "The Day I Tried To Live ". "Chris Cornell passed away late Wednesday night in Detroit , MI". Lire la suite »

Iran's top leader urges high turnout in presidential vote

As a judge of the clerical court, you can even issue an arrest order. "But please don't abuse religion for power". "I have honored all the promises I campaigned on four years ago", Rouhani said. "A sanctions snap-back could not only deter foreign investment in the Iranian energy sector but could also curtail the country's ability to sell its barrels overseas", Croft said. Lire la suite »

MEGADETH Covers SOUNDGARDEN's "Outshined" Live As A Tribute To Chris Cornell


Cornell, who was on tour with Soundgarden , had performed a concert in Detroit on Wednesday night. The performance also included parts of Led Zeppelin's "In My Time of Dying ", a track Soundgarden's frequently covered. Their most popular songs include "Black Hole Sun", " Fell On Black Days ", "Spoonman", and "The Day I Tried To Live ". Cornell was the lead singer of Soundgarden , Audioslave, and Temple of the Dog and had numerous solo projects. Lire la suite »

GOP lawmaker raises option of impeaching Trump over Comey

Joining host Carol Marin to help make sense of these questions are two former Assistant U.S. Attorneys: Patrick Cotter , who served the Eastern District of NY; and Renato Marrioti , who served the Northern District of IL. "Trump began the discussion by condemning leaks to the news media, saying that Mr. Comey should consider putting reporters in prison for publishing classified information, according to one of Mr. Lire la suite »

South Korea: Sanctions, Dialogue to Denuclearize North Korea


A separate summit could also be held the following month, Lee said. "We now need to apply pressure on North Korea, and Japan and the United States need to coordinate closely so as to apply pressure", Abe told reporters. South Korea's unification ministry expressed a need to reopen an inter-Korean communication hotline, which was severed early past year following North Korea's nuclear and missile tests. Lire la suite »