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Macron et Le Pen toujours en tête, Fillon rattrapé par Mélenchon

Mais les deux favoris de cette course présidentielle sont encore au coude à coude avec François Fillon (19,5%) et Jean-Luc Mélenchon (18,5%). Le président frontiste s'était ensuite très largement incliné au second tour face à Jacques Chirac, qui avait remporté le scrutin avec 82,21% des suffrages exprimés. Read More »

17 nouvelles fosses communes découvertes, l'ONU accuse l'armée — RDC


Le vice-Premier ministre et ministre de l'Intérieur de la RDC était samedi à Kananga dans le Kasaï Central où il a rencontré les membres de la famille de Kamwina Nsapu. Les forces de l'ordre, quant à elles se voient reprocher par l'ONU de faire un usage disproportionné de la force contre des miliciens armés essentiellement de bâtons et de lance-pierres. Read More »

Ex-NFL Player Aaron Hernandez Hung Himself in Jail. He's Dead Now


Second, the maximum-security prison where Hernandez was in the general population, in a single cell, has an unusually high suicide rate. Aaron Hernandez's suicide left some grappling with how to feel about the death of a convicted murderer, but his friends didn't hold back from sharing their heartbreak on social media. Read More »

South Florida teacher wanted on child porn charges killed himself, Federal Bureau of Investigation confirms


Watkins Middle School in Palm Beach Gardens. The F.B.I. believes that Perry did not work with anyone else, but they are continuing to investigate whether someone helped him elude arrest while he was a fugitive. Investigators believe Perry not only produced, but also received child pornography. Authorities have identified several of Perry's victims and still are conducting interviews, Leverock said Wednesday. Read More »

New York Knicks Open to Trading Kristaps Porzingis?

When asked if he wanted to play, Porzingis responded: "Yes, absolutely. I love New York", Porzingis said in an interview outside of his Manhattan apartment complex.? Five days after skipping exit meetings with management over frustration with the franchise, Kristaps Porzingis told the New York Post that he loves New York, indicating he wants to remain with the Knicks. Read More »

Does This Birth Control Pill Hurt Women's 'Well-Being'?


An estimated 100 million women around the world use the contraceptive pill everyday. There is ample anecdotal evidence on the pill's effect on quality of life and depression, but very limited scientific data. "This possible degradation of quality of life should be paid attention to and taken into account in conjunction with prescribing of contraceptive pills and when choosing a method of contraception", said Niklas Zethraeus, associate professor at the Department of Learning, Informatics, ... Read More »

4/20 poll: Support to legalize marijuana at all-time high

Sixty-five percent said they believe the drug is lest unsafe than most other drugs. The Canadian Association for Pharmacy Distribution Management - a supplier of medicine for pharmacies and hospitals - says it has a ready-made, secure system for marijuana distribution far superior to mail-order pot. Read More »

Sacked Fox News host Bill O'Reilly blasts 'unfounded' harassment claims


The money was paid sometimes by O'Reilly, other times by Fox . O'Reilly's departure from Fox News marks a stunning end to a near flawless marriage. "He's been the linchpin" of the lineup, said Jane Hall, an American University professor and former Fox contributor, who noted that it will take a while to see whether his loyal audience sticks with O'Reilly's replacement. Read More »

Murder suspect in custody


One suspect entered the home armed with a handgun. "He is a white man, standing 5'8", with a slender build. It wasn't immediately known whether Crouse has an attorney. According to the statement, he recently shaved his head and goatee in an attempt to alter his appearance. "The somewhat similar to that of a home invasion robbery", Fridley said in that release. Read More »

Omar Abdullah Questions CM Mufti Over Students' Protests


College in Srinagar blocked the Maulana Azad Road on Monday as police used tear smoke in a bid to clear it. Around 50 students were injured in a clash with security personnel over the setting up of a checkpoint near Government Degree College Boys, Pulwama in south Kashmir. Read More »

Support urged to address mental health toll of housing-related problems

The charity is urging anyone overwhelmed by housing problems to get advice from Shelter London Hub, after 1 in 10 (10 per cent) people in the capital said they had visited their GP due to housing problems. Global Positioning System say some of their patients diagnosed with anxiety and depression is directly due to housing problems. Shelter legal adviser Liz Clare said: "From families in fear of falling further behind on the rent to people dealing with the misery of raising young children in ... Read More »

Cutting certain amino acids from diet may help combat cancer

Scientists found removing two non-essential amino acids - serine and glycine - from the diet of mice slowed the development of lymphoma and intestinal cancer. However, the study also found that the diet was less effective in tumours with an activated Kras gene , such as most pancreatic cancers , because the faulty gene boosted the ability of the cancer cells to make their own serine and glycine . Read More »

Fire marshal distributes 300 free smoke alarms


As MPB's Alexis Ware reports, alarms are helping to reduce fire-related deaths. Contact the Everett Fire Marshal's office about their free smoke detector program. More than 300 alarms have already been distributed to fire departments in Brandon, Starkville and Oktibbeha County. The La Crosse Fire Department chief says smoke detectors are often your first warning to a fire. Read More »

'Rural voice must be heard in election'

It is absolutely vital that the significant interests of the agricultural industry are heard properly in this election campaign given our clear interest in the Brexit negotiations. They include Helen Woolley, director general of the Country, Land and Business Association. Reacting to her announcement, NFU president Meurig Raymond said: "With farming arguably the sector most impacted by Brexit, NFU members will want to understand how each of the political parties plans to support profitable, ... Read More »

United States vice president Pence wraps up visit to Japan


On Tuesday, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in talks with Pence, said Japan was appreciative of U.S. President Donald Trump's stance that has repeatedly stated that " all options, including military action" are "on the table to pressure the DPRK to abandon its nuclear weapon and missile development ambitions". Read More »

New York devotes $200M to fight heroin and opioid abuse


The legislation also provides $6 million for Naloxone kits and training. "This comprehensive investment addresses each component of heroin and opioid addiction - prevention, treatment, and recovery - to help individuals and families break this cycle of misery, save lives and create a stronger, healthier state for all". Read More »

United Kingdom heads for surprise general election

British Prime Minister Theresa May has formally asked lawmakers to back her call for an early election. Parliament will still sit for another fortnight, but party leaders wasted no time in hitting the campaign trail on Wednesday evening. Read More »

May asks public to trust her decision on snap poll

May surprised allies and opponents on Tuesday when she announced her plan to bring forward an election that was not due until 2020, saying she needed to avoid a clash of priorities in the sensitive final stages of the two-year Brexit talks. Read More »

Malayalis troll Kamal R Khan for Chota Bheem tweet


On Tuesday night, KRK tweeted that the Malayalam superstar looks like a Chota Bheem compared to the character of Bheema. There is no denying that Mohanlal has a huge fan following. The controversial reality show star has a new target. The movie has a massive budget and is said to be India's biggest ever motion picture. Nevertheless, much of the Keralites on twitter continued to protest against KRK while one post called his initial tweet an "illiterate comment". Read More »

Des dizaines de substances retrouvées sur des cheveux d'enfants — Perturbateurs endocriniens


Des traces de dizaines de perturbateurs endocriniens (bisphénol A , phtalates , pesticides ) ont été retrouvées dans les cheveux d'enfants de 10 à 15 ans. Son remplaçant, le bisphénol S, a d'ailleurs été retrouvé dans 80 % des mèches de cheveux. Le magazine souligne également la présence d'hydrocarbures aromatiques polycycliques (HAP) chez plus de 70 % des enfants. Read More »

Bethenny Frankel Kids About Diane Sawyer, Soft Porn on Real Housewives


Bethenny says no, "She's in the first grade, in public school which I love". The whole exchange when Ramona was showing off pictures of herself and Avery and Avery's friends was freakish, but the weirdest part was that not three seconds after Ramona whipped her phone out to show Bethenny the picture, Ramona chastised Bethenny for not compliment Ramona on how attractive she looks in the picture. Read More »