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French President Emmanuel Macron complimented the Australian Prime Minister's wife Lucy Turnbull by calling her “delicious.” While the gaffe was the result of mistranslation, many believed it was a cheeky reference to a previous remark made by President Trump about Macron’s own wife, Brigitte.
President Trump hinted at a withdrawal opportunity for his nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs Admiral Ronny Jackson. Jackson has come under scrutiny over allegations of misconduct during his time as a White House physician.
Many wondered if French President Emmanuel Macron was trolling President Trump by bringing him a tree to plant on the White House lawn during his state visit.
President Trump and is hosting his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron at the White House. Here’s how their transatlantic bromance blossomed.
President Macron says the attackers killed "innocent and vulnerable woman because she was Jewish, and in doing so profaned our sacred values and our history."
Across the globe, Americans and foreigners have rallied at sister marches to show support and solidarity with the March For Our Lives Protests in the U.S.
"He fell as a hero, giving up his life to halt the murderous outfit of a jihadist terrorist,” said France's President Emmanuel Macron.
The perpetrator killed at least three people in two towns in the terror attack, which culminated in an hours-long hostage standoff at a grocery store in Trèbes.
TripAdvisor has published its annual list of the top ten travel destinations in the country. For the eighth year in a row, New York City earned the number one spot.
The proposed legislation will also raise the age of consent, and increase the statute of limitations for rape victims to report crimes.
He's to be questioned as part of an investigation into suspected irregularities over his election campaign financing.
Marine Le Pen and the National Front are holding a "refoundation congress" to mount a political comeback.
“We’re not going to let a fat black swine from Africa meddle in the lives of the French,” the letter said.
Herta and Henry Bromberg were forced to sell their art collection before World War II in order to find safety.