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Polls: President Trump's Approval at New Low as Approaches 100-Day Mark

Polls: President Trump's Approval at New Low as Approaches 100-Day Mark

The Washington Post said Sunday that in addition to fretting over what the president will do if left alone too long, Trump's aides and advisers struggle to keep the president from consuming too much TV or watching things that will upset him and cause him to erupt on Twitter.


French Election Result Helps Euro Slip Political Shackles

French Election Result Helps Euro Slip Political Shackles

In the days ahead of Sunday's vote, "they successfully detected the late rise in turnout and indicated Emmanuel Macron in the lead and Marine Le Pen in second", said Anne Jadot, a political scientist at the University of Lorraine in eastern France.


Phillies place Aaron Nola on 10-day DL

Phillies place Aaron Nola on 10-day DL

However, as a rookie back in 2015, Nola tallied a single-season career-low 3.59 ERA over the course of 13 starts and a total of 77.2 innings for work. Philadelphia did not make a corresponding roster move, however CSN Philly's Jim Salisbury reported the team is likely to call up right-hander Nick Pivetta from Triple-A Lehigh Valley to make his major league debut on Wednesday against the Miami Marlins.



Official results confirm Macron, Le Pen in French presidential runoff

Behind the hall, ironically named the Fran├žois Mitterrand Centre after the late Socialist president, lies a giant slag heap, a reminder of the now disappeared mines whose traditionally left-wing workers were won over by Ms Le Pen's anti-globalisation crusade.



Equity markets, euro rally after French election

Opinion polls on Monday saw Macron attracting at least 60 percent of the votes on May 7. Final results from the election's first round show that Macron got almost 1 million more votes than Le Pen, with both advancing to the May 7 runoff. "She inherited her father's party and we will undoubtedly have Le Pens running for the next 20 years, because after we had the father, we have the daughter and we will doubtless have the niece", he said, referring to Marion Marechal-Le Pen.


Thousands join March for Science to fight 'alternative facts'

Thousands join March for Science to fight 'alternative facts'

About 40,000 people came out for events including teach-ins and speeches on the Washington Mall, as well as the march itself - while crowds attended hundreds of satellite marches elsewhere in the country. In the past Trump has described climate change as a hoax stifling policies created to promote economic growth. The White House did not respond to a request for comment on Saturday's marches, but Trump released a statement on his approach to environmental issues.