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Gorsuch sworn into Supreme Court, vows to serve the law

President Donald Trump watches as Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy administers the judicial oath to Judge Neil Gorsuch during a re-enactment in the Rose Garden of the White House White House in Washington, Monday, April 10, 2017. During his Senate confirmation hearing, Gorsuch declined to answer about whether Roe v. Wade and other important court precedents were properly decided.


Macron must win big now to have a chance of fulfilling pledges

Macron must win big now to have a chance of fulfilling pledges

Clemens Fuest, head of the German Ifo economic think tank is more optimistic, saying Macron can achieve a "change for the better" for the French economy. Traditional safe-haven assets fell while European stocks rallied in early trading as the nightmare scenario of a second-round contest between two anti-euro candidates - Le Pen and far-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon - was avoided.


Trump says US, Russia ties are at 'all-time low'

Trump says US, Russia ties are at 'all-time low'

But any such expectations have crashed into reality amid the nasty back-and-forth over Syria and ongoing USA investigations into Russia's alleged interference in America's US presidential election. Trump had frequently called during the 2016 USA presidential election campaign for warmer ties with Putin, despite criticism from lawmakers in his own Republican Party.



Demand to see Trump's tax returns will only grow

Images of tax protesters in cities including Washington , Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles and NY flooded social media. "I did what was an nearly impossible thing to do for a Republican - easily won the Electoral College!" Trump said in an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he was considering releasing his tax returns.



Trump's 100 days: A rattled establishment, some surprises

Gov. Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, has a 54-37 percent favorability rating - from 54-40 percent last month - and a negative 47-51 percent job performance rating - from negative 47-52 percent last month. He also continued to maintain he would have won the popular vote, a curious claim that surfaces periodically, tweeting the assertion "Would still beat Hillary in popular vote", though it was unclear what he meant since Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton won the popular vote by several ...