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Braves' new park finally set for real test in home opener

Braves' new park finally set for real test in home opener

Inciarte gave Atlanta some breathing room in the sixth with a two-run shot into the right-field seats, his third homer of the season ( see full recap ). "We've done it every time for the last ten years it should be a holiday for opening day", says Stan Hauseman. He wasn't in the starting lineup Thursday night at Miami but was available off the bench, and he's expected to start Friday.



Trevor Noah Breaks Down Trump's First 100 Days

President Trump took to Twitter on Monday to dispute the findings of the Washington Post-ABC and the Wall Street Journal-NBC polls. According to ABC's writeup , Trump therefore has the lowest approval numbers of any president at this point in their term since 1945.



North Korea threatens ready to strike U.S. aircraft carrier

The threat came as two Japanese navy ships joined a U.S carrier group for exercises in the Western Pacific. There are concerns that North Korea may carry out a long-range missile launch or another nuclear test on the military anniversary date.



France's president warns of complacency over Le Pen

In the first round of the vote Macron won 23.9% and Le Pen received 21.4%. Voicing support for Macron, the statement said the group called on the centrist candidate to strengthen his program, especially with regard to social justice and the ecological transformation of Europe.


Baldwin encourages Perdue to visit Wisconsin dairy farmers

Baldwin encourages Perdue to visit Wisconsin dairy farmers

Dozens of dairy farmers are losing a market for ultra-filtered milk due to a new Canadian trade policy taking effect May 1. The Trump administration set out its priorities for renegotiating the North American free-trade agreement ( NAFTA ) in a recent letter to members of Congress.


Lawmakers Say It Appears Michael Flynn Acted Illegally In Taking Russian Payments

Lawmakers Say It Appears Michael Flynn Acted Illegally In Taking Russian Payments

An attorney for former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn says that his client told the Defense Intelligence Agency that he would be traveling to Moscow to attend a gala for a Russian state-sponsored television network. The committee has sought more information, including documents related to the Trump administration's vetting of Flynn for the national security adviser position and his subsequent firing.