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UK MPs call for compulsory English lessons for immigrants in wake of Brexit

UK MPs call for compulsory English lessons for immigrants in wake of Brexit

Immigrants coming into Britain must know English before they arrive, or should be enrolled in compulsory English classes. That’s the verdict of a group of MPs led by one of the Labour Party’s rising
Drain Le Swamp? France's Le Pen gets boost as rival Fillon hit by scandal

Drain Le Swamp? France's Le Pen gets boost as rival Fillon hit by scandal

French populist Marine Le Pen’s longshot political campaign has been given a major boost after her main rival is mired in a financial scandal with just months until France goes to the polls --
Majority of Europeans in favor of a Trump-style Muslim ban, poll shows

Majority of Europeans in favor of a Trump-style Muslim ban, poll shows

While European leaders have been outspoken in their dislike of President Trump’s immigration restrictions, a new poll indicates that they are not speaking on behalf of their voters -- and that a
'Could Le Pen win?' A guide to the French presidential election

'Could Le Pen win?' A guide to the French presidential election

Judging from his Twitter feed, President Trump is keeping a close eye on Sunday’s French presidential election.
Sen. Orrin Hatch announces he will not run for re-election in 2018

Sen. Orrin Hatch announces he will not run for re-election in 2018

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, the longest-serving GOP senator, announced Tuesday that he would not seek re-election in 2018 – opening up a possible pathway to the political resurrection of 2012 Republican
Sen. Orrin Hatch announces he will not run for re-election in 2018

Sen. Orrin Hatch announces he will not run for re-election in 2018

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, the longest-serving GOP senator, announced Tuesday that he would not seek re-election in 2018 – opening up a possible pathway to the political resurrection of 2012 Republican
Refugee influx into Germany fueled violent crime surge, report finds

Refugee influx into Germany fueled violent crime surge, report finds

The refugee wave ushered into Germany by Chancellor Angela Merkel has resulted in a surge of violent crime in the country, according to a government report published Wednesday.
Refugee influx into Germany fueled violent crime surge, report finds

Refugee influx into Germany fueled violent crime surge, report finds

The refugee wave ushered into Germany by Chancellor Angela Merkel has resulted in a surge of violent crime in the country, according to a government report published Wednesday.
Chuck Grassley pushes Fusion GPS founders to testify in public

Chuck Grassley pushes Fusion GPS founders to testify in public

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley said Wednesday that an invitation for the company behind the “Trump dossier” to testify in public remains “on the table” -- while noting the firm’s
Chuck Grassley pushes Fusion GPS founders to testify in public

Chuck Grassley pushes Fusion GPS founders to testify in public

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley said Wednesday that an invitation for the company behind the “Trump dossier” to testify in public remains “on the table” -- while noting the firm’s
White House bars employees from using personal cell phones in West Wing

White House bars employees from using personal cell phones in West Wing

The White House announced Thursday that it is banning employees and guests from using personal cell phones in the West Wing, citing security and technology concerns.
Attorney General Sessions to reverse Obama-era policy on pot legalization

Attorney General Sessions to reverse Obama-era policy on pot legalization

Attorney General Jeff Sessions plans to roll back an Obama-era policy that had allowed legal marijuana to thrive without federal intervention, Fox News confirmed Thursday.
White House bars employees from using personal cellphones in West Wing

White House bars employees from using personal cellphones in West Wing

The White House announced Thursday that it is banning employees and guests from using personal cellphones in the West Wing, citing security and technology concerns.
Sessions reverses Obama-era policy on marijuana, unleashes prosecutors

Sessions reverses Obama-era policy on marijuana, unleashes prosecutors

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday rolled back an Obama-era policy that allowed legal marijuana to thrive without federal intervention.
Sessions reverses Obama-era policy on marijuana, unleashes prosecutors

Sessions reverses Obama-era policy on marijuana, unleashes prosecutors

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday rolled back an Obama-era policy that allowed legal marijuana to thrive without federal intervention.
France's Macron proposes law to combat fake news

France's Macron proposes law to combat fake news

French President Emmanuel Macron has proposed legislation to crack down on the spread of “fake news” particularly around elections
US, Russia gear up for UN showdown over Iran protests

US, Russia gear up for UN showdown over Iran protests

The United States and Russia were set to face off Friday at the United Nations Security Council over the international community’s response to the protests in Iran, after the U.S. called for an
'Gorilla channel' warfare: Parody book excerpt fools Trump trashers

'Gorilla channel' warfare: Parody book excerpt fools Trump trashers

Opponents of President Trump were briefly fooled Friday by a tweet that appeared to be an excerpt from Michael Wolff’s new tell-all book, describing a “gorilla channel” that Trump was addicted to
Russia accuses US of ‘abusing’ Security Council by calling emergency session on Iran protests

Russia accuses US of ‘abusing’ Security Council by calling emergency session on Iran protests

The United States and Russia clashed at an emergency session of the U.N. Security Council Friday over the protests in Iran, with Russia accusing the U.S. of “abusing” the platform of the Council by
New York Dem charged with stealing Sandy money from FEMA

New York Dem charged with stealing Sandy money from FEMA

A New York Democratic assemblywoman was indicted Tuesday for allegedly defrauding government agencies out of tens of thousands of dollars, including the agency in charge of Hurricane Sandy relief.