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Of course, the implications of the French elections go beyond France-and not just because Le Pen's victory would be the latest triumph for xenophobic populism in the West. French presidential election candidate for the right-wing Les Republicains (LR) party Francois Fillon (C) gestures after delivering a speech during a campaign meeting of the on April 17, 2017 in Nice, southeastern France.
  • April the giraffe: Help name her newborn

    April the giraffe: Help name her newborn

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    April the giraffe suffered an injury at the Animal Adventure Park Monday morning, and viewer's constant emails to the park has the team ready to pull the live feed down. At least 1.2 million people watched the Animal Adventure Park's YouTube streaming of the event. And I was "there" - watching Animal Adventure Park's live cam and Facebook stream , dropping everything I was doing to make sure I had a chance to watch everything go down.
  • Nintendo discontinues the NES Classic Edition

    Nintendo discontinues the NES Classic Edition

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    They have no more plans to produce more NES Classic systems for North America, a Nintendo representative told IGN in a statement. Nintendo of America had announced that the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition had been discontinued in the region last week and has since added that the miniature replica was never meant to be a "long-term product".
  • Search for Facebook killer in PA comes up empty

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    He had been collecting cans on his walk, and police believe he was randomly targeted. Almost five hours after the shooting, Williams said authorities hadn't had a verifiable report of a sighting of Stephens . Lane has shut down all of her social media accounts. Police have not verified if there are other victims, but the search for Steve Stephens has expanded to several states.
  • Sights and Sounds From the Easter Egg Roll

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    Before joining the festivities with his family, President Trump thanked his wife for "working on this for a long time to make it ideal". President Donald Trump kicked off the event by thanking the estimated 21,000 adults and children who gathered on the South Lawn of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.
  • Facebook Murder Suspect's Ex-Girlfriend Speaks Out

    Facebook Murder Suspect's Ex-Girlfriend Speaks Out

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    That's what happened on Sunday afternoon. The 37-year-old posted a video showing the fatal attack on 74-year-old grandfather Robert Godwin, who was picked apparently at random. "He was kind and loving to me and my children", she told CBS News . I don't think I've ever interviewed a stronger family. "Yeah, she's the reason this is about to happen to you", Stephens said.
  • United States senator to introduce bill to provide rights for airline passengers

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    American Airlines updated its rules to say that no passenger who has boarded the plane will be removed to give the seat to someone else. CEO Oscar Munoz issued another apology Monday. Her tweets were quickly shared with stinging criticism of the airline by the time Watts landed. "The price and the cost to the airline should be increased to the point where they can't just regard it as part of their business model", said Blumenthal.
  • Samsung to launch Galaxy S8 smartphone in India on April 19

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    There was some disappointment when customers started receiving the messages from T-Mobile that April 19 is the day when they would start shipping devices. Images of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus prototype have been leaked yet again. Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 are abounding, and while none have been confirmed by the South Korean tech giant, speculations are high that the upcoming flagship phablet would be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a ...
  • Canada glacier melt rerouted in rare case of 'river piracy'

    Canada glacier melt rerouted in rare case of 'river piracy'

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    In research published Monday in the journal Nature Geoscience , Shugar and his team detail how the warming atmosphere caused the toe (large front end) of the massive Kaskawulsh Glacier, one of the largest in Canada, to retreat across the mountain valley that is the source of the Slims River .