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The anti-Macron independent looking to topple France's president

A man who carried a Trump flag onto the Senate floor on Jan. 6 was sentenced to eight months behind bars, the first prison term resulting from the Capitol riot

South Korea passed its second-largest extra budget of the pandemic, seeking to shore up the economy as the country’s worst virus wave so far shows little sign of abating

The U.S. Justice Department has decided not to investigate New York State’s handling of the coronavirus in its nursing homes, the department said in a letter on Friday to a Republican opponent of Governor Andrew Cuomo

Why South Africa just suffered its worst riots since apartheid

Canada plans to open its border to fully vaccinated U.S. visitors on August 9

Powell has broad support among top Biden aides for new Fed term

Politicians are concerned that people are deleting the official U.K. Covid-19 mobile phone app to avoid having to self-isolate

Graduates of top global universities will no longer need a job offer in order to secure a visa to work in the U.K., under a government plan to boost innovation

Republican senators urged the U.S. Olympic Committee to forbid American athletes from using China’s digital currency at the 2022 games


A West Virginia lawmaker who livestreamed himself entering the U.S. Capitol during Wednesday’s riot is charged by federal prosecutors

Breaking: Maine Senator Susan Collins became the first Republican to break ranks with GOP leadership and President Donald Trump to say the next Supreme Court nominee should be selected by whoever is elected president on Nov. 3.

#Coronavirus latest: -Cases surpass 117,000 worldwide; deaths exceed 4,200 -China reports just 24 new cases -Italy infections over 10,000, cases in the U.S. near 1,000 -Canada's PM Justin Trudeau to announce financial measures

Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, introduced him to a senior official from a Ukrainian energy firm that became the focus of controversy over the dismissal of a prosecutor who was investigating the company, the New York Post reports

Rudy Giuliani is the subject of a Justice Department inquiry into possible foreign lobbying for Turkish interests separate from a criminal probe of his activities in Ukraine, sources say

President Trump boasts about his fund-raising abilities, saying he could call up the head of Exxon for a donation. Exxon later says: "Just so we’re all clear, it never happened."

U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan: “At some point, the postmaster is either going to have to be deposed or appear before me and testify under oath”