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Paris will regulate the use of electric scooters with fines for riding on pavements.
The Senate majority leader is using the procedural move to make it so that non-Cabinet-level executive branch and district court nominations need only two hours of floor debate.
"I get it. I hear what they're saying. I understand it. And I will be much more mindful," the former vice president says.
This would mark the third time in six years that the majority party used the tactic to overcome minority opposition and change Senate procedures.
Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Beto O'Rourke and Pete Buttigieg post strong numbers, but the rest of the field is holding back.
Hollywood actor George Clooney led calls for a boycott of the luxury hotels owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, which is headed by the country's 72-year-old sultan.
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Trump ordered the Justice Department to sign on to a U.S. District Court judge's ruling that the entire Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional.
"The data genie cannot be put back in the bottle," researchers said in a report detailing how it found the Facebook user data.
It’s a presidential showdown — Ukrainian current president Poroshenko has accepted a challenge by his opponent Zelensky to debate, but first...a drugs test. Really.
The stunt marked the ministries' cooperation on a new plan for mental healthcare in the country, which they say is designed to move mental health patients out of specialist wards and hospitals and provide more care directly in communities.
Kenya's Wildlife Service rangers rescued three elephants bogged down in the muddy waters of Lake Kapnarok on Monday.
Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt competed against a motorcycle taxi on a boardwalk in the Peruvian capital on Tuesday, and won.
Austria is taking aim at tech giants the likes of Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon with the introduction of a 5% tax rate on digital companies' advertising revenues.
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A Conservative source told a UK journalist that Theresa May turning to opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn was like Harry Potter's Voldemort having his soul broken.
The two Russian Tupolev Tu-160 long-range bombers remained in international airspace off Britain's north-east coast.
Brexit deadlock hits new heights as UK MPs tie in a vote on whether parliament should consider more options on Monday.
The U.K. prime minister has so far failed at every hurdle to make the divorce happen on her terms.
The platform claimed it risked violating France's fake news law, which was introduced in December last year and aims to combat the "manipulation of information".
The mention was included as a footnote in a draft law over visa-free travel to the EU for Britons after Brexit.
Young Ambassadors from Gazprom’s International Children’s Social Programme, Football for Friendship, were at the Dragão stadium in Porto on Wednesday to present the award.
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A junior minister has quit Theresa May's government over her decision to request a further delay to Brexit.
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The nation's households are more diverse than ever, and that's evident on the presidential campaign trail.
Lifelike bots offer a soothing presence without needing to be fed or taken for a walk.
Dubbed “the most famous weapon in art history”, the Lefaucheux revolver is estimated to be worth between €40,000 and €60,000.
In this episode, Real Economy takes a look at what Europe is doing to boost investment in innovative industries such artificial intelligence and robotics in order to foster growth.
Angola is her homeland but Nadir Tati’s fashion designs can be seen all over the world on the runways of New York, Lisbon and Berlin. She makes fashion by Africans for Africans - but also the rest of the world.
The vehicle never stood a chance, as the aptly named Bolt jogged ahead of it at a leisurely pace.