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The Vermont senator's lead in the Democratic race comes as former Vice President Joe Biden's standing has dropped by 11 points since January.
The French president spoke of what he described as the fight against "separatism" in a speech given in Mulhouse, eastern France.
The bleak outlook forecasts that warming oceans and rising seas could have a devastating impact on ocean ecosystems.
Mike Bloomberg joins the stage, Bernie Sanders leaps into front-runner status, and others fight to stay afloat at what's shaping up to be a lively faceoff.
Trade unions demand political action to guarantee retail prices for fruit and vegetables that are liveable for farmers.
The president of the European Commission visited the center for the artificial intelligence of the Flemish University in Brussels, where around 200 people work on projects partly financed by the EU.
France and the US are not on the same page here.
The announcement comes at a tumultuous time for the royal family.
They claim they're getting the same price for their products as they were 20 years ago.
Blagojevich was sentenced in 2011 to 14 years in federal prison on corruption charges related to his solicitation of bribes in an attempt to "sell" Barack Obama's open Senate seat.
The Las Vegas debate, featuring six candidates, is the last before the Nevada caucuses
At least 500 people have been killed since protests began.
A late entrant into the Democratic presidential race, the former New York City mayor is making a billion-dollar bet that the old rules no longer apply.
The football icon pleaded guilty to a felony charge in 1998 related to a payment to former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards to help secure a casino license.
The historic vote comes amid growing discontent among employees at technology companies such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft, who have started to organize.
About 50 people are stuck at the Haukeli mountain pass (Haukeliseter Fjellstue) in southern Norway, due to a heavy winter storm.
Moldova's president told Euronews ambassadors were "too close" to the former pro-EU government.
Ukraine's president called it a cynical move by pro-Russian separatists so that the peace process would fail.
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Minhaj headlined the 2017 dinner.
The WWF argues cutting down an EU-protected floodplain forest in central Hungary was illegal and has called for statutory penalties.
The bank plans to reduce its workforce from 235,000 to 200,000 in the next three years.