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Brexit critic Emmanuel Macron poised for landslide in French MP elections

Brexit critic Emmanuel Macron poised for landslide in French MP elections

But voter turnout, at an historic low of 48.71 percent, called the strength of Macron's mandate into question. She won a fifth of the vote in the first round of the presidential election in April, coming second behind Macron by just a few percentage points of the vote, yet pollsters expect she will have just a handful of seats in parliament in contrast to 400 or more for Macron.



Future Uncertain for GOP's Dodd-Frank Reform

The sweeping Dodd-Frank legislation was signed into law by former President Obama in July 2010. "At the end of the day, Dodd-Frank didn't help Main Street". House financial services committee chairman Jeb Hensarling officially introduced the act in April, but a series of Democratic amendments and other delays were raised before the final vote was taken.


Congressional Charity Baseball Game To Go On After Shooting Spree At Practice

Congressional Charity Baseball Game To Go On After Shooting Spree At Practice

Later, the crowd burst into applause as Capitol Police Officer David Bailey - who was injured as he pursued the shooter - hobbled to the mound on crutches and tossed the ceremonial first pitch. That we're not going to let the bad guys or the crazies interrupt our lives. "I'm going to go out and be with my constituents, whether they're here, in Washington D.C.


President Trump Under Investigation For Obstruction Of Justice

President Trump Under Investigation For Obstruction Of Justice

When asked about a letter he wrote recommending firing Comey, Rosenstein said that Mueller could be looking into the decision-making process for the firing - and he was therefore "not at liberty to talk about that now". Comey meetings and tell the FBI Special Consul Robert Muller that he never asked FBI to stop investigating. The ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Rep.


Trump investigated for obstruction

Trump investigated for obstruction

Former FBI Director James Comey told Congress last week he believes he was sacked by Trump to undermine the agency's Russian Federation probe. The special counsel, who has moved quickly to take full control of the investigation, is reportedly interviewing what the Post described as "senior intelligence officials" as part of what suddenly also is an obstruction of justice investigation.