The former bodyguard whose violent conduct plunged French President Emmanuel Macron into his biggest political crisis this summer agreed reluctantly to face questioning by senators as their hearings resumed on Wednesday.



Latest News

CNBC: Review underway after Trump declassified documents related to the early days of the FBI's Russia probe

CTV News: Fort Macleod RCMP investigate after boy in stolen SUV found safe

CTV News: Champ golfer from Spain killed in Iowa; suspect charged

Reuters: Ireland collects 14.3 billion euros from Apple ahead of tax appeal

Times of Israel: Raised Israel-Russia tension is not the only troubling aspect of strike in Syria

WashingtonPost: New Charles Krauthammer anthology coming Dec. 4

WashingtonPost: Employers are using Facebook to target job ads for police officers, truck drivers and sports store clerks exclusively to men

FOX: Meet the youngest candidate for Congress in the US

CNN: Treating advanced HR-positive cancer

CNN: Treating advanced HR-positive cancer

CNN: What they're saying about the trade war at China's 'Davos'

CBS: Elizabeth Smart on journey from shame to fighting for change

CBC: 'Crisis after crisis': Opioid addiction is overwhelming Canada's largest First Nations police force

ABC: WATCH: Bristol Palin dishes on MTV's 'Teen Mom OG'

ABC: Hurricane rating system fails to account for deadly rain

Daily Mail: Welsh politician charged with having indecent images of...

Daily Mail: Trump, without evidence, accuses China of trying to...

Daily Mail: Hurricane rating system fails to account for deadly rain

Daily Mail: New dates being added for Bob Seger's final concert tour

Daily Mail: Hunt for bow legged attacker beat three homeless men with a bat

CNBC: These are the only 4 reasons to get an MBA right now

CNBC: Tilray shares pop 11% after getting approval to import pot to US for medical study

CNBC: Apple CEO Tim Cook explains why Apple products were exempt from Trump's China tariffs

18 Related Articles, between 2018-09-11 and 2018-09-12