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This week's polls offer a crucial test.
Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini want to see a populist majority in the European Parliament.
The proposed rebranding is meant to distance the party from its anti-Semitic history.
Marine Le Pen and the National Front are holding a "refoundation congress" to mount a political comeback.
A new poll shows that French distaste for the American president keeps growing.
Macron and Merkel must figure out a common way forward in order to combat the momentum of the far right.
Florian Philippot has quit the National Front amid a split in the party.
Defending against right-wing populism requires standing up for democratic values.
It’s Tuesday, newsday. 1. Sean Spicer is searching for his replacement as press secretary. People don’t seem to be interested
He said she should give up party leadership.
France, Europe, and the world breathed a sigh of relief after the French elections gave “centrist” Emmanuel Macron a resounding
France is now the iconic test case of whether policies aligned with global integration can answer fears over job loss, security and identity.
France is now in uncharted seas. But at the least, with this resoundingly affirmative vote, it sails with a compass and its wits.
He needs a majority in Parliament, but his party is barely a year old and doesn’t have a single seat in the Assembly.
Le Pen was defeated in a landslide this Sunday, but her nativist party probably isn't going anywhere.