Jimmy Kimmel saw President Trump’s displays of affection for Emmanuel Macron as over the top, saying, “He gave him the full Stormy Daniels there.”
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The company said it would cooperate with “relevant authorities” over practices that cast a shadow over the country’s vaunted manufacturing abilities.
Given the speed and unpredictability of the summit-level diplomacy now playing out, Japan is by no means assured that it will be happy with the outcome.
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The search for a new botanical garden that might as well have been a mirage.
Philadelphia, bolstered by Meek Mill’s appearance, rolled to an easy victory over the Miami Heat. The Celtics lead their series against Milwaukee, 3-2.
Harvey made his first relief appearance, throwing two mediocre innings and giving up a run before the Mets’ offense produced two crucial hits to eke out a win.
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The former state senator benefited from more than $1 million in outside spending by Republican groups determined to avoid repeats of losses in Alabama and Pennsylvania.
Democrats now have a numerical advantage in the State Senate, but Simcha Felder, who said he would continue to caucus with Republicans, has hindered their quest for control.
Gregorius, who has been the Yankees’ most fearsome hitter this year, drove in three runs and added his eighth home run of the season.
The police arrested Armando Juarez, 29, of Dallas, after a car chase. He faces multiple counts of aggravated assault on a police officer.
The decision to nominate Adm. Harry Harris as the ambassador to South Korea is seen as a diplomatic blow to Australia, a close American ally.
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For his exit from the Trump administration, Michael Anton, a self-described “right-wing Francophile,” asked to work as a line cook helping to prepare dinner for the French president.
Corrections appearing in print on Wednesday, April 25, 2018.