The French president's surrender after weeks of street violence might not be enough to defuse public anger against him, his critics say.
The opposition party says it will call a no-confidence vote if Parliament spurns the British prime minister's plan next week.
Cutting fossil fuel supply can help to limit demand, and a new study focuses on what could be the next big step in climate policy.
A quarter of poll respondents believe Jews have too much influence in wars, business and finance.
World War I caused deaths on a then-unimaginable scale, sowed the seeds of WWII and forever restricted our civil liberties.
An estimated 283,000 demonstrate at more than 2,000 sites against the planned increases.
By 1898, a great land empire had been forged through brutal conquest. Now the American gaze turned to foreign lands.
Fourteen people are injured and six are arrested ahead of the anniversary of the Catalan region's secession referendum.
Kathryn Mayorga seeks to void a previous out-of-court settlement and nondisclosure agreement from the alleged attack in 2009.