After a year of Macron, start-up hum grows at Paris's Station F

If there’s one industry Emmanuel Macron has sought to tie his political fortunes to since storming to victory in France’s presidential election last May, it’s technology.

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In Silicon Valley, some Indian Americans shun Clinton after election controversy

Hillary Clinton, who has long cultivated the Indian-American community for both funds and votes, is tapping into the excitement around the Silicon Valley visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi this weekend. Next Monday she is holding a presidential campaign fundraiser expected to attract many prominent Californians with ties to India.

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Texas set to execute man for murder of San Antonio police officer

Texas plans to execute Manuel Garza on Wednesday for seizing a gun from a San Antonio police officer and fatally shooting him in a struggle in 2001.

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Top 10 things you should probably know about Ramadan

Do all Muslims have to fast? Isn't it a bit hot to do it in July? How do you know when to start?

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