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Doing head-to-toe black, Sonam was photographed while out and about in Mumbai. Pairing a Zimmermann top with cropped pants, she rounded out the off-duty look with a Birkin and pair of Aquazzuras. She did good. P.S: You can shop the shoes here. Sonam Kapoor Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

'The Voice' Live Blog: The Top 12 Perform

In just one week, we have sliced the singers in half from the first round of the Live Playoffs, and each coach is down to just three contestants each. America has been voting, and our top choices are still in the game, along with one save from each coach. Show More Summary

World Enduro Championship, Round 2, Puerto Lumbreras, Spain

Matt Phillips secures EnduroGP class double win Photo Courtesy of Future7Media Most of the extreme test in Spain was actually a very dusty motocross track, apart from this hill. While most riders made it to the top unaided, it caused...Show More Summary

Sharks’ Joe Thornton played 4 playoff games with a torn ACL, MCL

Thornton is 37 years old. There was some question whether the San Jose Sharks’ top centers would even play in the first round of the NHL playoffs. Both injured themselves in the final weeks of the regular season. Logan Couture took a...Show More Summary

Meet the man who could become France's youngest president

After a year of electoral shocks around the globe, France delivered its own surprise when political neophyte and centrist Emmanuel Macron topped 10 other candidates in the first round of presidential voting. Suddenly, an obscure former investment banker who has never been elected to political office...

NFL mock draft 7.0: First-round outlook comes into focus

15 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

With the first round set to start on Thursday, here's how we think the top 32 picks will shake out.        

ETF Flyer: Macron is Good for European Stocks

First round French election results gave European stocks a boost with Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen taking the top spots, but Monday's best-performing ETF wasn't French.

STOCKS SOAR AFTER FIRST ROUND OF FRENCH ELECTION: Here's what you need to know

Stocks took off on Monday after the first round of the French presidential election. Centerist candidate Emmanuel Macron and anti-European Union, far-right candidate Marine Le Pen nabbed the top two spots in the first round of voting...Show More Summary

What you need to know on Wall Street today

Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. The first round of the French election is over, and investors can start moving on. With 97% of the results reported, centrist Emmanuel Macron was ahead with 23.9% of the vote, followed by Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate, with 21.4%. Show More Summary

French election: How the pollsters got the last laugh

19 hours agoNews : BlogPost

The results of the first round of the French election came late Sunday: Of the 11 candidates, independent centrist Emmanuel Macron came out on top, followed closely by far-right leader Marine Le Pen. Both progress to a second round of voting, set for May 7. It's a landmark election that saw France's main political groupings […]

Wow: Look At How France's Socialist Party Has Evaporated

Yesterday, France had the first round of its presidential election. The top two candidates who advanced to the runoff were the National Front's...

French election result gives markets a start-of-week lift

European stock markets and the euro ratcheted higher Monday, particularly in France, after the first round of the country's presidential election saw centrist Emmanuel Macron emerge on top — stoking … Click to Continue »

Macron and Le Pen to face off for French presidency

Pro-European centrist and anti-immigration far-right candidate to go head to head after coming top in first round of voting French election – live coverage The pro-European centrist, Emmanuel Macron, and the anti-immigration, far-right...Show More Summary

Macron faces biggest challenge yet in battle with Le Pen

Emmanuel Macron, little known to the French public just three years ago, is now favourite to win the country's presidency after topping Sunday's first round vote, but faces his biggest challenge yet as he takes on far-right rival Marine Le Pen.

Quarterback might not be a top priority in opening round of NFL draft

If anyone questions whether the NFL is a quarterback-driven league, consider that many of the worst teams are looking for one. That said, this year’s crop of quarterback prospects could have those teams saying pass, pass, pass — at least at the top of this year’s three-day draft, which starts Thursday...

Speed Kills! Why Joshua stops Klitschko in round 5

By Andy Hill: If one had to choose a single word to describe Anthony Joshua’s professional boxing career, the word fast would not be far from the top of the list.  It took Joshua only sixteen fights to capture a recognized world heavyweight...Show More Summary

Macron, Le Pen to face off following first round of France presidential election

No candidate reached the necessary 50 percent to avoid a runoff in Sunday's French election, meaning the top two candidates will head to a runoff. Read more...

Macron and Le Pen to face each other in French presidential runoff

Independent centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right populist Marine Le Pen will face each other in a runoff vote in two weeks after coming out on top in the first round of France's presidential election. Elizabeth Palmer has the latest from Paris.

France: Macron vs. Le Pen

The independent centrist Emmanuel Macron has topped the first round of the French presidential election and according to projections will face the far-right Front National's Marine Le Pen in a standoff marked by anti-establishment anger that knocked France's traditional political parties out of the race. Show More Summary

French election results 2017 - as they come in

Voters in France went to the polls on Sunday in the first round of the presidential election. The top two candidates go into a run-off in a fortnight. Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are narrow favourites, but François Fillon and Jean-Luc Mélenchon trailed them tightly in the polls. Show More Summary

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