Centrist Emmanuel Macron is replacing François Hollande officially on May 14 at midnight. Former Inspector of Finances and investment banker, Macron will be inducted on the same day. The President-elect won 66.1 percent of the vote against Marine Le Pen. After the induction ceremony, a tribute at the Arc De Triomphe and a visit to Paris city hall, Macron will officially start as the President. His first job is to name a Prime Minister.
Berkeley Republicans sue school over Ann Coulter cancelation
1. UC Berkeley Republicans were planning on hosting an event featuring Ann Coulter on April 27. The school said nope, the event needs to be rescheduled to May 2. Coulter and gang said Thursday was the day to do it. Now the group and Coulter are suing Berkley because of the school’s rescheduling efforts. The lawsuit claims Berkley is discriminating against conservative guest speakers by using time and location restrictions. The group states the restrictions are intended to stifle conservative viewpoints by scheduling events at times where students would be busy studying for exams.
2. On the other hand, Berkeley sites safety and security concerns after UCPD received threats against Coulter. Adminsatortors stated a need for a more secure location in order to avoid the violence that occurred before former Breitbart News editor Milo Yiannopoulos’ event.
3. So, is it a legitimate safety issue or an attempt to stifle free speech?
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The Big Dance wraps up with the NCAA national championship game between No. 1 Gonzaga vs. No. 1 University of North Carolina. The Tar Heels are a five-time tournament champion who have made 20 appearances in the tournament and 11 appearances in the championship game. Although the Bulldogs have had 19 consecutive appearances in the tourney, this is their first time even making it into the Final Four. North Carolina and Gonzaga will play at the University of Phoenix Stadium.The game will air on CBS at 9:20 p.m. Eastern time.
President Donald Trump has signed a bill into law that adds the exploration of Mars as a goal for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA. The law also authorizes $19.5 billion in funding for the agency during the 2017 budget year, which began on October 1. Trump also recently sent Congress a proposal of $19.1 billion in funding for NASA next year. The law additionally directs NASA to manage human space flight programs to help humans explore Mars and other planets and destinations.