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Monday’s Morning Email: What France’s Election Means For The EU And Populism

TOP STORIES(And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here.)WHAT FRANCE’S ELECTION MEANS FOR THE EU Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron won France’s presidential election Sunday in a decisive victory over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen and became France’s youngest head of state since Napoleon. Take a look at his unlikely rise. Check out the maps that show how France voted. And here’s what the landslide victory says about the EU and populism.NORTH KOREA SAYS IT HAS DETAINED ANOTHER AMERICAN Kim Hak Song, who worked for the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, was detained for “hostile acts” against the state.CLEARING UP SOME CONFUSION ABOUT THE HOUSE GOP HEALTH BILL Including the state of Medicaid and why John Kasich laughed at the current plan for high-risk pools.OVER 1 MILLION CHILD REFUGEES HAVE FLED SOUTH SUDAN During the country’s civil war. And for those children left, three-quarters are not in school.THE RESULT OF THE YOUTUBE ADVERTISER EXODUS Creators’ earnings plunged “in the wake of a recent advertiser exodus from YouTube, prompted by major brands discovering they were showing up on videos promoting hate speech and terrorism.” [NYT]FRATERNITY FACES HUNDREDS OF CHARGES FOLLOWING HAZING DEATH Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza died from injuries sustained during a pledge ceremony.OBAMA CALLED ON CONGRESS TO ‘HAVE COURAGE’ IN THE HEALTH CARE BATTLE While he accepted the Profile In Courage award Sunday night.WHAT’S BREWING‘MY SON DIED IN 1994 BUT HIS HEART ONLY STOPPED BEATING THIS YEAR’ “On the night of 29 September 1994, 7-year-old Nicholas Green was fatally shot during a family holiday in southern Italy. The death was a tragedy for his parents, Reg and Maggie, but their decision to donate his organs caused organ donation rates in Italy to triple in a decade ― a result dubbed the ‘Nicholas effect.’” [BBC]COLBERT SEES HIGHEST RATINGS SINCE HIS ‘LATE SHOW’ PREMIERE Following a week of #FireColbert hashtags. He is still facing an FCC investigation, however.MEGHAN MARKLE AND PRINCE HARRY ATTEND THEIR FIRST PUBLIC EVENT TOGETHER Which included a good luck kiss for the prince’s polo match. [People]THESE ARE THE 23 SUMMER BLOCKBUSTERS AND INDIES TO WATCH FOR Mark your calendars!PEPE THE FROG IS DEAD The cartoonist behind the now-controversial frog has killed off his creation, saying the character was “not a hater, he’s a lover.” BEFORE YOU GO13 are dead and 30 more sickened from an unexplained illness in Liberia.This pitch by Jared Kushner’s sister about a visa program for the wealthy raised all kinds of questions over the weekend.The governor of Texas is going after sanctuary cities in his state.“The billionaire and the flood.”395 birds died after crashing into the tallest building in Galveston, Texas last Thursday.Hillary Clinton went after the media in this tweet about Macron’s victory.This is the photoshopped photo of Trump that the internet flipped over.This 18-inning game yielded a new Major League Baseball record.Of course Emma Watson’s acceptance speech at the MTV Movie & TV Awards was amazingly inspirational.The “American Idol” reboot is happening, but the “Friends” reboot touted in that viral Facebook post is not.A review of that $1 wine from Trader Joe’s.Inside the debate to move from vellum to paper for British parliament records.Hanson performed “Mmmbop” to celebrate its 20th anniversary as a song. Yes, feel old.The potential “Craigslist” for leftover food.And “13 Reasons Why” will be getting a second season. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

TOP STORIES

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WHAT FRANCE’S ELECTION MEANS FOR THE EU Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron won France’s presidential election Sunday in a decisive victory over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen and became France’s youngest head of state since Napoleon. Take a look at his unlikely rise. Check out the maps that show how France voted. And here’s what the landslide victory says about the EU and populism.

NORTH KOREA SAYS IT HAS DETAINED ANOTHER AMERICAN Kim Hak Song, who worked for the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, was detained for “hostile acts” against the state.

CLEARING UP SOME CONFUSION ABOUT THE HOUSE GOP HEALTH BILL Including the state of Medicaid and why John Kasich laughed at the current plan for high-risk pools.

OVER 1 MILLION CHILD REFUGEES HAVE FLED SOUTH SUDAN During the country’s civil war. And for those children left, three-quarters are not in school.

THE RESULT OF THE YOUTUBE ADVERTISER EXODUS Creators’ earnings plunged “in the wake of a recent advertiser exodus from YouTube, prompted by major brands discovering they were showing up on videos promoting hate speech and terrorism.” [NYT]

FRATERNITY FACES HUNDREDS OF CHARGES FOLLOWING HAZING DEATH Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza died from injuries sustained during a pledge ceremony.

OBAMA CALLED ON CONGRESS TO ‘HAVE COURAGE’ IN THE HEALTH CARE BATTLE While he accepted the Profile In Courage award Sunday night.

WHAT’S BREWING

‘MY SON DIED IN 1994 BUT HIS HEART ONLY STOPPED BEATING THIS YEAR’ “On the night of 29 September 1994, 7-year-old Nicholas Green was fatally shot during a family holiday in southern Italy. The death was a tragedy for his parents, Reg and Maggie, but their decision to donate his organs caused organ donation rates in Italy to triple in a decade ― a result dubbed the ‘Nicholas effect.’” [BBC]

COLBERT SEES HIGHEST RATINGS SINCE HIS ‘LATE SHOW’ PREMIERE Following a week of #FireColbert hashtags. He is still facing an FCC investigation, however.

MEGHAN MARKLE AND PRINCE HARRY ATTEND THEIR FIRST PUBLIC EVENT TOGETHER Which included a good luck kiss for the prince’s polo match. [People]

THESE ARE THE 23 SUMMER BLOCKBUSTERS AND INDIES TO WATCH FOR Mark your calendars!

PEPE THE FROG IS DEAD The cartoonist behind the now-controversial frog has killed off his creation, saying the character was “not a hater, he’s a lover.”

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Monday’s Morning Email: What France’s Election Means For The EU And Populism