(CNN) Emily in "Emily in Paris" is going to be a bit more Parisian in Season 2. Creator Darren Star says Emily, played by Lily Collins, will learn how to better assimilate into French culture. "For me, it's the evolution of the character. I think when someone goes to Paris for the first time, they are overwhelmed by the beauty of the city and that's what they're seeing," Star told Variety in an interview published Tuesday. "I think, perhaps, a lot of viewers who lived in Paris for a long time didn't quite understand that this was through the lens of a character who was experiencing the city for the first time. That's how she was perceiving it -- she was really struck by the beauty that was all around her." In Season 1 of the Netflix series, Emily was portrayed as a wide-eyed 20-something from Chicago, who lands a job at a marketing firm in Paris when her boss can't make it. While she tries to provide the company with an American view on their … [Read more...] about Emily will be more French in Season 2 of ‘Emily in Paris’
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close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 6 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Twice last week, the federal government’s unconstitutional spying on ordinary Americans was exposed. One of these revelations was made by a federal judge in Washington, D.C., who wrote that the FBI is still using warrantless spying in criminal cases, notwithstanding the Constitution and federal laws. The other revelation was a surprise even to those of us who monitor these things -- the United States Postal Service acknowledged that it has been spying on Americans. Here is the backstory . The modern American security state -- the parts of the federal government that spy on Americans and do not change on account of elections -- received an enormous shot in the arm in 1978 when Congress enacted the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. That naively misguided and profoundly unconstitutional law was sold to Congress as … [Read more...] about Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: Now the Post Office is spying on Americans — will our government ever behave?
It is hard to imagine what motivates and guides the Biden administration’s foreign policy, apart from “Obama-imitation” and a few overarching pleasant outcomes. The breakdown of a bipartisan U.S. foreign policy came in the 1970s when the Vietnam consensus snapped. Since then, America’s principal foreign policy objectives have oscillated between the Republicans’ retention of and capitalization on advantages vis-à-vis America’s rivals and potential threats to its national interest and the Democrats’ promotion of broader ideals. President Nixon triangulated great-power relations with China and withdrew from Vietnam, leaving a non-communist government in Saigon, which fought the North Vietnamese and Vietcong to a standstill in 1973 before falling in 1975. Nixon re-established U.S. nuclear superiority with the SALT I agreement but, with Watergate and the cut-off of assistance to South Vietnam, that policy was replaced after a couple of years by President Carter’s promotion of human rights … [Read more...] about Biden’s foreign policy missteps boost anti-Americanism
The National Security Council will host a principals meeting Friday to discuss the Biden administration’s range of options for potential action on Iran. Axios first reported the meeting Thursday night, which was subsequently confirmed by White House press secretary Jen Psaki the following morning. (RELATED: Iran Shows Off New Rocket With Advanced Missile Technology) US Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks to staff at the US State Department during the first visit of US President Joe Biden(L) in Washington, DC, February 4, 2021. – US Secretary of State Antony Blinken voiced concern over jailed opposition figure Alexei Navalny and imprisoned Americans in a telephone call Thursday with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images) “It should come as no surprise that the National Security Council is hosting interagency policy meetings, including on a broad range of issues in the Middle East, including at the Principals level,” she … [Read more...] about White House Convenes Top Level National Security Meeting To Debate Action On Iran
(CNN) Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola praised the club's "incredible" journey after it reached the Champions League final for the first time. With a 2-1 advantage over Paris Saint-Germain from the first-leg , City dominated the return fixture on Tuesday and Riyad Mahrez netted a brace to wrap up the semifinal with a 4-1 aggregate win. The Premier League side, backed by wealthy owners, have targeted European football's most prestigious competition for years and it has never been so close to being crowned champion. City reached the semifinals under former manager Manuel Pellegrini, but since Guardiola took charge in 2016, the club had previously failed to get past the quarterfinals. Whilst European success has proved elusive, Guardiola has ushered in plenty of domestic success -- winning two Premier League titles -- but this is the competition that everyone associated the club has had their eye on. Read More "What we have done … [Read more...] about Manchester City cracks code to reach first Champions League final after brushing aside Paris Saint-Germain