Tree Planted By Trump And Macron At White House Goes MissingA mystery is brewing at the White House about what happened to the oak tree President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron planted there last week.
Two Dead In France Supermarket Hostage-TakingTwo people have been killed and others taken hostage at a supermarket in the southern French town of Trebes, in what officials are treating as an act of terror.
Nutella Discount Sparks Rush, Chaos In French SupermarketsThe regular price of Nutella at Intermarche is at €4.50 ($5.60). It was discounted to €1.41 ($1.75).
Schwarzenegger Talks Climate Change With French PresidentFormer California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says the environment shouldn't be a partisan issue.
Best Destinations In Europe For Wine LoversEurope is home to many regions that are well known for amazing wine producing abilities. These are must-visit destinations for any wine lover.
5 Of The Best New Year's Eve Celebrations In The WorldA look at five of the best New Year's Eve celebrations from around the world.
Train Attack Hero Spencer Stone Returns To USThe U.S. Air Force airman who was injured when he and two childhood friends tackled a heavily armed gunman on a Paris-bound train returned to his native California Thursday night.
France Formally Opens Terror Probe Into Train AttackThe Paris prosecutor's office says authorities are formally opening a judicial investigation into terror-related acts after a thwarted attack on a high-speed train last week.
Father: 'Destiny' That Childhood Friends Stopped France Train GunmanThree childhood friends are being awarded the Legion of Honor from the French president after tackling a gunman on a Paris-bound train.
Childhood Friends Hailed As Heroes After Stopping France Train Attack SuspectEverett Stone says his brother Spencer Stone is still recovering. “Proud” doesn’t even being to describe how he feels, he says, but he expects nothing less of him.
Relatives Of Men Who Subdued Gunman On Train Proud, Glad They SurvivedRelatives of the three Americans who tackled and disarmed a gunman on a European train say they are proud of the men and relieved they weren't killed during those chaotic moments onboard a high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris.