by Lauren C. Williams Jul 26, 2015
France’s highest court upheld a new national intelligence bill that would give the government unprecedented spying power — including NSA-style metadata collection — at home and internationally.
by Ari Phillips Jul 23, 2015
The French law will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, cut fossil fuels, curtail nuclear power, and increase renewables.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 24, 2015
"France will not tolerate actions that threaten its security and the protection of its interests," French President François Hollande said.
by Samantha Page Jun 17, 2015
There's a storm brewing in Europe over a chocolate breakfast spread.
by Samantha Page May 26, 2015
Food waste costs billions of dollars a year and is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.
by Beenish Ahmed May 1, 2015
The event was founded in the United States to demand that the work day be restricted to eight hours, but it is now adapted to the various issues workers face.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 27, 2015
Israel killed 2,314 Palestinians in 2014, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. That’s more than any year since 1967.
by Ari Phillips Mar 20, 2015
The sky's the limit under France's new rooftop law.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 19, 2015
"I think that by the end of 2015, we will no longer have anorexic models on the catwalk."
by Beenish Ahmed Feb 17, 2015
In 2012, nearly one-fourth of about 6,000 Jewish people in eight European Union countries said that they had experienced some form of anti-semitic harassment in the year before the survey.