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  • France approves European treaty on public-spending limits

     
    France approves the European treaty to limit public spending, a key element in Europe's strategy to combat its debt crisis. Critics say that it will enshrine austerity into French law....
  • Why so formal with the president?

    Why so formal with the president?
    American exceptionalism—which is fun to say (all those syllables!)—is grabbing some headlines this summer, thanks to the intersection of a heat-filled presidential campaign and a much-hyped, much-watched Olympics. We're devouring these Summer...
  • Autolib: Paris scheme showcases tycoon's battery-car gamble

    Autolib: Paris scheme showcases tycoon's battery-car gamble
    PARIS - A fleet of little silver cars in Paris is showcasing France's gamble on electric vehicle technology in a project that backers say is even helping to narrow the capital's social divide. Modeled on the Velib bike-sharing program, Autolib has won...
  • Canadian DJs "punk" U.N. Secretary General

    Canadian DJs "punk" U.N. Secretary General
    The Avengers "owned" the summer, earning a billion and half bucks worldwide. But a Canadian team of Avengers tried to take over, stirring up some shiz last week at the United Nations General Assembly. Les Justiciers Masques, French for "Masked Avengers,"...
  • How the election could go wrong for Romney

    How the election could go wrong for Romney
    PARIS -- There's a good chance that American voters will screw up the presidential election. "How could you say such a thing when in a democracy the people are, by definition, correct?" you ask. Because there's no such thing as collective intelligence,...
  • Courting Jewish voters, Obama says 'no options off table' on Iran

    Courting Jewish voters, Obama says 'no options off table' on Iran
    President Obama can't show enough love for the Jewish vote – er, community. With his approval rating among Jews down 20 points from his showing in the 2008 election -- and with Republicans eager to exploit Jewish anxieties about Obama's...
  • Euro zone unemployment at record high 10.9%

    Euro zone unemployment at record high 10.9%
    Unemployment in the 17 countries that make up the euro zone was at a record high of 10.9% in March, according to a new report that likely has incumbents in Sunday’s elections breaking into a cold sweat. The jobless rate is up from 10.8% in February...
  • Spain's prime minister: No bailout, but liquidity would be nice

    Spain's prime minister: No bailout, but liquidity would be nice
    Mariano Rajoy, Spain’s prime minister, has found a new ally in his quest for lower borrowing rates and liquidity in his recession-racked country: France’s new President Francoise Hollande. A week after his inauguration, Hollande met with...
  • Doyle McManus: The West is still waiting for its Libya gamble to pay off

    Hope isn't a strategy. But it was a major part of NATO's decision to launch an air war against Libya's Moammar Kadafi almost three months ago. Back in March, when the bombing began, the leaders of France, Britain and the United States hoped Kadafi's...
  • Cannes: Festival favorite enjoys L.A. ties

    Cannes: Festival favorite enjoys L.A. ties
    — Writer-director Terrence Malick wasn't there to accept it, but "The Tree of Life," his ambitious and long-anticipated examination of what it all means, won the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or on Sunday night. "He remains infamously and...
  • Investors greet European deal with cautious optimism

     
    Investors and economists are responding cautiously to a deal worked out in Brussels that is supposed to solve the European debt crisis....