VIDEO: French Fans: Americans Fantasize About Living In France
Almost a third (31 percent) would consider moving to the country, with 23 percent saying they have lived in the country in the past.
'Pro-Life Spiderman' Taken Into Custody After Climbing 60-Foot Tower: Video
"This person is placing firefighters' lives and the public's safety at risk," the San Francisco Fire Department tweeted Tuesday morning.
The History and Meaning of Bastille Day
Bastille Day takes place on July 14 and is commemorated by French people across the world, though the biggest celebrations are of course in France itself.
Stunning Pink Moon Photos Show it Rising Over New York, Paris, Tokyo
The pink moon occurs once a year, but this particular lunar event was extra special because it was also a supermoon, the closest the moon comes to Earth in its elliptic orbit
Is Paris Safe? French Capital Braces for New Protests
President Emmanuel Macron suspended a planned hike on fuel prices, but the "yellow vest" protesters said the measures were "too little too late."
Paris Police Seize 20 Tons of Mini Eiffel Towers
Police said the haul was worth up to $940,000.
Why Is Eiffel Tower Closed? Many Tourists Frustrated
Workers at the city's most iconic landmark have chosen the peak season to strike.
Eiffel Tower to Shut Down for World Cup Final Fan Zone
One giant and three smaller screens will broadcast France versus Croatia for 90,000 Parisians in the heart of the French capital.
Inside China's Incredible 'Fake Cities'
More than 5,000 miles from Paris a 354-foot replica of the Eiffel Tower sits on a former luxury housing estate.
China's 'Fake' Monuments—and the Places They've Copied
The economic boom in China in the 1990s led to "duplitecture" or copycat versions of everything from the Eiffel Tower and London Bridge to the canals of Venice and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Eiffel Tower to Get Bulletproof Glass in Security Push
The city is under heightened security in the wake of extremist violence that has left 200 dead.
Paris Set for 10-Year Tourism Record Even After Attacks
The City of Light and the Île-de-France are mounting a recovery after attacks across France in 2015 and 2016 frightened away visitors.
Trump's Odd Diet Might Complicate Macron Dinner
The menu at the Eiffel Tower restaurant might be scary for the president. Oh, and he might not love dining at that height, either.
Manchester United News: Ibrahimovic Confirms PSG Exit
The forward's contract is up at the end of the season.
Will Skyscrapers Ruin Paris?
Parisian officials have just approved the city's first skyscraper in 42 years—and many locals want nothing to do with it.