A NASCAR-style Camaro ran in the famed 24-hour car race in France. It's another example of globalization in the sports world.
More than a million people have taken to the streets across France since President Emmanuel Macron forced through legislation raising the retirement age from 62 to 64.
With growth tapering in the U.S., American streaming giants are tapping into growing European markets in countries like France.
A number of French cities are going to war against street advertising which they say is ugly, anti-ecological and anti-social.
One company says it can make sustainable aviation fuel using beets, sugar cane and forestry waste.
In some of Paris' neighborhoods, residents have had enough of so-called "dark stores" that offer home grocery and meal deliveries.
The large metal-domed plants are popping up around the French countryside.
The company takes used and discarded symbols of the pandemic and turns them into items such as coat hangers and classroom rulers.
Victory for Le Pen in France's presidential election would have big repercussions for France — and the rest of the EU
The leader of France's far-right National Rally party has promised radical change if she wins the presidency.
Automakers will have to include language that suggests consumers take public transportation or bike or walk, especially for shorter trips.