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An impossible race, and why Italians love this particular shade of red

by Bridget Bodnar Dec 12, 2017
In 1907, a small group of automobile enthusiasts wanted to see if it was possible to race from China to France.
A vintage 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO which won the 1963 Le Mans GT race outside Bonham and Brooks auction house in London, 30 October 2000.
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Three global ideas that could make U.S. health care better

by Sean McHenry Jul 7, 2017
If you could have any part of another country's health care system, what would it be?
An ambulance arrives at the Accident and Emergency department of the Bristol Royal Infirmary in Bristol, England.
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A big win for France's centrist party in parliamentary elections could push forward labor reform

by Aaron Schrank Jun 9, 2017
Last month, France elected pro-business political newcomer Emmanuel Macron as president, but the French aren’t done voting. The country’s parliamentary elections kick off Sunday, and the president’s new centrist party is expected to win a large majority. If that happens,…

Newly inaugurated French president heads to Germany

by Annie Baxter May 15, 2017
It’s tradition for any new French president make a pilgrimage to Germany. Given the particular power of Angela Merkel, the defeat of an anti-EU French candidate and French winner Macron’s interest in more European economic integration, the meeting will be…

France’s president-elect faces tough challenges

by Stephen Beard May 8, 2017
Emmanuel Macron won handily in France’s presidential election at the weekend, securing two-thirds of the vote. Next month, he faces an even more daunting election challenge — winning a majority in the parliamentary elections. Without control of Parliament, he will…
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Video: At the center of everything

by Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood May 8, 2017
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Macron ahead as France prepares to choose a president

by Stephen Beard May 5, 2017
The centrist, pro-European Union candidate has a strong lead in the polls.
French presidential election candidate for the Front National (FN) party, Marine Le Pen (L) and French presidential election candidate for the En Marche ! movement, Emmanuel Macron pose prior to the start of a televised debate.
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In French election, the EU looms large

by Stephen Beard May 5, 2017
The two finalists offer markedly different policies on the European Union.
Emmanuel Macron, center, the French presidential candidate for the On the Move party, waves during a campaign rally in Albi, France, on Thursday.
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French voters increasingly question globalization

by Stephen Beard Apr 21, 2017
As electors go to the polls, a far-right candidate is urging protectionism and 'economic patriotism.'
Far-right supporters attend a presidential campaign rally by National Front leader Marine Le Pen at the Dome De Marseille on Wednesday.
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French voters are turning against the European Union

by Stephen Beard Apr 20, 2017
As elections approach, a far-right candidate is channeling nationalist sentiment.
One of the most unpredictable French elections is being closely fought, with National Front leader Marine Le Pen promising to protect the electorate from globalization.
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