Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford is running for election, and the media aren't invited. So far, his under-the-radar approach seems to be working out OK.
A French mystery writer set her latest novel in a well-known Parisian fabric store. But the shop owners were appalled to read of all the bloody goings-on, although fictional, at their store. They have sued the author. Genevieve Oger reports from Paris.
The palace in Versailles is among the most visited sites in France. Starting Tuesday people can see an exhibit of Japanese contemporary art that has some French traditionalists up in arms. Genevieve 0ger reports from Versailles.
The man believed to be the last surviving person sent to a concentration camp for being a homosexual decided to speak out. He's 97 now, and has just published a book about his experience. The World's Genevieve Oger has more.
Some Paris metro riders are refusing to pay for public transportation and demanding that the government make subway trips free. Genevieve Oger reports from Paris.
The French value fine cuisine, but it turns out they don't cook that much anymore. And they're buying a lot of their meals ready-made at supermarkets. So the city of Paris is offering cooking lessons. Genevieve Oger reports from Paris.
A politician from France's ruling party is proposing a return of the brothel. Polls suggest the French public is behind her. But prostitutes aren't. Genevieve Oger reports from Paris.
Genevieve Oger reports that France's food industry is starting to pay attention to the estimated 5 million Muslims that live in the country.
Correspondent Genevieve Oger reports on a new book by a French philosopher that's warning French women against the American-style pressure to be super moms.
French celebrity intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy is experiencing one of the most embarrassing moments of his career. In his latest book, he quotes a philosopher, known as Jean-Baptiste Botul. Turns out Botul is a hoax. Genevieve Oger has more from Paris.
Some singles are getting a little tired of Internet dating sites. Many are looking for new ways to meet that special person in person. One of them is to attend a Cafe de l'Amour. Reporter Genevieve Oger attended one.