French President Emmanuel Macron secures a second term in office. Acknowledging that “numerous” voters cast ballots for him simply to keep out the fiercely nationalist far-right Marine Le Pen, he pledged to reunite the country.
Marion Maréchal — previously known as Marion Maréchal Le Pen — quit politics last year and dropped her famous last name, but she hasn’t dropped her focus on giving the far-right a boost. Maréchal's latest endeavor has been to start a school aimed at training the ultra-conservative elite in France.
France's prime minister met with opposition leaders on Monday as President Emmanuel Macron sought a way to defuse nationwide protests over high living costs that led to widespread rioting in Paris.
Technology is transforming societies more deeply than the political vibrations of 2017.
President Barack Obama is a superstar in France. French voters even wish he were the one running.
The already confusing and uncertain French presidential election just got a little more so.
When US Sen. Richard Burr made headlines last month saying, “The Russians are actively involved in the French elections,” it was no shocker in France. Europeans say they've been dealing with this for years.
Just weeks before French voters head to the polls, the presidential front-runner is fighting for his political life. And the far right's Marine Le Pen is poised to ride a populist wave to power.
Politicians in Brussels are trying to pick up the pieces of the EU after Britain's vote to leave. And the European Commission's president replied to the staunch Brexit campaigner, "Why are you here?"