An unhealthy penchant for privacy is not unique to US presidential candidates.
The family of James Foley, the American journalist beheaded by members of ISIS say hearing stories of their son's last days of his life was like being a rainbow after a rain storm.
The Nobel Committee awarded its prize for literature to French novelist Patrick Modiano, a man who's been called a modern-day Proust. Yet his work is relatively unknown in the English-speaking world despite his success in France.
Many in France are bemused by the sudden rise to fame in the US of French economist Thomas Piketty. Piketty's analysis that rising income inequality is bad for the global economy just doesn't seem so astonishingly new to the French.
French elections this past weekend have shaken up the political system. A prime minister resigned, a woman-immigrant was elected mayor of Paris for the first time, and a far-right fringe party may be gaining some serious traction among voters.
Hours before French President François Hollande announced his separation from First Lady, he sat down for an interview with Time Magazine's Vivienne Walt.
Poor Ukraine is caught between two lovers as its president searches for a happy end to this love triangle. Amazon's cute little PrimeAir drone, delivering packages like a stork delivers babies, has about the same level of reality. And we explore the many faces of yoga, in today's edition of the Global Scan.
Edward Snowden's saga has sparked debate in Europe about how governments there are keeping tabs on their own citizens, as Time correspondent Vivienne Walt in Paris explains to anchor Marco Werman.
IMF Chief Christine Lagarde is regarded as a female icon of success and self-confidence in France.
Vivienne Walt, who writes for Time Magazine in Paris, says even though French public opinion is strongly in favor of gay marriage, there have been massive demonstrations against it over the past few months in the French capital.
The January hostage siege at Algeria's In Amenas gas field has only deepened Algerians fear of militant Islamist, says Time magazine's Vivienne Walt.