What changes in France can you hope for in 2020? The start of the New Year may bring some important changes to our French laws and pocketbooks.
An American student in Paris attends a European Election night soirée to better understand what young people like her are thinking about as they cast their ballot.
There is no overnight panacea to resolve the economic malaise à la française but "change" is the mantra for 2019. Here are some new laws that could affect your pocketbooks and French lifestyle in this new year.
Award-winning photographer Alexis Duclos produces a photographic essay featuring 46 biracial personalities living and working in France today.
Born and bred in Chicago, USA, Genie Godula is one of the rare American journalists reporting for French media. Today, she's the familiar face on France 24 TV presenting the daytime newscasts.
A new year often signals new laws which impact our daily lives and our pocketbooks. As of January 1, 2018, here are some measures — from medical to tax reforms — that could affect expatriates living and working in France.
This moment of gratitude is the ideal time to be inspired by the true meaning of Thanksgiving and consider how we can work together for a better future.
A globe-trotting writer and mother describes how she became involved in the cause of helping refugees, documenting their experiences to give them a voice.
On the 20th anniversary of her shocking accident, a look back at the life and death of Princess Diana and the legacy she left behind.
The image of French First Ladies has transformed through the decades. One university student expresses her hope for a new role reflecting the modern French woman.