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French weather journalist Fanny Agostini most likely regrets going on this live report that ended when she was hit by a large wave.
Madonna is bringing up a whole slew of hot topics while promoting her new album 'Rebel Heart,' including her experiences with ageism.
Yes, Kristen Stewart won an award, and yes, the French have their own Oscars.
Due to its graphic nudity and unusual behavior, French children won't be able to watch 'Fifty Shades' until they are 12.
Someone altered a superhero gang bang mural in a French hospital to make it look like a gang rape in protest of recent health laws.
Secretary of State John Kerry brought James Taylor to france to sing a song about friendship.
Artist Lucille Clerc created this image which was posted to a fake Banksy Instagram account. It has been shared by over 100,000 people.
Following the attack on their staff, 'Charlie Hebdo' will print one million copies of their next issue, twenty times their usual circulation.
The Paris office of a satirical newspaper similar to The Onion was attacked Wednesday, with masked gunmen killing at least 12 people.
French people are doing the Bartman, and Batman just got even sadder.
Here's a new comic drawn by 'Calvin And Hobbes' creator Bill Watterson. Why haven't you clicked already?
After France's upset win over tournament favorite Spain Thursday, Team USA's path to FIBA World Cup gold has never looked brighter.
Nicolas Batum was cooking, France was raining three-pointers, and Serbia was losing their game-long stranglehold on the chance to play Team USA for World Cup gold.
We believe there's a chance that Spain really could beat Team USA.
Inventor Colin Furze has created a valveless pulsejet that he will put inside a giant butt so he can point it at France to make it fart.
In celebration of Bastille Day, we take a look at France's greatest contributions to the world of pro wrestling.
Ten things all World Cup viewers should be aware of.
According to some photos on his Instagram, Rob Lowe's morning was a little scarier than most as he and his wife were rescued from a flood.
The French didn't ban work emails after six. The