France Expands Bombing Campaign Against ISIS into Syria

Brendan O'Connor · 09/27/15 10:00AM

On Sunday, French President Francois Hollande said that six of his country’s jet fighters had targeted and destroyed an Islamic State training camp in eastern Syria, the Associated Press reports. The airstrikes were France’s first in Syria.

John Kerry and President of France Make Up with Public, Erotic Embrace

Aleksander Chan · 01/16/15 11:36AM

The relationship between John Kerry, the Secretary of State of the United States of America, and Francois Hollande, the president of France, has been on the rocks since Kerry stood up Hollande at the Je Suis Charlie rally in Paris last weekend. But in a grandly Richard-Curtisian gesture, Kerry flew to Paris today to make things right. This deeply intimate hug is their touching reunion.

French Move Closer to Same-Sex Marriage

Max Rivlin-Nadler · 02/02/13 03:10PM

France, hotbed of infidelity, has taken one step closer to allowing same-sex couples the privilege of having extra-marital affairs. This morning, the National Assembly, which is the lower house of France's parliament (it is much like our Congress, but different in that it appears they vote on things), voted 249 to 97 in favor of gay marriage.

France Wants To Ban All Homework, French Kids Will Still Smoke Cigarettes and Be Sad Forever

MTanzer · 10/16/12 10:48PM

Every child has wished at one point or another that he or she would walk into school and there would be banners announcing that all homework had been cancelled forever. Of course, God would never answer the prayers of little American boys and girls — but he has heard the cries of French schoolchildren, and their wish is now, almost, a reality.