The First Family have quickly emerged as positive role models for a generation that seemed adrift. They are poised to systematically realign how Americans view themselves and country.
Does natural selection motivate sperm? Turns out it may be good ol' male competition. Nothing gets those fellas going like knowing there are other guys in the mix.
I live in France where we already have a people-izing of government with the President marrying an ex-model just three months after his divorce and li...
Everywhere I look I see tattoos. Plain brown-wrapped bodies seem to be soooo 20th century. 40% of Americans aged 18-40 have at least one permanent tattoo.
Regrets, I've had a few; The "Mission Accomplished" banner was certainly loony. Not every dream came true, I don't wake up with Carla Bruni.
Just like an ideal candidate must fit the nations needs, the ideal White House dog must fit the Obama family's needs.
Although Svennson's initiative is directed at television, it will have a chilling effect on other advertising if it passes Parliament, and it may even affect French and British politics.
In the run-up to the federal election, signs of the republican's self-confidence are, to paraphrase Pete Townsend, 'f-f-f-fading away'. But let me re...
Maybe after being bludgeoned by the Clinton machine, Michelle found Hillary's easy liberalism a little hard to stomach. But now she must be silent.
I'm not going to tell you exactly how many people I've slept with, partly because I don't know, partly because I stopped caring long ago, and partly b...
How can the former model and chanteuse be such good friends with so many exes? The chiseled beauty with a je ne sais quoi shrug points out that time really does heal all wounds and gain us some perspective.
French women are more restrained -- tasteful -- in their fashion, we are told. But, America is a country of commercial beauty -- nipping and tucking and makeover shows with product placements galore.
Sarkozy's track record of antagonism towards journalists, as well as documented public tantrums and insults, are not easily swept under the rug.
When I first read that Sarkozy wanted every French fifth-grader to learn about a child-victim of the Holocaust, I immediately thought, oh no.
Madame Bovary, Cyrano de Bergerac, and Edith Piaf, have embodied the passion and pathos of Love (capital L). Carla, an ex-model and pop singer, does not, and neither does Sarko.
French citizens are griping about media coverage of their president's love life, reports of his third marriage, their leader's "scandalous" in-your-face public behavior and a cost of living galloping.