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Finding the best croissant in Parisupdated: Wed Jun 27 2012 09:41:00

I'm not an early riser. I have a rule against stepping outside my Paris apartment without first indulging in my café au lait.

People.com: George Clooney Steps Out for a Stroll in Parisupdated: Wed Jul 27 2011 12:48:00

• Staying under the radar, a newly single George Clooney joined a friend for a walk through Paris on Tuesday. The actor, hardly recognizable in sunglasses, a blue T-shirt and jeans, enjoyed a quiet stroll around the backstreets of the city's trendy St. Germain neighborhood.

Paris Air Show set for take-offupdated: Mon Jun 13 2011 06:11:00

If the smell of jet fuel or the mere sight of a vapor trail is enough to get your pulse racing, then chances are you don't need to be told that the biggest event in the airline industry is about to take place.

Calendar of the court: The six seasons of the tennis yearupdated: Mon Feb 21 2011 12:40:00

To reach the very top, the world's elite tennis players have to show their versatility by winning at venues around the world, in differing climates and on a variety of different surfaces.

People.com: Off-Duty Hollywood: Demi Moore & Salma Hayek Take Paris by Stormupdated: Fri Feb 11 2011 12:56:00

Plus: Tom Cruise totes a sleepy Suri and more star sightings

Secret hotels of Parisupdated: Wed Feb 02 2011 08:28:00

In a city known more for romance than thrift, there are still hotels that combine the best of both. Here are six blessedly under-the-radar options -- spread across some of the city's most charming arrondissements -- all for well under $200 a night.

People.com: Paris & Nicky Hilton Double Dateupdated: Tue Oct 19 2010 10:31:00

• Paris and Nicky Hilton hit the town Friday night for a double date with boyfriends Cy Waits and David Katzenberg. The foursome dined at Hollywood's Cleo at the Redbury, sharing Mediterranean specialties like Htipiti and baba ganoush dips with flatbreads. Though Paris's paparazzi-shy boyfriend slipped in and out the side entrance, the camera-ready heiresses arrived at the restaurant's front door.

People.com: Inside Justin Timberlake's Whirlwind Paris Tripupdated: Wed Oct 06 2010 11:53:00

• He's making his time in Paris count! Before premiering The Social Network, Justin Timberlake popped into his favorite steak restaurant, Le Relais de L'Entrecote, for a meal. Then he slid into the front row at the Givenchy fashion show as part of Paris Fashion Week alongside Liv Tyler. Next up? A private dinner for his movie's cast at Restaurant Costes - all within a five-hour span!

Paris teens charged in bare-breasted robberiesupdated: Wed Aug 18 2010 16:54:00

French police believe they've gotten to the bottom of a series of robberies in which teenage girls exposed their breasts to distract men withdrawing money from Paris cash machines.

People.com: Justin & Jessica's Secret Parisian Rendezvousupdated: Wed Jun 16 2010 11:08:00

• It certainly is the City of Love! Following in the footsteps of Renée and Bradley and Kate and Matthew, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel met in Paris on Monday for dinner with friends at Le Restaurant Ralph's inside Ralph Lauren's St. Germain store. Timberlake, who quietly flew into Paris earlier that day, arrived first, joined by Biel 15 minutes later. The couple dined on salads and cheeseburgers and drank red Bordeaux before leaving together around 1 a.m. The next morning, they resurfaced at Chanel's flagship store on Rue Cambon.

People.com: Tom Brady's Rooftop Yoga Session - in Paris!updated: Fri Apr 09 2010 13:14:00

• With wife Gisele Bündchen busy promoting her line of Ipanema flip-flops in Paris, hubby Tom Brady focused on his personal fitness. The football star was spotted stretching and doing yoga with a trainer next to the rooftop pool at the Hotel Le Bristol. Says an admirer, "He's very blonde and beautiful in person."

People.com: Emily Blunt Goes Sightseeing in Parisupdated: Wed Feb 03 2010 10:16:00

• She may be in Paris to promote her upcoming horror flick The Wolfman, but Emily Blunt took a day off to explore the City of Light. The actress and three friends strolled along the Left Bank of the Seine river, stopping into the famous Shakespeare and Company bookstore before continuing on to the Musée de la Mode and its library and gift shop. Later that night, the actress joined her costar Benicio Del Toro for dinner at the Hotel Costes, where they ran into Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor, who were in town to premiere their latest, I Love You Phillip Morris.

People.com: Julia Roberts Surprises Fans While Shopping in Parisupdated: Wed Jan 20 2010 11:53:00

• Awards season is in full swing, but recent Golden Globes presenter Julia Roberts just escaped Los Angeles for a visit to Paris with hubby Danny Moder. The two arrived in the City of Light via private plane, and were spotted strolling around the city and lunching at Café de Flore in the St. Germain district before crossing the river for some shopping at the Palais Royale. Though she sported sunglasses, fans started recognizing the actress as she popped into some boutiques - and one even shouted "Pretty Woman is here," while calling her friend on the phone.

People.com: Britney and Her Boys Go to McDonald's - in Parisupdated: Fri Jul 10 2009 05:47:00

• Britney Spears, taking sons Sean Preston, 3½, and Jayden James, 2[12] on a McDonald's run in the Grand Boulevards neighborhood of Paris. When they tried to order Big Macs, the counter crew told the pop star - who's on the European leg of her Circus tour - that it was too early for burgers since they were still serving the breakfast menu. Instead, they headed off to a nearby Pizza Hut.

People.com: Katy Perry's Clothes Call in Parisupdated: Wed Jun 17 2009 11:31:00

• Katy Perry, strolling the aisles of Paris's oldest department store, Le Bon Marché. Enjoying a day off from her "Hello, Katy" tour, she checked out the store's wares before heading to dinner at the Avenue Montaigne's Maison Blanche restaurant.

Flight 447 mystery likely to cast shadow over Paris Air Showupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 09:36:00

The world's premier air show takes place in Paris next week, with the recent loss of Air France flight 447 over the Atlantic Ocean likely to cast a shadow over the event.

Air France updateupdated: Fri Jun 12 2009 09:36:00

More bodies are found from the crashed Air France plane as the search for flight recorders begin. CNN's Karl Penhaul reports.

People.com: The Obamas' Whirlwind Paris Weekendupdated: Mon Jun 08 2009 12:27:00

From visits to the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre to a cruise down the Seine, the First Family explores the City of Light

People.com: Obamas Head to Paris for Family Vacationupdated: Fri Jun 05 2009 16:07:00

The first family will be there for a few days, including D-Day and Sasha's 8th birthday

Paris gunman makes off with millions in jewelsupdated: Sat May 30 2009 22:46:00

Life imitated art in Paris on Saturday.

People.com: Fergie Sneaks Away from the Peas to Shop in Parisupdated: Fri May 29 2009 15:06:00

• In Paris with her Black Eyed Peas bandmates, Fergie found time to sneak away from promoting her new album, The E.N.D., for some solo shopping! The singer ventured to the Palais Royale, and was nearly unrecognized in her dark glasses and black top. Fergie then hit the racks at Rick Owens, selecting two pieces before trekking back to her hotel on foot.

Paris: What to seeupdated: Fri May 08 2009 03:56:00

Paris is a city made for strolling. When you arrive, follow the route from the Hotel de Ville to the Arc du Triomphe, through the Louvre, the Tuileries and up the Champs Elysees to gain an idea of how the city links together. If you've got lots of energy, keep going from the Arc du Triomphe to La Defense and the leafy neighborhoods of Neuilly-sur-Seine.

City bike-sharing picks up speedupdated: Sun Apr 26 2009 22:49:00

Despite its various setbacks, public bike-sharing is slowly but surely paving the way to a greener urban environment, one city at a time.

Spain turns to pedal powerupdated: Sun Apr 26 2009 22:49:00

Barcelona's latest "public" transportation: government bike rentals, but only for residents.. CNN's Al Goodman reports

People.com: Couples Watch: Avril & Deryck, Paris & Dougupdated: Mon Apr 20 2009 06:38:00

• Avril Lavigne and hubby Deryck Whibley supported pal Britney Spears at her L.A. show at the Staples Center. Seated 20 rows back, the two rocked out for the night with some friends who accompanied them. "They were enjoying the show," says an onlooker. "They looked really cute together." The twosome slipped out right before the encore and headed in the backstage direction.

People.com: New Star Trek Cast Beams into Parisupdated: Wed Apr 15 2009 16:23:00

The sexy actors help keep the City of Lights lit by clubbing to all hours

Eat like a local in Parisupdated: Tue Apr 14 2009 10:43:00

It's easy enough to find your average bistro in Paris. The challenge is discovering those off-the-radar spots that locals keep to themselves. Budget Travel leads us to seven restaurants that are destinations in their own right.

Money Magazine: European vacations on saleupdated: Mon Apr 13 2009 15:54:00

When the dollar sank to a record low against the euro last July, many Americans decided that a trip to Europe would have to wait for another time. That time may have arrived.

24 hours in Paris: Save time for a smooch in the city of romanceupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 04:33:00

Truly appreciating the beauty of Paris is a pleasure that can't be hurried.

SI.com: Austin Murphy: The $64,000 question: Will Courtney Paris' big bet pay off?updated: Fri Mar 13 2009 09:35:00

Bill Veeck had nothing on Courtney Paris. The man who sent a midget to the plate and signed off on Disco Demolition night in Chicago would stand up and cheer -- were he not deceased -- the promotional instincts of Oklahoma's wide-bodied, 6-foot-4 Superwoman.

Paris: A seasonal guideupdated: Thu Feb 12 2009 03:44:00

No matter when you go, Paris has that certain 'je ne sais quoi' that makes it special. But time your visit right and you could find yourself taking part in one of the city's signature events.

Paris airports to shut as high winds move inupdated: Mon Feb 09 2009 13:58:00

All airports in the Paris area will be closed to air traffic Monday evening through Tuesday morning due to concerns about the weather, French civil aviation authorities announced.

Ambitious architects reach for the skyupdated: Fri Jan 09 2009 11:22:00

There is to be a revolution in Paris -- plans for a 50-story building have been given the green light, which will make it the first skyscraper to be built in the city for 30 years.

Paris: City overviewupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 09:06:00

Just like those petite waifs that glide effortlessly down the Rue de Rivoli, seen at first-hand the beauty of Paris can be breathtaking.

Paris: Where to eatupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:34:00

Gourmets may sigh with delight at the thought of dining in Paris, but many visitors wonder what the fuss is all about.

Paris: where to shopupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:34:00

Sephora is much more than just a make-up shop: It's a shrine to the healing powers of beauty products, complete with friendly assistants who can't wait to work their magic on you.

The blagueur bloggerupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:21:00

Meg, 33, has lived in Paris for about three and a half years, where she works as a health policy researcher. Originally from Kansas in America's Midwest, she moved to the city for love. While her relationship didn't last, her affair with Paris did. Her blog, Le Blagueur à Paris, covers the city's culture and food. She also writes for travel blog Gridskipper.

Paris: Where to be seenupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:17:00

When the day is done, the vibrant Marais boasts more than its fair share of drinking, dining and people-watching opportunities. Kick-start the evening with an aperitif or two at one of the tiny bars along Rue Vieille du Temple, such as the '50s-inspired Pick-clops, La Belle Hortense or Le Petit Fer a Cheval. Measure your coolness quotient at the Moroccan-inspired Andy Wahloo (Rue des Gravilliers) or jostle for space at La Perle (Rue de la Perle).

Dynamite scare prompts Paris security reviewupdated: Wed Dec 17 2008 10:44:00

France's interior minister called Wednesday for new security measures in the wake of an explosives discovery at a major Paris department store.

Robbers in drag steal $100M in jewel heistupdated: Fri Dec 05 2008 14:30:00

Four armed robbers -- two of them men disguised as women -- walked into a luxury jewelry store in Paris and swiped an estimated €80 million (U.S. $101 million) in jewels, the Paris prosecutor's office said.

Massive jewel heistupdated: Fri Dec 05 2008 14:30:00

Jewel thieves pull off one of the largest heists in Paris' history. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.

The secrets to happy house swappingupdated: Mon Dec 01 2008 13:20:00

I live in New York. But I also have flats in San Francisco and Los Angeles, and I keep a condo in Miami, a chateau in Switzerland and a pied-a-terre in every Paris arrondissement. You see, I'm a house swapper.

Beijing's change preceded by Paris, New Yorkupdated: Sun Nov 09 2008 18:33:00

It took a central power and a "world" event to trigger the transformation of a medieval city into a modern one. During a two-decade period, wide avenues took shape in the capital's historic core, obliterating winding alleys and entire neighborhoods, displacing an estimated 350,000 residents and pushing the working class out of the city center.

Looking up in November?updated: Mon Nov 03 2008 06:36:00

CNN's Eunice Yoon takes a look at the start of a new trading month for the Asian markets.

Ambitious architects reach for the skyupdated: Tue Oct 14 2008 04:29:00

There is to be a revolution in Paris -- plans for a 50-storey building have been given the green light, which will make it the first skyscraper to be built in the city for 30 years.

Time.com: Electric Cars at the Paris Auto Showupdated: Mon Oct 06 2008 13:00:00

Everybody's working on plug-in cars, but their success depends on gas prices and cleaner power plants

Time.com: Guns, Dirty Money and French Elite on Trialupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 17:00:00

Piece by piece, judicial investigators have spent seven years assembling a searing accusation that penetrates the shadows of a dirty global trade in France

People.com: Paul McCartney Takes Girlfriend to His Daughter's Paris Show updated: Thu Oct 02 2008 13:40:00

The ex-Beatle, beaming with Nancy Shevell at Stella's event, tells PEOPLE he's "in a good place"

Time.com: Life's a Beach in the 4th Arrondissement updated: Tue Aug 05 2008 16:00:00

Paris Plage turns two miles of the Seine into a white sand beach every year, but not all Parisians are celebrating

5 bed and breakfasts: A warm welcome in Parisupdated: Thu Jul 24 2008 11:19:00

Faced with too many visitors, the city of Paris asked its citizens to open their homes as B&Bs. It doesn't get more authentique than that.

People.com: Owen Takes a Garden, Art Walk Through Rainy Parisupdated: Thu Jul 03 2008 07:55:00

• A little rain won't stop the sightseeing! An umbrella-toting Owen Wilson, strolling through Paris' Jardin des Tuileries in a straw hat, white suit and sky blue shirt. The actor escaped the wet weather after a bit, slipping into the gardens' Jeu de Paume art gallery where he perused the Richard Avedon photography exhibition. The actor then took off in – no, not a private car! – the city's Metro.

Paris: Insider Tipsupdated: Thu Jun 19 2008 04:55:00

In a city famous for being the birthplace of the avant-garde, it can be hard to keep up with the latest trends. Here's a rough guide to what's hot right now in the French capital.

Cozy Paris neighborhood a window on local lifeupdated: Fri Jun 13 2008 17:02:00

As I dodge Parisians walking their poodles and pushing baby strollers in a vibrant market street, I'm reminded that one of the reasons Paris is endlessly entertaining is because of its neighborhoods. On streets such as rue des Martyrs, real people make cozy communities in the midst of this vast, high-powered city. You find a warm and human vibrancy you miss when just hopping from big museum to museum.

SI.com: Justin Gimelstob: Ginepri the last American in Parisupdated: Wed Jun 11 2008 14:00:00

PARIS -- "Last American in Paris" could be the title of a summer blockbuster movie. The star? Robby Ginepri, the sole American survivor in both the men's and women's singles events at the 2008 French Open. Ginepri would have been an unlikely candidate for this particular casting after entering this year's French Open with a career 0-5 mark at Roland Garros.

People.com: Mischa Barton Explains Her Paris Moveupdated: Thu May 15 2008 15:36:00

Au revoir, O.C.! Barton chats to PEOPLE about her new life in France

American plane flies trans-Atlantic trip with missing panelupdated: Thu May 08 2008 16:16:00

An American Airlines plane flew from Dallas, Texas, to Paris, France, even though a "large panel" fell off the underside as the flight took off, the airline said in a memo to pilots.

Time.com: Eastwood Film Tops Cannes Line-Upupdated: Wed Apr 23 2008 10:15:00

Organizers of the Cannes Film Festival say Clint Eastwood's Changeling and Wim Wenders' Palermo Shooting will lead this year's streamlined competition

Time.com: Paris Under the Nazis: Happy Days?updated: Tue Apr 22 2008 14:00:00

A Parisian exhibit of photos from the Nazi occupation draws heated debate. Is it art or propaganda?

China reacts to Paris protestupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 10:52:00

CNN's Eunice Yoon reports on China's reaction to pro-Tibet protests in Paris that disrupted the Olympic torch relay.

Olympic protesters on bridgeupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 08:03:00

Activists protesting the Olympic Games in China climb the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. (No audio)

Olympic torch hit by protests during Paris legupdated: Mon Apr 07 2008 23:31:00

The last part of the Olympic torch relay in Paris was canceled Monday after a day of chaos in which anti-China protesters forced authorities to extinguish the flame at least five times, take to a bus and skip some scheduled stops, including city hall.

Time.com: Olympic Torch Put Out Twice in Parisupdated: Mon Apr 07 2008 06:00:00

Security officials extinguished the Olympic torch for a second time amid heavy protests during the torch relay

Digital firms playing a new tune in music salesupdated: Tue Mar 04 2008 00:47:00

You might have 40,000 songs on your MP3 player, but in one sense they're all rather boring: They sound the same every time you play them.

Time.com: The Photo-Op Raids of Parisupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 11:00:00

A massive operation against suspected leaders of last year's riots is itself criticized as being suspicously opportunisitic. But for whose benefit?

Sarkozy to announce rejuvenation plan for Paris suburbsupdated: Thu Feb 07 2008 12:57:00

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is expected to announce a $1.46 billion (€1 billion) plan on Friday designed to revitalize suburbs of Paris plagued by low-income and high-unemployment.

Bomb explodes in Parisupdated: Fri Dec 07 2007 09:03:00

CNN's Jim Bitterman reports on a fatal blast at an office in Paris.

One killed in Paris explosionupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 13:37:00

French officials are trying to determine who sent a parcel bomb that exploded Thursday in a Paris law office, killing a female assistant who opened the package.

Time.com: The Mystery of the Paris Bombupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 13:35:00

What little is known about the blast that claimed the life of a secretary seems to rule out the kinds of suspects that first come to mind

Time.com: Parcel Bomb Kills 1 in Parisupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 08:00:00

A parcel bomb exploded at a lawyer's office in central Paris on Thursday, killing one person and seriously injuring another

Paris calm as riot police deployedupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 10:14:00

French suburbs stayed relatively calm Wednesday night after 1,000 riot police were deployed to quell disturbances that began when two teenagers died in a collision with a police car, French officials said.

Rioting hits Paris suburbsupdated: Thu Nov 29 2007 10:14:00

As rioting continues, officials are dealing with the problem differently than in 2005. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.

Paris suburb hit by more riotsupdated: Wed Nov 28 2007 08:07:00

CNN's Monita Rajpal talks to a French journalist about the resurgence of riots in Paris' northern suburbs.

French suburbs rocked by more riotsupdated: Tue Nov 27 2007 10:10:00

The Paris suburbs were again rocked by riots after a second night of lawlessness Monday caused widespread destruction and left scores of police injured, according to French authorities and media reports.

Riots rock Paris suburb for second nightupdated: Tue Nov 27 2007 03:53:00

Club-wielding police fought stone-throwing rioters in the northern suburbs of Paris for a second night Monday, with at least five officers suffering injuries during the clashes, authorities said.

Time.com: French Youths Clash With Policeupdated: Mon Nov 26 2007 12:40:00

Youths assaulted a police station, torched cars and vandalized stores in a weekend rampage that injured 21 police officers in this rundown Paris suburb

Time.com: French Unions Halt Transport Strikes updated: Fri Nov 23 2007 07:00:00

Moving around France just got a whole lot easier. But amid relief over union decisions to suspend the nine-day transport strike is whether the return to normal will last

French strike widensupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 18:10:00

The scope of the transport strike widens, but is finding less support among the French. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.

Civil servants join French strikeupdated: Tue Nov 20 2007 18:10:00

A 24-hour walkout by French civil servants has coincided with the seventh straight day of crippling strikes by transit workers, putting further pressure on the French government to negotiate an end to the weeklong walkout.

People.com: Kanye West Breaks Down at Paris Concertupdated: Mon Nov 19 2007 13:44:00

Only a week after his mother's death, Kanye West returned to the concert stage Saturday night in Paris, only to dramatically break down in tears, audience members tell PEOPLE.

Talks offer over French strikesupdated: Thu Nov 15 2007 09:07:00

More trains were running and there were fewer traffic jams Thursday after the French government proposed negotiating with transport unions striking over pension reforms.

Fortune: The fast trackupdated: Mon Nov 12 2007 15:19:00

The sensation of speed is as muted as the Christian Lacroix interiors of the first-class carriages. Passengers stroll the corridors without lurching from side to side. Drinks at the bar are neither shaken nor stirred by the train's acceleration. Only the green rush of the Champagne countryside whooshing by at 200 mph vouches for the velocity of France's newest and fastest TGV, as it hurtles along the track from Paris to Strasbourg.

Strike, jams continue in Parisupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 11:38:00

Commuters in Paris have braved severe traffic jams as transport workers in the city continued a second day of strikes against planned pension reforms by President Nicolas Sarkozy.

French strikes threaten rugby fansupdated: Wed Oct 17 2007 11:28:00

Widespread strikes are expected to cripple France's transport network just as rugby fans make their way to Paris for this weekend's World Cup final.

Sophisticated taste: Paris museum restaurantsupdated: Thu Sep 27 2007 11:51:00

Art is on the plate at five top spots where the views are as fine as the food, and you can keep the security guards up late.

People.com: Katie Holmes and Suri's Day Trip to Parisupdated: Sun Aug 26 2007 12:53:00

In years to come, Suri Cruise's first-ever Paris visit will be remembered as an introductory mix of rainy weather shopping, snacks, Mom's ruined pair of heels and a "strategic" museum nap.

Time.com: Paris Not for Loversupdated: Fri Aug 10 2007 12:00:00

Julie Delpy's 2 Days in Paris paints a darker picture of the City of Light

Time.com: The Jewels of Parisupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 12:35:00

The haute couture is no longer just about handmade clothing that costs upwards of $20,000 a piece. Nowadays, with the $217 billion luxury market growing at 10% a year and millionaires being minted every minute in emerging markets like China and Russia, Paris's Place Vendome has become a veritable shopping mall for the big spenders who are in town for the shows this week. Fine jewelers like Van Cleef & Arpels, Chanel, and Boucheron are seizing the high luxury moment, showing collections of unique often over-the-top pieces.The venerable French jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels opened their doors Wednesday to present their newest fine jewelry collection, Atlantide. Many of the pieces were just models since most of the collection is still in production up in the ateliers. If all goes according to plan, the Atlantide collection will travel from Paris to Hong Kong in the fall and land in New York City just in time for the holidays. Based on the mythic stories of Neptune and his queen, Cleita, the Van C

People.com: Tony Parker's 4th of July Surprise for Eva Longoriaupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 08:04:00

With friends and family arriving in Paris for their wedding on Saturday, Tony Parker swept Eva Longoria off for a surprise Fourth of July visit to one of the world's most romantic sites.

People.com: Paris Roundup: Hilton Looks Forward to 'A Good Meal'updated: Mon Jun 25 2007 15:12:00

Paris Hilton got a visit from actress Ashley Scott (TV's Jericho) on Sunday night - her final visit before she leaves jail Tuesday.

People.com: Paris Roundup: Parents Say Hilton's 'Settling In'updated: Tue Jun 19 2007 20:12:00

Tough as it may be, Paris Hilton has gotten into the routine of being in jail, say her parents.

People.com: Paris Roundup: Fergie Offers Hilton Her Supportupdated: Tue Jun 19 2007 09:33:00

Add another famous name to the list of people offering good will to Paris Hilton and her family: The Duchess of York.

People.com: Paris Hilton Roundup: Hilton Makes a Father's Day Card in Jailupdated: Tue Jun 19 2007 08:33:00

Paris Hilton made a special gift for her visiting dad Sunday - a Father's Day card.

Six hostages held in Paris siegeupdated: Tue Jun 19 2007 06:07:00

French police Tuesday surrounded a bank in a Paris suburb where two gunmen are believed to be holding six people hostage, police said.

People.com: Jail Visit to Paris Left Nicky Hilton in Hystericsupdated: Sat Jun 16 2007 18:22:00

Kathy Hilton and daughter Nicky are still reeling from their visits to Paris in jail, they tell PEOPLE.

People.com: Nicky Hilton Says Jail for Paris Is 'Absurd'updated: Sat Jun 02 2007 08:22:00

With the June 5 deadline for Paris Hilton to turn herself in to jail looming, her younger sister Nicky is speaking out.

French Open: CNN story logupdated: Thu May 31 2007 09:04:00

The following is a log of news stories from the 2007 French Open at Roland Garros:

SI.com: Jon Wertheim: Using the rankings to schedule Slams doesn't workupdated: Tue May 29 2007 01:38:00

A stateside Baguette as we wait out the rain in Paris...

Best boulangeries in Parisupdated: Fri Apr 20 2007 11:05:00

When it comes to iconic baguettes, flaky croissants and melt-in-your-mouth pains au chocolat, the French capital delivers.

SI.com: Closer Look: OU-SE Missouri St.updated: Sat Mar 17 2007 16:30:00

AUSTIN, Texas -- Oklahoma center Courtney Paris came awfully close to seeing her long-running streak of double-doubles come to an end. She didn't notice. Paris was more worried about watching her season come to a close. With their super sophomore having a rough time in the paint, though, the Sooners found another way to hold off a gutsy Southeast Missouri State team for a 74-60 win in the opening round of the NCAA tournament at the Erwin Center.

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