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Topic - Bastille Day
British rider Chris Froome showed why he remains the overwhelming Tour de France favorite by winning Sunday's grueling 15th stage up to Mont Ventoux to extend his lead over main rival Alberto Contador.
Concert: Paul McCartney; Culture: Bastille Day Street Party; History: Revolutionary War Family Day; Concert: OMD; Theater: Cirque du Soleil's 'Quidam'
"The Dark Knight Rises" composer Hans Zimmer has composed a song dedicated to the Aurora, Colo., shooting victims.
Nine months after he was freed from Hamas captivity in a lopsided prisoner swap, Gilad Schalit is emerging from the shadows — showing up at parties, sporting events and even writing a newspaper column.
Rufus Wainwright's "Prima Donna" took an unusual path to its United States premiere, switching companies and sopranos.
PARIS — With the murmur of a "new cold war" spreading throughout Europe, President Nicolas Sarkozy has emphasized that France intends to develop its nuclear deterrent and improve conventional forces.
His plan to transform France is still a work in progress, but new President Nicolas Sarkozy already has revolutionized the traditionally standoffish relationship between the president and the press in France.