NOT since the Bismarck has there been such a sea hunt.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn has not been convicted of any crime.
The news of the arrest of IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn, 62, was shocking in its own right: late Saturday afternoon, Port Authority police took Strauss-Kahn from the First Class cabin of an Air France flight at Kennedy Airport about to depart for Paris amid allegations he attempted to rape a midtown Manhattan hotel maid earlier in the day.
INTERNATIONAL “Who Rules the World?” Opens, most auspiciously, the political New Year 1928. Not since the World War has a twelvemonth commenced with all nations so substantially at peace, with all major governments so markedly stable.
THE BLEEDING HEART by Marilyn French Summit; 377 pages; $12.95 The bestseller is the AK-47 of the women's liberation movement.
“Dong Thap’s House of Love Proves Popular Attraction,” screams the headline. This isn’t the front page of a bawdy magazine; it’s an item on a Vietnamese news-agency website.
Chefs of the Future! This is the third of a three-part series examining how restaurants may work in the years to come. Ludo Lefebvre has plenty of admirers
The arrogant superpower demands fealty from the lesser states, and quashes any back talk.
One day in 1871, legend has it, a French artist named Claude Monet walked into a food shop in Amsterdam, where he had gone to escape the Prussian siege of Paris. There he spotted some Japanese prints being used as wrapping paper
Among the army of burger flippers at work across America in the 1960s was a French chef putting his training to use at Howard Johnson’s on Queens Boulevard in New York City.