Mary barely speaks in the New Testament, but her image and legacy are found and celebrated around the world.
Maureen Orth explores how a once frumpy physicist has led her reluctant country to new prominence on the global stage.
CURRENT AFFAIRS Wooden motorboats are used for transport on the Nuquí river in Colombia. Photo Credit Ben Hoffmann The staggering beauty and abundant resources of Colombia’s Chocó region have…
Just months after his May 2007 election, French president Nicolas Sarkozy faced growing criticism over his stalled reforms, flashy style, and stormy divorce. The last straw should have been his whirlwind remarriage, to an Italian heiress, ex-model, and singer who had past liaisons with Mick Jagger and Eric Clapton, among others, and nude photos all over the Internet. But the lady in question, Carla Bruni, is proving an unexpected asset. At the Élysée Palace, Maureen Orth encounters a pair of romantic predators who appear to have met their matches.