For the first time in more than 60 years, the republic's top presidential candidates don’t belong to either of the major parties.
Last week's deadly attack before the vote didn't shift the polls.
Sunday’s results are a landmark moment in France’s recent political history.
The high-stakes vote could predict where the rest of Europe is headed.
Polling begins on Sunday for the first round of a bitterly fought presidential election.
It's a tight race that could shape the future of Europe.
While the topic had been almost absent during the campaign, a failed plot in Marseille has once again put it at the center of debate.
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Now it’s François Fillon’s suits! How far can this travesty of “transparency” go? This digging into petty secrets? This slow
"We're cooked," a senior politician in the French candidate's inner circle said.
Voters are hearing praise for Donald Trump and allegations of corruption and a gay affair.