Francois Hollande Ends Seven-Year Relationship with ‘First Lady’

Francois Hollande Ends Seven-Year Relationship with ‘First Lady’

By Jasmine Allen January 27, 2014

French president Francois Hollande has split with long-time girlfriend, Valerie Trierweiler, an anonymous source confirms. The news first broke during an interview with news agency, Agence France Presse, in which Hollande, 59, admits that he and Trierweiler, 48, were no longer a …

Compete: Meetup.com Helps Ron Paul Campaign


The rabid fan base of supporters for Paul’s Presidential nomination run have made use of the Internet, particularly Meetup, to aid the candidate.

Yahoo Buzzes With Presidential Politics

A political dashboard from Yahoo shows who’s being favored in the major Presidential polls along with various trends and analysis of the candidates.

Compete: Republican Candidates Run For Visitors
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When it comes to who’s paying attention to perceived frontrunners Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, and Mitt Romney among the Republican candidates, the trio receives virtually equal visits to their websites. You’ll never guess who trumps them, and a fourth candidate, easily.

YouTube Debates Feature Republicans Tonight

After Democratic candidates answered questions submitted through YouTube in July, their Republican counterparts agreed to participate in the same format.

Digg Unearths Presidential Candidate Tracking

Users of Digg can keep an eye on how candidates (or presumably their campaigns) interact with stories appearing on the social media site.

Fox Pushed To Free Presidential Debate Videos

Followers of politics won’t see Michelle Malkin and DailyKos on the same page very often, but the cease and desist letters Fox News issued to Republican Presidential candidates regarding the use of debate videos have put them on the same side again.

MySpace, MTV Ready For Presidential Dialogues

MySpace and MTV have announced details of their first Presidential Candidate Dialogue, which will feature former Senator John Edwards.

Presidential Candidate Thompson Draws Traffic


Newly declared Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson had more visitors to his Web site than any of the other candidates according to Hitwise for the week ending September 8, 2007.

Google Bomber Faces Presidential Pole

In the States, we can – and do – call the President whatever we want. And though a physical bomb threat against him will earn you a visit by some gentlemen you’d rather not tangle with, Google bombs targeting him as a "miserable failure" would be just another freedom of speech. In Poland, though, Google bombing the President can get you into trouble.

Mitt Romney – Jumpcut Candidate Remix

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has teamed with Yahoo on an ad-creation contest for his campaign.

Online Presidential Performance Index Launched
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Spartan Internet Consulting Corporation said it is releasing an Internet political performance index for the 2008 Presidential election.

MySpace, MTV To Host Presidential Dialogues
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MySpace and MTV are following in the footsteps of CNN and YouTube with their own partnership into presidential politics.

Yahoo, Slate To Host Online Presidential Debate

If you are a political junkie than you may be glad to know that Yahoo, Slate and the Huffington Post are partnering to hold an online presidential debate on September 12.

Analytics: Google Adds PDF, Compete Preps Service

Google’s established Analytics service becomes more report-friendly with a recent tweak, while Compete readies its Search Analytics product to complement its Site Analytics offering.

DigitalJournal Gets Presidential

DigitalJournal.com has added a new section for presidential candidates to discuss and debate issues with the public and citizen journalists.

Search Isn’t Finding Candidate Stands On Issues

Though it is estimated 42 percent of voters use the Internet to find information about Presidential candidates, those voters are not being served as well as they could be.