France's President François Hollande embarked on a key visit of the U.S. this Monday following weeks of media speculation into his recently troubled personal...
Newly single Hollande will visit the White House on his own
Bradley Cooper and Mindy Kaling among guests at dinner hosting President François Hollande
The blue and black gown took all eyes off the guest of honor, French President Francois Hollande, who arrived stag, and on the First Lady.
In an exclusive interview with TIME, the French President skirted issues surrounding his personal life but talked tough on Syria and his vision of France's place...
Hollande may use visit to rebuild ties with Catholic community
17,000 people took part in demonstrations against beleaguered French president
(VATICAN CITY) — French President Francois Hollande met Friday with Pope Francis amid tensions in his private life over a gossip magazine's report about an...
Later announces split from First Lady
'It’s not because I’m no longer the first lady that life has to stop," Trierweiler said
French president claims attack on privacy, but does not deny allegations he had affair with actress
Valerie Trierweiler "accepts the situation as a fait accompli"
The French President's affair with an actress has kicked up a familiar scandal in France at a time when the country's politics—and its leader—are at a low ebb
French President Francois Hollande told journalists at a press conference today that “private matters should be treated in private" as he answered questions for...
France's First Lady Valerie Trierweiler was hospitalized Jan. 9 after a gossip magazine accused the French President of cheating
The French President's dire approval ratings see a slight uptick after allegations of an affair
Needed to "rest and undergo some tests" after reports Hollande's alleged affair
A French magazine's exposé into the French President's love-life marks a departure from the country's previous nonchalance over the peccadilloes of its premiers...
According to a new poll, only 26 percent of respondents approve of him
French President Francois Hollande must learn taxes alone can’t solve the problems of Europe's second-largest economy