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The president of Bulgaria this week denounced the American ambassador on Facebook and compared him to a disreputable, 19th-century Russian envoy, as the U.S. Embassy in Sofia scrambled to defuse the diplomatic dispute.
Stepping away from Washington's contentious fiscal debates, President Barack Obama is making a West Coast trip aimed at building support for his deficit-reduction plans and raising money for his re-election campaign.
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When President Barack Obama arrives at Facebook headquarters Wednesday, he will be the first sitting head of state to visit the brick-and-mortar home of the social media powerhouse.
President Obama on Wednesday punctuated his western swing with a town-hall meeting at Facebook headquarters in Silicon Valley and a pair of fundraisers in San Francisco, shoring up his support among young voters and party donors while bashing the Republican budget proposal as "fairly radical."
President Obama sought to connect with younger voters Wednesday with a town hall meeting at the Palo Alto, Calif., headquarters of Facebook, the hugely popular social networking site.
A Hoover executive whose wife and mother are big fans of two ABC soap operas that were canceled last week said he is yanking the vacuum-maker's ads from the network in protest.
When President Barack Obama arrives at Facebook headquarters this week, he will be the first sitting head of state to visit the brick-and-mortar home of the social media powerhouse.