On bail for racist comments made on Twitter, the two men were charged for "malicious communication” on Facebook.
The pop star apparently wasn't a fan of Chief Keef's new single, "I Hate Being Sober."
One hundred-plus days into a hunger strike, and despite being imprisoned longer than the microblogging platform has existed, Shaker Aamer asked his lawyer to tweet for him.
"Be careful at the [gay rights] march," tweeted Joseph Morales Serrano. "It could end like Boston."
After months of high-profile hacks, Twitter has announced new features to keep accounts more secure.
Two men reportedly jumped out of a car and cut off a victim's head with a machete before being shot by police.