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Twitter hid post from an account linked to Iran’s Supreme Leader
The tweet supported a 30-year-old fatwa.
Ann Coulter’s Twitter bio links to a vulgar parody account
The account insults celebrities and references exorcisms.
FCC looks to tackle robocalls and spoofed texts
Foreign spoofers targeting the U.S. could soon face fines or other penalties.
Trump does Chinese accent, declares national emergency, bewilders the internet
Trump touched on a wide range of seemingly unrelated topics before the announcement.
Trans YouTube streamer shot in leg by security guard (updated)
She uploaded the incident to her channel in two separate videos.
Facebook faces pressure from Congress to reduce anti-vaccination exposure
The company responded after getting a letter from a member of Congress.
Conservatives split on Trump’s national emergency to fund border wall
The controversial decision to call a national emergency will likely be met with swift legal challenges and already has raised criticism on both sides of the political aisle.
NRA, Republicans team up to bash gun reform on Parkland anniversary
They're attacking the Bipartisan Background Checks Act.
New Yorkers rejoice over Amazon pulling out of HQ2 deal
Politicians were also happy.
Polarizing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez cartoon blows up Twitter
Ben Garrison puts AOC back behind the bar.
Turns out Discord is saving users’ deleted images
Unknown images may be saved to your cache.
Trump seems a little upset the FBI thought about removing him from office
Former FBI acting director Andrew McCabe confirms they thought about invoking the 25th Amendment.
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