Largely considered to be the largest social network behind Facebook, Twitter’s micro-blogging platform has become a favorite of everyone from top celebrities and sports figures to businessmen and teenagers hoping to become the next viral star. Twitter’s growth has slowed somewhat in recent years, leading the company to make sweeping changes to the network and associated features.

Republican representative tweets racist question to Latina constituent
Steve King couldn't separate his foot from his mouth if he tried.
Jack Dorsey’s own user base blasts him after he asks for advice on Twitter
Does Jack himself even know how to use Twitter?
Tom Hanks jokes surveillance-loving character in ‘The Circle’ is based on Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey
'You know that he's a diabolical genius because he has a beard.'
Ronald Reagan’s son says that women are basically asking to be sexual harassed
You would think someone would know to never say this.
Trump’s political opponents are using his combative Twitter strategy against him
Trump no longer has a monopoly on Twitter fire.
North Korean official: Trump’s ‘aggressive’ tweets will lead to war
Tensions continue to climb as U.S. officials prepare a preemptive strike.
United tweets appear to be vanishing from Twitter
The social media giant has some explaining to do.
Conspiracy theorist accuses beloved Weird Twitter personality of trolling for Russia
She thinks the guy with the fat bird icon works for Russia.
How an army of Twitter bots almost created a political pundit
This is how bots can dominate during presidential debates.
U.S. Customs agency withdraws Twitter summons over ‘alternative agency’ account
This was a losing battle, the U.S. government agency soon realized.
Sean Spicer can spin anything—even famous movie plots
'Alternative facts' go to the movies.
Critics point to old Donald Trump tweet as the ‘real’ reason for Syrian airstrike
A Trump tweet from October 2012 is going viral again.
These Pepsi ad parodies are far superior to the original
Pepsi screwed up big time with their latest commercial. Luckily Twitter was around to pick up the slack.