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.

Guy who said he stole drugs from MS-13 now says viral story is fake
He started a GoFundMe so he can go into hiding.
‘Bowling alley strike screen’ memes are bizarre and wonderful
These animations are nostalgic and pure.
Trump revives his ‘dumb as a rock’ insult for Rex Tillerson
Tillerson spoke with a House committee earlier this week.
Trump’s Rose Garden podium sign is the perfect meme canvas
The pre-made sign also raised questions about the 'impromptu' speech.
‘Best of Nextdoor’ reveals the true insanity of modern life
The anonymity of social media, right in your own backyard.
Men are finally sharing their abortion stories
From Cory Booker to Arsenal's Héctor Bellerín, men are talking.
Tomi Lahren says the Alabama abortion ban is ‘too restrictive’
Twitter isn't quick to forget her history, though.
This guy fixed his sink with ramen—so just how healthy can it be?
Who knew instant noodles were so multi-functional?
White House refuses to sign campaign to fight extremism online
The initiative encourages media outlets to apply 'ethical standards' to terrorism coverage.
Twitter bug shared some user’s location data without their consent
Users running multiple accounts on iOS could have unknowingly given up data.
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