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.
Astrology app Co-Star’s bizarre push notifications are now a meme
If these alerts sound like a computer wrote them, you're not wrong.
Which ‘Florida Man’ are you?
These stories are fun, but the men of Florida may be getting a bad rap.
Conservative writer tweets about bombing a university after women are hired
John Podhoretz has, in turn, 'neutron bombed' his own Twitter account.
Devin Nunes is threatening to sue more people who mock him on Twitter
He made the remarks during an interview with Mark Levin.
Daniel Caesar dons cape for whiteness—and gets canceled
The Grammy-winner defends YesJulz, and picks a puzzling hill to die on.
Devin Nunes’ lawsuit with Twitter over parody accounts inspires more parody accounts
This is why you never feed the trolls.
Devin Nunes is suing Twitter over parody accounts of his mom, cow
He claims an account for his cow damaged his image by calling him an 'udder-ly worthless' criminal.
Even Republicans are angry with the GOP’s anti-Beto tweet
The tweet was criticized by people across the political spectrum.
President Trump calls for government agencies to ‘look into’ ‘Saturday Night Live’
'It’s truly incredible that shows like Saturday Night Live, not funny/no talent, can spend all of their time knocking the same person (me).'
#MyMosque hashtag shows packed mosques in the wake of New Zealand attack
'I want to reclaim a sense of peace in my house of worship. Peace the shooters tried to take from us.'
Tech giants’ woeful policing of hate speech magnified by New Zealand shooting
The companies role in the spread of video of the violent attack is being criticized.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Reddit moved fast during the New Zealand shooting. It wasn’t fast enough
The visceral nature of this footage left people appalled at how easy it is to disseminate carnage.