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.
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It's one sign you've made it.
Boots Riley explains why he got snubbed by the Oscars
There's a lot that goes into getting a nomination.
Ivanka Trump gears up for 2020 by following her dad’s opponents on Twitter
Her Twitter account recently followed Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris.
Nonbinary NASA intern speaks out against trans military ban
They're receiving praise from their fellow government employees.
Somehow Kamala Harris will have to run for president without Bill O’Reilly’s endorsement
The Democratic presidential hopeful's staffer doesn't seem too concerned.
Twitter suspends account that spread MAGA teen confrontation
The account had more than 41,000 followers.
#ExposeChristianSchools goes viral after Karen Pence and Covington Catholic School uproars
Some of these stories are truly heartbreaking.
Twitter may have exposed Android users’ private tweets
Twitter isn't sure how many users have been affected.
Pro-Trump Twitter blasts BuzzFeed report claiming Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress
The response was divided along partisan lines.
Ariana Grande’s new single ‘7 Rings’ has Twitter feeling broke
'I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it.'
Mastodon is crumbling—and many blame its creator
It was hailed as a progressive alternative to Twitter. But marginalized, queer users are being alienated by well-off tech bros.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is teaching Congress how to tweet
AOC is going to pass on that millennial know-how.