Chino High Student Arrested For School Shooting Threats, Police SayThe 15-year-old boy posted the threat to Twitter, police said.
President Trump Tweets Schwarzenegger Was Fired From 'The Apprentice' And The Former Governor Has Priceless Reply"Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't leaving voluntarily," Trump tweeted.
Trump Protestors Blackout Twitter AvatarsA new online campaign to protest Donald Trump’s election is growing.
Funny Tweets Win Big On Election NightVoters take to Twitter in droves, using humor to voice their election concerns.
Top Election Night Tweets From Celebrities, Politicians, Experts And MoreAmericans all day and night have been lighting up Twitter as the Presidential Election has been going on. Take a look at some of the top tweets from Election Night.
Twitter Cuts Staff, Shuts Down Vine App Amid Pressure To GrowTwitter has failed to keep pace with rivals Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram and in recent months, rumors abounded that it would be acquired.
Tweet Bragging About Ripping Up Trump Ballots Turns Out To Be PrankThe U.S. Postal Service says they found no evidence of a postal employee ripping up absentee ballots cast for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump after an apparent Twitter joke incited conservatives on the social media site.
Report: Disney Eyeing Potential Bid For TwitterDisney is reportedly considering a potential bid to acquire Twitter.
Twitter To Launch App On Apple TV, Other Devices To Stream Thursday Night FootballXbox One, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV users will soon be able to stream Thursday Night Football games.
DJ Paul Van Dyk Says His Accounts Were HackedDJ Paul van Dyk says his website and Twitter account were hacked and that he did not write racist messages that were posted Thursday on his Twitter feed.
Riverside County GOP Tweets, Deletes 'I'm Ready For Hillary' Hangman ImageThe verified account for the Republican Party of Riverside County tweeted out images of a bloody hangman holding a noose above the words, “I’m Ready for Hillary.”
Father Of Woman Killed In Paris Terror Attacks Sues Social Media SitesThe lawsuit claims Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are letting terrorist groups spread extremist propaganda, raise money and attract recruits.

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