Sad? Judge Says Trump Cannot Block Twitter Users Without Violating First AmendmentA federal judge says President Donald Trump cannot block his critics on Twitter without violating the First Amendment.
President Trump Welcomes First Lady Home And Spells Her Name Wrong On TwitterThe first lady returned home on Saturday following a Monday procedure, her office confirmed in a statement.
Twitter Recommends All 330 Million Users Change PasswordsTwitter announced Thursday that it had accidentally stored passwords unprotected in its internal system, and encouraged all of its approximately 330 million users to consider changing theirs.
Phrase Slavery Was 'A Choice' Lands Rapper Kanye West In More Hot WaterLast week, West went on a Twitter tear, tweeting about his admiration of President Donald Trump, calling him "my brother" and saying they both have "dragon energy."
Ex-NFL Kicker Jay Feely Says He Held Gun In Prom Picture As A 'Joke'Jay Feely, who played for six NFL teams in his 14-year career, posted the picture on Twitter in which the pro athlete stood between his daughter and her prom date while holding the pistol.
Disgusting Or Delicious? Heinz Wants To Make #Mayochup A Thing, Throwing #FrySauce Boosters Into The Fry FrayHeinz put out a Twitter poll this week saying if they received half a million "yes" votes, they would release the product to "you saucy Americans."
Trump: Everything In The White House Is 'Very Calm And Calculated'This, despite an avalanche of reports that he's reeling over developments related to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Twitter To Live-Stream MLB Games Again This SeasonBeginning Thursday, it will live-stream one out-of-market-game per week throughout the 2018 regular season.
Trump Defends His 'Congratulations' Call To Putin: 'Obama Called Him Also'"So, I think probably we will be seeing president Putin in the not too distant future," Trump said.
Hollywood Slams Director Terry Gilliam For Anti #MeToo CommentsTwitter literally went berserk.
California Leaders On DOJ's Immigration Lawsuit: Some Love It, And Some Hate ItThe reaction to Attorney General Jeff Session's announcement that the Justice Department is suing the state of California for interfering with federal immigration activities was swift and fierce -- on both sides of the immigration debate.
National Restaurant Association Keeps Getting Mistaken For The National Rifle AssociationMany Americans are reportedly confusing the highly criticized NRA with an organization in the restaurant industry.