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Pompeo Keeps NPR Reporter Feud Going With Pointed Bible Quote
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo kept a feud with an NPR reporter alive on Sunday, taking to his personal Twitter account to post a Bible quote about lying and slander.
Bernie Sanders Fans Slam Hillary Clinton After She Says ‘Nobody Likes Him’
Supporters of Bernie Sanders took to Twitter Tuesday slamming Hillary Clinton for saying that nobody liked him.
#NeverWarren Was Trending on Twitter. Thank Her Supporters
An online feud between two of the top Democratic presidential candidates took an odd turn Wednesday morning when defenders of Senator Elizabeth Warren helped promote a hashtag ostensibly attacking
Iran Admits Downing Jetliner, Sparking Global Anger and Protests
Iran said it accidentally shot down a Ukrainian jetliner it mistook for a cruise missile, a dramatic reversal that triggered international condemnation and protests in the streets of Tehran that in
Giuliani Says Biden Documents to Be Released ‘If I Disappear’
Rudy Giuliani, a focus of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s foreign policy dealings in Ukraine, suggested on Twitter that he has dirt on the Biden family that would be released
Trolls Renew Social Media Attacks on Hong Kong’s Protesters
Just months after Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. said they had removed hundreds of accounts used to undermine Hong Kong’s protest movement, the social media trolls are back.
Trump to California’s Governor: Get ‘Act Together’ on Fires
President Donald Trump on Sunday blasted California Governor Gavin Newsom in a series of Twitter posts for his handling of the devastating wildfires that continue to blaze across the state.
Twitter CEO Dorsey Bans Political Ads in Swipe at Facebook
Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey tweeted Wednesday that the site will ban all political ads, delivering a jab to Facebook Inc., which has come under fire for the way it’s handled
New Trump Ad Broadcast During World Series: Campaign Update
President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign chose the final game of the World Series to broadcast a new advertisement hailing the candidate as “no Mr. Nice Guy.”
Twitter Blamed for Saudi Spy Hack of Activist Tied to Khashoggi
A Saudi dissident sued Twitter Inc. claiming its failure to tell him about a state-sponsored hack of his account led to government agents discovering his plans for a social media protest with Jamal
Roger Stone Wants Back on Social Media
Roger Stone wants back on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and every other social media platform from which he was banished last month by his future trial judge. He has turned to a U.S. appeals court for
Ocasio-Cortez Backs Wayfair Workers’ Ire Over Border-Camp Sales
Employees at Wayfair Inc. are planning to walk out in protest of the online furniture retailer’s alleged business with contractors that are furnishing border camps for asylum seekers, according to an
Johnson Urges Hunt to Commit to Oct. 31 Deadline: Brexit Update
Boris Johnson has put some flesh on the bones of his Brexit plan -- setting out a plan A, B and C for taking Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31. Plan A and B have already been rejected by
Trump to Add Major Sanctions on Iran Monday After Drone Downed
President Donald Trump said the U.S. will impose major new sanctions on Iran Monday, days after he abruptly called off a plan for airstrikes against the Islamic Republic after Iran shot down a U.S.
Iran's Zarif Tweets Maps to Show U.S. Drone Was in Its Air Space
Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif took to Twitter on Saturday with maps to argue that the U.S. military drone the country had shot down this week had been flying over its territorial
Trump Praises Himself for Stock Market, Tags Fake Twitter Handle
President Donald Trump gave himself a pat on the back Saturday for the recent stock market rally, and tagged a fake Twitter account from Russia in the process.
Examining the Strength of the Trump Economy
President Donald Trump took to Twitter this weekend to tout the strength of the U.S. economy. Bloomberg's Michael McKee examines the Trump economy on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source:
Jamie Dimon Draws a Bernie Sanders Taunt by Knocking Socialism
Senator Bernie Sanders lashed out at Jamie Dimon on Twitter after the chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co. criticized socialism during an appearance in Washington.
Twitter Co-Founder Says More Diverse Team Might've Spotted Abuse
Twitter co-founder Ev Williams said Wednesday that the social network might have been quicker to recognize and address the potential for abuse and harassment on its platform if the company’s
Facebook, Twitter, Google Seek to Assuage Lawmakers About 2020
Executives from Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google faced congressional lawmakers Wednesday amid concerns that the companies haven’t done enough to guard against foreign influence