The NFL is a guilty pleasure that became guiltier last week.
A factually correct, but poorly worded Tweet from the Associated Press, created the impression that a second tragedy had occurred in the wake of the Malaysia Airlines crash in the Ukraine.
When the absence of story is becoming the story, we’ve really crossed into the absurd.
It was hard to believe what was unfolding in Germany’s 7-1 rout of the hosts.
Here are the top eleven #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave we found on Twitter.
Graham is in a dispute over whether he’s should be classified as a receiver or tight end.
Jon Daniel was behind the fake Twitter account @Peoriamayor, posting comments about sex and drugs, among other things. Peoria Mayor Jim Ardis called the posts “absolute filth.”
Autocorrect and autofilling are the worst.
Well, that didn’t come across quite like they envisioned.
In seven years, the knowledge and commitment of Blackhawks fans has changed for the better.
CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker shows you a new way more customers are getting their complaints seen and resolved.
Twitter and Henderson are a volatile mix.
One man “actually made some terrorist threats to us,” Marcin Gortat said.
After Mayor Jim Ardis filed a criminal complaint over the matter, police raided a home last week, seizing computers and hauling residents in for questioning. The action sparked criticism that the mayor had abused his powers and violated free speech rights.
On several levels, a pornographic tweet sent out by U.S. Airways may be the most amusing and embarrassing corporate social media gaffes ever.
Jose Abreu’s explosive arrival is a promising plot twist for pundits and White Sox fans.
Derek the RA at UConn is purportedly not in favor of fun.
Careful about your in-game tweets, because authorities are likely watching.
What were athletes thinking when they typed their first tweet?
A 14-point loss or a 15-point defeat? It’s all the same to the Bucks.