Twitter Suspended 58 Million Accounts In Final Months Of 2017Twitter suspended at least 58 million user accounts in the final three months of 2017, according to data obtained by The Associated Press.
Report: Twitter Suspending Fake Accounts At Rate That Could Risk User GrowthA new report says Twitter is stepping up its fight against disinformation on its platform at a rate that could put user growth at risk.
Passenger Unintentionally Pairs Strangers On Flight, Documents Budding Romance On TwitterAn Alaska Airlines flight from New York City to Dallas turned into a potential screenplay thanks to a Twitter user who captured a real-life romance between two passengers.
Trump Slams Virginia Restaurant That Kicked Out Sarah SandersThe president's negative review appears to be based solely on photos he has seen in news stories or social media.
Jack Dorsey, Twitter's CEO, Blasted For Patronizing Chick-Fil-ATwitter CEO Jack Dorsey found himself back pedaling after tweeting about using Chick-fil-A's mobile app, saying he'd forgotten about the fast-food chain's history of opposing gay marriage.
Disabled Dad's Heartwarming Gift To Daughter Goes ViralA father's touching gift to his daughter has become a viral sensation and is helping the Texas family raise awareness about the staggering costs of caring for the disabled.
'World Is A Better Place Without Her': Woman's Obituary Stuns ReadersA mother's obituary in a Minnesota newspaper took an ugly turn when the writer chose to air the woman's dirty laundry after her death.
‘I Stand Behind The Decision’: Sara Gilbert Reacts to ‘Roseanne’ CancellationActress and CBS's The Talk Co-Host Sara Gilbert reacted Monday to the cancellation of the ABC sitcom 'Roseanne' after the star – and namesake – of that show posted a racist tweet last week.
Social Media Reunites Man With Stranger Who Saved Him From DrowningMax Canfield saved D’Marie O’Connor’s life in the icy waters of Lake Michigan on Memorial Day, and they re-connected with the help of Twitter.
Family Finds Grandmother Reviewed Every Book She Read In Secret CodeThe family of a 96-year-old in Connecticut has found a hidden treasure trove dedicated to every book the grandmother ever read.
Trump Says White House Official Who Briefed Reporters In Person 'Doesn't Exist'Reporters listened to that official, in person and on the phone, on Thursday during a White House-sanctioned background briefing.
Judge: Trump Can't Block Critics On TwitterThe case was brought last July by the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University and seven individuals blocked by Trump after criticizing the Republican president.