Florida Republican Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer has been given the go-ahead to sue Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter for violating her First Amendment rights to free...
This is just about as petty as it gets.
First Lady Melania Trump was thrilled about a new project at the White House: I am excited to share the progress of the Tennis Pavillion at...
A list of leftists and never-Trumpers fell like a ton of dumb bricks for a fake Trump tweet about the stock market.
Could Twitter's recent rule change prevent Americans from speaking their mind about the septuagenarian candidates we have to choose from in 2020?
Social media giant Twitter has shut down 70 pro-Bloomberg accounts, saying it was clear they were campaign spam.
The left should take this turn of events as an ominous warning not to ignore Trump's Twitter tirades.
Is there trouble in political paradise?
Bloomberg's blip is getting larger on Trump's radar as of late.
Nancy Pelosi failed to force Facebook and Twitter to delete an ad showing her ripping up President Trump's State of the Union speech.
Loomer's battle with Twitter will very likely reshape the crossroads at which politics and social media meet.
Twitter slapped a "sensitive content" warning and grayed out a Trump campaign video all because it is pro-life.
Citizen Trump's obsession with Obama attacking Iran makes for an interesting angle on today's revelations.
Followers of the Qanon conspiracy theory have frequently had the ear of the President, and this week was no different.
Will this be the move that forces Twitter to take action?
Yes, Spygate is bigger than Watergate!
The Conway Show continues...
Those who expected any different may have been foolish in their assessment.
We can expect a rather significant spike in case of Trump Derangement Syndrome in the coming weeks.
First Ladies of the future will have a high bar to aim for, that's for sure.
Bolton's tweets were a bit ominous.
Swalwell would go so far as to say that the tweet could be an article of impeachment itself.
A pair of former employees of social media giant Twitter have been arrested and charged with spying for Saudi Arabia, a report says.
Utah Senator Mitt Romney has now admitted that he has used a fake Twitter account to lash out at critics.
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