President Donald Trump’s tweets show an “ignorance of the law,” says immigration attorney Charles Kuck.
#MakeMulanRight. #RyanPotterForTimDrake. #AAIronFist — these campaigns don’t always work perfectly, but they do get people’s attention on diversity.
The latest account suspensions raised to 360,000 the total number of accounts sidelined since the middle of 2015 and was helping "drive meaningful results" in curbing the activity, according to the San Francisco-based company.
A few tweets about an alleged case of nepotism in Ecuador's government earned Sebastian Cevallos a sentence of 15 days in jail.
From light shows to stirring words to strong images, the world poured out its backing for the French people after attackers struck Paris late Friday.
The disgruntled former employee who shot and killed two reporters live on air Wednesday morning wanted his crime to go viral. Knowing that, how should we talk about it on social media?
Some Italians thought a leader of a political party known for its xenophobic views was taking life too seriously, so they decided to shower him with more than a little feline love.
Beckyoncé mashups, Billy Eichner yelling at FLOTUS, and Norm Macdonald's SNL tweets stole the internet's collective heart this week.
British researchers are studying Western women from afar who have migrated into ISIS territory to join the jihadist group. The women jihadists post often on social networks. And some say they aren't content to be militant wives and mothers. They are itching to fight for the Islamic State.
When we saw the trending hashtag #2014in5Words, we wondered what our listeners and fans thought of the year in global news.
"Meryem" was a force on Twitter during the Gezi Park protests, tweeting news and information in Turkish and in English. She was covering the protests 22 hours a day — but that's a difficult pace to maintain when protest movements lose steam.