Alleged Islamic State-affiliated Twitter accounts are threatening Russians with the hashtag “A_Message_To_Russia” in response to Putin’s nuclear bomb threat.
Abby Wambach is going out in style.
A neighbor of a man in Limerick, Maine called the police to report a Christmas light display that seemed to promote the Islamic State, but he failed to notice that Santa was peeing on the letters.
Hacktivist group Anonymous has declared Friday, December 11, 2015 as a “Day of Rage” against the Islamic State, with images of goats set to be used as weapons against Daesh supporters.
Twitter accounts allegedly affiliated with the Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the shooting that left at least 14 dead in San Bernardino, California.
Twitter is down. Try not to freak out.
As Lamar Odom fights for his life in Las Vegas after being found unconscious on the floor of a Nevada brothel messages of support are flooding in on Twitter.
In a now deleted tweet, Jeremy Bieber asked his popstar son, “What do you feed that thing?” In regards to leaked pictures of him skinny-dipping in Bora Bora, Tahiti.
The latest American tragedy is being reported on by students from inside the campus.
Edward Snowden, the ex-government contractor who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency and fled to Russia, has joined Twitter.
Hashtag “Where Were You?” was trending on Twitter this morning on the anniversary of September 11, asking users where they were when they heard the news.
Vester Lee Flanagan, AKA Bryce Williams, is the alleged shooter who killed reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward of WDBJ-TV live on-air in Moneta, Virginia.