Twitter , BuzzFeed join for breezy online morning show
There's a new morning show from Twitter and BuzzFeed for people to watch, but it's only online
White nationalist rally organizer loses Twitter verification
The organizer of the violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has lost his verified status on Twitter, along with several other prominent white nationalists and far-right conservatives
The Latest: Trump's son releases messages Twitter messages
President Donald Trump's oldest son has released a series of private Twitter exchanges between himself and WikiLeaks during and after the 2016 election, including pleas from the website to publicize its leaks
Twitter expands character length
The social media platform increased the number of characters in a tweet from 140 to 280.
Twitter doubling its character count to 280 in nearly all languages
Twitter is officially expanding its character count to 280 across the world, the company announced today, doubling the traditional 140-character count. The company announced it was testing the new limit back in September "in languages impacted by cramming," which is nearly all of them, save for
Alec Baldwin is taking a break from Twitter following recent online backlash
The decision is a result of the recent backlash he faced over his response to women who settled sexual harassments suits with disgraced Hollywood mogul, Harvey Weinstein.
Trump's Twitter account briefly deactivated by Twitter employee on last day, company says
The Twittersphere lit up Thursday night when President Donald Trump's Twitter account was briefly deactivated by a Twitter employee.
Trump's Twitter account briefly deactivated by Twitter employee on their last day, company says
The Twittersphere lit up Thursday night when President Donald Trump 's Twitter account was briefly deactivated -- by a Twitter employee on their last day at the social media company. "Through our investigation we have learned that this was done by a Twitter customer support employee who did this on
Infamous fake Twitter account prompted social media giant to re-evaluate policies
A Russian-backed Twitter account now infamous for luring voters and Trump campaign officials into spreading divisive messages prompted the social media giant to re-evaluate its broader response to suspected Russian election interference, Twitter’s acting general counsel Sean Edgett told lawmakers