And some of it has to do with President Donald Trump.
Romney announced his campaign in a video posted online Friday.
Wisconsin Republican congressional candidate Paul Nehlen has been permanently banned from Twitter for a racially insensitive tweet.
While on his Middle East tour, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said State Department employees will have to complete sexual harassment training.
It's pretty clear he's preparing for a bid to replace Sen. Orrin Hatch.
Forbes estimates his net worth is around $17.4 billion.
Theories involve "Deep State" actors, a rogue Twitter employee and Hannity deleting the account himself.
Alex Azar was sworn in as the new Health and Human Services secretary on Monday.
In a speech to the Senate, Sen. Jeff Flake said the president is very critical of news media.
Venezuelan authorities say they arrested five "terrorists" after the shootout.
People in Hawaii got a false alarm about an incoming ballistic missile Saturday.
Disney announced Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg won't seek re-election to its board.