President Donald Trump took to Twitter early Monday morning to slam former Bills running back Marshawn Lynch in his latest…
A London paper reports Russia-based Twitter accounts posted over 45,000 messages within 48 hours during last year's Brexit referendum.
Leeann Tweeden made the allegations in an online post for KABC, where she works as a news anchor.
Authorities confirmed the actress turned herself in to police in Virginia. She was arrested, booked and released on a $5,000 unsecured bond.
The president's son effectively confirmed the report by tweeting photos of the messages.
Twitter is rethinking its verification process after the company got major backlash for adding a blue check mark to a white nationalist's account.
Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released a sample of the ads on their website.
More than 120 million Facebook users saw posts created and promoted by Russian-backed accounts.
Facebook, Twitter and Google are set to testify at a Senate subcommittee hearing to help find solutions to Russian disinformation.
The social media company revealed the mistake in a recent shareholder report.
RT and Sputnik can no longer run ads on Twitter. The company said its decision is based on the outlets' involvement in 2016 election interference.
Rep. Frederica Wilson says she heard President Trump say to a fallen soldier's widow, "Well, I guess he knew what he was getting into."