A new study by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project found that the audience for top social media services has grown older in just a couple of years.
From the Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden to Rep. Anthony Weiner's scandal, Twitter has been in the news recently for helping break news. While the social media giant's popularity has soared among politicians, movie stars and people…
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone discusses the social media service's impact on breaking news.
Twitter's Biz Stone discusses their business model and why the company isn't for sale.
In extended interviews with the NewsHour's Spencer Michels, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone discusses the social media service's global impact on humanity and breaking news, and the "young" company's business model and why he says they're not for sale.
By Quinn Bowman
David Chalian, Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff look at the political implications of a Washington Post/ABC poll released Tuesday showing that six in 10 Americans are unhappy with President Obama's handling of the economy.
Rep. Anthony Weiner, D - N.Y., went before cameras Monday to admit to sending sexually explicit photos and messages to several different women. Jeffrey Brown discusses the scandal with NewsHour Political Editor David Chalian.
Rep. Anthony Weiner admitted Monday that he is responsible for sending lewd photos.
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A Dubai-based news and information company analyzed social media revolving around the Egypt uprising. They discovered a new conversation rising, growing larger and asking Arab people, "who are we and what will we be in the future?"…
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