The news of Gwen Ifill’s death devastated the PBS NewsHour newsroom, where she was a beloved leader and mentor to generations of journalists.
By PBS NewsHour
Among the millions of real people tweeting about the presidential race, there are also a lot accounts operated by fake people, or “bots.” Politicians and regular users alike use these accounts to increase their follower bases and push messages. Science…
By Associated Press
ST. LOUIS — Twitter says Sunday's presidential debate was the most tweeted ever, with more than 17 million tweets related to the forum sent.
By Liana Heitin, Education Week
Students who use social media daily score lower in math, reading and science. But don't worry gamers, the research shows you score higher.
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
The Islamic State group's Twitter traffic has plunged 45 percent in the past two years, the Obama administration says.
By PBS NewsHour
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, presidential historian and NewsHour regular Michael Beschloss provides a unique perspective on American history through his Twitter account. He shares some of his favorite digital insights.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Peter Costanzo is the man who helped turn Donald Trump into @RealDonaldTrump.
By Kamaria Roberts
After Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz called for police to monitor Muslims on Tuesday, Muslim Americans responded on Twitter by showing images from their everyday lives.
By Joshua Barajas
People offered their condolences to Brussels in text and pictures on Twitter using the hashtag #JeSuisBruxelles.
By Sophia Tareen, Associated Press
The National Republican Senatorial Committee briefly posted a tweet Tuesday that said a Democratic candidate from Illinois who lost both legs as an Army helicopter pilot "has a sad record of not standing up" for veterans.
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