Chrissy Teigen has switched her Twitter account to private, telling her followers: “I’m not strong enough”.
As Mr Pence said his team did not engage in barb-throwing, Mr Trump tweeted that Mr Kaine looked like an ‘evil crook out of the Batman movies’
Communities aim to swap apparently innocent words like Google, Skittle and Skype into substitutions for racist slang
This week in economics look out for Google’s rumoured acquisition of Twitter; the fate of Deutsche Bank; the rise of the electric car and the market’s reaction to the Tory party conference
Bloomberg's Alex Sherman and Sarah Frier broke the news that Disney (DIS) is evaluating a bid for Twitter (TWRT). Frier commented on the report on Monday afternoon's 'Bloomberg Markets.'
Twitter stock has skyrocketed 21% to $22.59 in mid-morning trading on Friday
The 20-year-old model perhaps never imagined an innocent photo shoot could cause so much controversy
'The body appears to have been set on fire and has some degree of dismemberment,' say police
The livestream of Thursday night's game between the Bills and the Jets looked great, but there were definitely some improvements that could be made
Much more than New York State bragging rights are at stake when Twitter streams its first pro football game Thursday night between the Jets and the Bills.
'I really appreciate all the non-Asians telling me what is offensive to Asians,' says the model
Turns out he's not a fan of the classics
This week Theresa May quoted a Twitter user in PMQs who, it transpires, had defended the man who killed Jo Cox and said of the recent killing of a Polish man in Britain: ‘Every time a Polish person gets lamped, it will always be a Brexit hate crime, even if they asked for it’
The full tweet reads: 'September 7 at 10 a.m. PDT. Watch the event on Apple.co/live. RT for a reminder on event day. #AppleEvent'
'Now imagine if a white singer said 'white women only',' asks one Twitter user
Twitter users who self-identify as white nationalists and Neo-Nazis have grown 600 per cent since 2012, according to a new study