• CBS NewsSecurity robot ends up in Washington, D.C., fountain

    A security robot wound up in a fountain in Washington, D.C., on Monday in what some on Twitter were describing as a “suicide.”The Knightscape K5 robot, which was supposed to be on the lookout for any criminal activity at Georgetown Harbor, apparently broke Asimov’s Third Law of Robotics by delving into the fountain Monday afternoon. Our D.C. office building got Read more...

  • MashableEd Sheeran deletes his Twitter within 24 hours of that 'Game of Thrones' cameo

    Singer-turned-actor Ed Sheeran had assured us earlier this month that he was just reading a lot of Harry Potter and taking a break from the Twitter hate, not quitting the platform completely as reported.  But on Monday afternoon — less than a full day after he appeared in the highly anticipated Game of Thrones season premiere — his Twitter account Read more...

  • USA TodayTwitter shades Ed Sheeran's 'Game of Thrones' cameo

    Game of Thrones fans did a lot of Thinking Out Loud with regard to Sunday’s Season 7 premiere featuring Ed Sheeran. While some enjoyed his singing character, others were vocally disgruntled with the Galway Girl artist’s stint.There were users who were generally confused. There were the mildly annoyed.Those seemingly more irritated.Some were pretty much beside themselves.And because this is Twitter we’re talking Read more...

  • CNNTrump defends son in Sunday morning tweetstorm

    (CNN)President Donald Trump defended his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., on Twitter Sunday morning amid mounting questions about his son’s meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign, implying a media double standard in its treatment of Hillary Clinton.”HillaryClinton can illegally get the questions to the Debate & delete 33,000 emails but my son Don is being scorned by Read more...

  • CNBCDelta fires back at Ann Coulter after she rages about seat reassignment

    Delta Air Lines responded to criticisms on Twitter from Ann Coulter, who said the airline had reassigned her “carefully” selected seat Coulter called Delta the “worst airline” in the U.S. She shared photos of the passenger who was given the pre-booked seat and that of a flight attendant on Twitter Conservative author Ann Coulter had a bone to pick with Read more...

  • The Seattle TimesThe CNN couple that no longer tweets together

    NEW YORK (AP) — Alisyn Camerota and Chris Cuomo are the CNN couple that no longer tweets together. They share a desk each morning as anchors of CNN’s “New Day,” but have vastly different philosophies on social media. Camerota publicly broke with Twitter last week, saying the anger she sees there “grosses her out.” Cuomo dives in all the time, Read more...

  • ABCPublic to Trump: Lay off Twitter

    Americans are highly disapproving of President Donald Trump in personal terms, with his tweeting habit a major irritant: Seventy percent say he’s acted in an unpresidential manner since taking office, 68 percent don’t see him as a positive role model and 67 percent disapprove of his use of Twitter. Fifty-seven percent in this ABC News/Washington Post poll also say that Read more...

  • The Washington PostWhy would the GOP want to pass a hugely unpopular health-care bill? Let's debate.

    A tweet this week caught my eye. It was from Josh Holmes, a former top staffer to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). Given that the bill is polling about as well as Vladimir Putin right now — and two Republican senators have already come out against it, meaning one more would kill the bill — I was intrigued by Read more...

  • The Tampa TribuneAnn Coulter erupts via Twitter over Delta seat dispute on flight to Florida

    Back when nearly everyone else on the planet seemed outraged at United Airlines over the violent de-seating of a paying passenger, Ann Coulter, as she so often does, shared her own unique take. "Sorry about the dragging," she wrote in April. "But convicted pill-mill doctor should be deported." The bloodied passenger had a criminal history and immigrated from Vietnam, you Read more...

  • ReutersDelta refunds $30 to Ann Coulter after her Twitter rant

    (Reuters) – Delta Air Lines Inc. said it would refund $30 to conservative commentator Ann Coulter after she unleashed a Twitter tirade over being reassigned to a seat with less leg room, and the airline called her string of insults “unacceptable and unnecessary”. Read the story on Reuters.