By Tara Culp-Ressler on March 3, 2014
UCLA researchers point out that social media may be the next big public health tool.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on February 2, 2014
Fed up with the way that women are portrayed during the biggest TV event of the year? There's an app for that.
By Lauren C. Williams on January 22, 2014
Twitter is looking to target its black and Hispanic users to generate advertising revenue.
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By Lauren C. Williams on December 31, 2013
Before we ring in the New Year, let's take a look at how your personal data's privacy and security was compromised in 2013.
By Lauren C. Williams and Aviva Shen on December 13, 2013
After a public outcry, Twitter reversed its newly debuted blocking policy which made it easier for blocked users to continue monitoring and harassing users who blocked them.
By Bryce Covert on December 5, 2013
After coming under criticism for it's all-male board, Twitter has finally added a woman.
By Emily Atkin on December 2, 2013
In 2012, Goldman financed both Alpha and Walter Energy, which cumulatively produced 29.42% of mountain top removal coal mined in Appalachia that year.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on October 29, 2013
It's incredibly weird to see Adam Kirsch say that criticism isn't happening on Twitter. It's happening constantly, and with great depth and insight.
By Hayes Brown on September 20, 2013
The American people have for the last two weeks been under a deluge of foreign leaders shoving to speak to them without intermediaries.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on August 7, 2013
It's widely believed that Twitter can drive viewers to shows, but a new study suggests very different results for comedies, dramas, and reality.