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Everyone had an opinion before LeBron James picked a team and everyone shared their post-decision reaction on Twitter including Johnny Manziel
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's description of Justice Clarence Thomas as one of "five white men" triggered a backlash Wednesday on social media from black conservatives.
A self-described liberal Democratic candidate for Congress in Virginia is asking his followers on social media to help him target a young cheerleader who has been at the center of internet controversy in recent weeks.
Like all other World Cup watchers around the globe, Marcin Gortat couldn't believe what he was seeing. Nene's Brazil, crushed at home.
Wake Forest transfer Tyler Cavanaugh announced where he's going to school next. George Washington it is. His long relationship with Mike Lonergan played a factor.
The University of Florida will not recall its 2014 sports calendar, which features a spread of Aaron Hernandez for the month of July, explaining that the calendar was approved before the former football star was charged in the murder of three men.
Hackers infiltrated the Brazilian federal police's Twitter account on Saturday and posted a tweet about a bomb threat at the Mineirao Stadium hosting the Brazil-Chile World Cup game.
State Department spokesman Jen Psaki once urged Russia to live up to "the promise of hashtag" on Twitter. Now, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) is using hashtags to promise upcoming terrorist attacks on American soil.
With minicamp wrapping up last week, the Redskins are off for a month-long break. We checked Twitter to see what they've been up to.