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Peoria city officials and police reacted swiftly to try and dismantle a fake Twitter account mocking Mayor Jim Ardis, according to a published report citing documents that also showed contradictory statements from public officials.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers argued Sunday that the Obama administration needs to take a tougher approach to foreign policy than tracking online trends and hashtag diplomacy.
The National Security Agency's recent tweet sent the Twitter world into puzzle-solving mode, as readers wondered: What's with the "tpfcclfdtte?"
Even the NFL's official Twitter account was piling on Johnny Manziel's agonizing wait to be picked in the draft.
Brazil's sports tribunal has ordered a second-division team to play its next two home matches in an empty stadium because of the death of a man struck in the head by a toilet bowl thrown from the stands during fan violence last weekend.
A Brazilian soccer team was ordered to play its next two home games in an empty stadium after a man was fatally struck on the head by a toilet bowl thrown from the stands during fan violence last weekend.
When Archduke of Austria Franz Ferdinand was shot dead in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914, news of the event spread quickly by word of mouth.
With the rise of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, the prevalence of information has never been higher - and some police departments are using that to their advantage.
Twitter questions: Fan questions included the look of the defense, draft strategy, and whether some veterans are still at risk of becoming salary cap casualties.