Trump Says He's Leaving His Business To Focus On Being PresidentDonald Trump says he's leaving his "great business" to his children so he can focus on being the nation's 45th president.
Dallas-Based Journalist, 'Anonymous Hacktivist' Released From Federal PrisonDallas-born investigative journalist Barrett Brown was released from federal prison, earlier than initially scheduled.
Emmitt Smith Announces His Mother's Passing Former Dallas Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith went to social media to announce a personal loss to his fans.
Twitter Accidentally Suspends Its CEO's AccountTwitter CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey said Tuesday night that the social media platform accidentally suspended his account. Twitter declined to make an official comment on the incident.
George H.W. Bush Shares New Photo Of Boy He Shaved Head For Three years after shaving his head to show support for a toddler battling leukemia, Former President George H.W. Bush says that same boy "is feeling and doing much better."
Fashion Designer Says She Won't Ever Dress Melania TrumpFrench fashion designer Sophie Theallet pledged never to create clothing for incoming first lady Melania Trump in an open letter posted to her Twitter account Thursday night.
Twitter Suspends Several 'Alt-Right' AccountsTwitter has suspended the accounts of several prominent members of the so-called 'alt-right' in an apparent crackdown on accounts that are tied to hate speech or threats of violence.
Twitter Adds Options To Curb Online HarassmentTwitter has long been criticized as a hotbed for online harassment. But now, the social media platform is expanding ways to curb the amount of abuse that users see, and making it easier to report such conduct.
Texas Official Says Worker Fired For Offensive Clinton TweetTexas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller says he fired a campaign worker who posted an obscene reference to Hillary Clinton on Miller's official Twitter account.
Social Media Expert Says Election Healing Starts OnlineIf wearing a little, "I Voted" sticker wasn't enough of a statement to make after casting your ballot, social media has given everyone the chance to act as a pundit about the 2016 election, and a lot of the rhetoric isn't pretty.
Celebrities Express Outrage Via Social Media Over Trump WinHillary Clinton was heavily favored, and supported, by celebrities during her campaign. Those same celebrities took to social media to vent after Donald Trump was declared the winner.
How Social Media Can Cost Someone Their JobIt is where we share our memories, our photos and sometimes our opinions.

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