Twitter launched a new tool Wednesday, the Twitter Political Index, that will track the Twitter-verse's feelings about Obama and Romney in real time.
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According to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the reason that Mitt Romney hasn't released his tax returns from before 2010 is simple: A Bain investor told him that Romney "didn't pay any taxes for 10 years."
Both campaigns just went more mobile.
A few years ago veteran West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg wrote a song asking, "Who Am I, What's my Name?" The answer was obvious until Monday.
Twitter is causing problems for Olympic organizers in London and for news networks in the U.S.
Nancy Pelosi expressed her support KFC over Chick-fil-A via Twitter on Friday, writing, "For the record, I prefer Kentucky Fried Chicken. #ChickFilA"
Boston Mayor backs off attempt to block Chick-fil-A: ‘I make mistakes'; Dodson didn’t influence decision
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino has stepped back from his threat to block Chick-Fil-A from opening a new store in the city.
The Internet Association, a new trade group that will officially launch in September, is meant to be a "unified voice of the Internet economy" in Washington, DC, according to their website.
Iran's nuclear program has been thunderstruck for the third time.
The Internet Defense League --- an organization designed to warn of attacks on Internet freedom using a cat and spotlight logo --- officially launched on Thursday.
Washington state announced Tuesday that it will offer a Facebook app that allows residents to register to vote.
The Pirate Bay continues to flourish in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, despite court orders in both countries ordering that the file-sharing site be blocked, the BBC reports.
A new book due out Tuesday makes the case that Frank Marshall Davis, a card-carrying member of the Communist Party, mentored Barack Obama when he lived in Hawaii.
We don’t actually make decisions. At least not the way we say we do.
In an interview with The Daily Caller, American Enterprise Institute vice-president Danielle Pletka explained just what drives the need for cybersecurity legislation and just how far the government should go.
With the rash of zombie-related news recently, it seems Texas Republican Rep. Lamar Smith wanted to jump on the bandwagon.