Fans of Starbucks took to social media to express their delight at the announcement.
US senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) was the first to formally announce his presidential run. And instead of a ballroom and podium, he opted for another platform: Twitter.
Authors Jonathan Morgan and Jim Berger analyzed a sample of 20,000 ISIS supporting Twitter accounts and found that even though ISIS has only been active under that name for less than 2 years, it has an extremely active and connected group on Twitter.
Rich discussed the HBO documentary the Jinx and the arrest of Robert Durst, the resignation of Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock, and Starbucks encouraging their employees to engage in conversations about race with their customers.
Starlike brings together all of the items your friends have favorited or starred on sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Sixers center Joel Embiid is showing some promise in recent workouts.
Rich pondered the punishment for a student who make vulgar attacks against former Major League pitcher Curt Schilling’s daughter on Twitter, the Eagles trade of LeSean McCoy and a Vermont town’s proposal to lower the voting age. He also spoke with La Salle Professor Michael Boyle, CBS 3 Meteorologist Kate Bile, and author Lenore Skenazy.
Penn State Grad Who Tweeted About Thon At Olbermann: I Thought I Could Let Him Know About The Good At Penn State
DeLeon sent a tweet to ESPN’s Keith Olbermann on Twitter over the weekend regarding the over $13 million raised for cancer research by Penn State’s Thon. Olbermann’s response to DeLeon and other Penn State Alumni led ESPN to suspend him for a week.
Rich covered Keith Olbermann’s suspension from ESPN for tweets about Penn State, President Obama’s veto of the Keystone XL Pipeline bill, and the VA Secretary telling a homeless veteran he served in special forces. He also talked to former federal prosecutor Sydney Powell.
Keith Olbermann has been taken off his ESPN show for the rest of the week after making insulting comments about Penn State students on Twitter.
Pennsylvanians were invited to tweet questions to Governor Tom Wolf Tuesday and ask him about his first month on the job in a Twitter Town Hall.
From school funding to the future of coal, Gov. Tom Wolf spent a half-hour on Twitter fielding Pennsylvanians’ tweeted questions about his agenda.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Let me start off by saying this is not evidenced-based, there is no study I am referring to – just my own experience seeing patients every […]
There are several hashtags floating around online, but Philadelphia city officials are using this one: #PHLDNC2016.