Former White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka appeared on "Fox & Friends" this morning to react to an ISIS-inspired teenager's plot to detonate a homemade bomb at his Utah high school.
Tucker Carlson said that there is likely evidence that social media executives knew but disregarded possible issues their products could cause, such as addiction and psychological damage.
President Trump said social media may have put him in the White House.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) revealed that Twitter told her they would only run her political ad if she omitted the pro-life part.
Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker disagrees with many of his fellow Republicans on President Trump's infamous Twitter account.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) said he is in disbelief over the polarized political environment these days.
A Twitter user is on a mission to get 18 million retweets to get a year of free Wendy's chicken nuggets.
"Fox & Friends" debates whether President-elect Donald Trump should continuing using his Twitter account when he takes office.
Germany's leader said today she supports a movement to quell what her government considers to be "hate speech" being disseminated on social media, Reuters reported.
After a political strategist for the NRA published an op-ed stating that gun laws don't deter terrorists, Hillary Clinton's social media manager had a blunt and vulgar response.
Following a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub that left "around" 20 people dead and 42 wounded, videos of the chaotic attack and aftermath are beginning to emerge on social media.
The Greg Gutfeld Show tried to get to the bottom of the controversy over Facebook's alleged bias toward conservatives.