The ombudsman for PBS on Thursday derided anchor Gwen Ifill for mocking Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Twitter. After it became clear that the Senate could not override a presidential veto of the Iran deal, Ifill tweeted, "Take that, Bibi." PBS Ombudsman Michael Gelter derided the comments by the Newshour as "inexcusable."
Tom Brady's four-game suspension was lifted by a federal judge Thursday morning, and folks around the league were quick to react. The Patriots organization let a photo do the talking. pic.twitter.com/KEpFUMr5bi- New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 3, 2015 As can be expected, Brady's teammates...
Tweets imagine thoughts going through the mind of a deputy clerk frequently seen in videos recorded at the Rowan County clerk’s office. Twitter has been having a lot of fun with Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who refuses to obey court orders and issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Show More Summary
While Apple has long maintained a Twitter account for the App Store, promoting new apps, deals, and more, the company now offers an account devoted specifically to games on the store. The account, registered in July, made its first public appearance today, offering a simple message and a GIF. Show More Summary
The cast and crew of Marvel’s AGENT CARTER are back at work for season 2 and a new photo from Marvel’s Twitter account (which you can also see below) has revealed a bit of a spoiler. The photo shows “Chief Daniel Sousa” on a door, presumably one in the SSR. You may recall that at […]
Apple today expanded its presence on social networking site Twitter, creating a new Twitter account dedicated to sharing App Store games. According to the account bio, which features the tagline, "Embrace the future of gaming," it'sShow More Summary
On Wednesday PBS reporter Gwen Ifill took to Twitter to mock Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after Democrats came out... The post PBS Ombudsman Calls Crank Gwen Ifill’s Twitter Outburst “Self-Inflicted Wound” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
As September 9th approaches, Pottermore posted on both Facebook and Twitter that Pottermore students are leaving Hogwarts. A printable certificate is available to mark the occasion. As we prepare to move beyond the gates of Hogwarts, we want to thank you for sharing the Pottermore experience with us… Posted by Pottermore on Thursday, September 3, 2015...read more!
The taxpayers of Peoria, Illinois, will be footing the bill for the bumbling thuggishness of their thin-skinned mayor and an all-too-compliant police force. Last April, Peoria mayor Jim Ardis somehow stumbled across a parodic Twitter account run by local Jon Daniel. Show More Summary
"Doggfather & CEO" would be the illest title in Silicon Valley, hands down.
Netflix has renewed drama series Narcos for a second season. The streaming service confirmed the news today via Twitter. Coming soon. #Narcos https://t.co/elFgwjvsnj — Narcos (@NarcosNetflix) September 3, 2015 Written by Chris Brancato...Show More Summary
Apple is making its App Store a bit more social. The company today opened up a new Twitter account dedicated to the App Store’s gaming section. The account, @AppStoreGames, is yet to be officially verified by Twitter, but it was retweeted this morning by the official and verified @AppStore account, which launched a few […]
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We Just Might Be Free From Hearing About Deflategate Ever Again. Maybe. pic.twitter.com/KEpFUMr5bi — New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 3, 2015 After Spending The Better Part Of A Year Reluctantly Learning The NFL's Arcane Rules...Show More Summary
As soon as news broke that a judge had overturned Tom Brady's four-game deflate-gate suspension, current and former NFL players, from both the New England Patriots and from around the league, took to Twitter to post their reactions.Show More Summary
The popular DailyMotion video streaming service and the Fenice app for twitter have just both received updates in the Windows Phone store. Dailymotion didn’t leave a changelog in either of its updates this week, so we’re assuming that it is an update that addresses bugs. Fenice for Twitter has also been updated with bug fixes […]
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for his alleged involvement in the Deflategate scandal was nullified Thursday, which means the four-time Super Bowl champion will be eligible to play when the Pats open the season against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. Show More Summary
When the co-founder of two of the most successful web startups speaks, then it's probably a good idea to listen.
Kailyn Lowry has been sharing her thoughts on Twitter about various things, including her own life, Teen Mom and news-related stories. And something made Kailyn tweet an interesting statement this week that didn’t sit well with some of her followers. Show More Summary
On Thursday morning, a judge overturned Tom Brady's four-game suspension, seemingly bringing Deflategate to an end. His New England teammates took to Twitter to celebrate. Rob Gronkowski: Let's go! This season to be one heck of another...Show More Summary