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Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) is quitting Congress to run ex-President Donald Trump’s tech startup.
A Trump Christmas card that looks extra phallic is trending on Twitter. Of course, many people are asking if it’s real.
"It's the old double negative trap, laid by the Deep State," quipped a Twitter critic.
Far-right users launched a “coordinated and malicious” attack to exploit a new Twitter privacy rule, according to The Washington Post.
"Having lived during a plague, I now understand why most renaissance paintings were voluptuous women, lying bra-less on couches."
The former secretary of state tweeted a not-so-subtle jab at Trump’s love for hamburgers.
"I’m considering polygamy so someone else can answer my husband’s questions mid-movie."
He helped launch the social media company in 2006.
"Parenting books should be legally required to display the number of children the author has."
"Rediscovered the joy of reading for pleasure (bragging about it)."
Winslow says these are the answers Republicans are trying to block.
Twitter users are in stitches over Yankovic's response to the new Kid Rock video.
A Chinese state TV employee posted the photos apparently to assuage concern about her disappearance.
"This man, Pat Collins, is clearly a national treasure," tweeted MSNBC's Joy Reid.
On Thursday, CPAC tweeted that Elmo, Big Bird, Bert and Ernie would not be welcome at its 2022 conference.
The five-time Grammy winner appeared to rebuke Jake Gyllenhaal for his alleged reluctance to return his ex-girlfriend's "All Too Well" accessory.
"I’m sorry for what I said when my husband put all my bras in the dryer."
"OH MY GOD! Not healthcare, education and affordable housing?!?!?!?! Anything but THAT!?!?!" one Twitter user comically lamented.
About $1.1 billion will go toward paying tax obligations for stock options granted to Musk in September.
The tweet showed Carey standing in a red dress in front of what appears to be an underwater McDonald's.