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The "Truth Hurts" singer acknowledged she’d gone too far with her Twitter "blast" and vowed to “check my petty and my pride.”
The singer was her own harshest critic, but fans quickly set Mimi straight.
GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham incurred Trump's wrath after a tweet about "weakness" over Iran.
The model was forced to change her email address after she tweeted a picture of it to her 11.7 million followers.
A reporter owns up to writing the "misworded" post that described an act of sexual misconduct as seemingly "harmless fun."
"My husband’s favorite place to stand is right in front of whatever cabinet I need."
The "Killing Eve" star and former "SNL" host said she was "glad to see" the show's new hire dismissed for his racist and homophobic slurs.
"Only the Illuminati are supposed to know this ancient Truth," one person joked on Twitter.
The president has suggested the House Judiciary Committee should investigate "Obama Netflix" instead of probing him for profiting from his presidency.
"A very cool cat," Thomas Dolby wrote of The Cars frontman, who died at age 75.
Twitter critics are suspicious about the 1962 incident involving the “Romans” gang leader that Biden insists threatened him at a swimming pool.
"I am, not just deeply ashamed, but deeply sorry for those tweets," Sawyer said in response to the controversial posts, which included anti-LGBTQ language.
"Isn't this something he said about himself?" asked one person on Twitter.
Walter Shaub asked in a lengthy Twitter thread if Trump has "created a culture where officials believe he wants people to stay at his properties."
"I showed a photo of J.Lo in 'Hustlers' to both my trainer and my financial advisor, so what I'm saying is, my body is ready."
"I hope to someday be as confident as my 3-year-old who thinks she’s having fruit snacks for breakfast."
Twitter weighed in on whether the presidential hopefuls cracked thigh-slappers or duds.
Some Twitter critics thought stitching on the back of the coat resembled a plane crashing into a building.
Chief executives of nearly 150 companies are calling on the U.S. Senate to pass gun-control legislation to combat mass shootings.