The tweet was removed by Twitter and replaced by a label stating that it was no longer available. Although Twitter hides tweets that violate its policies, it requires account owners to manually delete such posts. The Chinese Embassy's account has not posted any new tweets since January 9. … [Read more...] about Twitter Says It Locked Account of China’s US Embassy Over Xinjiang-Related Tweet
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WASHINGTON, DC – MAY 02: Journalists John Harwood (L) and Jonathan Karl attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner Weekend Pre-Party hosted by The New Yorker’s David Remnick at the W Hotel Washington DC on May 2, 2014 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The New Yorker) … [Read more...] about QUIZ: Chinese Propaganda Or American Journalists?
“For decades Pittsburgh has been rebuilding its economy based on hopes for our people and our future, not on outdated fantasies about our past. The City and its many partners will continue to do the same, despite the President’s imprudent announcements yesterday,” Mayor Peduto said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh Mayor Issues Executive Order In Response To Trump’s Paris Climate Decision
Downtown D.C. has become so difficult to navigate that Mayor Muriel E. Bowser held her last pre-inauguration news conference Tuesday standing on a median in the middle of a busy road, many blocks from the secure perimeter around the U.S. Capitol and much of downtown. … [Read more...] about Mayor Muriel Bowser Locks Down D.C. Presses People to Stay Home as She Attends Inauguration
Other than playing the occasional spoiler, third parties have historically failed to make major waves in national elections, although Ross Perot’s Reform Party recorded almost 19% of the vote in 1992, the best showing since former President Teddy Roosevelt’s “Bull Moose” Progressive Party scored 27% in 1912. … [Read more...] about REPORT: Trump Discussing The Idea Of Creating A New Political Party