Whether they’re hunting for eggs or attending services to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, many Americans are observing Easter in some fashion this Sunday. But don’t expect one popular search engine to celebrate with them.
Constantly belittling your boss on Twitter? Well, there’s an app for that — or more specifically, an app that can save you from getting fired for your tweets.
In honor of Twitter’s seventh birthday, Rep. Buck McKeon (R-Calif.) offered to fly a flag over the U.S. Capitol in the name of his 10,000th follower — and the winner is Red Alert Politics‘ own associate editor, Sarah Muro!
President Obama’s star power just got a big boost as wealthy billionaire Bill Gates recently claimed that on some days, he wished President Obama had “more power.”
It’s a good thing CNN host Piers Morgan can’t vote in the United States.
This afternoon the talk show host took his support of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his attempted soda ban a step further, suggesting on his twitter that the nanny city mayor would make a great U.S. President.
Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Humans Services (HHS) has created her own Twitter account @Sebelius just in time for Obamacare’s third anniversary on Tuesday.
Poor Michelle Obama – the first lady just couldn’t catch a break as she took to Twitter to answer questions about keeping kids healthy. Her snoozefest question and answer session about healthy eating and daily exercise was overrun with Twitter users bent on asking more pressing questions about foreign policy and the September 11 attack in Benghazi, Libya.