Wednesday on Twitter, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told Senator Rand Paul that he had taken her quotes about climate change "out of context" and that the GOP climate change agenda was "fictional."
The edit button is often requested by Twitter users, but Dorsey countered by noting that implementing the feature could have a number of unfortunate consequences.
"#AmericaNeedsYang because he is *by the numbers* the strongest candidate against @realDonaldTrump," one user tweeted.
Senator Bernie Sanders called out the Wall Street investment firm BlackRock in a video tweeted out on Tuesday. In the tweet, Sanders said, "Funding the slashing and burning of our planet's lungs is a disgrace."
Using the hashtag on Twitter, supporters of the Vermont senator encouraged donors to the Massachusetts senator to request refunds via ActBlue over the dispute.
Fans were hoping Lopez would receive her first Oscar nomination for her role in the 2019 blockbuster "Hustlers."
Twitter users accused Pelosi of defending the regime in Tehran, though she condemned its shooting down of a passenger airliner last week and its regional strategy.
Gaddafi was captured and killed by Misrata militia members during the Battle of Sirte in 2011.
The Brooklyn Nets forward and two-time NBA finals MVP got into an argument on Twitter with former teammate Kendrick Perkins.
A contestant on 'Family Feud Canada' went viral after answering "chicken" to a question about Popeye's favorite food, confusing the cartoon character with the fast-food chain.
On Thursday, Seth Rogen tweeted that he was "flattered" after Twitter users said that a dog looked like him.
While the president has signed increases in cancer research funding, the American Cancer Society says "the impact of those increases are not reflected in the data contained in this report."
On Wednesday, Twitter announced that a new feature will allow users to limit who replies to their tweets.
Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters tweeted Monday that Republicans who "shield and protect" President Donald Trump are "responsible for dragging us to war."
The photo was confirmed as a fake in 2015. Gosar clarified he knew the picture wasn't real, but his "point remains to all but the dimmest."
French bookseller Julie Goislard took to social media to complain about malfunctioning ATM machines at her bank and had all of her accounts shuttered.
"This Media Post will serve as a reminder that war powers reside in the Congress under the United States Constitution," the House Foreign Affairs committee tweeted.
The president tweeted Saturday night that the U.S. has identified 52 Iranian sites to target in a potential attack.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Friday that President Donald Trump's drone strike in Iraq constituted an "act of war" and that "war endangers us all."
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has changed the name on her verified Twitter account to read "Sharon" in line with what some on the platform have called "genuinely the greatest wrong answer of all time" given on the BBC quiz show Celebrity Mastermind.
"It is only logical to appeal to Iran's pride by apologizing. I'm taking one for the team. #TeamStayAlive," Rose McGowan wrote on Twitter on early Friday morning.
Secretary of Defense Dr. Mark T. Esper told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell that Iran should be a "normal country" and stop engaging in what he referred to as "bad behavior."
"People hate blackness so bad" Lennox tweeted, to which Taylor replied: "No lies detected," after a Twitter user went after their looks Wednesday.
"I'm going to miss seeing my friend @JulianCastro on the trail," Senator Cory Booker tweeted.
Kiss frontman Gene Simmons tweeted a photo of ice cubes in his cereal, and the internet was very confused.
On Tuesday afternoon, singer Mariah Carey's Twitter was hacked by members of the Chuckling Squad. Over 50 tweets were posted before being cleaned off of her timeline.
"The U.S. Embassy in Iraq is, & has been for hours, SAFE!" the president tweeted.
After President Donald Trump tweeted that Democrats have no impeachment case against him, attorney and Trump critic George Conway asked, "Why not let all your people testify? What are you so scared of?"
Richard W. Painter described Attorney General William Barr as the "most dangerous" in United States history, citing what he described as religious zealotry.
On December 30, President Trump retweeted a link to the Breitbart store selling "Impeach Santa!" Christmas hats. The store redirected to an empty storefront and currently redirects to the site's front page, indicating they had sold out before his retweet.