(CNN) - Donald Trump appears to be once again suggesting a link between vaccines and the rise in autism, a theory that's been debunked numerous times in recent years.
"If I were President I would push for proper vaccinations but would not allow one time massive shots that a small child cannot take – AUTISM," the business mogul and reality TV star wrote on Twitter Thursday evening.
Updated 4:30 p.m. ET, 3/9/2014
(CNN) – Mitt Romney, 2012 GOP presidential nominee, and his former running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, tweeted Sunday that they bumped into each other at the airport.
(CNN) - The Seahawks may have crushed the Broncos on the field, but Hillary Clinton was arguably a dominant force on Twitter during the Super Bowl, with one of the most viral tweets of the evening.
It’s so much more fun to watch FOX when it’s someone else being blitzed & sacked! #SuperBowl
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 3, 2014
Washington (CNN) – One day after President Barack Obama said he wishes Washington worked a little more like it does in the Netflix series "House of Cards," the star of said program is offering his help.
Kicking off a meeting with top tech executives at the White House on Tuesday, Obama asked if Netflix's CEO Reed Hastings brought advanced copies of the hit web series, which enters its second season in February and focuses on Kevin Spacey's power-hungry character, Rep. Frank Underwood, as he skillfully maneuvers politics inside the Beltway.
(CNN) - A White House national security official was fired after sending sometimes insulting messages on Twitter under a fake name, a senior administration official said.
The story about National Security Council Director of Nonproliferation Jofi Joseph was first reported by the Daily Beast.FULL STORY
New York (CNNMoney) - Al Gore may not have invented the Internet, but he did try to buy one of its most popular social networks.
The former vice president told Bloomberg Television on Thursday that he and former Current TV co-founder Joel Hyatt tried to buy Twitter.FULL STORY
(CNN) – President Barack Obama's sweeping health care effort got a star-studded endorsement Wednesday.
Pop superstar Lady Gaga took to her Twitter page to tell followers to sign up for health care, promoting the White House's Affordable Care Act a day after the health care exchanges hit the market.
(CNN) – Some government entities took to Twitter to notify Americans that they're going dark in light of the government shutdown.
While some kept it straight, others took a more light-hearted approach. (On a related note, be sure to see below how Google is tipping its hat to Yosemite National Park's 123rd anniversary.)
Due to government shutdown, we will not be posting or responding from this account. Farewell, humans. Sort it out yourselves.—
(@NASAVoyager2) October 01, 2013
In the event of government shutdown, we will not be posting or responding from this account. We sincerely hope to resume tweets soon.—
Asteroid Watch (@AsteroidWatch) October 01, 2013
(CNN) – He's only been on Twitter for a few months, but former president Bill Clinton has almost mastered the "selfie."
He's not quite there yet, as evidenced by a photo posted Tuesday on Twitter of him and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.