It started as one of those ridiculous controversies of the Trump era. In May and June 2017, then-President Donald Trump blocked a few Twitter trolls who were criticizing his tweets. The next month, those trolls, backed by Columbia University’s Knight First Amendment Institute, sued the president, alleging that blocking them on Twitter violated the First Amendment.
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Long before becoming a president, 31 years ago, the then-senator Joe Biden visited IUP.
Former 'Celebrity Big Brother' star Perez Hilton tips the Duchess of Sussex to run for US President.
Seth Rogen has opened up on the unique experience of working with Snoop Dogg on his apocalyptic comedy 'This Is The End'.
The final decision on whether to run, he said, is up to his family.
Robert Arena, the executive director of the Lehigh County GOP, said committee members will hear arguments and then hold a vote at the meeting.
Party officials are taking Toomey to task for his vote to convict Donald Trump during the former president's second impeachment trial.
A censure vote is a symbolic gesture that may have no real effect on the senator since he isn't seeking reelection next year.
165,000 county residents have registered for vaccinations but the supply is lagging.