The social network releases more details on how it will punish those engaging in abusive and hateful behavior.
A suspected Japanese serial killer is alleged to have lured his victims after they expressed suicidal thoughts on Twitter.
After a trial run, Twitter is officially doubling its signature 140-character limit. Meanwhile, larger issues remain.
Russia Today and Sputnik won't be able to advertise on Twitter anymore. But they'll still be able to tweet.
The social media company pulls in new users even as it grapples with ways to tamp down ugly behavior on its platform.
Pushing back against trolls and edging forward with a redesign, Twitter hoped to attract new users. Its second-quarter numbers tell a different story.
The former Goldman Sacks investment banker takes over for Anthony Noto, who was named COO last year.
The social network gets a makeover to fix what frustrated regular users and kept others away altogether.
In a rare Q&A, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shares his thoughts about the president, preventing harassment and the company's future.
CEO Jack Dorsey tweets his affection for the struggling social network using a #LoveTwitter hashtag.
Jack Dorsey puts out an open call for suggestions, using the hashtag #Twitter2017. It seems people are hankering to edit their tweets.
NSA whistleblower will take questions posed over Twitter and offer answers on live-streaming app Periscope.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.