Actual facts not working for you? Social-media users found more than a few ways Kellyanne Conway's phrase could come in handy.
Some Twitter users who weren't interested in following The Donald via the official presidential account, @POTUS, wound up following him anyway.
Keep up with the Obamas after they leave their presidential social media accounts. Here's how.
It's Trump's big day, and social media is inaugurating a batch of trending topics, including George W. Bush's defiant rain poncho and Michelle Obama's Jim-from-The-Office face.
Commentary: One of the top-trending Twitter hashtags on Friday was a familiar phrase with (at least) two entirely different interpretations.
Images of broken storefront windows and fires emerge as protesters express their feelings about President Donald Trump. More than 200 arrested.
Moments after Donald Trump was sworn in as president, @POTUS, @WhiteHouse and @FLOTUS switched to his team. He'll rely on @realDonaldTrump too.
Commentary: There seems to be a touching irony to the background photo that was briefly on Donald Trump's new @POTUS account.
Just a day before the inauguration, we discuss Donald Trump's potential tech policies and tweeting habits.
The social network meets its diversity goals for 2016, but acknowledges it still has more work to do.
Think Donald Trump is the first president to use new media to spread his message? Think again.
Commentary: Say what now? And you thought the president-elect was running for tweeter-in-chief.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.