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Twitter, Inc.

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  • Twitter, Facebook can be powerful law enforcement tools

    Twitter, Facebook can be powerful law enforcement tools
    To head off problems such as the unruly, violent crowds that descended on Towson and downtown Baltimore this year, police departments locally and across the nation are seeking new ways to tap into Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites. Baltimore...
  • Kanye West gives Michael Phelps shout-out on 'The One'

    Kanye West gives Michael Phelps shout-out on 'The One'
    Michael Phelps has his weight in gold medals and bragging rights to the title "Most Decorated Olympian of All Time." And now he's been immortalized in a Kanye West song. West gives Phelps a shout-out on the song "The One," which is off his new...
  • Twitter user issues apology to Torrey Smith

    Twitter user issues apology to Torrey Smith
    Katie Moody, the Baltimore-based Patriots fan, who is known on Twitter as @katiebrady12 and who has caught major heat after firing off an insensitive tweet to Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith, has issued a formal apology. "I profoundly regret my...
  • Is covering Twitter serious journalism?

    Is anyone disturbed by the current trend of journalists reporting on social media, such as Twitter and Facebook, as if their contents were important breaking news? Does The Sun not aspire to be a respected, award-winning purveyor of serious journalism?...
  • Courtney Upshaw clears up confusion over conditioning test

    Courtney Upshaw clears up confusion over conditioning test
    On Tuesday, several media outlets, including The Sun, reported that Ravens rookie Courtney Upshaw had failed his conditioning test, missed Monday’s practice, and had been placed on the non-football injury list to begin training camp. But a few...
  • The slow drip of America's infrastructure crisis

    The slow drip of America's infrastructure crisis
    This month, a critical link in the city's most essential public infrastructure hit a breaking point: A 120-year old water main burst, shutting down Light and Lombard streets, disrupting commutes and downtown businesses. Only 10 days later, a sink hole...
  • Injured shoulder could keep Dickson out couple of weeks

    Injured shoulder could keep Dickson out couple of weeks
    ATLANTA -- Tight end Ed Dickson salvaged an otherwise disappointing night for the Ravens' first-team offense by going up high and snatching a Joe Flacco pass for a 9-yard touchdown early in the second quarter of the preseason opener Thursday. But on a...
  • Online post about refusal to pay fatal accident claim goes viral

    An online rant by a man whose sister was killed in a car crash in Baltimore went viral this week after he accused Progressive Advanced Insurance Co. of siding with the driver whose car hit his sister's vehicle in June 2010. Matt Fisher's Monday post on...
  • Michael Phelps OTHER tattoo: What the heck is it?

    Michael Phelps OTHER tattoo: What the heck is it?
    Michael Phelps has a tattoo on his hip of the Olympic rings. It's been there quite a while and peeps out from time to time when his shorts ride particularly low as they did today. But with the shorts slung dangerously close to obscenity, what looked like...
  • Tacky tweet aimed at Torrey Smith

    Tacky tweet aimed at Torrey Smith
    Ravens fans seem to think a Twitter user, @KatieBrady12, might have taken her love for the New England Patriots one tweet too far last night, when she posted this on Twitter: “Hey, Smith, how about you call your bro and tell him all about your wi---...
  • Joey Bonavitacola, former Howard football star, dies suddenly

    Joey Bonavitacola, former Howard football star, dies suddenly
    Joey Bonavitacola, a 2012 graduate and former football player at Howard High School, died suddenly on Sunday, Sept. 23, Howard principal Gina Massella announced in a news release on Monday. "The death of any member of our school community is a loss,...
  • Harwood playground to be rebuilt after fire

    Harwood playground to be rebuilt after fire
    A city-owned playground in the Harwood neighborhood of North Baltimore that was substantially damaged in a fire last month and recently drew the attention of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will be rebuilt, according to city officials. A claim to...