Twitter’s stock tumbles 6.4% as it bans over 70,000 accounts questioning US election results

“Misleading and false information surrounding the 2020 US presidential election has been the basis for incitement to violence around the country,” Twitter said. By Josh Plank, World Israel News Twitter announced on Monday that it has suspended more than 70,000 accounts since Friday following last week’s protest over the certification of election results in Washington, […]

What Does “TTYL” Mean, and How Do You Use It?

by VANN VICENTE Has anyone ever sent you the four-letter acronym “TTYL” instead of saying goodbye? Here’s what this popular internet slang term means, and how you can use it in your next online conversation. “Talk to You Later!” TTYL stands for “talk to you later.” This initialism is used to tell someone you’re leaving […]

Is Remote Work Our Destiny?

by Neal Freyman Did we catch you at home? Thought so. Memorial Day Weekend, typically one of the busiest travel periods in the U.S., is almost unrecognizable this year. Highways are open, airports are mostly empty…even the line at Seacrets in Ocean City isn’t looking too bad.  None of this is surprising to travel execs, […]

Boxer Dog Helps His Blind Companion Down the Stairs

by Katherine Rodriguez A boxer dog named Dexter is going viral for leading his blind canine companion, Ginger, safely down a flight of stairs, according to a video. The video showed Dexter using his body and the wall to safely guide Ginger down the stairs without falling. He patiently stopped on each step, waiting for […]