DJ Khaled donating proceeds from Nipsey Hussle song to late rapper's kids
DJ Khaled donating proceeds from Nipsey Hussle song to late rapper's kids Khaled took to Twitter to announce that a track he had worked on with the later rapper, "Higher," would be released. DJ Khaled, via Twitter DJ Khaled, via Twitter Khaled went on to reveal his intentions for releasing the song. DJ Khaled, via Twitter DJ Khaled, via Twitter
Twitter suspends Jewish newspaper, SPD politician for anti-AfD tweets
Twitter temporarily blocked accounts of a Jewish paper and a Berlin politician for allegedly publishing election misinformation. Both offending tweets had to do with criticism of the far-right AfD party.
Age isn't a factor for Biden in 2020 race, former DNC Chair Rendell Says
Ed Rendell, former governor of Pennsylvania and former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, discusses Joe Biden's bid for the U.S. presidency with Bloomberg's Lisa Abramowicz and Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."
Saudi sisters given help after fleeing to Georgia
Two Saudi Arabian women who fled their families to Georgia this week have been offered help by authorities. The sisters are the latest in a stream of women using Twitter to escape the Saudi male guardianship system.
Twitter's growing business in Asia
Bloomberg's Selina Wang discusses Twitter's international business and its efforts to clamp down on election manipulation.
Nicki Minaj joins Ariana Grande, calls out Grammys producer
Nicki Minaj joins Ariana Grande, calls out Grammys producer. Minaj says she was "bullied" by Grammy Awards show producer Ken Ehrlich. Nicki Minaj, via Twitter Minaj has never won a Grammy, despite being nominated 10 times since 2011.
Hundreds of German politicians hacked: media reports
Internal party documents and politicians' personal details have been leaked online over Twitter, a Berlin radio has reported. All of Germany's parties in the Bundestag have been affected, except for the far-right AfD.
Donald Trump's motives for Syria withdrawal remain as murky as its implementation
President Trump's surprising move to order the withdrawal of all US forces from Syria via Twitter stunned Washington. But why he did it and whether his order will be implemented remains murky.