Colonel David Sutherland had just gotten back from Iraq. His wife picked him up at the Dallas airport and drove him to their hotel. As they pulled up, he remarked, “All I can think about is how to take down this building.”
He looked the same, but he thought differently. He acted differently. And it was hard — really, impossible — for his family to relate.
Sen. Rand Paul's 13-hour filibuster on the Senate floor last night helped to demonstrate the significance of the political hashtag.
For close to 24 hours now, Paul's name has been associated with several different hashtags trending across the United States.
The most popular tag, #StandWithRand, has been echoed on dozens of graphics spread across all forms of social…
Senior Digital Communications Associate Ericka Andersen discusses the connection between Pinterest and politics on NBC 4.…
What social media tool is dominating the numbers game right now? Most people wouldn't guess Instagram -- but that's the one. In the four months since Facebook acquired the company, it has blasted from 30 million users to 80 million.
Politicians were quick to jump on the bandwagon in preparation for election season. President Barack Obama and former Gov. Mitt Romney…
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That was President Barack Obama in 2009, trying to reassure Americans that he was going to wait until after the recession to raise taxes. Now he's begun pushing again for higher…
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