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46% of U.S. social media users now access platforms such as Twitter and Facebook via their mobile phone, up 9% – almost one-quarter overall – from 2011.
Officials are trying to avoid a repeat of Charlottesville ahead of Monday's pro-gun rally in Richmond, Virginia. The governor has banned weapons, police are creating a secure perimeter, and state and local law enforcement have created a unified command.
Would a female version of Pete Buttigieg make it this far in the presidential race? For Buttigieg's 38th birthday, I searched for 37-year-old women in politics around the country and asked them questions he has answered on ambition, identity and experience
In 2017, Charlottesville police asked if they could ban weapons from a park. They were told they couldn't. That was wrong. It's one of many errors Virginia officials are trying to avoid as they prepare for Monday's rally in Richmond.
NEW: A secret vote pushed Kweisi Mfume out as NAACP leader in the wake of a sexual harassment allegation & amid 'growing dissatisfaction’ with his performance, contrary to what’s always been claimed, according to records I uncovered in Julian Bond’s papers
As crisis gripped Mississippi's prisons, it was the inmates themselves, using smuggled cellphones, who helped alert the public (and Jay-Z) to conditions inside. Still, officials say phones are a persistent threat that fuel violence and unrest. My story:
Even as pressure has mounted for Trump to release emergency assistance to Puerto Rico, the president has maintained his assertions that the money will not be well spent. Those assertions have led to severe restrictions on the $. My latest, w/ @bymarkwalker