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Local and national public figures react to the Supreme Court’s decisions on DOMA and Prop 8.
Two-time presidential candidate Mitt Romney used life experiences, scriptures and a Mormon pioneer story to encourage Southern Virginia University graduates to live abundantly and in deep waters.
As the search for Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev continues, information about him and his is quickly spreading via social media.
Late Monday night on April 15, NPR’s “the two-way” blog and five NPR Twitter accounts were apparently hacked by an entity calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army.
Many people and news organizations first learned of the explosions at today’s Boston Marathon via Twitter.
Many general conference viewers shared testimonies and expressions of faith today on social media.