The busy day just so happened to coincide with new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls of Iowa and New Hampshire that revealed Bernie Sanders ahead of Clinton in general election matchups in the two battleground states.
The European Union’s highest court ruled on Tuesday that U.S. law isn’t enough to protect European users’ online privacy when it comes to sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google. A trade program known as “Safe Harbor” allowed American companies …
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On Tuesday, Twitter Inc. is making a bold attempt to answer that question by unveiling a long-anticipated feature called “Moments” that presents a slimmed-down version of the chaotic social-media service.
Donald Trump flip-flopping is nothing new. The GOP presidential front-runner has a history of changing his stances, as NBC’s Chuck Todd so pointedly noted back in July.