Twitter users are younger, more likely to identify as Democrats, more highly educated and have higher incomes than U.S. adults overall.
Arianna HuffingtonNew from @pewresearch: 10% of users send 80% of U.S. tweets and those of us on Twitter are "more likely to say that immigrants strengthen rather than weaken the country and to see evidence of racial and gender-based inequalities in society."
...And How Biggie and Arianna Huffington taught him about wanting better for his kids.
Arianna Huffington"I’m a father of identical 3-year-old twin boys and YouTube programming is becoming a big part of their lives. Screens take their attention away from other things and, at times, become central to their in-home existence." — @iamRobStone
LIVE NOW: How can leaders rethink and reinvent to drive growth in an era of disruption? Fortune CEO Alan Murray and Thrive Global CEO Arianna Huffington join our Omar Abbosh—co-author of the new book...
Thrive Global's founder and CEO shares her take on the big headlines from the week, plus some fun extras.
Arianna HuffingtonThe actual phone function is the one thing we hardly use our phones for anymore, and yet that’s still what we call them. It’s time for a more accurate name for what they really represent in our lives. Any ideas? Plus, more from my weekly newsletter.
"Perfection is not a prerequisite of leadership. But we can forgive ourselves for believing it is."
Arianna HuffingtonAbby Wambach: “Imperfect men have been empowered and permitted to run the world since the beginning of time. It’s time for imperfect women to grant themselves permission to join them.”
If you don't want to return to work postpartum, there's nothing to be ashamed about.
Arianna Huffington"Women are often between a rock and a hard place when it comes to motherhood and their career. Go back to work and we’re bad moms. Walk away from our career and we’re throwing away our future. It’s a terribly unfair decision."
Steubenville, Ohio, was once best known for high school sports and as the birthplace of Dean Martin. But when a teenage girl was sexually assaulted by two members of the football team, the shadowy hacker group Anonymous caught wind of the story and...
Becoming a parent is truly one of the most transformational life stages we enter. It’s a time when your day-to-day changes, and “normal” is thrown out the window.
Arianna HuffingtonBecoming a parent is a transformational change that forever alters the "normal" you've been used to. That's why @thrive is excited to shine a spotlight on @littlespoon's advice column for new parents, "Is This Normal." (Spoiler: It usually is!)