While many women experience miscarriage, few talk about it openly. But researchers have found there is discussion and a lot of sharing happening on social media. Their hope is that greater public discourse will help reduce stigma and the sense of isolation that some women feel.
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Former President Barack Obama's tweet after the violence Charlottesville, Va., is now the most-liked tweet ever. The tweet quoted Nelson Mandela and included this photo of Obama visiting a daycare in Maryland.
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Peter Cvjetanovic (right) chants while holding torches at a march organized by neo-Nazi, white supremacist and white nationalist organizations in Charlottesville, Va., on Friday night.
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Worshipers at the Walloon Reformed Church of St. Augustine in Magdeburg, Germany, participate in a service where the congregation is encouraged to tweet about the liturgy and share their prayers online.
A Reddit post of a man in a business suit with the CNN logo for a head getting demolished by Trump in a wrestling match, was shared by the president himself on Twitter Sunday morning.
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Rep. Mike Quigley has introduced the Covfefe Act, which would expand the Presidential Records Act to include social media. Above, the Illinois Democrat on Capitol Hill on Monday.