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Newt Gingrich's Google Ad Buy Jumps the Cain Train

BY Miranda Neubauer | Thursday, December 1 2011

Politico's Morning Score notes that Newt Gingrich is running ads on web searches for news about Herman Cain in Iowa and New Hampshire with the message "Support the Candidate that can win." In terms of web searches, that ... Read More

Long Island's Online Posse Includes Chuck Schumer

BY Miranda Neubauer | Thursday, December 1 2011

Minor uproar over a joke by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) about Long Island played out on Twitter yesterday. On the Senate floor, McCain, referring to a Supreme Court case, commented, "Isn't it true that Justice O'Connor ... Read More

What Conservatives and Liberals Find On Yahoo! Search

BY Miranda Neubauer | Wednesday, November 30 2011

Depending on political preference, the year 2012 portends either a wholesale revocation of the Second Amendment or a Hillary Clinton presidential run. That's according to data from Yahoo, which last week quietly launched ... Read More

Egyptians Look Online to Find and Share Elections Information

BY Miranda Neubauer | Tuesday, November 29 2011

Elections in Egypt Monday and Tuesday are, according to reports, turning out to be troubling in troubling times: Citizens are reporting lax electioneering rules and little accountability at polling places, in an ... Read More

Sam Brownback, a Kansas Teenager and the Streisand Effect

BY Miranda Neubauer | Monday, November 28 2011

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback (R) may have found his match in a high school senior with a Twitter account. At a Kansas Youth in Government session in Topeka with Governor Brownback last Monday, Emma Sullivan tweeted, "Just ... Read More

Angela Merkel, YouTube Star

BY Miranda Neubauer | Monday, November 28 2011

Three YouTube videos of German Chancellor Angela Merkel answering user-submitted questions on the site for the first time have so far collectively been watched over 95,000 times, according to a press release from the ... Read More