It's amazing how much trouble can be stirred up in 140 characters. The 2012 Olympics are being shaped, shaken and indisputably changed by a social media revolution that four years ago in Beijing was in its toddlerhood.
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Here's the latest news for: Wednesday, Aug. 1. Power restored across India after historic failure; Gore Vidal, celebrated author playwright, dies; Texas' Cruz goes from longshot to easy victory; Colo. swimmer's gold gives state reason to cheer.
Author Gore Vidal dies; Cuba Gooding Jr. sought on warrant in New Orleans; Michael Jackson's mother plans event in Indiana.
Here's the latest news for: Tuesday, July 24th. Families of theater shooting victims plan goodbyes; Penn State sanctions echo through community; Public hearing set on proposed NY sugary drink ban; Suzuki singles in Yankees debut, 4-1 win over M's.
Mariah Carey to be judge on Idol; Police called to the home of Michael Jackson's mother; Chuck Berry to be honoured by RRHF.