We looked inside some of the tweets by @AP and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Joe Burrow won the Heisman in a record-breaking landslide, becoming the first LSU player to bring college football’s most prestigious award back to Baton Rouge in 60 years. Burrow received a record 90.7% of all first-place votes available.
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Anna Karina, the muse of Jean-Luc Godard and a legend of French cinema, has died at 79. http://apne.ws/8pEyKfx
A global opioid maker is selling an overdose antidote it calls a lifesaver. Critics call it a ploy to profit off both ends of the crisis. http://apne.ws/xDqGrv4
Ex-FBI Director James Comey acknowledges "real sloppiness" in the Russia investigation but says he feels a sense of vindication because a Department of Justice report didn't find evidence for the most sensational of President's Trump's claims against him. http://apne.ws/BjUFGal
Police in Indonesia have arrested two men suspected of smuggling endangered animals, including lion and leopard cubs. http://apne.ws/wDuozyU
#OTD in 1967, the Silver Bridge between Gallipolis, Ohio, and Point Pleasant, West Virginia, collapsed into the Ohio River, killing 46 people.
Greta Thunberg and Germany's railway company in a tweetstorm after the teenage climate activist posted a photo of herself sitting on the floor of a train. http://apne.ws/njpGxrP
Oscar-winning British actor Colin Firth and Italian film producer Livia Giuggioli have split after 22 years of marriage, their publicists say. http://apne.ws/OrTdgwY
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma's foreign affiliate is selling an overdose antidote, prompting criticism it's cashing in on both ends of the crisis. http://apne.ws/e4emXbw
BREAKING: After two weeks of negotiations on tackling global warming, delegates from almost 200 nations have postponed a key decision on global carbon markets until next year. http://apne.ws/vbKIZsd
Memories are fading of the Battle of the Bulge and the sacrifices U.S. soldiers made 75 years ago to rid Europe of the Nazis. But some grateful people in Belgium have made it their life's work to keep those stories alive. http://apne.ws/vyByAUN
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake has struck the Philippines, killing at least one person, a child. Authorities are searching for people feared trapped inside a three-story building that collapsed. http://apne.ws/71Iwipf
Farmers call Cyprus' tasty halloumi "white gold," but attempts to get a special European Union heritage moniker for the salty, rubbery cheese have become entangled in politics. http://apne.ws/GVUixLp
Volunteers are serving up free food to Iraqi protesters. For many, Baghdad’s Tahrir Square has become a miniature model for the kind of state they dream of, where factional and sectarian politics play no part and public services exist. http://apne.ws/900FMx7
A Purdue Pharma affiliate has expanded abroad, selling addictive opioids using some of the tactics that made its owners among the world's richest. From Europe to Australia, Mundipharma also aims to dominate the opioid overdose treatment market. http://apne.ws/uOn9zKr
An Oregon man convicted of punching a transgender woman has been sentenced to probation. The man punched the victim in the face, splitting her lower lip open, as she stood in line for free coffee and food for homeless people. http://apne.ws/ajTDFd1
U.N. climate talks in Madrid drag into a second day of extra time, with officials from almost 200 countries unable to break the deadlock on key points of difference. http://apne.ws/46JrenW
Police are investigating the vandalism of a Beverly Hills, California, synagogue serving the Persian community. An employee arriving for Shabbat found an open door, overturned furniture and damage to relics. http://apne.ws/x4b2tRD
Newtown High School won a thrilling state football title game on the seventh anniversary of a school shooting that killed 26 people. A victim's brother played linebacker. http://apne.ws/GBVczP3
Anger over plans for a television series about a deadly warehouse fire in the San Francisco Bay Area has led a husband-and-wife writing team to scuttle the project for now. http://apne.ws/atIGghv