CIA answers your burning questions on Twitter

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The CIA celebrated its one-month Twitterversary today by answering five of the top questions it says it’s been asked on Twitter since the intelligence agency joined the social network.

Those “top questions” apparently vary from whether the agency is hiring — to whether it knows the whereabouts of rapper Tupac Shakur. Shakur was shot to death in 1996, though conspiracy theories persist he still is alive.

Here are the CIA’s answers, which include a dig at Ellen DeGeneres’s famous Oscars selfie, still the most retweeted post of all time on Twitter:

While the CIA is celebrating its first month on Twitter, here’s a look back at its first tweet:

And here are other politicians’ first tweets.

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