"A detective slapping a completely innocent female in the face for bumping into him, coming out of a corner chicken store."
They started retweeting DJs complaining on Twitter almost three years ago, but only recently did they think, "Hey, I wonder what this big cry-baby's music actually sounds like."
I don't know what it is exactly, but sentences like "I think my Wi-Five is broken" make my blood boil.
In a quest for morality, Banda Aceh is discussing night curfews for girls to prevent "bad behavior."
With the exception of your mom, few people "like" your status because they actually like it. Hell, sometimes people "like" your posts expressly because they hate them.
There's nothing dystopian about the BBC's latest slice of "poverty porn"—it's just the grim reality of life in Cameron's Britain. That's what we should really be getting mad about.
Social media gives black people a way to share their anger and hurt at tragedies that seem to perpetually thrown upon us, even as it also gives strangers a way to attack us.
Caitlin Roper's Twitter has been duplicated multiple times by trolls. We spoke to her about why she's being targeted and how she's coping with it.
Stay tuned for the president's first Dubsmash video.
Hundreds of people in the London Borough of Hackney are furious after being told that they might not be able to vote today due to technical difficulties.
"Raunchy? I don't think I'm raunchy. All my male peers get to talk about their dicks without being labeled dirty."
"Most of the younger patients, who are of the SnapChat generation, they're like, 'Cool! My friends want to watch. They want to watch my surgery as it's happening.'"
Tilly Lawless gave us her take on "empowerment" and why being a sex worker doesn't make her an authority on sex trafficking.
We talked to one of them about how a text message can give away a murderer.
Apart from keeping police, journos and Twitter trolls busy, was there any point to the rallies and counter-rallies? And does either side consider the weekend actions a success?
Your favorite parody accounts might be advertising to you.
South African comedian Trevor Noah is the new host of The Daily Show and the new person everyone has to have an opinion about.
Stephen Delahunty was lost his volunteer role and paid job after some Labour Party politicians objected to a supposedly offensive image on his Twitter feed.
Markets in the US, Middle East and the Asia Pacific are all down, but strangely McDonald's profits in Australia are up. We asked why and ate burgers.
It's become fashionable to blame Facebook for depression, but mental health professionals say that explanation is incomplete.
He tweeted at us—as well as around 100 other seemingly random accounts—asking for help, so we had a chat to see what we could do.
One person's prank is another person's trauma.
Last night the question of what color a dress was set the internet on fire, and by this morning plenty of people were feeling like it should be burned to the ground.