Whoever is in charge of the Monopoly Facebook page has some pretty strange ideas in his or her head, it turns out.
Stinson Hunter is responsible for over 50 convictions of men caught grooming young girls. He held a meet-and-greet for his fans. Here's what happened.
Then Motherboard explains how Facebook is using artificial intelligence in a new feature for blind users, and VICE Sports tells us how a lucha libre wrestling school is trying to change the sport's regulations.
This morning, authorities around the world open investigations after the Panama Papers leak, the Democratic candidates agree to a debate date, Facebook launches a new photo tool for blind people, and more.
"Why in Merlin's saggy balls have an age restriction?" one angry adult muggle wrote on the Facebook event's page.
This morning, Trump threatens to sue over Louisiana delegates, a Taliban group claims responsibility for Sunday's suicide bomb, Batman v Superman makes over $424 million in the box office, and more.
The Facebook group where people go to get told their poached eggs look like ball bags.
In 2014, Indiana University received funding to start the Truthy Project, which is dedicated to studying the spread of data and why things like memes go viral. We called the professor in charge of it to discuss dank memes and their effect on the election…
Birth photographer and doula Angela Gallo thinks that the way images of birth are banned from some sites reflects larger problems with how people discuss birth.
Emad El-Sayed, the 24-year-old who's facing deportation after he threatened to kill Donald Trump on Facebook, isn't the first case of social media screwing with immigration status.
This morning, Trump's rivals promise to back him if he wins the Republican nomination, Kim Jong-un has the North Korean military on "pre-emptive attack" mode, Kendrick Lamar drops a surprise new album, and more.
When I was diagnosed with testicular cancer, social media became a way to control my own cancer narrative, with honesty and humor.
This morning, Rubio lays into Trump at the latest Republican debate, polls open today in Iran, Facebook employees have defaced a Black Lives Matter slogan, and more.
This morning, the US government is suing Ferguson for failing to adopt police reforms, 50,000 people have been displaced after fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo, Paul McCartney loves emojis, and more.
This morning, Michael Bloomberg is thinking about running for president, nine people are dead after a train crash in Germany, India rejects Facebook's free internet offer, and more.
This morning, Julian Assange has said he will turn himself over to UK police on Friday if the UN rules against him, Sanders calls Clinton a part-time progressive, Facebook wants 5 billion users, and more.
We asked our writers to look back through their archives and remember the clove-cigarette-smoking, shoplifting, lip-ringed days of their youth.
The internet is full of trolls making threats. Why do they so rarely end up in prison?
187Gangstersz is an Instagram page packed with footage that has been recorded within prison walls. We spoke to one of the account's administrators.
"Cait is more then welcome to stay at my house with my family any time. I will have a wine or a beer with her quite happily and it would be an honour." [sic]
People are doing their bit in the fight against the Islamic State by writing to their friends on Facebook.
Nobody wants to keep being reminded of a former flame. Facebook is making it so that you don't have to.
Looking into the growing trend of managing periods with porous objects that are technically animals.
On Saturday, Queensland police announced that a decomposed body had been identified as Tiahleigh. Sunday night saw 400 people attend her vigil.