Thousands of kids turned up at a parking lot to pick one up.
Somehow "How to make slime?" was a more pressing concern than, say, "How to survive a nuclear blast?"
Spinners are likely a "form of hypnosis" being used to "zombify" people, according to a Russian news report.
Now this is what it’s like when worlds collide.
The football heavyweight visited the show to talk about his big Super Bowl win, partying with Drake, and 'Dancing with the Stars.'
Craftsman and blogger Rob Cockerham walks us through how he built a six foot tall, wearable fidget spinner.
You can also get Kendrick, Justin Bieber, Crass, and Discharge versions of the toy.
The wildly popular toy gets a tech upgrade.
Does it matter if the $178 Rick Owens Fidget Spinner is real or not? Not in this topsy-turvy world!
Definitely a distraction.