After video of Nasra Abukar Ali’s 100m sprint went viral, the country’s sports ministry has hit out against “abuse of power, nepotism, and defaming the name of the nation”.
The Singaporean strummed his guitar as he belted out a worship song on an EasyJet flight out of Poland, where he was volunteering with Ukrainian refugees.
Data shows that videos of black people dying get attention. But it’s also traumatic.
So can we go back to buying ice cream and feeling reasonably confident that no one else's tongue has touched it? OF COURSE NOT.
The video may be staged but the birds are real.
That viral photo apparently showing a hoodied Bieber chomping into the middle of a burrito was a hoax perpetrated by YouTube pranksters Yes Theory.
We’re learning to care less and less about what weird shit resurfaces from political candidates’ viral video pasts.
Trump's most recently maligned cabinet member gets a 'Last Week Tonight' sendup.
"When I go to a property that’s completely out of control, I find that the employees and managers are frightened."