In a world where Trump capitalises words like a sci-fi villain, lowercase has become shorthand for authenticity and vulnerability.
Those born between 1993 and 1998 are plagued by questionable YouTube and Facebook posts created when they were just kids.
Bite-sized, easy to understand financial advice is the latest phenomenon to rise up on TikTok's algorithm.
'That Crazy Disney Lady' showed her friend becoming 'violently' ill with COVID-like symptoms, but later said it was an allergic reaction.
As coronavirus cases continue to surge in the US, a video posted in the ReOpen NC Facebook group suggests burning PPE to own the libs or something.
Symptom-checkers are convenient, but they're also mostly wrong, new research shows.
There's a horrible backstory to that viral video of a moto-riding monkey dragging a toddler, but maybe not the one you'd expect.
Our Corona Film Club viewing – of 'Shrek the Third', no less – was interrupted by a pro-Julian Assange video that played on loop. Others have reported a phantom user harassing them in the chatroom.
Video chat apps like Houseparty may be seeing most of us through coronavirus, but what about the OG chatroom?
Six tourists were arrested after authorities found feces inside the UNESCO World Heritage Site's Temple of the Sun.
In the past decade, Liam's taken to Twitter to call his brother "a fat fuck," "SHITBAG," "a PRICK," "Mr. Kiss Arse," and, uh, other things.
Many fans of influencers say they aren't bothered by advertising and that 'selling out' doesn't really exist on the platform. But why?