Some posts – like the infamous "Swamps of Dagobah" tale – have become the stuff of legend. We tracked down their creators.
'Birds Aren’t Real' has a following of over half a million people who insist that the U.S. government released a virus to kill off the birds.
Facebook’s own recommendation algorithm is dragging people deeper into the world of Holocaust denial, a new study found.
Whether or not the posts are fake, commenters on the subreddits r/AmItheAsshole and r/Relationships don't only offer help to the people posting for advice, but to readers looking for objectivity about their own romantic lives.
Without women, straight cis men are happy sitting in rooms that contain solely a Lazy Boy armchair, a 60” TV and an Xbox.
Support groups for victims of narcissistic abuse are everywhere. But where do the narcissists themselves go?
Reddit's r/relationships has some 3 million fans, lapping up stories of bizarre relationship quirks. We spoke to some of the people who fabricate those stories.
The moderators of Reddit’s UFO community automatically censored posts referring to ‘Brazil,’ ‘Navy,’ and ‘Pentagon.’
Paranormal enthusiasts say they're using out-of-body experiences to infiltrate forbidden spaces—including the Pentagon.
Viral memes like Harambe and "Damn, Daniel" can quickly fall into obscurity, but that doesn't bother these guys.
As ill-prepared preppers' stockpiles dwindle, homemade pasta becomes an appealing choice for some.
Move over, pineapple pizza—fondant even has a 130,000-member subreddit dedicated to trashing it.