Bryce Harper is supporting his home team in the Stanley Cup Final — Las Vegas. 

(@bharper3407 via Instagram)

@realPOSULLIVAN, tweeting after Nationals star Bryce Harper was spotted at Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final wearing a Vegas Golden Knights jersey. Harper is from Las Vegas, but D.C. fans still didn’t like seeing him supporting the Capitals’ opposing team. Some, however, defended his support for his home team.

Women share tributes to Kate Spade.


@nicolettemason, tweeting a tribute to Kate Spade after she was found dead Tuesday in an apparent suicide. Fans of her work, particularly women, shared on social media how her designs made them feel. “Every time I wear or carry something of hers, people stop me to ask about it, because her work is like a beam of silly fun light in this often dreary world,” @pixie_casey tweeted.

Fox News apologizes for photo mistake.

@JOEL9ONE, Eagles player Chris Long, calling out Fox News on Tuesday after the network mistakenly used footage of Eagles players kneeling in prayer in coverage related to the team’s canceled visit to the White House and national anthem protests. Long called the mistake “intentional and strategic.” Tuesday evening, Shannon Bream of Fox News issued an on-air apology for the mistake on “Fox News @Night.”

Is IHOP really changing its name? 

@MadisonRaine2, tweeting about what IHOP’s name change could refer to. The chain, whose name stands for International House of Pancakes, tweeted Monday that after 60 years, it is flipping its name to “IHOb.” The “b” will be revealed on June 11, but fans started throwing out options. “If it’s anything besides bacon I’ll be sad,” @tysnotfunny tweeted. “Biscuits!!! is the b for biscuits??” @tianakelis18 asked.

Redhead emojis are finally here — sort of.

@rockinhardygirl, tweeting Tuesday as the Unicode Consortium rolled out its new lineup of emojis, which includes people with red hair. It will take some time, however, until the emojis are available in phones through software updates.

Editor’s note: This post has been update to show that Fox News issued an on-air apology on Tuesday evening.