The shelter given to a site that has help promote such baseless theories such as the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax perpetrated by actors and more recently that Democrats planned to “launch a civil war” has come under closer scrutiny.

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For fans of L.A. Dodgers player Kiké Hernández, this viral photo picked a bad target for a laudable message.

A lemon rolled down a hill, and somehow became an online hero. Do not question the lemon.


Somewhere in the world, there’s a painting that looks like you. And Google will find it.

Google's Arts & Culture app will tell you if you're a full-on Monet.

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Musk's invention of a child-size submarine wasn't used in Thailand. He still became a part of the rescue story.

Many said the High on Life exploits were pointless and dangerous vanity, putting young lives at risk for bragging rights and social media fame.

The story about how Facebook had censored one of the United States’ founding texts on the grounds that it was hate speech has traveled around the world.

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Claiming that America is on the verge of a civil war is kind of Jones's thing.

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Democrats aren't converting to the right wing in droves. But #WalkAway doesn't have to be true to go viral.

These reporters, though, seemed bound by their duty, even in a time of crisis. So they did their jobs — taking to Twitter to get details out has quickly as possible.

For some, making videos is a hobby. But increasingly, young people see it as a potential career, especially at conventions like VidCon.

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