On Aug. 9, 2010, former JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater reached his breaking point.
The popular hyperlocal websites abruptly disappeared from the Internet, with thousands upon thousands of posts now inaccessible.
People are tweeting at George Papadopoulos, after a former Trump adviser with the same name pleaded guilty to lying to federal officials. They've got the wrong guy.
Do we, collectively as a species, need to talk about where the cheese in a burger in an emoji is supposed to go? Of course we do.
Andrew Anglin has written that Muslims trick children into converting and openly plot terror on CNN. This group just wants to sue him for defamation, but he's nowhere to be seen.
Be very suspicious of this viral Twitter story about a professor grading exams on a plane — and the student who found out his grade in a tweet.
10 years before #MeToo went viral, Tarana Burke was using “me too” to reach women of color who survived sexual violence.
On Twitter, the #MeToo hashtag had been tweeted nearly half a million times as of Monday afternoon.
"Twitter has suspended me,” the actress wrote in an Instagram post. “There are powerful forces at work.”
Many have used the hashtag #MyHarveyWeinstein.