The Age of Men is over. The Time of the Pikachu has come.
The worst parts of the Internet can deeply affect those who are hired to moderate it.
"Emma and Cody are with me,” Rose Hall, the biological mother of two of the children in the DaddyOFive family, said.
Alexander McCoy seethed at Trump's remarks about immigrants. Then he settled on a monumental prank.
They paid thousands to attend a luxury music festival. Instead, they got "a tent on a rocky outcropping near a Sandals resort."
The parents behind a controversial YouTube prank channel with nearly 750,000 subscribers have said their family is now in counseling.
For starters, the app's “hotness” filter was lightening skin to “beautify” a face.
Tanya Gersh received more than 700 harassing messages after a neo-Nazi blog called for a “troll storm” against her and her family.
"Social Media can be used for good,” said Wesley Scott Alexander, who started a GoFundMe page for Robert Godwin. His site was later verified by the organization as legitimate.
One reporter's raised eyebrows as White House press secretary Sean Spicer spoke on Tuesday went viral.