As Facebook struggles to stop misinformation, one artist has an unconventional solution.
The president has a habit of sending semi-sincere well-wishes to his "haters."
A tweet from a parody account of the fired FBI agent went more viral than anything the real Peter Strzok has tweeted.
Once, the Internet was fun. It's time to move on.
For fans of L.A. Dodgers player Kiké Hernández, this viral photo picked a bad target for a laudable message.
Many said the High on Life exploits were pointless and dangerous vanity, putting young lives at risk for bragging rights and social media fame.
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.
Roseanne Barr has a long history of using her Twitter account to promote vitriolic memes and conspiracy theories.
This is how it feels to be singled out on Twitter by the leader of the free world.
"Does this post contain hate speech?” Facebook asked, on everything from news articles to cat pictures.