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People are dragging Michael Cohen for a 2015 tweet about Hillary Clinton after he was sentenced to 3 years in prison

Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to crimes he committed while employed by President Donald Trump.
Ted Cruz's mighty new beard.

Ted Cruz has a beard now and the internet is deeply divided over it

Ted Cruz grew a beard. Now that he's had it for two weeks, it's inspired a fresh round of reactions.

2018’s seven biggest data scandals, ranked according to how disastrous they were

From governments to hotels to social media sites, no institution is safe.
A Columbia student went on a racist rant Sunday.

A white Columbia University student’s racist rant is being condemned across campus

Student groups condemned his remarks, and Columbia's Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is reportedly investigating the incident.
We can't forget Knickers, who's simply a very big cow.

19 moments that went viral and dominated the internet this year

Among the biggest stories of 2018 were YouTube influencers like Jake Paul and Lil Tay, and the Egyptian sarcophagus that wasn't cursed after all.

Controversial vlogger Amos Yee, who was granted asylum in the US, has been banned from Facebook and Twitter for promoting paedophilia

Yee posted a message on Facebook offering free lessons to people on how to stand up for paedophiles.

JK Rowling had the best response to Donald Trump’s ‘smocking gun’ typo

People piled in to mock the president for his typo, which was reminiscent of his "covfefe" gaffe last year.
Elon Musk on "60 Minutes."

Elon Musk piles into CBS over ‘very misleading edit’ to comments he made about Tesla’s new chair

Elon Musk specifically objected to a clip of interviewer Lesley Stahl asking him about his replacement as chair of the board at Tesla, Robyn Denholm.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is facing backlash for encouraging people to visit Myanmar, where social media may have helped fuel a mass genocide

The Twitter CEO sparked outrage with his positive Tweets about his recent trip to Myanmar, where social media may have worsened a humanitarian crisis.