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Rep. Devin Nunes’ sued an anonymous Twitter account for making fun of him. Now it has more followers than he does.
Devin Nunes's lawsuit against the Devin Nunes' cow Twitter account that's mocking him has helped the account go viral.
Machelle Hackney was arrested for allegedly locking her seven adopted in a closet for days without food, water, or bathroom access.
YouTube star Shane Dawson proposed to his boyfriend days after apologizing for joking about sexually assaulting his pet cat
YouTube star Shane Dawson proposed to Ryland Adams. Dawson's engagement comes after he apologized for saying he sexually assaulted his cat.
A fitness influencer who some say is a ‘scammer’ still hasn’t issued full refunds for nutrition programs weeks after followers calle...
Fitness influencer Brittany Dawn Davis has yet to issue full refunds to customers weeks after a wave of complaints that she "scammed" her followers.
The alleged New Zealand mosque gunman told people to ‘subscribe to PewDiePie.’ Here’s the story behind the notorious YouTube star.
Between being name-dropped by the alleged New Zealand shooter and his feud with T-Series, the YouTube star and gamer is at the center of the culture war.
On Monday, word got out that MySpace has lost any video, picture, or music uploaded before 2016. Many are joking about the data loss on Twitter.
Shane Dawson, a popular YouTube star, apologized for saying he sexually assaulted his cat, saying it was a false story he told for shock value.
People are mocking J.K. Rowling for saying Dumbledore had an ‘incredibly intense,’ sexual relationship with Grindelwald
J.K. Rowling is being mocked on twitter for saying that Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald had an "incredibly intense" sexual relationship.
People with disabilities are sharing their uncomfortable experiences with able-bodied people on Twitter
Twitter user Imani Barbarin encouraged fellow disabled people to share their uncomfortable stories of ableism on Twitter with the hashtag #AbledsAreWeird.
Reddit shut down a 400,000-person community devoted to videos of people dying after users posted footage of the New Zealand mosque massacre
Reddit banned the r/watchpeopledie, r/gore, and r/WPDTalk subreddits after the mass shooting that killed at least 49 people in New Zealand.