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Adam Scott asked Mitch McConnell to stop using his image, and the campaign responded with a ‘Parks and Rec’ photo of him as the ‘ice...
Mitch McConnell's campaign tweeted a GIF of Adam Scott from the hit show "Parks and Recreation," where he played Ben Wyatt, smiling and winking.
YouTube stars Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau apparently got engaged on Monday. You shouldn't believe a word you hear about their "relationship."
Nicole Kidman is constantly going viral. Between awards show details to talk show appearances, here are her finest internet moments.
Elijah Daniel, 25, announced Twitter that he rented Hell, Michigan, temporarily, to celebrate Pride Month. He renamed the community "Gay Hell."
An Instagram influencer is receiving backlash for hiding her negative Dominican Republic experience. Other influencers say she needs to ‘be real...
Cora Smith, who runs the Instagram The_greatescape.blog, defended not detailing her sexual assault claims on Instagram.
It turns out that Instagram influencer construction dad was actually a viral marketing campaign all along
The account @justaconstructionguy was not created by a dad named Omar, as its more than 388,000 followers were led to believe.
An Instagram influencer says she regrets not being fully honest about her Dominican Republic travels as the country faces scrutiny over recent tourist...
Cora Smith, who runs the Instagram The_greatescape.blog along with her husband, Jay, traveled through the Dominican Republic for three months in 2018.
Is Jack Black a time traveler? Have Nicolas Cage and John Travolta been warring for centuries? And just how long has Jay Z been in Brooklyn?
Logan Paul accidentally blocked donations to a suicide prevention charity by making a copyright claim on another YouTuber’s video
YouTube star KSI vowed to donate money raised in a video about abuse allegations to a suicide prevention charity. Logan Paul blocked the donations.
Men are spending thousands of dollars on extreme plastic surgery because they think it will help them have sex
New York Magazine's report delves deep into online incel forums, where men obsess over "Chads," or the good-looking alpha-male ideal.