Overcharges continue for months despite customer service promising a fix.
Turning Point USA's overtures to the youth are embarrassing.
Many employees feel like they're part of an unjust narrative that's spiraled out of control.
Florie Hutchinson thought so. So she set to work creating one.
Daniel Libit has broken news about the University of New Mexico athletic department in a singularly specific quest to uncover wrongdoing in college sports.
During the Notre Dame vs. USC game four years ago, Cam McDaniel’s helmet fell off and a meme was born.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: The uncomfortable truth of mattress reviews, the best band from every state and the unlikely Michelin-starred pub in the British countryside.
They say a sharp knife is a safe knife, but good golly why this man is doing any of this is beyond us.
There's a notion that people are willing into invest in pricey fashion staples, and just rent the fleeting trends. Rent The Runway hopes that's true.
A good basketball team plays as a unit. But last night the Phoenix Suns took that concept to the next level when all five Suns players on the floor accidentally started running at the exact same time like a glitch in an old video game.
"The Great Pizza Orientation Test" is perhaps one of the best blog posts ever written. The man who wrote that post is now the co-creator of "Young Sheldon."
Senator John McCain and two Democratic senators will move on Thursday to force Facebook, Google and other internet companies to disclose who is purchasing online political advertising, after revelations that Russian-linked operatives bought deceptive ads in the run-up to the 2016 election with no disclosure required.
Is Ted Cruz the Zodiac Killer? The question lingers in the minds of the American people, but today we must gather to discuss his involvement in a crime that took place on Twitter.
At the height of his fame in 2016, Issa Tweimeh had, by any modern-day adolescent’s accounting, a dream life. And then he gave it all up and disappeared from the internet.
A clip of Melania looking... different has spawned crazy conspiracy theories and a full-blown meme.
At some point between your third coffee and thinking about lunch, an online miracle happened. A bull escaped in Brooklyn and began running free inside of an fenced-in soccer field. We couldn't help but watch.
The groundbreaking discovery of a neutron-star collision unfolded in a flurry of online messages.
Whatever it turns out to be (if it turns out to be anything), the Scaramucci Post is off to a rough start, thanks to a hugely offensive Twitter poll it posted this morning.
Perhaps out of a desire to face justice — or a misunderstanding of the power of social media — Michael Zaydel (aka Champagne Torino) issued a challenge to a Michigan police department: Get 1000 shares on their next post, and he would turn himself in.
The online shopping giant has the user base, but lacks relevancy.
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