Police are investigating claims that a Trump supporter called a child wearing a hijab a "terrorist" in a grocery store.
The streamer, called Nick Kelly, was later accused of faking the reaction and setting up the video for "self-promotion."
By leaving the packages upside down, Amazon's trademark smile logo has been flipped to become a frown.
In footage first shared on Instagram, a man can be seen berating a Jamba Juice employee and a bystander by telling them to "Go back to your country"—and worse.
A video of a Canadian anti-masker is going viral after the altercation became violent and he had to be physically restrained.
An impatient customer at the popular pastry chain lashes out against employees and patrons behind her on line.
Aimee Knight, formally known as Aimee Challenor, was suspended from a U.K political party in 2018 after appointing her father as her election agent—despite him facing child sex crime charges.
The 42-year-old co-hosts YouTube gaming comedy channel Game Grumps and is also the frontman of the band Ninja Sex Party.
"We thank these new donors for their contributions to the success of our mission—because in saving gorillas, we save the planet," said the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund.
DC fans are sharing their thoughts on "Zack Snyder's Justice League" as the critics' verdicts are rolling in.
"As for what the future beholds, well, that's hard to say. To be honest this sub is pretty unpredictable," one community member who adopted a gorilla told Newsweek.
The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund specifically thanked members of the stock trading subreddit after users started donating to the conservation organization as part of a sudden new trend.
The company only just began a rollout of the symbol, but many users are already upset about any potential loss of privacy.
GameStop, as well as other "meme stocks" like AMC, BlackBerry, Naked Brand Group, and Koss Corporation, have seen a boost on Monday morning.
The video game retailer's stock shot up by more than 80 percent to reach $170 in New York on Thursday as the markets opened—and r/WallStreetBets was a flurry of activity.
The Chuck E. Cheese figure is looking worse for wear, missing an ear and the fur on both his arm and torso.
It's not entirely clear where the meme started, but it's spread quickly among crypto holders.
The website has over 2,000 reported outages, mostly in New York, according to Down Detector.
Remarks from Robinhood's Vlad Tenev, Reddit's Steve Huffman and more witnesses were all made available online ahead of Thursday's hearing.
They're participating—along with key figures from two separate hedge funds—in a virtual hearing that begins at noon ET on Thursday.
Dogecoin's latest price marked around a seven percent drop in the last 24 hours, while its latest market cap value also declined by around seven percent.
Some say that the Tesla CEO buying into the cryptocurrency works against his company's conservation goals.
A video shared on Reddit shows an anti-masker at a Home Depot trying to convince customers to "take [their] masks off," while yelling COVID-19 conspiracy theories.
The tweets marked the latest chapter in the tongue-in-cheek relationship between SpaceX and Tesla CEO the cryptocurrency created as a joke in 2013.
Both the rioter camp and the Redditor camp believed in false narratives.
In an AMA on r/WallStreetBets, the billionaire touched on a bunch of points to the aspiring traders.
The real-life "Wolf of Wall Street" made some small adjustments to Leonardo DiCaprio's famous "I'm not leaving" monologue from the 2013 film, to address traders frustrated by limitations put on the trading of meme stocks.
These meme stocks have exploded since last Wednesday after a Reddit-inspired Wall Street boom last week.
The late-night host's comments came amid the Wall Street frenzy that saw amateur investors from Reddit's WallStreetBets community disrupt hedge funds last week by taking on those short-selling GameStop stocks.
Melvin Capital lost 53 percent on its investments in January alone.