Hundred of people reported the site being offline on Monday night.
A woman has been slammed online for allegedly jumping off of a ride at Epcot to steal food from the attraction.
The hack has gone viral, with users claiming boiling lettuce leaves as a tea helped them fall asleep—but the science behind it all is less than convincing.
"I wasn't bothered knowing someone died in my new house, but imagine my surprise when I ripped up the floor and found this."
Lynnewood Hall has a tragic past, having been built for one of the investors of the Titanic, who lost his son and grandson when the ship sunk.
Mai Pham shared a video on her TikTok account of her confronting a man at a swimming pool who had taken photos of her and a friend.
Many home cooks have shot to stardom during the pandemic, without having to leave their own kitchens, by sharing their recipes to TikTok.
"There are actually five states of matter: liquid, solid, gas, plasma and cat" says one TikTok user as the video goes viral, clocking up nearly 30 million views.
The family of LaTerius Smith Jr. have said they discovered him with a belt around his neck, after they believe he attempted a challenge which encouraged users to escape a strangulation.
Costello shared DMs that were allegedly sent to him from Teigen after he was accused of racism—she now claims these are fake.
Georgia Broderick has lived full time in her van for the past two years with her boyfriend, and they are currently renovating it.
The video by Sam Klemke was rediscovered yesterday by Reddit users and captured news moments including 9/11 and John Lennon's assassination.
Ever thought about getting your dog to earn its keep? Well, one woman on TikTok has taught her Golden Retriever to assist with gardening, and it's so adorable.
Minecraft YouTuber, CallMeCarson, has been accused of exchanging messages of a sexual nature with an underage girl.
A precious interaction between a ferocious little kitten and his owner has charmed millions of viewers.
"When we got in the Lyft, I noticed that he was writing down every single address that he was driving to on a notepad in the front seat ... That was the first red flag," the woman alleged.
The video shared online has been viewed 2 million times and captured a woman approaching the customer, who was trying on a shirt, and ordering him to leave the store.
The bride knit her wedding dress while commuting on the New York City subway using over four miles of lace mohair yarn.
A former Disney employee shared an anecdote of Disney's protocol when a visitor dies, reigniting the age-old debate on whether anyone has ever actually died at Disney.
"Kimberly. What is this? This better not have been sent to a man I will disown you," the first part of the text reads.
"Integration Test Email # 1," read the subject line for the email that was sent out on June 17, while the body of the message simply said: "This template is used by integration tests only."
A viral TikTok video shows the worker from West Virginia cannonball into a sink filled to the brim with water and suds.
Many will have walked into pantries while looking for the restroom in strangers' houses, but that might be preferable over this bathroom.
Kyle Young has been eating pizza "the wrong way" for 99 days in an attempt to get a free Tesla, and a somehow-verified fake Elon Musk account had been playing along.
"Hey Jeff," said one of the hecklers. "Do you feel bad when your Amazon workers die in the warehouse sometimes?"
According to the mother, her son accidentally purchased the full self-drive package for their car via the Tesla app. She says she didn't notice the purchase until it appeared on her bank statement.
Nathan Coy's online activity was brought to light by another TikTok user who works to expose misinformation and hatred, especially in the medical community.
A bride wildly claimed that her sister has demanded to hold her newborn at the altar during the ceremony in case she needs to feed the child.
Videos posted online have amassed over 50 million views combined, showing a white woman brandishing a gun at a Black family in a shopping mall.
An undated video has surfaced on TikTok, in which Billie Eilish is reportedly heard using a racial slur and a mock Asian accent, while also purportedly speaking African-American Vernacular English.