Research has shown the allure of collective anger, especially on social media.
The website going down happened ahead of President Donald Trump's social media summit at the White House.
Right-wing media activist Ali Alexander tweeted that Kamala Harris was not black enough to talk about the struggles of black Americans.
"The Liberty Police Department was surprised to see this incident slip out, which stinks for the arrestee," the City of Liberty tweeted.
Jonathon Stokes, 26, was detained on Monday and charged with one count of sexual cyberharassment. He claimed he uploaded the sexual video "out of spite," police said.
Joan McInnes is facing an investigation after repeatedly making posts mocking Muslims and disabled people on Facebook.
DownDetector, a platform which tracks website issues, recorded a huge spike in problems. "We're working to get things back to normal as quickly as possible," Facebook told Newsweek.
CVT Soft Serve just shared their 'influencer' policy: Asking for free ice cream in exchange for a mention means paying double
"When you put something out on social media, put the truth out," said Archbishop Justin Welby. "There is no such thing as an alternative fact. There is truth. There is absolute truth. There is opinion and there is truth."
Every once in a while, something special comes along in social media—and "something special" is the only way we can think of to describe TikTok.
"Selfiecides" account for more than five times the number of fatalities, and the numbers are only rising.
"Restrictions like 'Remain in Mexico'...are what caused these deaths and the countless others that occur on the border every day," RAICES said.
A new study links using certain terms in Facebook updates to health problems ranging from depression and drug abuse to Type 2 diabetes.
"The tweet was meant to be humorous and light-hearted, but was hurtful to some," the department wrote in a follow-up tweet.
Scientists were able to identify conditions using data from social media.
Father's Day is celebrated June 16 this year
What is #FurSuitFriday? That's more of a loaded question than you might think.
A conversation is happening behind the scenes.
Although experts disagree about what to call them, obsessives over gaming and social media share characteristics with those who overeat or can't stop drinking, taking drugs or gambling—and these physical tendencies all enabled by big business
"Most of the people say they decided to book after seeing this show. It's almost as though they watch it and then jump on a plane over."
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Delivery Company Sparks Outrage With Picture Showing Cans Dressed in KKK Hoods Lynching a Beer Bottle
The Coquitlam Liquor, Tobacco and Food Delivery company has shut down its website following the backlash.
"The Deadly Underground World of Dogfighting on Facebook" report demonstrates how prevalent and easy it is to find dog fighting.
The man was fined for "throwing rubber bands in a public place."
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said social media has changed millennial players' lives and he's proud of the league's "history of activism" -- he rejected critics' calls to stop players from espousing anti-Trump or other political views.
Use the internet for food recipes, not for products to protect the skin, an expert has warned.
Conventional wisdom says it is liberals who use the internet best to enhance activist causes, but that may not really be the case.
The 26-year-old was accused of convincing victims as young as 14 to send him sexually explicit material.
The suspect's actions "directly exposed the victim to disgrace," Florida police said.