"There's a lot of abuse and a lot of toxicity," Meghan McCain told Newsweek. "And everyone experiences it no matter who you are, sadly."
Trying to interact with Twitter backfired for the former presidential candidate, when she was trolled with Benghazi and Epstein references.
The rapper, who has just won millions in a defamation lawsuit, posted a tweet about talking to the Duchess of Sussex.
Meghan Markle trolls are turning YouTube hate accounts into a big money industry, netting millions across 25 channels, a data analyst estimates.
Meghan Markle trolls are earning thousands from advertising linked to YouTube hate videos in an 'abhorrent' practice, a data analyst tells Newsweek.
A Meghan Markle troll makes more money every month than officer cadets at Prince Harry's former military academy, one of their videos appears to reveal.
A prankster has been praised for his ability to fool three radio hosts with a rant against liberal treatment of Republicans.
A Duchess of Sussex troll has been accused of "blackfishing" in order to abuse Meghan on social media.
Maisy Evans, a 17-year-old from Wales, tweeted from her hospital bed in August, urging people to get vaccinated. Her account has since been deluged with abusive posts.
Meghan Markle hate accounts have been earning YouTube money through advertising—including from human rights charity Amnesty International without its knowledge, Newsweek can reveal.
Meghan Markle has been targeted by 83 dedicated troll accounts but Twitter has taken action against just four on grounds of 'platform manipulation and spam.'
Meghan Markle has been targeted by 83 Twitter hate accounts producing 70 percent of her online abuse, according to an analysis of 114,000 posts.
The masked group goes by the name the Great LonDini and is attempting to expose TikTok trolls to their 2.3 million followers.
"Everyone thinks you're crazy!" comedian Walter Masterson told Greene during a California meet and greet. "I don't think you're crazy!"
"This person is a known ban-evader who very frequently spins crazy lies for attention," a moderator for the subreddit r/namenerds told Newsweek about the post, which was deleted from the community.
Fake followers purchased from troll farms in rural India inflated the Democrat's number of Twitter followers beginning in August, an investigation has found.
The Trump campaign ad shows screaming liberals and Trump smiling on the rising sun in a Facebook ad which skirts rules on Election Day political ad policies.
Dr. Jessica Taylor has been been subjected to online abuse from thousands of angry men who had merely learned the title of her upcoming book: "Why Women are Blamed for Everything: Exploring Victim Blaming of Women Subjected to Violence and Trauma."
Donald Trump Jr. said he's "entitled to hit back" at critics, including Mitt Romney, after "what I've been through" since his father took office.
YouTube personality Trisha Paytas claims to be transgender while maintaining that she identifies strongly with her birth gender, and many are reacting negatively. This is another in what seems to be a long sequence of controversial videos and claims from Paytas.
Acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli compared the Statue of Liberty and Fox News pundit Tucker Carlson.
"Cheering on America to own the libs," the NRCC tweeted, after sharing a video of a Colin Kaepernick interception Tuesday.
The technology billionaire, known for leading SpaceX and Tesla, sparked confusion, intrigue and a slew of memes in response to his latest Twitter escapades.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said the efforts of the western Allies "should of course not be exaggerated."
In the latest war of words between the two countries, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned the U.S. president to "never threaten an Iranian."
Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott said President Donald Trump may not really believe in his own sanctuary city proposal, perhaps just floating the idea to "make everybody crazy."
Moscow postal worker Ilya Sidorov facing three years of hard labor for taking part in the infamous Blue Whale Challenge.
Melania Trump gave a speech on cyberbullying as her husband attacked his foes on Twitter.