Twitter suspended 70 accounts that sent out duplicate messages in support of Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg saying the accounts violated its platform manipulation and spam policy.
Users had a strong reaction over the controversial depiction of Charlie Brown's friend, Franklin Armstrong, the first African American character created for the 'Peanuts' strip.
Distance just can't keep "Below Deck Mediterranean's" and Colin Macy-O'Toole and Bobby Giancola apart.
Twitter users are copying and pasting the message about Larry Tesler from each other over and over again.
Former FBI Director James Comey replied to a Thursday tweet about him from President Donald Trump with an animated GIF of singer Mariah Carey asking "Why are you so obsessed with me?"
Anti-liberal Harvard Law professor Adrian Vermuele sparked controversy Thursday on Twitter by saying a group of principled conservatives would comprise the "first group for the camps."
The life and music of the legendary rock singer was commemorated on social media Thursday.
In a Wednesday tweet, the Transport Workers Union of America blasted former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, calling him "anti-union" and referring to him as "wannabe president plutocrat."
Some grownups are still afraid to swim in the ocean because of "Jaws."
Jamad Fiin's dribbling video went viral on Twitter, causing the term "Allah Iverson" to trend.
Kevin Freshwater posted a video of him asking Charlotte Awbery to finish the lyrics to 'Shallow' and Twitter loved it.
Attorney General William Barr is reportedly considering quitting his position over President Donald Trump's social media posts.
"#WheresWarren" became a trending topic on social media Tuesday after a poll co-sponsored by NBC News did not offer Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as a choice on some survey questions.
President Donald Trump told Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg Tuesday that he would rather run against him than current Democratic front runner Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted Tuesday that President Donald Trump's recent pardons "granted clemency to tax cheats" and "Wall Street crooks."
Twitter users and celebrities shared a viral game of "Never Have I Ever," with some people questioning their life choices and others celebrating their own.
The YouTube star, who has 3.7 million followers on Twitter, shared a motivational message on Monday, but followers did not find it to be so inspiring.
"I just thought it was a bit funny," Chinedu told Newsweek.
A British man's tweet about waiting in line for an hour at an Amsterdam airport went viral with many explaining the consequences of Brexit to him.
Fox Business host Lou Dobbs said Attorney General William Barr "doesn't get what this president has gone through" on television program Thursday, one day after he applauded Barr for "doing the Lord's work."
Attorney General Bill Barr's criticisms of President Donald Trump's tweets about ongoing cases will cast a pall on Trump's post-impeachment tirade, said Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Maggie Haberman. "I can't see [Trump] hearing this and saying, 'Yes, I get it. That's cool,'" Haberman said.
Trump responded to Bloomberg's new campaign strategy of meme accounts posting sponsored content, by sharing a doctored photo of the candidate, while calling him "a 5'4" mass of dead energy."
"This video has the internet legitimately divided," wrote journalist Marina Marraco.
While supporters often called for "four more years" or a border wall, critics of President Donald Trump cracked jokes at his expense.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was mocked on social media after offering a special sale on personalized videos, claiming he would provide "the best Valentine's Day gift ever."
"It is not the fault of Iowa, it is the Do Nothing Democrats fault," Trump tweeted in February.
Former basketball player Dwyane Wade and his wife, actress Gabrielle Union, introduced their trans daughter, Zaya, to the world Tuesday. much to the delight of supportive social media users. "It's OK to listen to, love & respect your children exactly as they are," Union tweeted.
During a performance at a Bernie Sanders campaign rally, the Strokes performed fan favorite "New York City Cops," as police tried to stop fans from invading the stage.
Now everyone is fascinated by standing brooms upright.
People are uploading videos of broomsticks standing upright.