A man is going viral on TikTok for skewering Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell over the stimulus bill.
David Kangogo has tested positive less than a week after a passenger hurled racist abuse at him for being asked to wear a mask during a ride.
"You know how there's a whole class of white dudes, like just schlubby white dues who went to high school with me but now made it in showbiz?" the comedian said in the viral interview.
The way he used technology in the video confused some, too.
People thought the picture of the sheep was hilarious with some claiming it looked like a former "The Voice" judge or a contender for the next NFL draft.
In a Twitter thread, Avalos criticized politicians for not valuing undocumented workers and said changes need to be made for both immigration and healthcare, with Biden's administration incoming.
There has never been a more creative way to misspell "happy birthday."
Kemsley, who trains with actor Jonny Lee Miller, wrote that he restrained the man for about 15 minutes, while waiting for park security to come and help handcuff him.
The parent ranted to her son Anthony's teacher, saying that the teacher should have told students to mark states that the Trump campaign has filed lawsuits, rather than coloring them in favor of Biden.
The woman who posted the videos has been un-phased by some of the hate comments she's received since posting.
Withers did not respond to our request for comment via Instagram direct message in time for publication, or, for a breakfast invitation.
TikTok viewers are not convinced that Mikah Neufeld's video is real, while others point out the drinks all cost the same in the U.S. anyway.
The video, which sees White hearing a sound of victory for Trump, has gone viral on Twitter, with many setting the prayers to music.
Sanders accurately predicted that Donald Trump would claim a premature victory before all the votes had been counted.
The Ray Charles Foundation gave the anti-Trump group permission to use the song in their campaign ad.
Set to the song "Train Wreck" by English pop singer James Arthur, users are uploading an image of their personalized results from the online platform "15minutes4me."
Keiajah Brooks told the president of Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners: "You age like trash when you're racist."
A new photo of Eilish without her signature baggy clothes has sparked a discussion on body shaming.
A member of New Zealand's New Conservative Party clashed with parenting influencers, Christian Newman and Mark Edwards.
Firstman hypes up the "fly-boss" in the video, and people are loving it.
The unlikely story of a subpar football player and his rise to viral sensation.
Long before it became a hit on TikTok, the classic song was created amid a bad break-up and drug excess.
With a fictional "912" emergency line, Adam Mansbach and A'Darius Bell hilariously respond to people who are too quick to call the police in everyday situations.
A second TikTok video filmed from a different perspective offers up new information on what happened at Nusr-Et.
The viral TikTok is the second controversy to hit the Boston restaurant which opened just 10 days ago.
A new ad features exotic dancers from Atlanta encouraging everyone to, well, take their booties to the polls.
The filter adapts to the user's face and allows them to see what they would look like as an anime character.
The video was shared on Twitter by civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who said it showed racism is "a worldwide pandemic."
Cars stopped along Highway 21, with numerous people filming the mysterious shape flying in the distance.
The Clayton County Sheriff's Office in Georgia said that an investigation had been launched following a social media video that showed an officer using "force."