With more people trying their hand at short-form videos, TikTok saw a major increase in users while people practice self-isolation due to the coronavirus.
Pixie the hamster is great at navigating the colorful terrain.
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez recently imposed a 15-day state of alarm that restricted free movement in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19, which has spread rapidly in the country.
"Look out for others. Stay home."
The owner of a Mexican restaurant in Cincinnati sat down with two elderly men with special needs and prepared their fajitas for them.
The rapper challenged fans to try to rap along to his fastest track with the winner receiving a signed lithograph, a pair of Beats, and a shoutout from the rapper.
The South Korea expert went viral in 2017 when his children interrupted his live interview with the BBC.
Definitely not for the squeamish, the actor and others react to the unsettling viral video that takes an unexpected turn.
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.
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.
As YouTube celebrates 15 years on the internet, these are the videos that were viewed more times than any other each year.
In an exclusive clip from the upcoming documentary 'Viral,' former President Bill Clinton discusses how Antisemitism spreads on the internet and former FBI agent Brad Orsini discusses training given at the Tree of Life synagogue shortly before the tragic shooting in 2018.
Elijah Osborn shared videos of workers in the kitchen at QQ Sushi & Kitchen in Spokane, appearing to violate health codes.
People are uploading videos of broomsticks standing upright.
If you're wondering why the salad you bring to work hasn't satisfied your hunger for food or happiness, a recent viral Twitter thread has the answer.
A contestant on 'Family Feud Canada' went viral after answering "chicken" to a question about Popeye's favorite food, confusing the cartoon character with the fast-food chain.
"Here's hoping this goes over better the second time.... Merry Christmas to my actual girlfriend," actor Sean Hunter wrote on Instagram.
A TikTok video posted to Twitter has caused a heated online debate: Is he swinging towards the building or towards the camera? 2019's version of 'The Dress' has arrived just in time for the holidays.
"I didn't think she would get excited for this," the 2-year-old's father said.
Kiefer Police Chief Johnny O'Mara's complaint about the word 'PIG' printed on the cups ordered by one of his officers went viral last week.
"Listen Lynda" is remembered a clear fan favorite.
"I don't believe I've ever been called a lying motherf***er before," Buttigieg told the writer over the phone.
Bob Lonsberry was met with a barrage of responses after he made his point on Twitter.
Grady Hendrix, an American author whose books include Horrorstör and My Best Friend's Exorcism, shared his story on Twitter in a 19-part thread on Tuesday evening.
100-Year-Old Grandma Winnie Fools Everyone by Holding MAGA Hat, Only to Call For Impeaching 'Sucker' Trump
Many got a surprise kick out of the video, assuming the elderly woman was about to voice her admiration of President Donald Trump only to discover the misdirection as she tossed the MAGA hat to the side.
Although the clip may look like it's been Photoshopped, trees burning from the inside are a documented occurrence.
The demonstrator's sign has resonated with many fans of J.K. Rowling's series.