The confrontation with Republican Senator Chuck Grassley went viral this week after an Iowa woman demanded he defend his past votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
To denounce the severe abortion ban, Georgia state Sen. Jen Jordan drew on her own personal experiences to explain the importance of a woman's right to privacy.
"Do you know how embarrassing this is?" movie-goer Larry Shelton, 40, said.
A Virginia school district is investigating video appearing to show a teacher's assistant wrapping a "Make America Great Again" flag supporting President Donald Trump around a student's head.
A Texas high school teacher gave students a "fake news" assignment intended to illustrate the power of creating and distributing false information -- it resonated far more than expected.
The video, showing a couple missing their cruise ship by a matter of minutes, has been viewed thousands on times online.
"I am not two tons but I did just have a baby," the woman told her fellow passenger.
The school bus set alight after a car crashed into the back of it.
"This type of behavior is not welcome here and is condemned in the strongest terms by me and by our university. This behavior does not reflect the values and principles of our university, our community or our state," said the school's president, Jim Gallogly.
Tanye McNeal of Aurora, Illinois, faces multiple charges over the incident in a hospital emergency room which was captured in a cell phone video.
The video, filmed in Zaozhuang City in eastern Shandong Province, shows the female workers crawling on all fours down a road.
The carpet python named Nike is recovering at a veterinary clinic after being found near death by animal handlers.
Sparked by a viral New Year's Eve fight video at a St. Petersburg location, McDonald's cashiers, cooks and custodians in Florida staged a walkout protest Tuesday morning.
An anonymous bride posed a question that has since gone viral about whether she was in the wrong for kicking a couple out of her kids-free wedding who brought their children anyway.
The mother and children in a viral photo were taken in for processing in San Diego, according to two Democratic representatives from California. However, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection has not confirmed or denied this claim.
"Your success now is our country's success. I am rooting hard for you," George H.W. Bush wrote to incoming President Bill Clinton.
"Well, it's just a report. Hey, fake news, right?" Larry Schweikart told Buzzfeed.
A brief argument over the seating of two homeless men at an Alaska café boiled over into social media threats and accusations of racism before vandals ultimately broke in and destroyed the Anchorage, Alaska restaurant.
"I upheld the ask of me to its fullest extent," she said.
"You're 12?" the officer can be heard asking the boy. "You're about to go to jail."
"I am not mad at her. I am not upset with her. I am not going to go after her legally or anything like that. I wish her the best," the man said.
Little Caesars launched an investigation into a viral video appearing to show a cashier stockpiling and serving frozen DiGiorno pizzas.
An attorney representing the teenager in the video said the officer's actions were "wrong and unacceptable."
President was compared to Marie-Antoinette after telling man finding a job was easy.
Kyle Richards, Naomi Campbell and Doutzen Kroes shared it to shame the hunter.
Camera crews at the US Open caught the act and it has since been doing the rounds on social media.