This week's newsletter: Why the hate for Bella Poarch is steeped in something all too familiar, and why the latest e.l.f. Cosmetics spon campaign is too much branding, even in America.
It's not a conspiracy. It's just what our brains tend to like.
The office-style setup has been racking up views on TikTok.
A Nevada school board has told teachers they can't engage in political speech — including having a pride flag or talking about Black Lives Matter.
The public reactions to Emily Ratajkowski’s nudes and Paris Hilton’s leaked tape versus Chris Evans' social media exposure reveal how deeply ingrained misogyny still is.
A tweet shows a large bag of eggs being sold at Morrisons for the bargain price of £1.
Photos of the chute have now gone viral as people are figuring out how to have a contactless Halloween.
Mary Harman has filed a complaint against She Should Run, saying the group failed to provide ASL interpretation.
A filter that was accidentally released in the UK is known as the "chubby face" effect.
Maybe Zoom class is good after all.
2020 is going to be the strangest school year of all time.
It will either make you feel really happy or really lonely. Roll that dice!
"Ink Master" Star Daniel Silva Was Sentenced To Jail For The Crash That Killed YouTuber Corey La Barrie
Silva was behind the wheel in the fatal May car crash that killed La Barrie.
"This is what my $25,000 tuition buys me at Texas State!"
Thanks to songs like "WAP," we're moving from merely accepting our pussies to celebrating them in their untameable glory.
A group of former Glossier employees have banded together to call out the cosmetics and skincare company in an open letter.
The Vine's creator, Mohamad Zoror, said Cardi B reached out to him before she made it big.
Nikkie de Jager and her fiancé, Dylan Drossaers, were both at home when the robbery occurred.
In a now-viral TikTok, members of the "Freedom to Breathe Agency," which the Department of Justice has issued a warning about, are seen telling the store employee she could face legal action for asking customers to wear masks.
Hannah Watters was suspended on Wednesday for posting a photo and video to Twitter showing a lack of social distancing and mask-wearing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.