13 hilarious Amazon reviews that are anything but helpful
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This white supremacist tried to bring down #BlackTwitter, but Black Twitter fought back
The plan failed spectacularly.
Florida court rules Americans must turn over passwords to the cops
The ruling challenges Fifth Amendment protections.
The hate crime trackers trying to keep up with Trump’s America
SPLC says more than a third of hate incidents since the election were anti-immigrant.
Privacy groups warn these 2 toys pose security risks for your kids
Maybe tell Santa to skip these ones.
Congress passes law that protects your negative Yelp review
The Consumer Review Freedom Act was introduced to the Senate in 2015 by Sen. John Thune.
Dubstep Cat battles Heavy Metal Cat for YouTube supremacy
Here's an obvious fact: The Internet unanimously loves cat videos. The same can't be said for musical genres.
Nintendo yanks ‘Metroid’ fan film from Kickstarter
Another day, another Kickstarter project taken down because of copyright infringement.
‘Japan World Cup 3’: Everything’s made up and the points don’t matter
Japan's reputation for all things WTF is well-earned, and Japan World Cup 3 proves it.
Kristin Chenoweth and a guest cast a spell over the Hollywood Bowl
Sarah Horn didn't plan on being onstage at this L.A. concert, but look at the green girl go!
You like the Koch brothers on Facebook and don’t even know it
Using memes and generic slogans like "Being American," advocacy groups backed by the Kochs are snagging Facebook likes left and right.
Florida teacher arrested for soliciting students on Facebook
Stevie Glasspool, 31, was taken into custody on Thursday on charges of soliciting a child for unlawful sexual conduct.
Instagram brag about $500,000 watch ends exactly how you’d expect
Keeping up with the Kardashians regular Jonathan Cheban probably shouldn't have geotagged his Instragram photos.