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Trump calls parts of Mueller Report ‘total bullshit’ in unfinished tweetstorm (updated)
Trump bashed parts of the report Friday morning.
Ricardo Milos dancing memes are the new Rickroll
He's the jock-strapped model in a red bandanna boogieing across your timeline.
Laura Loomer sues Twitter, Muslim lobbying group over account ban
An internet troll may be at the center of all this.
Facebook says ‘millions,’ not ‘tens of thousands,’ affected by Instagram password bug
User passwords were stored in plaintext for up to seven years.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players are now fighting on giant d*cks
Dick-detection software utterly fails to ban phallic imagery.
Facebook bans many of the U.K.’s infamous far-right groups
Voicing support for these organizations could get users banned too.
A new tool lets you track candidate spending on Facebook—and Trump is crushing Democrats
The numbers are staggering.
Conspiracy theorists got me suspended from Twitter—and now I understand them better
They don't achieve much.
Are teens really eating foods with the ‘shells on’ for a new viral challenge?
Following reports of a new viral challenge, we set out to prove if it exists.
The new Samsung Galaxy Fold already seems to be falling apart
Samsung's $1,980 foldable smartphone apparently isn't doing too well.
Lisa Ann says Equinox trainer looked up her number and sent her a creepy text
'This is about the 10th time in the past three or four years with Equinox.'
Jack Dorsey’s disheveled look becomes a meme on his website
Black hoodie, check. Black beanie that covers ears, check.
Woman stabbed by date she met on PlentyOfFish
She is recovering in the hospital while the suspect is still at large.
Twitter is looking for the people who took a happy Notre Dame photo right before the fire
'Twitter if you have any magic, help him find this.'
Kim Dotcom thinks video game chats can outsmart the NSA. They can’t
Pro-tip: Never use video games to hold sensitive conversations.
Could a digital scan of Notre Dame bring it back to life?
A professor's years-long work could prove more invaluable than ever.