Bakery apologizes after replacing baby Jesus with sausage roll in Advent calendar
This advent calendar is not Kosher.
On Nov 16, 2017 by David Britton
Man arrested in baby-abuse case after social media outrage
The suspect posted bail, but he still faces serious charges—and it's in part because of social media.
On Jun 8, 2016 by Lyz Lenz
The #CancelWendyWilliamsShow hashtag has a selective outrage problem
Ariana Grande shouldn't have been the reason for the backlash.
On Aug 14, 2015 by Derrick Clifton
The Beckham pacifier controversy reveals an ugly truth about parental shaming
Parenting is a constant exercise in insecurity, because it's impossible to get completely right.
On Aug 13, 2015 by Dana Norris
Tinder, Trump, and the perils of Twitter tantrums
For an app built around rejection, Tinder just can't handle it.
On Aug 13, 2015 by Skylar Baker-Jordan
Russell Crowe infuriated by fake quote in ClickHole
The actor was *not* entertained.
On Apr 30, 2015 by Gabe Bergado
Stephin Merritt is the biggest troll in the online literary scene
The Magnetic Fields frontman isn't one for sparing feelings.
On Mar 30, 2015 by Miles Klee
Woman’s Brooklyn Bridge selfie catches suicidal man in the background
We just want to know how many "likes" it got.
On Dec 4, 2013 by Miles Klee
Multiracial families respond to Richard Cohen’s race-baiting
Twitter wasted no time laying into Cohen, already a favorite political lightning rod.
On Nov 12, 2013 by Miles Klee
The Tea Party Insult Generator helps you stick it to those ‘fascist libtards’
Leave the outrage to the pros.
On Oct 18, 2013 by Miles Klee
How a gay blogger is tweeting politicians out of the closet
Tweets are now Michael Rogers's medium for muckraking. They’re “like jabs.”
On Oct 11, 2013 by Audra Schroeder
Esquire.com commits the 9/11 gaffe of the day
Here's something the men's magazine can't wait to forget.
On Sep 11, 2013 by Miles Klee
Some guy kicked a kitten on Vine, and now the Internet’s after him
You don't just kick a kitten and get away with it.
On Aug 11, 2013 by Fidel Martinez
Why aren’t people outraged over privacy violations?
What will it take to turn the tide of natural apathy?
On Jun 13, 2013 by Janet Kornblum