Facebook wants to make it harder for state-backed media outlets election to blend into your News Feed. It also knows the Kremlin’s shitposting operation so successful in 2016 is likely to evolve in response.
Earlier this month, a leaked video made the rounds on Japanese social media of four teachers at Higashi Suma Elementary School in Kobe, Japan trying to force-feed a younger colleague extremely spicy curry.
There’s a new, easy way to tell the difference between Smallfoot and Abominable, two seemingly identical animated movies about a yeti that came out within a year of each other. The former stars Zendaya
With each passing week, former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge’s UFO research organization keeps giving us reasons to take it more seriously. The group, called To the Stars Academy, just signed an agreement
Yi Yin, a Facebook engineer who was fired days after speaking to the media about an employee who killed himself says that he wanted to stand up for Chinese engineers at the company who feel silenced because
Just hours before the landmark trial to litigate the opioid epidemic was set to start Monday, four of the six remaining drug-company defendants reached a last-minute $260 million settlement deal with critically
The charred remains of five people were discovered in a garment factory set fire by protesters on the outskirts of Chile’s capital Santiago Sunday, as weeks of simmering protests over inequality turned
The Trump-mocking just keeps coming from former defense secretary Jim Mattis and his staff. Last week Gen. Mattis got in some choice jabs at the president at a black-tie dinner, and now we have an excerpt
“Gravity crystals” aren’t just consumable items in Fortnite anymore. A scientist has figured out how to use cheap household materials to create gravity crystals to study the exotic interiors of distant
Julian Assange struggled to say his own name and date of birth when he appeared for his latest extradition hearing Monday morning. “I can’t think properly,” he told the judges. The WikiLeaks founder appeared
Syrian Kurds pelted withdrawing U.S. forces with potatoes in anger over their abandonment by Washington on Monday. A video posted by the Kurdish Hawar News Agency Monday showed a convoy of U.S. armored
Ted Nugent warmed up the crowd, leading with a sentimental anecdote about deer hunting in northern Michigan before flowing into a guitar-backed riff imploring the audience to vote for freedom. "I think