An unauthorized photo of Alex Rodriguez sitting on the toilet in the home he shares with Jennifer Lopez has gone viral.
The photo, which seems to depict Jesus wearing a cassock with his arms outstretched, was compared by some social media users to the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro.
The fundamental flaws in school dress codes have Gen Z students taking action for the right to express themselves. With social media and the internet being their main connections to the world, they are protesting, starting online petitions and creating websites and hashtags to make their case. A high school in Hawaii with a strict code for prom dresses pushed a student to start a petition charging the restrictions with being “discriminating and insulting to girls.” A student in Pennsylvania spoke out against a discriminatory commencement ceremony rule. In New Jersey, after a student refused to take off a head wrap, she and her mother went viral on social media. In Arkansas, Laura Orsi started a website and movement on social media called PassTheSkirt, which encourages students to wear skirts and shorts that are shorter than the rule, post a photo with the hashtag, and then pass the clothing to someone of a different race or gender. And a mom in Texas called out a school district for its "sexist" dress code.
Smoking is prohibited in all North Carolina restaurants, after the state's Smoke-Free Restaurants and Bars Law was put into effect in 2010.
In the video, a man wearing what looks like a Middle Eastern headdress holds up his hands to responding officers. The video also shows the actor firing fake guns at fake victims.
Some commenters are wondering if the theft was a "PR stunt" — but the brewery insists it's legit.
But Hilton also recalled a recent dinner at which she ate just about everything covered in gold.
The students held a sign in the photo that read, "You are racist but I would give anything for you to go with me to prom." Certain letters are bolded to spell out a racial slur.
Kickapoo High School is making headlines again after one student posted a racist rant on Snapchat aimed at black student athletes.
None of this sits well with those who recall Gibson’s anti-Semitic remarks recorded in the police report for his July 2006 arrest on suspicion of drunk driving.
Children who spent all year preparing for their music-and-art festival were victimized by the online hoax.
As a result of the posts shared by the NRA tagging the activist, Watts has been bombarded with death threats against herself and her children.
First lady Melania Trump celebrated the first anniversary of her "Be Best"campaign for children's wellbeing on Tuesday by expanding its mission
Two decades after comedian Roseanne Barr finally moved away from the headlines of crotch-grabbing during “The Star-Spangled Banner,” baseball viewers have seemed to have forgotten the comedian's ill-fated performance. Instead, they're focusing on a recent performance by a "last minute fill-in."
A couple in Vacaville, Calif., were shocked to receive an anonymous letter from a person claiming to be their neighbor telling them to move out.
Charlene Lust shared a photo and video of what she found on social media. Soon thereafter, she says, she was fired.
A recent photo of Debra Messing glammed up for a charity event had her fans wondering if she had gone under the knife — but she says she hasn't.
"If Instagram can censor this great American hero for simply posting a picture with me, who won’t they censor?” tweeted Donald Trump Jr.
High school students in Illinois staged a walkout on Tuesday after pictures of fellow classmates in blackface surfaced on social media over the weekend.
The students in question, who cannot be identified by gender, race, or grade to protect their privacy, allegedly used the "N-word" on a "private social media account which was viewed by "many" in the school community.
In a series of photos that went viral over the weekend, Ismaa’eel is seen posing in front of a group of men holding posters with hateful speech directed at people of the Islam faith.
Some social media posts have caused outrage by joking about gassing inmates.