This Twitter rom-com has everything: quirky, fun characters, two beautiful personal trainers as the lead, a slow, flight-long unfolding tale of "will they or won't they?"
David Simon returned from his Twitter suspension with a fury on Friday, calling out CEO Jack Dorsey for what he sees as the platform’s hypocrisy in how it deals with trolls. The sum total of my crime against Twitter,” tweeted the creator of HBO series “The Wire,” “Treme” and “The Deuce,” in a lengthy thread (which you can read below). Simon wrote on his personal website two weeks ago that he was suspended from the platform for telling Twitter trolls to drop dead, or as he put it: “Slander is cool, brutality is acceptable.
After actor Peter Fonda suggested that President Donald Trump's youngest son should be separated from his mother, Donald Trump Jr.'s 4-year-old daughter has been met with a similarly intimidating tweet.
When Diksha Bijlani's 9-year-old cousin — a fan of painting his nails and wearing lipstick — came to stay for the summer, he became the butt of cruel jokes in a household she describes as "stereotypical alpha male-centric."
Millie Bobby Brown obviously isn't homophobic, but that hasn't stopped the meme from spreading.
Debra Messing has opened up on social media about her own struggle with depression, inviting others to share their experiences via the hashtag #MyStory, and many people are following suit.
Jack Dorsey's tweet about Chick-fil-A has sparked controversy because of its CEO's opposition to same-sex marriage.
A Minnesota woman received an incredibly brutal obituary written by her children from her first marriage, and people can't get over how savage it is.
“It’s always a ‘joke’ after the backlash.” “Sometimes SORRY just doesn’t cut it.” The fallout has been swift and severe for Roseanne Barr’s racist comment on Twitter: the “Roseanne” reboot has been canceled and fans are outraged, including thousands of Yahoo commenters.
Voters in Ireland voted to repeal the country's ban on abortion, written into the constitution as its eighth amendment. Here are the best reactions on Twitter.
"Having #ItAll would mean living in a world where there is no multi-billion dollar weight loss industry telling us we aren't good enough the way we are and we need to buy product after product to feel/be better," one critic tweeted.
Weight gain is a natural and necessary part of pregnancy. But Chrissy Teigen, who is expecting her second child in June, says she’s actually gained weight in her nose.