Learn how internet memes became a super weapon in the propaganda war, morphing Pepe the Frog into a Trump-supporting Nazi.
Internet memes are everywhere. And as the 2020 presidential election approaches, candidates and voters alike are creating and sharing even more of them. But do online memes really have the power to affect our politics?
Books are doused with milk and gummed up with Gushers. Publishers, readers, bookstores and libraries resist.
The former U.N. ambassador did a bad job of stopping the chatter but a great job of creating a meme.
As the Democratic hopefuls faced off on the issues gripping the nation, viewers finally realized what certain candidates reminded them of.
The former special counsel's concise reply to an accusation that he'd perpetuated injustice has become a meme.
Chief Carla Provost criticized "completely inappropriate" posts from agents in the group, though she reportedly participated in the group last year.
Writer Zoe Samuel tweeted a rhyming tribute to Warren's preparedness: "When it's breakfast time, Elizabeth Warren has a bran for that."
Twitter users had plenty to say about the second Democratic debate.
The former congressman from Texas broke out the Spanish early, and the looks from his rivals said it all.
The Republican senator's Hannibal Lecter-esque reply got mixed reactions on Twitter.
In the latest episode of "Game of Thrones," the Mother of Dragons throws Sansa Stark a closed-mouth smile that speaks a thousand words.
The youngest living member of the Stark family is now the Three-Eyed Raven, and people can't get over his creepy staring.
Some other fathers were also ready for their close-ups.
The actress scored another clapback after she and the "SNL" comedian were spotted together at a hockey game.
While Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale aggressively made out at a New York Rangers game, Porowski gave a look that might look familiar.
The president is apparently unfamiliar with one of the ironclad laws of the internet.