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?
When strangers began stopping me in the grocery store, I realized this State Farm ad was on a whole different level.
A skydiver shocked bystanders after they watched him lose control of his parachute.
Shocked bystanders watched a skydiver crashing after he lost control of his parachute.
The clip is going viral again after Trump claimed he was the "chosen one."
Robb Manes, who filmed the outlandish scene, dubbed it “The Great Mattress Migration of 2019.”
The Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper's placement of a dancing cockatoo picture was described as a “juxtapositioning masterclass.”
Wow! The stars showed off their spin-kick bottle opening skills in Instagram videos.
Choose your actions wisely as you serve Queen Bey for a day -- or her legal team will terminate your sorry butt.
The fake front page is making waves again following the president's latest announcement about immigration.
A video of police officers pointing guns at a black man kneeling with his hands over his head is going viral.
A 96-year-old grandmother became an internet sensation from a viral video of her busting moves on the dance floor.
A video of a teenager egging a politician who blamed Muslims for the Christchurch mosque attacks has gone viral.
From decorating cookies to making pizza, this adorable 2-year-old chef can cook it all.
"Just because someone doesn't feel the way you do, doesn't mean they're psycho," the author said.
The soul star wowed crowds at St. Pancras International on Wednesday morning.
This week I talked with two-time Grammy winning singer songwriter Janis Ian about her Facebook posting that went viral with