It’s official: James Comey has a Twitter account
By Taylor HeymanJames Comey’s Twitter account has been revealed and it is already intriguing the public.
By Taylor HeymanJames Comey’s Twitter account has been revealed and it is already intriguing the public.
By Taylor HeymanHours after the widow of a US solider killed in action appeared on television to talk...
By Edd DracottArsenal kicked off Sunday’s football with a thumping win at Goodison Park – putting...
By Edd DracottA “male secret” shared by Julian Assange has received a novel response from men...
By Edd DracottKobe Bryant joined PSG for a kickabout with some of the game’s biggest stars.
By Edd Dracott Liam Gallagher is “upset” with a version of Champagne Supernova played by his brother Noel.
By Edd Dracott “It’s what’s happening.”
By Edd Dracott An amusing picture Matthew looking ludicrously sassy has taken the Internet by storm.
By Taylor Heyman As Halloween approaches, you may be planning on playing a few scary jokes on friends and family. All this is ok, as long as you don’t take it too far.
By EdwardD When Sydney King’s mother Christina had a professional photo shoot with her family, she expected to have some memories to take home with her – but perhaps not quite like this.
By Edd Dracott Hollywood actress Kirsten Dunst has made a fan’s dream come true – and she only needed one word to do it.
By Edd Dracott Twitter users have had a collective epiphany – and it’s a revelation about KFC’s account which is causing all the wonderment.
By Nicola Irwin Men are sharing details of how they can change their ways in an effort to stop the “cultural epidemic of sexual harassment and assault” experienced by women.
Greg Sargent President Donald Trump appears unable to resist getting drawn into public battles involving figures who are far more vulnerable and sympathetic than he is, and true to form, he used Twitter to...
By Edd Dracott When a WWE wrestler gave a doll of herself to her baby daughter, the result was something rather adorable.
Chris Graham Anthony Scaramucci, Donald Trump's former communications director, believes the US president is a "political genius" who used Twitter to win the election.
By Nicola Irwin A death notice has attracted a mass of attention online because of a single line instruction for possible mourners.
Twitter reacts to the death of comedian Sean Hughes. Comedians including Jason Manford, Sarah Millican and Jack Dee are among those to share their condolences
By Edd Dracott Kent Fire and Rescue Service have come up with a unique way to remind people to test their smoke alarms.
Andrew Griffin Twitter has explained why it banned Rose McGowan as she was speaking out about Hollywood abuse.
Twitter has handed over to Senate investigators the profile names of 201 accounts linked to Russian attempts at influencing the 2016 presidential election.
By Grace Rahman It’s World Egg Day, don’t you know, and Arsenal were not going to let such an occasion pass them by without a mention.
By Nicola Irwin A business editor who helped to launch #WomenBoycottTwitter into a worldwide trend will return to the social platform at the weekend after a 24-hour absence.
By Kameron Virk Twitter suspending actor Rose McGowan has raised questions about when and why the platform decides to gag users.
Aoife Kelly It's Friday the 13th and there's a hurricane heading for Ireland. Are they connected?
By Nicola Irwin Defiant women are refusing to join a 24-hour Twitter boycott saying silence will not help them to spread their message.
By Edd Dracott A maths question has been troubling thousands online, but the teacher who wrote it has now calmed people’s frustrations.
By Taylor Heyman A college student in Arizona has built a door sensor which plays the Seinfeld theme and is trolling visitors to his room with it.
By Edd Dracott Facebook and Instagram have suffered a global outage, so naturally everyone has flocked to Twitter to vent their frustrations.
By Edd Dracott October 11 marks National Coming Out Day, an annual day of awareness and celebration for the LGBT community – and what it means to open up about sexuality.
By Edd Dracott Trying to get hold of a son you can’t get hold of is never simple – but it’s made easier somewhat when that son has more than seven million Twitter followers for you to appeal to.
Louise Kelly Large disparities in investment in digital by universities and colleges are proving frustrating for web, marketing, recruitment and leadership professionals.
By Nicola Irwin Police in New Zealand were forced to apologise after an “insensitive” tweet was shared from an official account.
Aoife Kelly When TV3 presenter Lucy Kennedy tweeted an photo of herself sitting side by side with Katie Hopkins it sparked backlash on the social media platform.
Caleb Keeter, a guitarist who played at the music festival last Sunday in Las Vegas, Nevada, the site of the largest mass shooting in US history, posted a note to Twitter the following day.
By Edd Dracott A woman has accidentally bought her young granddaughter a book filled with profanity, thinking it was for children.
By Grace Rahman Does Donald Trump write all of his own tweets?
By Nicola Irwin Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ve seen at least one of the painted variety popping up in your social news feed.
By Max McLean Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi is enjoying a decent start to the season both on the pitch and on Twitter, where it seems everybody wants to send their best wishes to the birthday boy.
By Taylor Heyman Another day, another chapter in the ongoing escalation of tensions between the US and North Korea.
By Edd Dracott Gamers and football fans across the world stocked up on supplies this week as they settled in for some time out of the sunlight – with the release of Fifa 18.
By Grace Rahman Despite the initial uproar, the Twittersphere is finally getting used to the new 280 character limit on tweets.
Dustin Volz Washington Executives from Facebook, Google and Twitter have been asked to testify to the US Congress in coming weeks as lawmakers probe Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 US election, committee...
By Alistair Mason For Twitter, its biggest feature and its greatest weakness are arguably the same thing – its 140-character restriction.
Adrian Weckler Donald Trump may soon have twice as much Twitter space to blast opponents.
By Max McLean Championship side Bristol City have got off to a decent start to the 2017/18 season but they might arguably be better known for their goal GIFs, which their social media team tweet out whenever...
By Max McLean One comedian has put his own spin on the patriotism debate by taking to Twitter to sort-of insult every flag of every country.
By GraceR The US government has had to clarify that the country has not declared war on North Korea.
By Edd Dracott Everyone’s favourite celebrity astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, has given his verdict on the science of Game Of Thrones.
By PA Reporters Donald Trump has lately been criticised for his comments against athletes in the US who kneel during the national anthem as a protest to treatment of blacks by police, with the US president saying...
By Nilima Marshall Many women will know what it’s like to have their opinions and suggestions ignored, only for a man to repeat the very same thing and getting a round of applause.
By Nilima Marshall There’s no such thing as a free lunch, especially if you are a cheeky food blogger looking for a freebie at this Michelin-starred restaurant in Kilkenny, Ireland.
By Edd Dracott A debate is raging on Twitter.
By Edd Dracott Apple’s newest version of its mobile operating system is now live to users, but the space required to install the software update hasn’t gone down well with users.
By GraceR Elf on the Shelf jokes online have officially taken over.
By Kameron Virk If one thing is absolutely true about Donald Trump, it’s that he loves Twitter. And he also loves hearing nice things about himself.
Aatif Sulleyman Twitter co-founder Evan Williams has denied claims that the micro-blogging site was the main reason Donald Trump won last year’s US Presidential election.
By Isabel Togoh and Taylor Heyman One feature of Donald Trump’s prolific Twitter output is his use of statements which appear to contradict tweets he sent some years earlier.
By Taylor Heyman Hillary Clinton has hit back at Donald Trump after the president said she was blaming “everybody (and every thing) but herself for her election loss”.
By Max McLean Manchester City fans couldn’t have asked for a better start to their Champions League group, with a 4-0 win away at Feyenoord getting the ball rolling.
By Edd Dracott If you’re familiar with Pennywise from Stephen King’s It, recently released as a new film, you probably never imagined him as being capable of a loving relationship.
By Edd Dracott A mother has apparently been accused of speaking “foreign muck” while speaking Welsh to her young daughter – in Wales.
By Edd Dracott Ten years ago, Chris Crocker became an Internet sensation with a message to the media and the world – leave Britney alone.
By Max McLean The Pasco Sheriff’s office has felt it necessary to warn people not to shoot weapons at Hurricane Irma, after a Facebook event called ‘Shoot at Hurricane Irma’ attracted interest from more than...
By Max McLean Football fandom can be based on a number of things, including where you’re born, who you watched growing up, or even which kit takes your fancy – but there can’t be many people who...
By Isabel Togoh This is the tender moment a pitbull started crying as his owner prepared to leave the house.
By Edd Dracott Getting ready for a wedding can be nerve-wracking. Once you’ve decided what to wear and got yourself dressed up though, all you need is some encouragement from a good friend and you’re sure...
By Edd Dracott Neymar and Gabriel Jesus have evidenced once again why Brazilians are world-renowned for their technical ability with a football.
By Edd Dracott North Korea has conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test to date, and for some late last night it was just two words from an expert that broke the news.
By Edd Dracott “This folder is empty” is a cluster of four words usually reserved for feelings of annoyance, frustration and a desire to give up your search for those photos you think you accidentally deleted on...
By Edd Dracott Email scams have been around just about as long as emails have, but while most rightfully ignore them, one man decided to play a game with his would-be scammer.
By Max McLean Charlie Adam made waves on social media last week with a brilliantly obscure tweet, a screenshot of his Notes app, announcing that he had extended his contract with Stoke City.
Helena Horton Ivanka Trump has backed her father's decision to end a Barack Obama initiative which aimed to close the gender pay gap.
By Laura Harding, Press Association Senior Entertainment Correspondent Justin Bieber has become the second person to reach the 100 million followers mark on Twitter.
Daniel Zeqeri Conor McGregor pocketed around $100m by swapping the octogan for squared circle, and now Michael Phelps has floated the idea of the Irishman taking to water.
By Edd Dracott Bizarre transfer announcements have been the hallmark of this summer’s transfer window, and AS Roma have been at the forefront of the weirdness.
By Edd Dracott As transfer deadline day looms, football becomes a game of detective work and this year it seems Liverpool fans have adopted the role of Sherlock Holmes.
Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales has announced he is expelling the head of a UN anti-corruption commission that is investigating his campaign's financing.
Eilis O'Hanlon Anyone who uses Twitter to communicate serious messages with the public, rather than just posting cute videos of kittens, needs their head examined.
Independent.ie Newsdesk A code change is believed to be responsible for an outage that caused Facebook and Instagram to go offline for a period of time this afternoon.
By Edd Dracott One tweet has sparked a flurry of activity online, with the subject matter all centred around one thing – grudges.
By Edd Dracott Donald Trump’s Twitter account is a thing of fascination and his latest retweet is yet another example as to why.
Former undercover CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson is trying to crowdfund enough money to buy Twitter - so Donald Trump cannot use it.
Independent.ie Newsdesk Bank of Ireland has come under fire for promoting questionable financial advice online.
By Edd Dracott Misuse of helplines is inevitable, so when such misuse at least puts a smile on your face it’s something which should be appreciated.
By Max McLean Wayne Rooney retires from international duty an England legend, but it’s not just on the pitch that the striker was watched by thousands in his heyday.
Tanya Sweeney The name Chris Messina may not mean much to most people, but it's fair to argue that without him, social media would look entirely different.
Independent.ie Newsdesk It appears geography is not the Western Canadian Rose's special talent.
By Isabel Togoh If you missed the solar eclipse, don’t worry – dog owners have found a unique way to bring the phenomenon to you.
By Max McLean The first total solar eclipse to sweep across the US in 99 years, from Oregon to South Carolina, brought about a superb tweet from none other than the Moon itself.
By EdwardD Yes, you read that headline right – a dog has been spotted helping out with the shopping in a store in the US.
By Taylor Heyman An Arsenal fan has been absolutely owned by Stoke police on Twitter after moaning about his team’s loss online.
By Edd Dracott One man’s handy talent has started a dance-off the likes of which Twitter has never seen.
By Edd Dracott At least 13 people have died and around 80 have been injured after a van ploughed into pedestrians in a terror attack in a busy tourist area of Barcelona.
By Isabel Togoh Students across the UK have been bracing themselves all summer for the nail-biting moment they would come face-to-face with their A-level results.
By Nilima Marshall A post by Barack Obama responding to the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville has become the most-liked tweet in history.
By Taylor Heyman A football match between Nantwich Town and Altrincham had to be stopped on Tuesday evening after eggs were thrown on the pitch.
By EdwardD Whether it’s in New South Wales, Queensland or the Northern Territory, Australian police teams have some serious Twitter game.
By Isabel Togoh US President Donald Trump was left red-faced on Tuesday after he re-tweeted a post which labelled him a fascist.
By Isabel Togoh A tweet from Barack Obama responding to the weekend’s white nationalist violence is inching closer to becoming the most liked Twitter post of all time.
By Edd Dracott The Premier League’s opening game saw Leicester travel to Arsenal, and for Gunners fans things started with a stirring optimism.
By Edd Dracott When Amanda Mancino-Williams took her 10-year-old daughter to an art day-camp, she probably never expected her little girl to inspire a nation.
Claire Fox Gardaí have discovered another contender for 'international forger of the year', with yet another driver who failed to disguise that their insurance was out of date.
By Max McLean It’s perhaps a little early in the football season to be making bold claims such as this, but Bristol City’s goal gifs are quite possibly the best thing to ever happen to the beautiful game.
By Taylor Heyman The Children’s Commissioner for England has said parents need to set boundaries for their children’s use of social media and the internet “in the same way they would use sweets or junk food”.
By Isabel Togoh Overrated pizza, Bounty chocolate appreciation and a disdain for tea are among the socially unpopular opinions being (bravely) shared on social media.
By Edd Dracott Amid incessant news that Barcelona superstar Neymar is moving to Paris St Germain, one club claims to have pipped the French big-spenders to the post.
By Max McLean Creative transfer reveals have been the theme of the footballing summer, but Besiktas’s latest effort might just be the most baffling so far.
By Peter Cary There are T-shirts and then there are T-shirts; this one just happens to have everyone talking.
By Edd Dracott and Isabel Togoh One man really stepped his game up in time for National Girlfriend Day – and put all other partners to shame in the process.
By Isabel Togoh Spotting a cute dog out in public is one of the small joys of life, especially if you notice it lying patiently next to its owner, primed and ready for affection.
By Isabel Togoh Anthony Scaramucci’s swift exit from the White House after a 10-day spell as communications director has got people musing about the shortest amount of time they’ve kept a job for.
By Peter Cary If you’re an organised sort of person, arranging a date using Microsoft PowerPoint might seem like a great idea – but it spectacularly backfired for one poor chap in London.
By Peter Cary Journalists in Australia’s Northern Territory had a scarier Monday morning than usual when they found a snake curled up in a computer editing suite.
By Nilima Marshall Feel a teeny bit guilty about being lazy? You will probably feel much better when you find out what lengths people will go to so they don’t have to move their limbs.
By PA Reporters An Australian-themed American restaurant chain has inadvertently become the focus of a hilarious internet conspiracy theory.
Independent.ie Business Desk Twitter shares fell over 10pc in premarket trading as the firm's stagnant monthly active user growth for Q2 disappointed investors.
By Peter Cary Things didn’t exactly go to plan for Nigel Farage when he urged youngsters to see Christopher Nolan’s WWII epic, Dunkirk.
By Taylor Heyman A study from the University of Sheffield has revealed the extent of Twitter abuse received by MPs during the General Election.
By Peter Cary Donald Trump has announced that transgender people will not be permitted to serve in the United States military “in any capacity”.
By Taylor Heyman Two people whose delayed exchange of messages on Tinder went viral have finally met – three years after the first message was sent.
By Kameron Virk Twitter gets a lot of stick for not always being the most welcoming place on the internet.
By Katie Archer Jeremy Clarkson lit up his fans’ evening with some bizarre tweets from his holiday – but his daughter was mortified by his attempts to be cool.
Independent.ie Newsdesk Former football hard-man Vinnie Jones has been accused of "massacre" after he posted a photo online of 100 foxes that were shot dead during a hunt.
By Max McLean The number seven shirt at Manchester United is a sacred thing, with legends such as David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo and Eric Cantona all making the number their own.
By Edd Dracott It takes a brave youngster to add their parents on Facebook, and when this girl’s birthday came around her father gave a golden example as to why.
By Edd Dracott A baby’s first words are often immortalised in the memories of their family, but this young girl’s will be remembered by thousands on the internet for some time.
By Edd Dracott US former presidential candidate Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer.
By Edd Dracott A picture of a duck which appears to have melted on a car dashboard has received over a million likes on Twitter in just 24 hours – and turned a bunch of people into detectives.
By Edd Dracott If you ever needed back-up for the phrase “don’t change a winning formula”, these cool cats and their bells are it.
By Peter Cary A US comedy writer has developed an ingenious way to respond to tweets from Donald Trump: by treating them like personal texts.
By Isabel Togoh Madame Tussauds’ wax figure of Beyonce has fans baffled on many levels.
By Joe Nerssessian, Press Association Ed Sheeran’s disappearance from Twitter appears to be short lived.
By Joe Nerssessian, Press Association The video unveiling Jodie Whittaker as the Thirteenth Doctor has been watched more than 16 million times online.
By Edd Dracott The old tablecloth trick is simple: pull the sheet away, and leave everything on it still standing.
By Katie Archer Ed Sheeran’s Twitter account has been deleted following criticism of his recent Game Of Thrones cameo.
By Peter Cary The news that Jodie Whittaker is to become the first woman Doctor had fans elated on Sunday, but one particular little girl’s reaction spoke volumes about the momentous occasion.
By Peter Cary Roger Federer winning Wimbledon for a record eighth time was a captivating event for millions on Sunday, but nobody was quite prepared for one important element of the day: the cute factor.
By Peter Cary Things haven’t gone to plan for a certain drug dealer in the Manchester area of late.
By Max McLean Yeovil Town finished 88th out of the 92 Football League sides in the 2016/17 season, narrowly avoiding relegation to the National League – so how does a club like that go viral?
By Peter Cary Spain’s Garbine Muguruza stunned Wimbledon spectators with a straight-sets victory over Venus Williams at the women’s final on Saturday, but fans rallied round the former champion after her...
By Isabel Togoh Remember Eddie Southern Rail? He’s hit the jackpot.
Donal O'Donovan An American Twitter user who made an anonymous bomb threat against Ryanair must pay the airline US$284,148 (€248,365), a US court has ruled.
Donal O'Donovan An American Twitter user who made an anonymous bomb threat against Ryanair must pay the airline US$284,148 (€248,365), a US court has ruled.
By Peter Cary The UK is now just three days away from the return of Game Of Thrones, and some Transport for London (TfL) staff have been barely able to contain their excitement.
By Nilima Marshall For the last few weeks, football clubs around the world have been trying to out-do each other with the most eye-catching and elaborate ways to announce their news.
By Max McLean The wonderful world of football shirt names is a confusing one, with some players using nicknames and other variations on their name on their top.
By Katie Archer Niall Horan has overtaken Harry Styles as the most popular member of One Direction on Twitter.
By Max McLean The summer of 2017 is undoubtedly the summer of football clubs one-upping each other in terms of transfer announcements, but Leeds are doing things their own way.
By Taylor Heyman A computer fault ground Melbourne’s train system to a halt during rush hour, causing commuters to vent their frustration online.
By Nicola Irwin Beautiful charts and data visualisation are part of our web experience these days.
By Prudence Wade To people who aren’t steeped in millennial culture, no doubt some peculiarly modern trends might be a touch confusing: such as fidget spinners, Snapchat, or memes.
By Max McLean Occasionally social media gets all nostalgic, and this time it was the 1990s that Twitter was remembering.
By Isabel Togoh The latest Trump saga – this time involving Donald Jr – has seen a new Trumpism emerge and quickly acquire meme-status.
By Isabel Togoh As far as work experience placements go, this guy at Southern Rail conducted himself pretty well.
By Taylor Heyman You know when a topic starts trending on Twitter and you jump right in and post a pithy tweet detailing how your life relates to the trend?
By Edd Dracott Screen grabs of a text conversation have to be pretty special to go viral online, but this conversation between Shelley Zhang and Chris Chappell about Harry Potter is something truly exceptional.
By Prudence Wade Ever since she was released from prison on May 17, Chelsea Manning’s Twitter feed has been a rare glimmer of sunshine in a dark and cruel world.
By Kameron Virk Memes undoubtedly make the internet a more entertaining place, even when you can offer no explanation as to why they exist.
Aine Fox Activist Malala Yousafzai has thanked people for welcoming her to Twitter, and joked she is glad she waited until after finishing exams to join the social network.
Kevin Palmer So why have football transfers become poisonous and nasty?
By Peter Cary Andy Murray valiantly battled through his third round match against Italy’s Fabio Fognini on Friday, to the utter delight of his online fans.
By Zaina Alibhai A toastie covered in chocolate spread and sprinkled with melted cheese has divided the nation after a woman shared her culinary creation online.
By Francesca Gosling Lady Gaga has shown her support for Ed Sheeran’s decision to quit Twitter, defying trolls who accused him of criticising her.
Independent.ie Newsdesk Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington has told compatriot Shane Lowry not to let social media abuse stick in his craw.
By Edd Dracott For about the past year, covers of Smash Mouth’s All Star have become something of an in-joke on the internet – with efforts ranging from the bizarre to the sublime.
By Peter Cary When Marriott Hotels left a cryptic message on their official Twitter account, saying nothing but “MrBuff22”, it’s fair to say more than a few people were confused.
Katie Archer Ed Sheeran has said that online abuse has driven him off Twitter.
By Taylor Heyman A parody Twitter account is bringing the world a different view of Donald J Trump – as a “nice” person.
By Isabel Togoh CNN has denounced Donald Trump’s “juvenile behaviour” after the US president tweeted a video depicting him appearing to punch a man with the organisation’s logo over his face.
By Zaina Alibhai A teenager made quite the entrance to her school prom after she was knocked to her knees by car while posing for photos.
By Prudence Wade Donald Trump’s use of social media is undoubtedly unique for the presidential office. Now, he’s recognised how unusual his presidency is by coining a new phrase to describe his Twitter habits.
By Edd Dracott Eighty years ago, on June 30 1937, the world’s first emergency service – 999 – was born.
By Max McLean Kylian Mbappe is the hottest property this transfer window, with the 18-year-old’s efforts helping Monaco win the league and reach the Champions League semi-finals, propelling him to stardom.
By Zaina Alibhai A nostalgic dinosaur film and television show have crossed paths in a collection of photos that will delight any 90s kid.
By Max McLean Alan Shearer is statistically the greatest Premier League striker of all time with 260 league goals, and on the evidence of this video, he’s not lost that which made him the best.
Aatif Sulleyman Twitter can be used to detect dangerous incidents before they’re reported to police, a new study says.
By Jessica Pitocchi Driving along in the pouring rain can be an arduous task, but one journey was made considerably more enjoyable thanks to an unusual Eddie Stobart truck.
Ronald Quinlan Twitter's EMEA Headquarters at Cumberland Place in Dublin city centre has secured LEED Platinum-level certification for a 'Repurposed Building'. The award makes Twitter's Dublin premises...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she does not really do Twitter, but sometimes visits the site to check out what US President Donald Trump has to say.
By Max McLean Social media offers football clubs the chance to be a little inventive with their announcements, and it looks as though Crystal Palace have gone Papal with their latest tweet.
By Max McLean Transfer windows these days are mostly taken up by football fans telling their clubs to announce a signing, so when Liverpool actually did have a signing to announce, they took advantage.
By Taylor Heyman A photo of a meeting between Marco Rubio and Ivanka Trump has gone viral after the Republican Senator looked to be rejected when he went in for a hug.
By Edward Dracott A girl has gone viral after sharing a handwritten note her Mexican father penned 17 years before her graduation.
By Edward Dracott The Met Office issued a level three amber heatwave warning this week, as temperatures soared to as high as 32C (91F) in west London on Monday.
By Max McLean Stoke’s Peter Crouch reached some impressive football landmarks last season, but his latest tweet might be his most successful contribution of the year.
James Titcomb Twitter has given itself a major redesign, inevitably inviting a torrent of complaints from its famously-opinionated users.
By Jessica Pitocchi Skittles has ditched its famous rainbow for Pride Month and brought out limited edition packs of white sweets.
By Prudence Wade When Hanna De Castro posted a funny throwback picture on Twitter, she got a whole lot more than she bargained for: a preschool reunion.
By Joe Nerssessian Horror author Stephen King has revealed President Donald Trump has blocked him on Twitter.
By Taylor Heyman Theresa May has brought Michael Gove back to the cabinet to fill the role of Environment Secretary and Boris Johnson is doing his best to make him feel welcome.
By Jessica Pitocchi An old tweet of Jeremy Corbyn’s has resurfaced which, in the wake of his success in the general election, seems particularly precious.
By Taylor Heyman Donald Trump’s deputy press secretary has caused some confusion with her latest tweet – a series of emojis and random letters.
By Max McLean After finishing 14th in the Premier League, Crystal Palace fans could do with a victory to celebrate and, courtesy of the club’s social media account, they’ve got one.
By Max McLean The entire country is in the process of absorbing the news that the Conservatives have failed to earn a majority in the 2017 General Election, and the nation’s athletes are no different.
By Taylor Heyman Theresa May might be coming to regret her choice of words in a tweet posted in the middle of the election campaign.
By Nilima Marshall It’s not everyday you hear the word “lordy” used during a Senate hearing.
By Taylor Heyman Owning an alpaca is a serious responsibility and one that Anne Scott takes very seriously.
By Max McLean You know that one piece of clothing that just gets you? Justin Taylor from Palos Verdes, California has that special relationship with a T-shirt he’s been modelling for quite some time.
By Max McLean Football club social media accounts seem to spend most of their time being told by impatient fans to announce signings, so when Arsenal actually had a player to announce, they had some fun with it.
By Isabel Togoh What’s the naughtiest thing you ever did?
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By Taylor Heyman As news broke of Saturday’s terror attack in the London Bridge area, Londoners immediately began looking after each other.
President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to slam London Mayor Sadiq Khan's reaction to the London Bridge terror attack.
By Zaina Alibhai A US dad gave his teenage daughter the most adorable send-off on her last day of school, and it’s brought the internet to tears.
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