Joe Biden’s transition team launched a new account for the president-elect on 14 January, @PresElectBiden. The account has a temporary Twitter handle as it will automatically become @POTUS when the Democrat is sworn in on 20 January, while President Donald Trump’s @POTUS account will be archived as @POTUS45.
American film star Matthew McConaughey has just unveiled his first-ever book ‘Greenlights’. To promote the work, the Oscar-winning actor recently appeared on the podcast of Canadian professor and psychological guru Jordan Peterson, who is popular among conservatives but often snubbed by the left.
‘The Social Network’ actor Armie Hammer has found himself at the epicenter of public scrutiny after an anonymous Instagram account posted a series of screenshots allegedly featuring conversations between the actor and other women. In one, the Hollywood star had allegedly described himself as “100 percent a cannibal”.
The story of superhero Captain America in the Marvel cinematic universe has come to an end in the iconic final Avengers movie, "Endgame", bringing fans all over the world to tears. Or has it?
The strange object was described as “silent and stationary,” disappearing and then reappearing while glowing yellow, red, and white.
Britain’s ruling monarch Queen Elizabeth II is planning to publicly celebrate her 95th birthday this June with a traditional Trooping the Colour parade. But it remains a question whether her LA-based grandson Prince Harry will join the high-profile party, mainly due to travel restrictions imposed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Wednesday, the US House of Representatives impeached the outgoing US president, Donald Trump, for an unprecedented second time, accusing POTUS of "incitement of violence" during last week's deadly riots in the US Capitol.
The American rapper is no stranger to controversy, and she is seemingly eager to indulge in it. Her latest social media stunt will likely hardly help her receive an animal protection award.
The South Africa-born viral personality, whose real name is Mary-Belle Kirschner, rose to Internet fame after she started selling her bath water for “sentimental purposes” at $30 a bottle. After a long disappearance, she returned with even more provocative videos, and even started career in the sex industry.
Last Friday, Twitter permanently banned Donald Trump's personal account, claiming that his tweets contain a "glorification of violence", a reference to the 6 January events which saw POTUS supporters breach the Capitol to prevent Congress from certifying the election results.
Elon Musk certainly knows how to surprise. His company has equipped Tesla cars with virtual whoopee cushions that can be used to prank passengers, given drivers the ability to honk with goat bleating, and use customised movement sounds, such as the famous coconut “galloping” from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. But this feature is something else…
This is not the first time the musician has been accused of racial discrimination. In May of 2020, she posted a video on her social media showing people looting stores during a protest over the death of George Floyd, a move that was condemned by many netizens.
Teespring came under fire last week after the "Camp Auschwitz" hooded sweatshirt donned by a rioter in Washington, DC, was quickly identified and traced back to the online e-commerce platform's marketplace.
Theodore Roosevelt, who most netizens reckon to be more masculine than Trump, is known to have been shot in the chest by a handgun in 1912 and then subsequently delivering a speech, continuing to speak and carrying the bullet inside his body for the rest of his life.
Who do you think has the power to decide the US presidency? Is it the American people, the Electoral College or the US Congress? After a sudden update in the bios of Donald Trump and Mike Pence, some suggest that this power may belong to the State Department, as well.
Mobile phone messaging app WhatsApp has seen a slump in new downloads since the start of the year after introducing controversial new terms requiring users to share their personal data with parent company Facebook.
Attempts by Big Tech to muzzle US President Donald Trump and his supporters have had mixed results. While conservative social media site Parler has been shut down, Twitter shares lost $5 billion in value on Monday following the deletion of Trump's hugely-popular account.
What started in May 2009 and was a 57,000-tweet library of emotions, news, and what not, has officially been halted. Yet there is no way netizens will stop discussing Donald Trump's – and some of his international counterparts' - social media presence any time soon and for good reason.
Heavy snowfall from the storm Filomena hit the Mediterranean country last week, resulting in at least four deaths and causing mass cancellations of flights and road closures. Experts consider it to be the heaviest in around 50 years. The unusual amount of snow, however, made some people believe that the blizzard was not caused by nature.
This is not the first time that the famous fashion magazine has been accused of whitewashing. Last year, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour publicly apologised for photographs that were seen as insensitive to minorities.