As massive snowstorms devastate parts of the US, some social media users are trying to claim the weather is a hoax.
Eco-friendly TikTok star Demi Skipper is swapping her stuff with strangers, in the hope of getting a house.
The social media giant is introducing a completely new feature.
Among the targets of the rapper's controversial tweets were the police, which he described as "mercenaries of s***," and the monarchy.
The cerial brand shared a food combination on Twitter, causing an enormous backlash from companies, embassies, countries and many more.
The app allowed people in China to engage in political discussions with people outside of the country, on topics such as democracy and Taiwan.
Young people are rallying against fast fashion. To meet the demand, designers are turning to social media.
Myanmar saw its largest anti-coup protests yet on Saturday with young demonstrators spilling on to the streets to denounce the new military regime, despite a nationwide internet blackout.
GameStop has become the focus of Wall Street since its stock price surged by more than a thousand percentage points in recent weeks thanks to amateur traders on Reddit.
EcoTok has harnessed the video sharing app to help Gen Z to see themselves in climate related careers.
The company said Birdwatch will not replace other labels and fact checks Twitter currently uses — primarily for election and COVID-19-related misinformation and misleading posts.
Favoured by Trump supporters, Parler was removed from the Google and Apple app stores and kicked off Amazon's its web-hosting service following violence at the US Capitol.