Prior to the announcement that professional basketball player LeBron James would be returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Twitter users began using the hashtag “#BeforeLeBronDecides” to joke about unlikely events that would occur before the decision was revealed.
After being assaulted by a woman in Times Square for taking pictures with her in the frame, radio show host Anthony Cumia of The Opie and Anthony Show began ranting about the woman’s race via Twitter, leading many to call for his termination.
New evidence shows that Justin Ross Harris, a Cobbs County, Georgia father charged with killing his two-year-old son after leaving him in a hot car for eight hours, had googled “how long it would take for an animal to die in a hot car.”
With yet another U.S. military operation looming over the Persian Gulf, the Internet-savvy radical Islamist group in Iraq has launched #calamitywillbefallUS to threaten retaliation against the U.S. in the event of an armed intervention.
Goals and upsets aren’t the only things that we’ve seen plenty of at this year’s World Cup, as the Brazilians and international football fans elsewhere continue to churn out jokes by the day in what they’re calling the “Copa dos Memes,” or the Cup of Memes.
Upstate New York resident and mom blogger Lacey Spears has been charged with second-degree depraved murder and first-degree manslaughter for the death of her son Garnett-Paul, who prosecutors claim was poisoned by his mother for attention and sympathy online.