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Reddit's Policy Update To Promote Political Ad Transparency Sparks Online Debate And Reveals Some Humorous Targeting
Reddit launched a new sub dedicated to making political advertisements on the platform more transparent, but many Redditors would rather ban them altogether.
SNL's Michael Che Is Paying The Rent For 160 Families In New York City
The comedian is honoring his grandmother who passed away from COVID-19 by covering the rent of the residents in her building.
Health Expert Says There May Not Be Concerts Again Until 2021
As the country prepares to gradually re-open, large-scale events like concerts and sporting events might be one of the last things to return.
Internet Is Not Having Justin Timberlake's Complaint That 24/7 Parenting Is "Not Human"
Yet another celebrity has gotten into hot water for complaining about living in a fancy mansion for a little while.
Ellen Degeneres Compares Quarantine Life In Giant Mansion To Prison
Internet users were not convinced that mansion life and prison were all that similar.
"This Video Has X Views" Creator Reveals How His YouTube Magic Works
A title that works like magic is actually just a bit of coding.
The Internet Reacts To Bernie Sanders' Campaign Suspension With Mixed Emotions And Lots Of Memes
On April 8th, Sanders announced that he would suspend his campaign, sparking a wave of online discussions as people expressed their thoughts through outrage, happiness and a swath of memes.
News Report Answers The Real Question: What Day Is It?
Life indoors has changed our relationship with calendars.
Unbelievably, There Is Now "Is 'Karen' A Slur?" Discourse
The Karens are approaching their final form.
Resident Evil 3 Remake Launches Today, And People Are Stoked
While critics are more lukewarm on this remake than the RE:2 remake, fans are enjoying getting chased by Nemesis again.