The Florida theme park announced the update will complement the recent makeover given to Cinderella Castle.
Amid a long and convoluted Twitter rant about the music industry being “modern day slavery,” the rapper and presidential hopeful appeared to urinate on one of his Grammy awards that was in a toilet.
A Black comedian is teaching a vital lesson after sharing his experience of getting pulled over by a police officer.
A Twitter user is stirring controversy after sharing how she claims the park handled a malfunctioning ride.
A restaurant owner is drawing waves of online praise with his response to the “selfish” influencers who ask him for free food.
An influencer is facing backlash after posting a “ridiculous” job listing for a personal assistant.
An engaged woman sparked a massive discussion online after she admitted that she was angry with her fiancé over a $150 engagement ring.
Many medical pros felt that the research shamed female physicians who posted personal pictures on their social media accounts.
A college student got a second chance on her economics exam after giving her professor an excuse so crazy, he figured it had to be true.
Woolery's Twitter account disappeared after the controversial message, which was retweeted by President Trump.
Twitter user alyssangelica__, who is a mom of one, took to Twitter to share her frightening ordeal — and how she escaped unscathed. “Omg so so so glad you’re okay!!” one wrote. “It’s seems like terrible men are up to no good at Goodwill trying to take advantage of girls while shopping.”
Pro tip: If you need to leave the house for a few months, make sure to clear out your entire kitchen.
Rowling was accused of being transphobic after arguing that women should be entitled to single-sex spaces.
Many Twitter users found Ivanka's video ironic as she was hired for her White House position only because she's Donald Trump's daughter.
A takeout customer is stirring a massive debate after sharing their controversial pizza order online.
This woman was so upset about a frog statuette in her neighbor’s lawn that she reported it to her homeowner’s association (HOA) — and the rest is history.
Black content creators call on social media platforms to support their work as #blackouts lead to greater exposure.
Is cancel culture really coming for "Paw Patrol"? Probably not — but people are still arguing about it.
The president whined after Twitter yanked a campaign video for copyright infringement — but Dorsey set the record straight.
The Washington Post took a dive Thursday into the charitable giving of the 50 wealthiest people and families in America, revealing that many of them — like the paper’s owner Jeff Bezos — didn’t contribute “much, when accounting for their vast personal fortunes,” as the coronavirus ravaged the American economy and killed thousands.The paper did not shy away from shining a critical light on its owner.“Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, the wealthiest man in the world with a fortune of $143 billion and who is also the owner of The Washington Post, gave $100 million to Feeding America and up to $25 million for All in WA, a statewide relief effort in Washington,” the Post noted. “For the median American, Bezos’ giving is the equivalent of donating $85. His aerospace company, Blue Origin, pledged to 3-D print face shields for front line workers but did not disclose the value of that contribution.”Also Read: CNN Disputes Trump's Chris Cuomo Jab: 'Surely You Have More Important Issues Than TV Ratings'The Post heralded only two billionaires for stepping “into the spotlight”: Bill Gates and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey. While the paper highlighted Gates’ leadership during the crisis and the work done by his foundation, it noted, “In terms of donations from his personal wealth, for the median American donor, Gates’s giving to date equates to about $283.”Comparatively, the Post found, Dorsey’s giving equated to $27,000 for the median American.The 50 wealthiest people and families surveyed for the project have a collective net worth of nearly $1.6 trillion. Their publicly announced donations amounted to $1 billion or so, “which sounds like a lot of money but adds up to less than .1 percent of their combined wealth,” said the Post.“More than half of these billionaires have publicly donated cash and a few say they have given something — money or in-kind contributions — but declined to specify how much. But almost a third have not announced any donations and declined to comment or did not reply to requests for comment,” it said.Read original story Washington Post Uncovers Owner Jeff Bezos’ 2020 Charitable Gifts: Equivalent to $85 for Median American At TheWrap
The “Lizzie McGuire” star’s name was trending on Twitter over a baseless conspiracy theory about her son.