When a WWE wrestler gave a doll of herself to her baby daughter, the result was something rather adorable.
Twitter is to introduce new restrictions on hateful and pornographic imagery as part of new plans to tackle abuse on the social media site.
A death notice has attracted a mass of attention online because of a single line instruction for possible mourners.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service have come up with a unique way to remind people to test their smoke alarms.
Emeli Sande returned to her home city last night to kickstart her latest tour, much to the delight of her north-east fans.
It’s World Egg Day, don’t you know, and Arsenal were not going to let such an occasion pass them by without a mention.
Defiant women are refusing to join a 24-hour Twitter boycott saying silence will not help them to spread their message.
A maths question has been troubling thousands online, but the teacher who wrote it has now calmed people’s frustrations.
If you want to stay ahead of the game when betting on football matches, turn to Twitter.
A college student in Arizona has built a door sensor which plays the Seinfeld theme and is trolling visitors to his room with it.
The news broke this afternoon that Gordon Strachan has left his post as Scotland manager.
October 11 marks National Coming Out Day, an annual day of awareness and celebration for the LGBT community – and what it means to open up about sexuality.
Trying to get hold of a son you can’t get hold of is never simple – but it’s made easier somewhat when that son has more than seven million Twitter followers for you to appeal to.
Police in New Zealand were forced to apologise after an “insensitive” tweet was shared from an official account.
McDonald’s has released a meatless burger.
A woman has accidentally bought her young granddaughter a book filled with profanity, thinking it was for children.
A White House social media slip-up is making people think Donald Trump doesn’t do all his own tweets
Does Donald Trump write all of his own tweets?
Theresa May tried to make light of her persistent cough throughout her keynote conference speech with a light-hearted tweet surrounded by cough medicine.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ve seen at least one of the painted variety popping up in your social news feed.
Snooker might not be everyone’s idea of an attention-grabbing sport, but the game has nonetheless produced one of the most interesting athletes of his generation.
Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi is enjoying a decent start to the season both on the pitch and on Twitter, where it seems everybody wants to send their best wishes to the birthday boy.
Another day, another chapter in the ongoing escalation of tensions between the US and North Korea.
Despite the initial uproar, the Twittersphere is finally getting used to the new 280 character limit on tweets.
Championship side Bristol City have got off to a decent start to the 2017/18 season but they might arguably be better known for their goal GIFs, which their social media team tweet out whenever they score.
One comedian has put his own spin on the patriotism debate by taking to Twitter to sort-of insult every flag of every country.
The US government has had to clarify that the country has not declared war on North Korea.
Donald Trump has lately been criticised for his comments against athletes in the US who kneel during the national anthem as a protest to treatment of blacks by police, with the US president saying they are disrespecting the flag and the country.
Many women will know what it’s like to have their opinions and suggestions ignored, only for a man to repeat the very same thing and getting a round of applause.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch, especially if you are a cheeky food blogger looking for a freebie at this Michelin-starred restaurant in Kilkenny, Ireland.
A debate is raging on Twitter.
Elf on the Shelf jokes online have officially taken over.
Charlie Adam made waves on social media last week with a brilliantly obscure tweet, a screenshot of his Notes app, announcing that he had extended his contract with Stoke City.