Instagram users can now hashtag emoji, and a misguided Facebook status gets a daycare worker fired.
Hasan Minhaj launches a social media campaign to address political gridlock.
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Ari Shaffir holds a grudge against a comely classmate for 22 years.
Ben & Jerry's may get a new herbal ingredient, and a man's Facebook comment lands him behind bars.
While living in New York, Giulia Rozzi gets the grossest high-five in the world.
In an ironic turn of events, Fox News suddenly wants President Obama to act more like a Muslim king.
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A "Game of Thrones" actor sets a new world record, and one Arkansan celebrates beating teen pregnancy.
The arrest of a divisive French comedian calls into question the country's support of free speech.
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The comedians welcome Garth Brooks to Facebook and name an enticing video game battle.
Stephen embraces the growing trend of combining traditional reporting with social media.
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The Coalition of the Willing reunites to tackle the threat of ISIS -- with a surprising addition.
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