Selena Gomez was forced to cancel her fall tour dates, leading fans to tweet #GetWellSoonSelena and #WeAreHereForYouSelena messages of support.
Fans of One Direction and Louis Tomlinson took to Twitter Thursday night to express concern for his health after new photos of him surfaced.
In a new video shared on Twitter by Syrian civil war militant group Shabab al-Sunnah Brigade, militants are shown hanging a man upside down by his feet and torturing him.
Longtime ESPN sportscaster John Saunders died unexpectedly at 61. Read the tweets honoring and remembering him here.
Social media star 18-year-old Matthew Espinosa sent a Snapchat using the n-word. Twitter exploded with support and disgust.
Twitter users think they know the best candidates for president and shared picks using #BetterFictionalCharacters. Unfortunately, the picks are fictional.
Photos of Orlando Bloom going paddleboarding with Katy Perry while wearing nothing have surfaced.
John Noonan, a conservative national security adviser, went on a Twitter rant Wendesday, insisting that Donald Trump should not have access to nuclear weapons.
Just as Hillary Clinton mentioned Donald Trump’s penchant for using Twitter, the Republican nominee turned to the social network to respond to the DNC.
Hayes Grier, the 16-year-old social media star, was in a car accident, inspiring fans to turn to Twitter to ask others to #PrayForHayes.
Marina Joyce has said repeatedly that she is OK, but some are just not buying it. Here’s a look at her life and what could be wrong with her.
Marina Joyce and her mother have both said that she is fine. Even police have checked in on her. But Twitter users are still worried.
Marina Joyce is a 19-year-old British YouTuber whose fans have taken to Twitter with the hashtag #savemarinajoyce. Why do they think she’s in danger?