I saw a social media post from a pastor who allegedly found a complaint about his church's loud worship service. The response may not surprise you.
A well-known Dallas sportscaster who's also known for his commentaries blasted media coverage of the death of NBA star Kobe Bryant.
If you have any doubts about the rise of stupidity in our society, look no further than a so-called outlet challenge on social media.
A friend of mine was thrown by the logo of the upcoming Super Bowl because of the Roman numeral for 54 in the game's title.
I recently came across a post listing nine blogging tools bloggers should want in his or her arsenal. One in particular stood out for me.
You may have seen stories about leaders asking a group of older church members to worship elsewhere. The church says it didn't happen that way.
I ran across a political meme posted by a woman I went to high school with the other day. I felt immediately disappointed by what I found.
When the newly-launched United States Space Force unveiled its new threads, social media immediately mocked the camouflage uniforms.
For at least a month — it feels much longer — I've been seeing the same promo for a mystery program that raises the grammar question of Lifes or Lives?
Over the years, I've talked a lot about comments: Are they important? Should you allow them? Should you turn them off? Is deleting comments ever OK?
Can a student who poses with a rainbow cake really be expelled from school? One girl's family says their daughter's school kicked her out because of it.
Don't abbreviate 2020 when you date official documents like checks! That's the advice from security experts if you want to avoid becoming a fraud victim.
I'm beginning to think that some businesses around me have completely missed the point of a plastics ban recently passed in my area.