"The fact that the U.S. president can't even keep track of all the mass shootings is a fairly compelling argument for gun reform," one Twitter user wrote.
Russia is embarrassed after publishing an image it claimed was "irrefutable evidence" of US collaboration with Isis, which turned out to be a screenshot taken from a video game.
Strutt & Parker set out how a young couple could give up six things for five years to save a deposit of £33,000, but millennials were not impressed at being told not to buy lunch.
Officers at Iowa State University show that getting people to laugh on Twitter is a great way to win over the hearts and minds of the general public.
A staff member at a Pret A Manger branch in London was spotted wearing a badge which said "I am new, kiss me" causing fury on Twitter.
Julian Assange took to Twitter to respond to the "alleged" messages, claiming that he could not confirm them and that WikiLeaks "did not keep such records".
The revelation comes as the UK parliament launches its own investigation into Russian interference in British politics and the Brexit vote.
Barrister and author Jamie Susskind received an overwhelming response to a series of tweets in which he chronicled his weekend NHS treatment.
The former FBI director tweeted about truth, lies and justice in what many took as a subtweet to the US president's recent criticism.
Officers in North Yorkshire found a huge stash of cannabis, which remains illegal in the UK, during the early hours of Sunday morning.
A Google Chrome extension re-imagines Trump's tweets in an eight-year-old child's handwriting. Here are some of his best takes.
"I swear, I thought I was reading a tweet from a troll account," one Twitter user wrote. Another added: "All that's missing is 'Dear Diary...' at the beginning."
The Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) said the matter would be dealt "appropriately and sternly" once an investigation report is submitted.
Writer, provocateur and former Birds Eye pitchman Giles Coren received scathing criticism from Twitter users after writing he "feared" his son becoming fat.
Women are effectively working for free for the rest of the year. Here's what men have to say about it.
In the wake of allegations against Kevin Spacey, Louis CK, Ed Westwick and more, people are sharing nice stories about celebrities on Twitter.
Jason Kessler, the organiser of the Charlottesville rally, earlier called the slain protester Heather Heyer a "fat, disgusting communist".
Ryanair has celebrated another record month for traffic in October 2017, but passengers on Twitter were unimpressed by the news.
The mammal was first spotted on 30 October at Putney and Wandsworth. Many people also claimed to have seen it in Hammersmith, Greenwich, and Chiswick.
Kessler deleted his Twitter account in August after tweeting that the slain protester's death was "payback time".