Health officials have once again provided a warning about foods which could increase the risk of cancer...this time it's toast
The president has repeatedly refused to make public his tax returns, even while he was campaigning for office
Donald Trump has now been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States
Today is Donald Trump's inauguration, and of course, he's already been tweeting about his big day
Remainers have been calling for MPs to vote against Brexit, after Theresa May's speech today
Today is supposedly 'the most depressing day of the year,' named Blue Monday, but not everyone agrees
A cargo flight from Hong Kong crashed into a village near the main airport while trying to land in extreme fog, killing dozens
Labour MP Tristram Hunt has announced his resignation, and some claim that he has quit for fear of being beaten by UKIP
Snow showers and strong winds are expected to hit much of the UK today, with the Met Office giving severe weather warnings for most of the UK
In a tweet condemning intelligence services for supposedly leaking a dossier with strong allegations to the press, he compared the situation to Germany under the Nazi party
52-year-old Christopher Steele was named as having gathering the information in the file
The President-elect has been notoriously active on the social network
'Oh pur-lease, he's never heard of you'
Twitter has been very interested in the remarks made by Meryl Streep about the US President-elect
Commuters faced a very blue Monday this morning - but it seems people still haven't lost their sense of humour
An account in the name of Alfie Barker, a striker on loan to Codicote in the South Midlands League, posted tweets which appeared to mock Arter's stillborn daughter
Donald Trump has claimed on Twitter that North Korea's plans to put America in range of a nuclear missile 'won't happen'
John Mason, the representative for Glasgow Shettleston, has been blasted by Twitter users over his choice of wording in a response he sent about Scottish independence
Charlie Wolf tells Julia Hartley-Brewer Trump plays by his own rules, just like the legendary boxer
Yesterday a fake BBC Twitter account claimed that the Queen had died, and many on Twitter believed it to be true
Twitter users have been giving their best legal tips, and it's all for free
The actress provoked fury after saying she wished she'd had an abortion on a podcast
Oshin Shahiean, solicitor and senior immigration adviser at OTS Solicitors, says Britain is already well-protected and there's no need to panic after Berlin attack
The former UKIP leader tweeted the Berlin market attack would be 'Merkel's legacy', and then claimed Jo Cox's widower supported extremism when he called him out
Three families of victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre have launched a lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter, over the spread of Isis propaganda
The Met Office has warned those in Scotland, the north of England and Northern Ireland that Storm Barbara is on its way for Christmas, but not everyone is taking the threat that seriously
Twitter's gone wild after former Labour leader inadvertently returned to the limelight
Jenkins says 'if you're being selected for important jobs these days, the best thing you can be is a black woman'
Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey was not invited to Donald Trump's summit with other technology leaders, reportedly because the site did not agree to an emoji
Here's what you might want to avoid doing in front of your friends, colleagues, and of course, your bosses
The Moors murderer recently revealed his views on Brexit - and the Metro Online referred to him as 'a high profile celebrity'
Members of the alt-right movement have become annoyed with scriptwriter Chris Weitz, according to reports, over the new Star Wars spin-off
The Foreign Secretary recently claimed the country was 'playing proxy wars' and 'abusing Islam' at a conference in Italy
The Shadow Foreign Secretary stood in for Jeremy Corbyn, while David Lidington stood in for Theresa May
Cruz Beckham has released a Christmas single entitled If Every Day Was Christmas, proceeds from the song will be going to charity
Members of the RMT Union have gone on strike today, meanwhile Aslef have banned all overtime on Southern Rail
Many on Twitter have been comparing differences in life between 2006 and 2016
The interview's been called 'the best piece of political journalism I have witnessed in decades.'
A plane carrying 81 people, including the Chapecoense football team has crashed in Columbia
The San Francisco 49ers team member has courted controversy since he sat down during the national anthem
Michael Crick claimed the interim UKIP leader had given him the news
Today is Black Friday, where many retailers put sales on to entice customers in
The nation has decided to sue the budget supermarket chain, and of course, the Twitterati share their view of it
Charles M. Blow wrote a column entitled 'No Trump, We Just Can't Get Along' in response to the president-elect's interview with the newspaper
There are only 31 days left until Christmas: here's what people want this year in four words...
The presenter called the incident 'an attack on free speech'
Sir Andrew Wood, the former ambassador to Russia, claimed an ambassador role wouldn't suit Nigel Farage because he's 'a politician from another party representing a different point of view'
The president-elect backed Farage for the role of UK-US ambassador on the social media site