The amount is nearly double what Ryan Kaji, who scored first on Forbes previous list, earned last year, Forbes reported.
"We don't have a hard and fast end date on this," Jessica Gerson-Neeves, the owner of the cats, told Insider.
Costello posted four videos on Instagram in tribute of Adalia Rose Williams where she tried on the dresses he had designed and made for her.
Caroline Cronin told Insider that when a "Bachelor" casting producer asked to see her body, she thought "I don't stand a chance."
Key figures within TikTok's growing chess community explain the boom in online popularity surrounding a game that's over 1,000 years old.
Approximately 400 children worldwide have the condition, according to the Progeria Research Foundation.
A purported screenshot of the Snapchat shows the lower half of a man's body, with another person appearing to tie something around the person's arm.
One book, "The Letterman," is billed as a story about a surgeon who is "found to have inscribed his initials on a donor liver."
The lawsuit alleges that a YouTuber with 1 million subscribers spread false claims about Cardi B, including that she contracted herpes and used drugs.
Netflix's "Hype House" reality show subtly revealed details about some of the biggest TikTokers in the world.
People are spreading baseless theories about how Saget died online, following similar claims about Betty White's death earlier this month.
Docquen Jovo Watkins and Rory Teasley had an argument over the multiplayer game "Overwatch," police said.
Henry Winkler's TikTok videos have delighted his fans. The former "Happy Days" actor told Insider he never expected to blow up on the app.
"It was the scariest, scariest moment ever," Nader said in a purported Instagram story shared by The Independent.
Papermaking communities in India have been around since at least the 16th century. We went inside a factory to see how the craft is still standing.
Netflix released its "Hype House" reality show this weekend, featuring some of the most popular (and controversial) TikTok creators.
The NELK Boys were ordered to disembark the ship after just 20 hours due to disruptive behavior and lewd comments, according to a video they shared.
Sidney Poitier was revered for his roles in films, such as "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," "A Raisin in the Sun," and "Lilies of the Field," for which he earned the Academy Award in 1963.
Lois Saunders' boyfriend Fin said he never expected the TikTok video to go viral, and the response has been mixed.
Some followers of the former tech founder say they're just trolling. One fan said they still love their "femme fatale" icon Elizabeth Holmes.
The creator, who has built up 2.6 million TikTok followers by critiquing misogynistic content, told Insider she hopes her videos help empower women.
Candice Murley had 44,000 followers across her two TikTok accounts. Her sister shared a GoFundMe to cover funeral costs.
Kotaro Nishibori stays true to the 1,200-year-old process of making wagasa, a traditional Japanese umbrella.
In the absence of posts from anonymous user "Q," online influencers have grown the conspiracy theory on alternative platforms like Telegram.
Experts say that while the artist's gestures are appreciated, more needs to be done to address the misogynoir and violence that's baked into policing.
Influencer Elle Darby has apologized for her "disgusting" 2011 tweets which included racist, homophobic, and fatphobic comments.
Hawk-eyed "Harry Potter" fans pointed out the mistake on social media after the reunion special aired Saturday on HBO Max.
Netflix's "Emily in Paris" was previously criticized for its lack of diversity and stereotyping cultures.
The city of Texarkana, Texas, warned its residents about "animal rain" that caused small fish to rain down from the sky.
Model Karoline Bjørnelykke told Insider, "I want the consumers to know about this since I believe a lot of the power lies with them."
After Foster posted a photo of his wife in a bikini with the caption "what baby!" she defended his comments, saying "I'm sorry but we are not sorry."
From crypto to COVID-19, it's been an unusual year for Wall Street — and Insider has been there every step of the way to chronicle the ups and downs.
The reality star quickly deleted the "No Way Home" posts after uploading them, but she's still facing backlash.
Pankhuri Shrivastava founded Pankhuri in 2019 as a women-centric social media platform. She founded multiple different startups in India.
Jaclyn Hill announced her engagement via Instagram. She's been dating food vlogger Jordan Farnum for more than four years.
The Black TikTokers who started the viral "Alors On Danse" trend said Black creators often don't get credit on the app the way white creators do.
The charges follow rumors of a TikTok trend that schools said encouraged violence, which caused widespread panic across the US last week.
Games involving choking date back to as early as 1995, according to one report from the CDC. The challenge is frequently attributed to social media.
A 2018 BBC investigation found that Kik had been involved in 1,100 child sexual abuse cases in the previous five years.
Symptoms of anthrax poisoning — cough, shortness of breath, among other things — are similar to those associated with COVID-19, the CDC says.
Gary Edwards, of Churchville, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to a year of probation on Monday for his role in the January 6 insurrection.
Whitney Leavitt's since-deleted TikTok showed her dancing next to her hospitalized baby. After receiving backlash, she spoke out to defend the video.
Insider spoke to six Korean-American influencers about how the popularity of Korean culture, food, and TV shows in the US is impacting their careers.
From everyone in the Spider-Verse to the various Peter Parkers, here we rank every Spider-Man on film.
YouTube's harmful and dangerous content policy bans clips of extremely dangerous pranks and content encouraging violent activity, among other things.
Cope's mother said she "would be here today if it wasn't for that post," the National reported, citing comments made after an inquest hearing.
The ACE Family's Catherine McBroom faced backlash for the post after experts warned a TikTok trend for at-home IUD removals could be dangerous.
Ethan Klein wrote in a follow-up tweet that "trolls have been mass flagging every video we've ever made."
TikTok star Brooklynne Webb said her song "My Crown" was intended as satire after it went viral with people labeling it "cringe."
The internet celebrity evaded or underpaid taxes totaling 703 million yuan, or $110 million, between 2019 and 2020, the Chinese government said.
Two Quidditch organizations said that a Warner Bros. trademark and J.K. Rowling's "anti-trans positions" made them decide to change the name.
The lifestyle guru shared the Christmas nativity set in a TikTok video that has over 330,000 views at the time of publication.
There is little evidence to suggest the purported trend ever existed. The DHS said it had no information indicating any "credible" threats.
Kim Kardashian told Bari Weiss that her daughter will keep breaking the mold on social media, but that "in my household, there are rules."
Right-wing politicians worldwide have made similar comparisons to the Holocaust, when an estimated 6 million Jewish people were killed.
Anna's last Instagram picture, posted Sunday, showed her at a dinner table surrounded by other people.
False claims about the furniture company, which were created by a QAnon influencer, went viral on social media in the summer of 2020.
The Christmas lunch served by a school in West Sussex, UK, was described as "disgusting" and like something "left over" from an "anatomy class."
Cristi Danilet told the AP that he believed the Superior Council of Magistrates was retaliating against his advocacy for judicial reform.
A purported clip also showed iShowSpeed calling the Instagram and OnlyFans model Ash Kash a "fucking bitch" among other expletives.
An Australian influencer known as the "Home Hacks Queen" shared three places people often forget to clean inside their homes.
On December 10, Austin and Catherine McBroom from the ACE Family revealed their luxury mansion after their previous LA home was foreclosed on.
Beauty guru Nikita Dragun posted about her mental health on Instagram, saying she was admitted to a psychiatric hospital involuntarily.
The YouTubers interviewed people on the street about the impact of the country's financial crisis, as the Turkish lira continues to fall.
Users are also using the platform to invite victims of the storm to stay with them for the holidays and share GoFundMe pages.
Hayley Paige Gutman's issues with JLM reached a boiling point when the company sued the designer over her use of her brands' social-media accounts.
Grace Gagnon told Insider about how she started the trend after posting a video as a joke to see if anyone would swap homes à la "The Holiday."
The streamer said in a tweet that he was banned for using the word "cracker," which is considered a slur by some white Southerners.
Nearly 95% of those were classified as runaways by the FBI, but the tweet follows how QAnon popularized the idea that children are abducted en masse.
The artist known as CharlestheFirst was found dead in a Nashville hotel room on Friday, police said.
The complaint alleges that King left underwear in the former producer's office and paid her less than male colleagues doing similar work.
Traci and Dave Gagnon met in the metaverse in 2015 while working and decided to pay homage to how they met by hosting a virtual wedding.
They met in 2020 after Paytas appeared on the H3H3 podcast, which is hosted by Hacmon's sister Hila Klein and her husband Ethan Klein.
Trisha Paytas married Moses Hacmon, the brother of Hila Klein, on December 11, according to two YouTube videos posted the following day.
As "The Great Resignation" continues, more and more millennial and Gen-Z workers are quitting their job and discussing it on TikTok.
Hundreds of students at an Oregon high school protested after two students made a slur-filled video, NBC News reported.
Abulaban, who has pleaded not guilty, reportedly told Fox 5 of the encounter: "What do you expect a man to feel?"
The death of Counter-Strike streamer Kristina "Kika" Dukic was announced in a now-expired Instagram Story on her account.
YouTuber Jeremy Beau Sides may have helped solve the case of 18-year-old Erin Foster and 17-year-old Jeremy Bechtel, who disappeared on April 3, 2000.
The "DuggarTok" community documents the "19 Kids and Counting" family's controversies and Josh Duggar's ongoing child pornography trial.
"It was just gay," said one fan of a pivotal moment in the relationship between Kara Danvers and Lena Luthor, which never became explicitly romantic.
Trichologist Bridgette Hill and veteran stylist Michele Pritchard spoke to Insider about how dirty hairbrushes affect the scalp and hair follicles.
TikTok named its top "breakthrough" creators for 2021, which it defined as those who "grew massive fandoms with their captivating content."
People sharing their experiences of IUDs is a reminder that healthcare should be easily accessible for everyone.
A Black job applicant is suing a company for hair discrimination, resulting in the first lawsuit to evoke the CROWN Act since it took effect in 2020.
The UK media regulator Ofcom said it will not investigate radio host Steve Allen after he called Tilly Ramsay "chubby" in October.
A study from communications company MSL looked into the "influencer pay gap" and found a 35% financial gulf between Black and white content creators.
The arrest followed the influencer reportedly encouraging followers to "shoot to kill" anyone involved in vaccinating children against COVID-19.
The post, which referenced a "storm" in its caption, had attracted QAnon supporters who left comments with other QAnon slogans like "WWG1WGA."
According to TikTok, its top video of the year was @totouchanemu's "Stay" drone video, in which he danced to Justin Bieber and The Kid LAROI's song.
Allen Hazard of the Narragansett tribe has been making wampum, a purple and white bead, from quahogs, or hard-shell clams, for the past 40 years.
While the labor movement called the Great Resignation is historic, it's not all inclusive,. Thousands of people can't leverage the current moment.
In 2016, Wanda Dench accidentally invited Jamal Hinton over for Thanksgiving dinner. When he accepted, it sparked a friendship that's becoming a film.
The Twitch-turned-YouTube influencer Ludwig Ahgren said his stream was suspended only a few days after he switched to streaming on YouTube.
TikTokers like "Miss Excel" and "Your Excel Friend" are racking up millions of views making videos with tips on how to use the spreadsheet program.
The removal of Queen Elizabeth II as Barbados' head of state will inspire a broader conversation about British colonialism, Caribbean nationals say.
A TikToker known as @momillennial_ made a series of controversial claims about Ancient Rome, prompting other TikTok historians to respond.
Sabrina Prater has responded to widespread claims she has kidnapped people after conspiracies about her went viral.
News reports and police have linked fence vandalism to a "Kool-Aid Man" challenge. TikTok says it hasn't found evidence of the trend on its platform.
The recent, and many times unexpected, deaths of high-profile public figures is shining a light on how Black men are an underserved demographic.