The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Monday about Florida and Texas laws passed to prohibit social media platforms from removing controversial or political posts that violate rules of the road those companies enforce. Their ultimate decision will affect every state in the country.
The Supreme Court social media cases center on Texas and Florida laws that aim to prevent platforms like Facebook, TikTok and others from censoring users based on their viewpoints.
'Mychal the Librarian' often posts inspiring videos on social media promoting literacy, kindness and messages about mental health.
The owner of the Black-owned business posted a message on social media saying Tesla contacted her to order 2,000 of these pies for about $6,000.
Social media use may be causing ‘popcorn brain.’ Here’s what you need to know.
The San Francisco Zoo is warning about a scam on social media that is luring visitors with a bogus offer to get steeply discounted admission tickets.
The new feature nudges teen users to get downtime off the app when it's late at night. Here’s how it works.
Nkechi Diallo, a woman who's also known as “Rachel Dolezal," is no longer working for a school district in Southern Arizona. Dolezal was at the center of a racial identity scandal that garnered international media attention in 2015.
The domain name YouTube.com, which ultimately became the social media platform and website for sharing videos, was registered on February 14, 2005.
Want to stop the Facebook “chirping" sound as you scroll through your feed? Here’s how.
The launch of Facebook was one of the biggest moments in the U.S. in the last 20 years, and here’s a look back at some of the other events in news and pop culture that made headlines in 2004.
While Spotify codes launched in 2017, Spotify tattoos have become a viral trend on social media.
A Florida mom has been banned from a Christian prepatory school's pickup area because she has an OnlyFans decal on the back of her car promoting her account. Some parents complained. She's now concerned about her children's safety.
The CEOs of Meta, TikTok, X and other social media companies have testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about child safety on their platforms.
The Meta CEO faced scathing questioning regarding Facebook and Instagram oversight and reporting of explicit content involving children
“Doxxing” may be a term that’s popped up more frequently in your feeds recently. Here is what it means to “dox” someone, and how it may or may not be considered a crime.
California lawmakers and the Attorney General on Monday unveiled a bill, which they described as landmark legislation that would protect children from social media addiction. If it passes, it would be the first such law in the nation.
Kieria Jones and her three kids moved to Houston at the start of 2024 and are now homeless.
'Yeah as a mom of 3, I'm with the Panera guy,' one user commented on the video.
Barczyk amassed a large following by creating videos that captured his enthusiasm for reptiles and other wildlife.