Twitter is rolling out new ways to report abusive tweets and users, even if the person reporting the harassment isn\’t the victim.
Bill Clinton issued a shot across the bow at as his successor George W. Bush this week.
Social media has become a great avenue to connect with sports fans, but poorly thought-out campaigns can easily backfire.
The posts you \”like\” on Facebook do more than show support for a friend\’s new baby or express your obsession with a video of cute kittens. Your \”likes\” help scientists understand human behavior.
Zelda Williams, whose father Robin Williams committed suicide this week, has quit Twitter and Instagram, after reading \”cruel and unnecessary\” comments.
The fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Missouri has inspired an online response fueled by the depictions of young African-Americans in the media.
A day earlier, his Twitter had some pretty harsh words for the cops.
With no secret sacred anymore, the Major League Baseball trade deadline drama unfolds in real time on social media.
A Minneapolis man and his two children were asked to leave a Southwest Airlines flight in Denver after he tweeted about a boarding disagreement.
United States men\’s national soccer team may have lost their match against Belgium Wednesday, but goalkeeper Tim Howard is winning the Internet.
Did President Barack Obama abuse his executive power?
Parents are monitoring their children\’s social media involvement by limiting screen time and restricting access to certain sites. But what many parents don\’t realize is that their kids are monitoring them as well.
Men show their role in fighting for inequality with a new hashtag #AllMenCan.
A day after being told to park its cars, Uber urged its riders to contact Virginia state officials in support of the mobile-based car service.
The Washington Redskins took to Twitter Thursday to drum up support for the team\’s name. Instead they were bombarded with tweets in support of a name change.