D.C.-based business news and how-to website The Manifest says 86 percent of Americans now use social media every day. Women are more likely than men to check in repeatedly throughout the day.
A student said one of the teens posted a photo of himself on social media holding a handgun and later said he was going to come to the Montgomery College Germantown campus to look for the victim.
Water rescues continued as the remnants of Florence stalled over North Carolina, dumping several feet of rain and shattering records — and more was on the way. See social media posts from journalists and first responders.
With the start of the school year, some local school systems are keeping an eye on social media and even turning to social media-scanning software for help in preventing school shootings.
A new report shows how much teens use social media and how it affects them. The results may not be what one might expect.
A viral rumor about Facebook’s algorithm is bogus — and there’s nobody better to quash the spread of hoaxes than its own users, Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn explains.
A CareerBuilder survey says 70 percent of hiring managers now routinely search social networking sites to research job candidates, and half have found content that caused them not to hire someone.
Roseanne Barr reemerged on social media to update her fans on her mental well-being and what the future may have in store for her.
Are your former colleague’s workout selfies bringing you down? Or your college roommate’s constant pictures of their newborn adorable but just too much at times? Instagram’s got your back.
WASHINGTON — As investigators in Charles County, Maryland, look into why a student posted a threat against a middle school online, the school’s principal is using the scare as a teaching moment and asking parents…
From now on, the official Facebook page for Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will have to include a “constituent message page.”
According to a recent survey, teens who are on their phones more often have an increased likelihood of feeling unhappy. Actual connection “in real life” can be the antidote.
It can be difficult for parents to stay on top of an “onslaught’ of social media apps geared toward teens and tweens, says parenting blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner.
As Caribbean islands begin to take stock of damage left by Hurricane Irma, residents and visitors are sharing images of the aftermath.
A Catonsville, Maryland, man who was arrested in Utah uses social media and comic book conventions to meet underage girls for sex, according to detectives in Virginia.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.