“You have to stand up and fight for yourself,” says Jenny Smith, whose terminally ill son was made into an internet meme.
For some people, it’s not a good meal without taking a photo and sharing it on social media. But where to share those food pictures?
Through Twitter, Alejandro Avelar, 20, of Adelphi threatened to bring guns and explosives to the school on Tuesday afternoon.
A new study shows a minority of social media users acknowledge changing their minds about a candidate or political issue because of what they see or hear online.
With far less financial and human resources than even the smallest country on the planet, ISIL appears to be winning the messaging war it’s waging against the entire global security community.
A lecturer at the University of Virginia has apologized after comparing the Black Lives Matter movement to the Ku Klux Klan on social media.
Mark Zuckerberg, man of the future, man of the neolithic: Facebook CEO talks about hunting for one’s own food.
Four Montgomery County 13-year-olds have been charged with juvenile offenses for making threats of mass violence against students at Rosa Parks Middle School — the latest in a series of threats against area schools this week.
A non-profit organization that seeks to maximize Internet safety for children and families is urging parents to think carefully about the information they post as kids head back to school.
The cast of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is still a tight fit.
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony called on fellow athletes over social media to “step up” and “demand change” in wake of the latest police shootings.
D.C. firefighter Norman Brooks is on administrative duty during ongoing internal and police investigations of Facebook posts he made calling for violence against police.
Faced with cloudy conditions Monday night, producers decided to use fireworks footage from previous broadcasts – a first for the live annual broadcast on PBS. But after backlash, the producers are apologizing and said they didn’t mean to deceive viewers.
Many who were watching PBS’s broadcast of “A Capitol Fourth” noticed something was a little “off” when it aired footage of the fireworks show in the nation’s capital.
To ensure that the photos you upload onto social media aren’t a blurry disappointment, here are a few tips to help you immortalize those sparks in the sky.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.