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.
If that guy who popped up in your Facebook “people you may know” section looks vaguely familiar, it may be because you’ve recently crossed paths.
Dads across the globe are taking part in the #CheerioChallenge craze that’s daring fathers everywhere to place the breakfast cereal on their child’s nose, forehead or wherever it’ll stack.
Metro will finally respond to riders’ concerns on social media on a regular basis starting this summer.
Distracted drivers beware, citizens are using social media to call you out when you misbehave behind the wheel.
The number of employers who use social media and networking sites to check out applicants has roughly quintupled in the past 10 years.
An adorable 6-year-old girl named Layla is warming hearts on social media with her sweet reaction to finding out her dad is transgender.
You already know Facebook is tracking you, but you likely have no idea how closely. USA Today contributor Kim Komando says there’s an easy fix for that.
Black History Month is coming to a close, but the month wasn’t without controversy.
As federal and state investigators look into the app a former volunteer school aide allegedly used to share child porn, police are cautioning parents to be proactive.
The D.C. police department relies on text messages and social media to connect with younger city residents.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.