Here's a job opportunity for people who would like to get close to royalty: Queen Elizabeth II is hiring a person to help maintain her web presence.
“Sorry about ya Grammy,” Lauren Turner captioned the video she posted on Sunday. She also included the hashtag “it wasn’t me.”
Popular wedding inspiration sites, Pinterest and The Knot, will no longer promote content that involves former slave plantations.
So far, the problems have only been going on for a few hours.
Five people from Houston and Atlanta were charged on suspicion of scamming dozens of senior citizens out of more than $2 million through online dating and social media apps.
In a viral photo, a father is shown having one last beer with his sons hours before he died of cancer.
Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch says President Donald Trump’s tweets about her during her testimony in the impeachment hearings are “very intimidating” to her and other witnesses.
No, it's not you: Instagram will be hiding the number of “likes” on certain accounts, but not everyone is happy about it.
Instagram has officially announced that it will begin the test of hiding “likes” for users in the United States.
A photography project involving ballet dancers and shelter animals has helped the pets find forever homes.
If you’re in Taiwan anytime until the end of December, you might want to stop by a local Domino’s and try its latest concoction – boba pizza.
Michigan middle school students surprised their classmates as an early Halloween gift with a flash-mob dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
A little boy’s homemade Big Bird costume is being praised for its detail and cuteness.
Facebook announced Friday it will begin testing Facebook News, which the tech giant said will offer users more control over the stories they see as well as the ability to discover a broader array of content.
A Canadian realtor got creative with his marketing after one of his signs was vandalized. Alan Stilwell, of Fredericton, New Brunswick, shared a photo of himself standing next to the vandalized sign. On his visage depicted on the sign, vandals apparently drew squiggly eyebrows, sunglasses, a squiggly mustache and a goatee, all etched in what looks like black marker.
A Georgia teacher is under investigation by a local school district after allegedly showing students an image of the Confederate flag and stating it was a way to “announce that you intend to marry your sister.”