A couple who adopted a newborn daughter in Colorado was heading back home to California and had an unforgettable experience on a Southwest Airlines flight.
A Facebook content moderator from Carrollwood has filed a class-action lawsuit against the social network and the Tampa subcontractor that employs him, accusing the two companies of not providing proper support to workers who have to view traumatic content.
Fans can send a message to the Super Bowl champions by using the hashtag #NFLTwitter in their tweets.
A Utah man was locked in a 24 Hour Fitness gym after swimming laps alone in the pool and he decided to have some fun with the late-night lockup.
Although it’s hard to tell if the singer is serious about fleeing the U.S. for fear of an attack by Iran, a Nigerian government official responded to the tweet, noting that she is welcome in the country.
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.
These days, you apply for jobs online, create profiles on websites, and often connect with potential employers over email. So how do you surround yourself with the right community - when so few interactions are face to face?
The Pasco County Sheriff's Office has officially taken ownership of an online phenomenon it started in 2016.
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.
A little boy’s homemade Big Bird costume is being praised for its detail and cuteness.
You may want to think twice the next time you post about your child on social media. What you think might be a harmless post on your child's birthday or first day of school could give a criminal what they need to steal their identity.
Facebook is taking new measures to curb the spread of fake news on its huge and influential social network. It will focus on the "worst of the worst" offenders and partner with outside fact-checkers and news organizations to sort honest news reports from made-up stories that play to people's passions and preconceived notions.