U.S. Sen. and former Newark Mayor Cory Booker has been receiving a lot of criticism on how a $100 million donation to the Newark Public Schools, by Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg, is being spent.
Parents of Newark school children are wondering what happened to the $100 million Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated to improve the city’s school district.
Police said the video was taken down. The boy faces two counts of invasion of privacy.
Sorry, New York isn’t a National League town. Not anymore, and not by a long shot, according to a map generated by the New York Times.
Powell posted the photo and said “Throwback Thursday – I was doing selfies 60 years before you Facebook folks. Eat your heart out Ellen!”
What goes through your mind when you hear the word “bossy?” A new campaign featuring Beyonce and Jennifer Garner said the label is holding girls back.
Six Flags said Thursday that nearly 4,000 fans took part in the multiple-choice voting.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has been asking Facebook to adopt such restrictions, as have Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Moms Demand Action.
A Staten Island teen was one of many people who thought Mayor Bill de Blasio made the wrong call on Thursday by keeping schools open during the snowstorm.
An adult pajama party hosted after hours inside a children’s entertainment facility had parents furious on Long Island Tuesday night.
New Jersey lawmakers are expected to pass legislation that will mandate social media responsibility as part of the 6th-, 7th-, and 8th-grade curriculum starting in the next school year.
The media company released a statement Friday reiterating its disapproval of “Duck Dynasty” cast member Phil Robertson’s remarks regarding homosexuality in the January edition of GQ magazine.
The Westchester County village of Pleasantville has placed a police officer on administrative leave, after he was allegedly caught making a racist rant — reportedly about President Barack Obama — on Facebook.
Passwords for some 2 million Facebook, Google and other accounts have been compromised and circulated online, according to security experts.
A New Jersey state appeals court on Tuesday ruled that paroled sex offenders can be barred from Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and other social networking platforms.