Jerry Seinfeld, one of the more muted comedians when it comes to politics, made some candid and compelling observations recently. It wasn’t red or blue state stuff, but more red, white, and blue content.
Hashtag: Think before you post something on social media. That’s the message New York Jets coach Todd Bowles has given his players about using forums such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
For many, it’s a fear of missing out or “FOMO” and it’s causing digital anxiety.
Levin said to be especially careful about sharing children’s information because no one is checking their credit.
Corden’s seemingly never-ending list of social media accounts to follow him on is both a hilarious joke and a commentary on the digital age humans live in now
Gilda Radner had a rare gift. Even in her darkest days fighting cancer, the comedian knew laughter could be good medicine.
The New Jersey Education Department says it will do a review to make sure that students’ privacy is not compromised by Pearson, the standardized testing firm monitoring social media.
A new study from the University of Michigan suggests parents tend to overshare — posting pictures or stories about their kids online.
Passengers are recalling the tense moments aboard Delta Flight 1086 as it skidded and crashed through a fence during landing at LaGuardia Airport Thursday morning.
Social media was abuzz Thursday night about what would appear to be an everyday photo of a two-tone dress.
The family of a teacher killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut has applied to trademark her name — in an attempt to stop others from misusing it on social media.
New Jersey authorities have decided the pictures on social media of a teenage girl dressing herself like Hitler, and a popular Orthodox Jewish gathering spot with the caption “perfect bombing time,” did not amount to criminal acts.
The Nielsen company said the game’s viewership exceeded the record of 112.2 million set last year, when Seattle beat Denver.
Ismaaiyl Brinsley began his Saturday, by making anti-police threats online.
Social media exploded, and phones rang off the hook, after CBS2 aired a story earlier this week about a Long Island horse sanctuary in danger of closing.