Some of the most controversial decisions in the world of professional sports are being influenced by just how many people can see, react and share what they are feeling within minutes.
A recent national survey called rudeness a “national crisis,” with 70 percent of respondents blaming technology for the spike in disrespect.
A disturbing new trend has left teens and women dangerously infatuated with thin legs and thigh gaps, now some of them are going to risky extremes in their quest for ‘the inner gap’.
How many admissions officers are using the internet to screen applicants? What kind of online behavior affects a student’s admission to the college of their choice?
Call it a sign of the times. Police officers with the 44th Precinct — an area that includes the south Bronx and Yankee Stadium — are turning to the Internet to help fight crime.
Andrea Syrtash, relationship expert and c0-author of It’s Okay To Sleep With Him On The First Date And Every Other Rule Of Dating Debunked, stopped by The Couch to weigh in on the effect of the Internet in the world of dating.
Authorities announced an arrest warrant has been issued for Dennis Mamrosz, 24, of Yonkers. Mamrosz is currently in Westchester County jail on unrelated charges.
The superintendent for the West Islip school district said 12 students used Facebook to cheat on their biology homework and exam.
Christie Garton, founder of UChic, tells us how to clean up your online image.
On the attack against cyberbullying, concerned parents in Clarkstown have been calling police and school officials after some recent anonymous online postings.
Some girls dream about prom night and the perfect dress for years leading up to their senior year of high school, but picking out a beautiful dress is suddenly getting ugly with social media in the mix.
A now ex-staffer for mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio has been exposed, after sending hate messages on social media.
Federal data claims that the number of teenagers carrying guns in New York City has reached an all time low.
It’s happening more and more — first responders are posting graphic pictures of crime scene victims and medical patients on the Internet. And now there’s legislation that could have them prosecuted as criminals.
An internal order made public on Thursday advises members of the nation’s largest police department to “demonstrate professionalism” when using Facebook, Twitter and other social media.