Social media has become an integral part of our lives — but what you put on sites like Facebook and Twitter could get you fired.
The tweet showed a map labeling Newark as “West Africa,” “Guyana,” among other places.
Social media has become a sort of diary, minus the lock and key, now many people are having regrets about things that they have posted and shared with the world.
Comedians – as well as everyday Twitter users – were having a field day Tuesday evening in the wake of the latest sexting revelations involving mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner.
On Wednesday, the hashtag #ItsSoHot was introduced on Twitter, which has prompted thousands of funny and creative tweets from folks sweating it out.
Cruz says he’s “not the type of guy to incite violence on anyone” after making headlines for a regrettable post on Twitter.
Cruz posted “Thoroughly confused. Zimmerman doesn’t last a year before the hood catches up to him.”
The British newspaper The Daily Mail claims Baldwin’s 29-year-old yoga instructor wife, Hilaria, tweeted about fruit smoothie recipes and shopping for a wedding anniversary present during the funeral services Thursday.
“Ninety-nine times out of 100, I roll with it pretty good,” Brian Cashman said. “I didn’t roll with this one well at all. I popped. I sounded off. Reality TV at its best.”
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.
Jason Kidd retired just over a week ago and already has a head coaching job. Knicks great Patrick Ewing has been waiting over 10 years for his shot. And that’s enough to get under his son’s skin.
Employees were asked to leave campus at around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. The all-clear was given at 6:25 p.m.
Amanda Bynes on Saturday released a statement via Twitter, claiming a police officer sexually harassed her and touched her inappropriately the night before her arrest, and that the charges that she threw a bong out a window were a “lie.”
There was a stunning denunciation Thursday of Anthony Weiner’s mayoral bid by none other than the scandal-fighting governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo.
“I’m running for mayor because I’ve been fighting for the middle class and those struggling to make it my entire life. And I hope I get a second chance to work for you.”