President Obama reached out to a younger generation today with a live online interview with three of the most popular YouTubers on the internet.
President Obama will field questions today from representatives of the online audience, represented by popular YouTubers Bethany Mota, GloZell Green, and Hank Green.
President Obama, the leader of the free world, will field questions from representatives of the online audience, represented by three popular YouTubers.
A video of a New Jersey pastor admitting to punching a boy for “not taking the Lord serious” has gone viral.
As 2014 comes to a close, we’ve taken a look back at the stand-out stories that you loved to discuss this year. In no particular order, here are CBS New York’s top five Facebook talkers for 2014.
The film was originally set to debut in roughly 3,000 theaters. It will now open in just over 200. Sony pulled the plug on a nationwide release after hackers calling themselves “Guardians of Peace” threatened 9/11-style attacks.
Model Pranksters decided to perform a social experiment to determine how observant New Yorkers really are.
A Westchester man has found 10 seconds to stardom in the age of the internet. You name the song style and he can sing it.
The woman featured in a YouTube video being catcalled in New York City is now receiving rape threats online, according to the organization that posted the clip.
The Rev. David Rider, 29, of Hyde Park, New York, and the Rev. John Gibson, 28, of Milwaukee, first shot to Internet fame when they were filmed while studying in Rome.
A New Jersey man claims he was harassed by police and has video evidence to prove it, but the police cruiser of the officer who pulled him over was also recording and that video shows a completely different set of events.
If this doesn’t give you chills, call your doctor. You need to be checked for a pulse.
“I am so sick and tired of Eli Manning,” the fan, identified as John Sherman, said in a 32-second video uploaded to YouTube. “He sucks!”
A 2-year-old New Jersey boy is giving us all a lesson in perseverance.
An enthusiastic emergency medical technician from New Jersey got the attention of the pop star Rihanna, after a video of him dancing behind the wheel went viral.