Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. They’re popular ways for people to communicate these days. But for politicians, there can be pitfalls.
Mark Zuckerberg gets hacked, a ramen burger takes the New York food scene by storm, and Beyonce is interviewed by Kid President
Struggling retailer JCPenney is under fire again, this time for one of the company’s latest ‘back to school’ television advertisements.
Curators at Baylor University’s Texas Collection, a vast collection documenting Texas history and culture, are turning to social media websites to expand their archive’s reach.
A Dallas woman who allegedly was distracted by Facebook has been charged after a 3-year-old girl she was supposed to watch drowned in a pool.
Facebook is adding a video service to its popular photo-sharing app Instagram, following in the heels of Twitter’s growing video-sharing app, Vine.
You never know what could become a deal breaker when it comes to landing a new job. So, students graduating this spring should first clean up their social media pages.
Are you a Facebook addict? Then enjoy this Facebook-inspired musical which chronicles your interactions with the social media tool.
One North Texas police department has taken to posting is their “wanted posters” on a social media website and the move has been successful.
Social media posts from Bryce Reed, the West first responder arrested for possessing bomb making materials, may give some insight into what he was thinking in the days after the explosion.