Former President George W Bush Welcomes First GrandsonMr. Bush shared a couple of photos on Instagram and said, " @laurawbush and I are thrilled to welcome Henry Harold Hager to our family..."
Influencer Brittany Dawn Involved In New Businesses After Scamming ControversyA social media star accused of swindling customers is back in business.
As U.S. Cyberbullying Cases Continue To Rise Girls Report More Harassment
'National Selfie Day' Highlights Millennials' Efforts To Aim For Perfect Selfie"It’s a must for a perfect selfie. If you want to make your selfie look the best, you want a pouty lip, you want the best skin, smooth-looking skin," Carley Smith said.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Honor Muhlaysia Booker In Tribute To Pride MonthThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex are celebrating Pride Month in unity with the LGBTQ+ community. In an Instagram post, the royal couple posted a tribute that included slain transgender woman Muhlaysia Booker.
Sully The Service Dog Pays Tribute To Former President George H.W. Bush On Memorial DayThe Instagram post included a photo of Sully at the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC next to a stone engraved with George H.W. Bush's name.
Facebook, Instagram And WhatsApp Back Online After OutageFacebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are back online after temporarily being down on Sunday.
Social Media Battling Outbreak Of Vaxx, Anti-Vaxx MisinformationLike health officials facing measles outbreaks, internet companies are trying to contain vaccine-related misinformation.
'NO CANCER!': Cowboys Legend Michael Irvin Gets Good News Following Health ScareDallas Cowboys legend Michael Irvin is cancer-free, the former wide receiver announced Sunday morning following a test for throat cancer last week.
Cowboys Legend Michael Irvin Undergoes Throat Biopsy, Asks For PrayersIrvin said he lost his father to throat cancer at age 51 and he is terrified and asks for prayers in dealing with whatever the results may be.
Anorexia Survivor Calls Out Social Media Companies For Not Doing More To Stop People From Promoting StarvationManda Welch, 32, of Dallas, is bringing to light what she calls a disturbing trend.