Parents To Cop Photographed Comforting Child: 'Please Don't Let My Babies Die'A photo of a Dallas police officer comforting a 3-month-old boy at a car crash scene is making the rounds on social media Tuesday.
Twitter Rolls Out Stricter Rules On Abusive ContentTwitter is now enforcing stricter policies on violent and abusive content like hateful images or symbols, including those attached to user profiles.
Snapchat And Twitter Adopting New Looks To Gain More UsersA pair of struggling social-media darlings have decided they need to take on new looks if they want to prosper. Twitter is rolling out a 280-character limit for nearly all its users and Snapchat will undergo a revamp to make itself easier to use.
James Corden Catches Flak For Joking About Harvey WeinsteinTelevision talk show host James Corden is facing a backlash over jokes he made about Harvey Weinstein.
Bill Clinton Tweets About Visiting Bush Family In TexasFormer President Bill Clinton has been spending some time with former President George H. W. Bush and wife Barbara in Houston.
Man Blames Stress For Seizure-Inducing Tweet To Dallas-Based ReporterThe criminal complaint was filed in Dallas in December by Kurt Eichenwald, a Newsweek reporter with epilepsy who lives in the area.
Sharers Rather Than Authors More Important On Social MediaThe person who shares a news story on social media is more important than the story's actual source in determining whether readers believe it, a study by the Media Insight Project has found.
Lawmaker Quits After Mocking Looks Of Women At Women's MarchA Nebraska state legislator who was fined for having cybersex using a state computer has resigned after causing further outrage by sending a tweet that implied women's march participants were too unattractive to be sexual assaulted.