CIA boss urges Trump to keep Iran nuclear deal, Trump picks Goldman Sachs veteran Steven Mnuchin as treasury secretary, Colombia Senate approves revised FARC peace deal, and more.
Trump picks Obamacare hater Tom Price to be health chief, North Dakota governor orders evacuation of Standing Rock camp, police probe whether Ohio campus attack was terrorism, and more.
Trump is expected to announce three cabinet-level appointments, a former Facebook editor says fake news could have been fixed, US astronaut Peggy Whitson becomes oldest woman in space, and more.
Donald Trump takes to Twitter to blame the media for inciting "professional protestors," Bernie Sanders won't rule out another presidential run, Leonard Cohen dies at age 82, and more.
Obama's departure from the White House also marks the first time a president will have to transfer his social media accounts to his successor.
Democrats sue Republicans over Trump's "rigged" election claims, woman fights off three men in clown masks, Orlando Magic dedicate season opener to Pulse nightclub victims, and more.
Facebook has a controversial plan to bring free internet to the US, Hurricane Matthew batters Florida, and more.
For a brief moment, Meerkat was the little live streaming app that could, and it retained its enthusiasts even as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube launched their own live-streaming services.
Donald Trump says Russian interference in the US election is "probably unlikely," Alaska approves marijuana for commercial sale, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz gives Democrats $20 million, and more.
Ondi Timoner's 2009 film showed how a prophetic art project pre-empted 'Big Brother' and our mass rejection of privacy. We caught up with her to see what's changed since its release.
Wallets are great, but why not take out the middleman and just tape dollars together?
"Her social-media posts are indicative of someone who's come to court with an agenda."
Aug 11, 2016
Honestly, it was the most fun I've had using the app.
Obama urged voters at the Democratic National Convention to carry Hillary Clinton to victory, the second French priest attacker has been identified, and more.
TJ Tarrant decided there was really only one way to destroy the homeowner's "Make the township white again" sign.
We asked psychologists and a chaplain how to handle weeks of headlines dominated by shootings, political turmoil, and terrorist attacks.
"I don't think it was that bad," said Matthew Maloney after biting the rat, drinking three shots of vodka, and getting a chair broken over his head—all for a Facebook video.
What starts out as a fun and relatable list soon turns into an exercise in self-loathing.
Five officers are dead following a sniper attack on a peaceful police protest in Dallas, the State Department has reopened the email probe on Hillary Clinton, and more.
It's tough out there for people who support a guy who called Latinos rapists but still want to eat a burrito.
For up to 100 hours a week, Renea Royster helps prison inmates post on Facebook, meet women, and keep track of fantasy sports, among other projects.
If you squint at your iPhone with one eye in a dark room, there's a chance you'll go blind for ~15 minutes. SCIENCE.
This morning, the GOP agrees to gun control votes after a 15-hour filibuster, Facebook is urged to give over information on Omar Mateen, Broadway stars will record a fundraising song for a Florida LGBT center, and more.
The feeling people get when they think about sex or money is the same addictive happiness teenagers feel when someone likes their post on social media.