Tank tops aren’t permitted at Pasadena High school unless the straps are at least two inches wide.
While friends and family mourn the loss of reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, millions more have gone to social media to try to make sense of the shocking act.
The DA’s office says Cesar Mauricio Estrada-Davila reached out to young girls on a social media website between January and April claiming to be a modeling agent.
“#EDM was being used to share content that violates our guidelines around nudity.”
The use of the hashtag “#100daysand100nights” has surged over the past week, sparking fears of what many perceive to be a threat that two gangs are competing to be the first to kill 100 people in South Los Angeles.
A swarm of spontaneous selfie sessions has commenced in the lobby of the Anaheim Convention Center as hundreds of fans have gathered for impromptu interaction with folks they watch online.
With YouTube taking about a 45 percent cut of ad revenue from videos posted on the site, YouTubers and companies that manage them are hunting for new ways to make money from the audiences they’ve built on the platform. That will be a big topic of conversation at VidCon, the annual convention in Anaheim that kicked off Thursday.
A man accused of preying on a 12-year-old girl before her father swooped in to rescue her faced a judge Wednesday.
Kim Kardashian says the large number of selfies she posts on social media empowers her to control her public image, but also contributes to her being viewed by some merely as a sexual object.
Tim LeBlanc happened to be up around 2 a.m. Monday morning and noticed his 12-year-old daughter was gone, and her bedroom window open.
As news of the Supreme Court’s ruling that same-sex marriage was constitutional in all states, celebrities and prominent LGBT rights advocates took to Twitter to celebrate the landmark decision.
Amy Sulkis said she had to leave her job because of the stress.
The mother of a young child who battled a rare cancer for over a year is fighting Instagram after the social media service deleted a profile that accounted the child’s journey.
California lawmakers are trying to address one problem with dying in an age of widespread social media and electronic communication: What happens to your digital life when you die?
Are you a digital addict? It’s a new and common anxiety caused by the gadgets that are supposed to help us in our everyday lives.