Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s lawsuit against the co-founder of YouTube over leaked footage of their marriage proposal should move forward, a California appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Federal officials said Tuesday they are investigating the actions of a U.S. Marshals Service employee who was caught on video grabbing a woman’s cell phone in South Gate, throwing it to the ground and kicking it away.
As the hype around the next ‘Star Wars’ movie continues to grow, one fan gave the films a local spin through a creative video, which has gathered plenty of attention online.
YouTube will soon give viewers the option of paying a monthly fee to skip ads.
Students at a high school in Whittier received a huge surprise during Thursday’s pep rally with their parents taking the stage.
A former school administrator who molested two Riverside County girls — one of whom confronted her in a recorded telephone call later posted online — was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison.
President Obama reached out to a younger generation today with a live online interview with three of the most popular YouTubers on the internet.
President Obama will field questions today from representatives of the online audience, represented by popular YouTubers Bethany Mota, GloZell Green, and Hank Green.
President Obama, the leader of the free world, will field questions from representatives of the online audience, represented by three popular YouTubers.
Two men seen in a YouTube video that showed a homeless man buying food for friends with $100 refuted claims Friday that the act of kindness was merely a hoax.
The homeless man’s brother spoke to CBS2’s Stacey Butler.
Sony Pictures Entertainment’s “The Interview” was made available for rent and purchase online Wednesday morning.
A low-budget anti-Muslim film that sparked violence in the Middle East and death threats to the actors involved was compared with the likes of “Titanic” and “The Lord of the Rings” in a federal appeals court Monday.
A federal appeals court will reconsider a decision to order YouTube to take down an anti-Muslim film clip that sparked violence in the Middle East and death threats to the actors from those who considered it blasphemous to the Prophet Muhammad.
The department Monday posted their version of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” to YouTube in an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road.