Country Crooner Kacey Musgraves Puts LA Photo Shop On National MapThe six-time Grammy winner went into a struggling Koreatown photo shop and gave it a rave review.
Instagram Hoax Rocks (And Truly Annoys) Internet, Many CelebritiesInstagram reiterated Wednesday that there’s no truth to the post.
Marketing Firm Violates Instagram Privacy Policy By Saving User's LocationsAccording to Business Insider, user's stories were secretly being saved and their locations were tracked and stored by a marketing firm.
Facebook, Instagram Users Experiencing App Issues WorldwideThe world was a little less social Wednesday.
Head Of Instagram Says Ads Appear By 'Dumb Luck' Not By EavesdroppingInstagram's Adam Mosseri is now insisting that any rumors of the app eavesdropping on conversations are simply not true.
3 Charged In Stock Market Investment ScamA 19-year-old woman and two men in their twenties were arrested at their Rancho Cucamonga apartment after being accused of running an Instagram scam where they promised to double people's money in the stock exchange. 
Facebook And Instagram Down Globally In Apparent OutageUsers are reporting that they are not able to access the popular social media platforms.
Kevin Smith Contacts Authorities About Man Allegedly Stalking His DaughterIn a follow-up tweet the director wrote, "...Hate to be an alarmist but this out-of-towner is now blocks from where we live."
Instagram Effect: Selfies Leading To More Rescues In SoCalLeaping into danger just to get the perfect pic or video to share on social media. Sheriff's departments across Southern California say they're seeing a spike in the number of people who need to be rescued because they got hurt while searching for social media fame. Laurie Perez reports.
Instagram Debuts IGTV, A Standalone App For Videos From CreatorsAt a splashy event in San Francisco, the Facebook-owned photo service announces a bigger push into video
'This Train Must Be Going To Tijuana': Woman Claims She Was Booted Off Metrolink For Calling Out Security Guard's Racist RemarkFelisha Carrasco said when she complained to the train conductor about a security guard's racist remark at the Riverside Metrolink station, he told her, "'Well, it's freedom of speech." She said she responded, "No, that's not freedom of speech. That's hate speech."