Three men have been charged with using Facebook to sell illegal drugs and guns.
So far, the problems have only been going on for a few hours.
In a viral photo, a father is shown having one last beer with his sons hours before he died of cancer.
Instagram has officially announced that it will begin the test of hiding “likes” for users in the United States.
Facebook, which has been caught in a bipartisan battle over political ads, is waging a different type of war against -- eggplants and peaches?
A little boy’s homemade Big Bird costume is being praised for its detail and cuteness.
Twitter is banning all political advertising from its service, saying social media companies give advertisers an unfair advantage in proliferating highly targeted, misleading messages.
A Canadian realtor got creative with his marketing after one of his signs was vandalized. Alan Stilwell, of Fredericton, New Brunswick, shared a photo of himself standing next to the vandalized sign. On his visage depicted on the sign, vandals apparently drew squiggly eyebrows, sunglasses, a squiggly mustache and a goatee, all etched in what looks like black marker.
"Keep an eye on your children's social media platforms."
An adorable dachshund has become a viral sensation for balancing a series of random objects on his head.
A Georgia teacher is under investigation by a local school district after allegedly showing students an image of the Confederate flag and stating it was a way to “announce that you intend to marry your sister.”
The sheriff's office had previously released a list of 15 apps parents should watch out for, noting the apps can be used by predators targeting children. Following the latest series of arrests, investigators updated the list to include six additional apps.
Police in South Carolina say an 11-year-old boy took his brother's car and drove alone for three hours to meet someone he met on Snapchat.
A federal appeals court says President Donald Trump can't ban critics from his Twitter account.
Chicago detectives are using Facebook to generate new leads and attract new attention to cold cases, and according to one detective, it's working.
Facebook and Instagram users are reporting issues while using the platforms.
President Trump took to Twitter on Friday evening and slammed social media censorship in reaction to Facebook's recent crackdown of conspiracy theorists, a prominent anti-Semite, and other far-right figures, saying that he's "monitoring and watching closely."
Police say massive disruptions have repeatedly forced malls to close, and that they've had enough.
In a FOX 32 special report: teenage tragedy.
A documentary called "Angst" is about how anxiety is impacting teens.