A "strike" has been issued to Sky News Australia, blocking it from posting for seven days.
The 22-year-old plummeted over 650 feet while filming a video for his channel in Mount Seceda, Italy.
The rideshare company plans on returning employees to offices in October, but they must be fully vaccinated.
The billionaire Amazon founder and spaceman is often likened to supervillains Lex Luthor and Dr. Evil—and this viral video could explain why.
Salva unveiled the car to fans declaring "dreams do come true." His dream ended soon after.
The musician's new song has gone viral, but not how she might have wanted it to—or has it? Newsweek investigated the online claims that it's all just a social experiment.
Now is not the time to let Big Tech run wild.
Navigation app Gaia GPS can now run on Google's Android Auto operating system, allowing users to see their vehicle and surroundings on a map when off the grid.
"Getting vaccinated is one of the most important ways to keep ourselves and our communities healthy in the months ahead," Google CEO Sundar Pichai said.
Arieh Smith regularly shocks people in public by speaking their native language, and his latest video using Yoruba has gained over 6 million views in a day.
Newsweek spoke to popular YouTubers Girlfriend Reviews about their recent "Last of Us 2" controversy, after a Reddit user accused the channel's fans of sending death threats.
Conservative commentator Steven Crowder, 34, took to Instagram and Twitter to share a photo of himself as he recovers from an operation.
The horse took the groom on a 2.5-mile journey after being spooked by a firework before they were both rescued by family members.
Some on Twitter argued googling "shouldn't be there any more than "English Alphabet.'"
Created in collaboration with a Japanese animation studio, the interactive Google Doodle game pays homage to 16-bit video games from Japan.
Wrongthinkers must be treated as a danger in Joe Biden's America because Wrongthinkers threaten the power and privilege of the Ruling Class for which he serves as a figurehead.
Da Leigh told Newsweek she quit after a day-and-a-half because she was "being denied basic human rights."
A response is expected by mid-September from the Department of Justice regarding whether or it will intervene in this constitutional challenge.
The 20-year-old, known as Minnesota Guardian on YouTube, is accused of attacking the woman after offering her a lift home.
Stephen Colbert is seen driving through South Carolina in the clip, which was released on Monday.
YouTuber Gabbie Hanna took a social media break after facing backlash for her latest series in which she addressed feuds with various social media stars.
The social media personality is still dealing with the fallout out from the recent grooming allegations, and had only just made his online comeback.
Footage of Jamie Lynn Spears performing one of her sister's songs is being viewed in a whole new light.
Fans also shared warm memories and heartfelt tributes to the late rapper in the comments section of the YouTube video.
TikTok star Addison Rae, 20, faced backlash after commenting that she studied "3 whole months of broadcast journalism" to prepare for the reporter role.
Astounded viewers were ashamed of their own shortcomings as an adult, with one lamenting "I can't even cook."
Mukbang influencers are allowed to post videos of them cooking and eating seafood alive because of a loophole in Facebook and YouTube's policies that animal rights groups want closed.
The smartphone launched by Bitcoin millionaire Erik Finman will feature its own app store and pre-loaded apps.
Influencer Jaclyn Hill claimed two males had tried to "physically pull [her] into their car while [she] was alone outside," in a social media post.
Fleets, the full-screen tweets at the top of timelines that expire after 24 hours, will completely disappear on August 3.