A soldier can be heard saying: "The only thing that saved my life is this phone and a badge they gave us."
Russian media claims Google's alleged move to decensor Russian military bases comes amid "strained relations" between the country and the U.S. tech giant.
Teddy the Oriental Shorthair cat has gone viral thanks to his striking resemblance to the popular Hollywood star.
Kaiti Yoo spoke with Newsweek about partnering up with YouTube to help bring Coachella to the viewers at home.
Dud was named a foreign agent along with seven other figures in politics and media.
There were "several" victims, police said, two videos were posted to the suspect's YouTube page, where he's been active since being identified.
The Kremlin critic is calling for a massive advertising campaign on social media targeting Russian citizens to counter the Kremlin's "Goebbelsian propaganda."
"We have to call the police," Youtuber David Dobrik said as he was told a convicted pedophile had allegedly stole his pricey statue. "That's f***ing scary."
The suspect charged in connection with Tuesdays subway shooting in Brooklyn, Frank James, uploaded a video to his YouTube channel about the Duchess of Sussex.
"I've seen so many drivers see a light flip red, and they continue to speed through the light like it was a green," one commenter said of the footage.
The account, on which James recently said he wanted to watch people die, was removed for "violating YouTube's Community Guidelines," according to the platform.
A subset of YouTube channels create violent cartoon parodies featuring viral horror characters that are popular with kids.
In a resurfaced video from his YouTube channel, Will Smith recalls a story which echoes the slap he gave Chris Rock for joking about his wife at the Oscars.
In the new song, the band sings a Ukrainian protest tune that was written during World War I.
Children have been recreating scenes and lines from a horror game character after seeing clips online.
"She says, 'Please give my pups some of the food from the bag so they stop biting me!'" one commenter joked.
"Not to be dramatic, but I would die for this cat," wrote one viewer of the famous cat's video.
"The current moral panic about LGBT 'grooming' is vilification rhetoric that would be perfectly at home in any 1970s anti-gay smear campaign," Wynn told Newsweek.
Online searches for "learn sign language online free" increased by 600 percent after 'CODA' took home the Oscar for best picture.
The developers of the store, Digital Platforms, say that the app was developed after Alphabet Inc. suspended usage of the Google Play store in Russia.
Trump has endorsed two candidates in the Peach State: Herschel Walker for U.S. Senate and David Perdue for governor.
YouTube is celebrating Women's History Month while staying silent on male YouTubers who profit from the demise of female TikTok stars in Egypt.
"I think it's the hardest I've laughed in my life," said David Schwimmer of the scene in a 2008 interview with Conan O'Brien.
Dominykas Zeglaitis posted a video explaining the public fake out.
The Republican congresswoman tweeted: "They only censor us because we speak the truth and they can't risk the actual facts getting out."
Russia has restricted access to Google News within the country, accusing the company of promoting false information about the war in Ukraine.
One person commenting on the exchange of opinions said simply it "sums up America at the moment."
Neighbor Jordan Hook took aim at elements of YouTube culture, adding that he spent over $4,500 on his car just last month.
Russian travel blogger Ruslan Usachev spoke to Newsweek about how the Russia-Ukraine conflict is affecting the YouTuber community.
"He's worried about 'crazy' people, but he's the one who Googled your medicine," a TikToker commented.