Yung Miami released the video for her raunchy track "Rap Freaks" on Friday—and a host of stars were mentioned in her fantasy list.
Fans have discovered that "Dune" star Timothée Chalamet used to have a YouTube channel dedicated to modding Xbox controllers.
Meghan Markle has recorded a video of herself reading from her children's picture book, which she wrote "for my husband and our son Archie."
The homeowner reported hearing a "hiss" coming from a water meter cabin and called police after being unable to identify the snake he found.
The budding chef shared a clip to his YouTube account of the unique recipe, which has divided opinion online.
"This is for Big Tech a Big Tobacco moment....It is a moment of reckoning. There will be accountability. This time is different," Sen. Richard Blumenthal said.
Abelina Sabrina shared the heartbreaking story of her ectopic pregnancy on her YouTube channel, and called out the behavior of her ex Gus Johnson.
YouTuber Sabrina, who discussed her pregnancy in a video, later tweeted that she "won't accept a misleading apology."
Matthew LaBanca was fired for failing to "support and exemplify by his/her public conduct Catholic doctrine and morality."
Social media companies that do not comply with the new guidelines could face fines of 10 million Australian dollars, comparable to $7.5 million.
Singer and rapper Giselle, of K-pop group aespa, faced backlash after she was seen mouthing a racial slur in a behind-the-scenes video.
The artist and writer's gender-challenging works were forgotten after the Second World War before being rediscovered in the 1990s.
After Newsweek reached out to tech companies whose services were used by Las Vegas pick-up artist Mike Ke, some have begun terminating his accounts.
"Big Tech companies are eagerly expanding their empires to gain greater control and insight into our spending habits," CFPB Director Rohit Chopra said.
The plaintiffs also argued that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which allows tech companies to moderate content, was "bonkers."
"There was no saving him," Brittany Dawn said about the condition of her dog when he was found.
Forget Kim Kardashian, these outages really broke the internet.
"As Big Tech has grown and evolved over the years, our laws have not changed to keep up and ensure these companies are competing fairly," Senator Grassley said.
A new trailer for "Call of Duty: Vanguard's" Zombie mode will soon be dropping online. Here is all you need to know and how and when to watch the reveal.
A new trailer for "Battlefield 2042's" Hazard Zone mode will debut this week. Here is everything you need to know about where to watch it and when it will go live.
MrBeast is no stranger to creating videos with games and often offers up prizes of $500,000.
This will mark Blue Origin's second rocket launch into space and would make 90-year-old William Shatner the oldest person to make the journey.
Conservative voices have mocked the video of the Vice President talking to seemingly ordinary children to mark World Space Week.
The prolific actress known for her Shakespearean roles was a theater star in America for nearly 30 years.
As more mandates are put into place, resistance has grown on the internet.
Big Tech is attempting to divert attention away from their own monopolistic practices.
America's technology sector produces the world's most innovative and successful companies.