The book—which will address bullying and being true to oneself—is scheduled for release on December 1.
The mayor of Tiburon apologized for the incident, but the officers said they were just doing due diligence.
The "Take Me to Church" hitmaker shared a bizarre clip to his Instagram story of him crooning into the camera with a bizarre 'Handsome Squidward' filter in place.
The creators of an Instagram poll asking students who was planning to go to parties turned the list of respondents over to the administration of Northeastern University, which sent out warning letters to students and their parents.
"Lie one more time and ima quit sparing you," her Twitter read.
Even though celebrities are a frequent target of the far-right conspiracy theory, a few celebrities have used their platform to amplify it.
The "Basic Instinct" star revealed that her sister, Kelly, is struggling to breathe with the disease.
The singer referenced Kabbalah which she famously practiced in the mid-2000s, along with several other celebrities at the time.
After a series of concerning Instagram posts, the actor told fans that he's okay, a day before he turns 29.
LaKeith Stanfield posted some now-deleted Instagram content that appeared to feature references to self-harm, leaving fans of the "Get Out" actor worried for his wellbeing.
Creators have begun sharing videos to Reels. Many are using the new platform for unique takes on similar content that they were creating on TikTok.
Falwell, Jr. drew criticism for an Instagram post in which he appeared with his pants unzipped and his shirt raised.
Despite a mass advertising boycott and internal criticism over his platform's policing of Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg is richer than ever, with his wealth only behind Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates.
Celebrities are turning themselves into memes as part of Reese Witherspoon's viral 2020 Challenge.
"It's preposterous that Silicon Valley, the bastion of diversity and liberalism, is terrified of intellectual diversity and conservative voices," said Trump 2020 deputy national press secretary Ken Farnaso.
A video of a woman playing piano in a destroyed room has given people hope for resilience in Beirut following yesterday's explosion.
The new feature boasts interesting features like "Align" and a few celebrities already making use of the new technology.
DeGeneres's Twitter followers have taken a hit this month amid allegations of a toxic workplace being leveled against the TV personality.
"We think fair competition makes all of us better. To those who wish to launch competitive products, we say bring it on," TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer wrote in a blog post published today.
"Given that Lasso didn't catch on, it's not surprising to see Facebook try this tactic," a TikTok spokesperson said, referencing an Instagram service that will reportedly compete with the popular app.
Women are sharing black and white selfies with supportive captions on Instagram with the hashtag #ChallengeAccepted.
The model and mother-to-be gave fans a glimpse into her Manhattan home and "passion project" which she says she spent most of last year designing.
The iconic daytime 'Live' host died at 88 on Friday of natural causes. All sorts of entertainers and President Trump paid tribute to the television personality.
Taylor and Ye have a long relationship that shows them going from rivals to friends to rivals again, and Swift dropping her album the same day that Kanye plans to release his is just the latest jab in their beef.
"I've never felt so unconditionally loved by someone in my life," Lovato wrote about her husband-to-be on Instagram.
The rapper boasted about her earnings on Twitter and said: "Remember when yall made fun of me for not getting a flight back? Now a b**** might buy a plane."
Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying rewrote the lyrics to "Alexander Hamilton" to offer praise for Dr. Anthony Fauci on TikTok and Instagram.
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The tweet sparked the hashtag #BringBackMySpaceTom as users reminisce about the social media platform and its founder.
"I have once again begun my journey back to sobriety and have enrolled in an anti-racist program with immediate effect," the former start-up boss said in a statement released this weekend.