From LEGO retrospectives to celebrities getting bitten by sharks, here's a collection of YouTube channels to watch.
In an exclusive with Newsweek, The YouTuber talks about his work ethic, his start and where he's going next
You'll want to watch Jimmy Kimmel interview Bill Burr from the safety of his vehicle.
"While we have seen only a few usage peaks, we have measures in place to automatically adjust our system to use less network capacity," a YouTube spokesperson told Newsweek.
Both late-night TV hosts shared "minilogues" from home while self-quarantining.
In a tweet this morning, President Trump wrote the briefing will contain "very important news" from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), without elaborating. Here's how to watch the briefing.
The former first lady told Vogue about the difficulties women face in positions of leadership and how important it is that girls get a good education.
On Tuesday, Justin Bieber released a new video for his song "Changes" from the album of the same name.
Video giant YouTube, which is owned by Google, has more than two billion users and claims to reach more U.S. citizens in the 18-35 demographic than any TV network.
YouTube permanently banned anti-Semitic conspiracy news outlet TruNews Thursday, months after the organization deemed the impeachment of President Donald Trump a "Jew coup."
The Norwegian band's 1985 music video became the second '80s music video to pass a billion views on YouTube, inspiring parodies, covers, and homages
YouTubers have had their channels taken over after falling prey to a phishing scam. Get all the details and learn what you can do to spot a fake.
The YouTube star, who has 3.7 million followers on Twitter, shared a motivational message on Monday, but followers did not find it to be so inspiring.
As YouTube celebrates 15 years on the internet, these are the videos that were viewed more times than any other each year.
As the video sharing site turns 15, we look at how it has evolved since 2005 and where it could be in the future. "As far as competitors go, Google stands alone," one industry expert told Newsweek.
The YouTube sensation, who reportedly received death threats after her song "Friday" was dubbed the worst song ever by various media outlets, reflects on her struggles as a teenager 9 years since the song was released.
Multiple YouTube accounts distributing content from Infowars were created last October and remained online until today, when "Newsweek" approached Google for comment.
"It is not safe for you and it is mean to the people who don't know any better," Billie Eilish wrote on Instagram. "You make me look bad."
Justin Bieber has given fans a glimpse of new music from his upcoming album "Changes" in the first episode of his new documentary "Seasons."
The 10-part documentary series features the pop star talking about the last four years of his life.
"Until recently, Twitch held a monopoly on most of the top live streamers. Now that this is changing," Ashray Urs, head of product at Streamlabs, tells Newsweek.
Relatives of the 50-year-old beauty blogger said she died on Friday evening after a four-month battle with terminal brain cancer.
It began with a tweet from Brown which read, "square up @LoganPaul," and led to a reply from Paul saying, "I'd drop you faster than the Patriots."
Paytas, no stranger to controversy, openly compares herself to comedian Andy Kaufman who used subversive humor that made the audience question its factual legitimacy.
"I didn't think she would get excited for this," the 2-year-old's father said.
"I've been uploading YouTube videos every single day for 10 years. YouTube is the kind of job that isn't very stable, they are always changing legislation and rules and policies," Kjellberg said. "It's such a new thing that any day, it can be over for anyone."
A Florida man has been arrested by the FBI after allegedly threatening to burn "millions" of black people to death in an online video.
"We will not tolerate harassment and we believe the steps outlined below will contribute to our mission by making YouTube a better place for anyone to share their story or opinion," the blog post said.
This year's YouTube Rewind is "less about this is what we want to say about YouTube and more about saying here's what you guys like, here's what you are into."