The panel of judges say that the administration's efforts to flag what it considered to be harmful content likely amount to a violation of the First Amendment.
The maker of the extremely spicy chip said it is working to recall the product as Massachusetts authorities probe the death of a teen whose family said the challenge was a contributing factor.
A retired teacher in Saudi Arabia a death sentence for his tweets criticizing the country's leadership to just a handful of followers, according to rights advocates and his family.
Facebook's parent company says both operations used fake accounts across social media sites to promote Chinese and Russian interests
Donald Trump posted again for the first time in three years since being banned from various social media, taking to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter to post his mugshot.
Teens share photos or videos of themselves with guns and cash, sometimes calling out rivals, on social media. When posts go viral, fueled by "likes" and comments, the danger is hard to contain.
City employees will begin to lose access to TikTok and its website from all city-owned devices and networks, according to a New York City Hall spokesperson.
NPR's Greg Myre has covered more than a dozen wars dating back to the 1980s. He says the conflict in Ukraine is the most documented war ever, providing a view we've never had before.
Research conducted at the height of the 2020 election reveals new details about how Facebook's algorithms handle political content. But it suggests there are no easy fixes to political polarization.
The latest member of the Kennedy dynasty to run for president regularly shares a dizzying range of falsehoods and conspiracy theories on podcasts and at other campaign appearances.