This theoretical physicist and mathematician drops a new video several times a month, dispensing her dry wit and pithy wisdom to a loyal fan base of nerds across the internet.
Ruby Franke, the YouTube mommy blogger behind the channel 8 Passengers, was arrested last week after her 12-year-old son climbed out a window and ran to a neighbor's house asking for food and water.
For years, the Utah YouTube star sparked criticism for her parenting tactics. She was arrested this week after her malnourished son escaped out a window and ran to a nearby home, police said.
These slimmed-down episodes are perfect for attention spans shortened by TikTok. I don't need to see the whole story — not even how it ends — as long as the conveyor belt of clips keeps rolling.
Prime drinks have become a Gen Z status symbol, a prized social media prop for a certain brand of teen male. But they're causing jitters among pediatricians who say they pack scary caffeine levels.
The Google-owned video platform's reversal comes as former President Donald Trump continues to baselessly claim the 2020 election was stolen
Randall Robert Berka II has been charged with possessing a firearm as a prohibited person, but not with making the threats. He hasn't yet entered a plea.
The war in Ukraine is also playing out online, where Russia is using propaganda, fake accounts, and manipulated videos and images to deflect blame and undermine support for Ukraine.
The platform banned food advertising, yet many videos viewed by millions of kids continue to showcase candy, soda and packaged snacks, likely affecting kids' food preferences, researchers say.