Facebook Blames A 'Bug' For Not Deleting Your Deleted VideosA user downloaded their Facebook archive and was surprised to find several recordings that had been made years earlier and supposedly deleted.
W.Va. GOP Chairwoman, Democratic Congressional Candidate Get Into Twitter SpatA Twitter spat has broken out between the West Virginia Republican Party chairwoman and a Democratic candidate for Congress that ended up with her questioning him for collecting a military pension.
Scammers Turning To 'Social Engineering' To Steal Passwords & IdentitiesIf you are asked to play one of those "get to know you better" games on Facebook - watch out. Scammers might be trying to trick you into giving up your password.
Liked, Shared, Retweeted: These Were The Top CBS Local Social Media Stories Of 2017Here are some of our stories that you liked the best and shared the most from the last year.
Moms Using Power Of Social Media To Make Extra CashSome women have figured out how to monetize motherhood and the photos they post online. Some are even making thousands by doing it.
Bethel Park School District Cancels Classes Due To ThreatsThreats on social media have prompted the Bethel Park School District to cancel class on Thursday.
Foster: Guys Are Building Their Own EmpiresSteelers guard Ramon Foster joined the Fan Morning Show on Tuesday and said that with social media, players are more focused on themselves.
Facebook Hits 2 Billion Users: What About YouTube, Twitter And Others?Facebook has just passed the two billion active users benchmark: how do the other social media giants compare?
New Snapchat Feature Raising Safety ConcernsThe new Snap Map feature on Snapchat is raising safety concerns.
JK Rowling Marks 20 Years Since 'Harry Potter' Hit BookshelvesAuthor J.K. Rowling's first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, was published in Britain on June 26, 1997.
Meteorologist On Viral Tornado Photo: Don’t Try That In Our AreaIt's a photo that's all over social media - a man in Canada who continues to mow the grass with a tornado off in the background.
Study: Facebook Users Have Less Gray Matter In BrainThose who frequently check Facebook tend to have less gray matter in their brains according to a new study.