Patriots' Julian Edelman Helped Stop A Potential School ShootingNew England Patriots player Julian Edelman was in Texas visiting a friend when he got a disturbing message on social media.
Woman Who Says She Was Fired For Flipping Off Trump Motorcade Sues Former EmployerJuli Briskman was fired from Akima LLC in November shortly after she volunteered that she was the one in the viral photo.
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.
Trump On Florida School Shooting: 'Answer Hate With Love'"Our entire nation with one heavy heart is praying for the victims and their families," President Trump said.
Investigation Requested Into Fake 'Followers'Two U.S. senators have called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the sale of "followers" for Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media users.
Obama Warns About Divisive Social Media Use In Prince Harry InterviewFormer US President Barack Obama has urged leaders not to use social media in a way that fosters division
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.
'Wow, What A Lesson': Kids Get Together To Launch Offline OctoberLittleton teens are bringing people together with one simple idea: Ditch the social media.
New Mobile App Is 'Tinder For Teens'The mobile app Yellow allows young users to make new friends based on swiping.
Using Facebook Makes You Feel Good, But Can Create Guilt, Study SaysA professor at Michigan State University is comparing the use of Facebook to an addiction.
Social Media Users Could Face Charges For Sharing Rape VideoApproximately 100 people who shared or downloaded a graphic video on social media could face charges of distributing child pornography.
Bad Behavior Is Trending Online, Inspiring It In Real LifeWhile public interest in bad behavior is nothing new, social media has created a vast new venue for incivility to be expressed, witnessed and shared. And experts say it's affecting social interactions in real life.