Last year ended with a bitter reality; a black 12-year-old gets shot by the police and the white policeman doesn't even face charges. I live in a world where any of my brothers or cousins, because of the color of their skin and complexion, can be shot by the police.
Dramatic new trends are taking us into 2016. While we all know that nothing really has changed just because the countdown took us past midnight and ...
Although this year had its ups and downs, there were some incredible women who continued to be positive role models.
Perhaps the only good thing to come out of this horrible birthday party story is that anybody who hears about it might second guess the next time they consider blowing off a commitment. I know I will.
Currently polling at less than 3 percent on average, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), knows that he needs an injection of large campaign donations, and he needs them fast, according to sources close to the Kentucky Republican.
Welcome to my perfect social media life where everything is rosy: I live in ideal harmony with my body. My relationship is perfect. My career is mov...
The innocent killing of black men, women and children has become the norm for us. We march and we hashtag and argue on social media with the very people who fetishize our grief. I'm always told that I'm too vocal on social media about these things.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, announced that they'll donate 99 percent of their Facebook stock to philanthropic causes over the course of their lifetimes. Terrible, huh?
The new governor of Alexandria in Egypt, on his first day in office, ordered that the streets be culled of stray dogs. Ruthlessly, these innocent animals were gunned down one by one in a horrible massacre.
Despite being admired for his astonishing achievements in sport, one of the greatest NBA champions Michael Jordan often had to deal with failure.
Some of us are a little more dedicated than others when it comes to digging up juicy digital dirt. Gird thy privacy settings, people, because it's about to get weird.
We organized online and off, sending millions of comments in support of an open Internet, beating back efforts to build even larger broadband monopolies, and creating new online tools to safeguard the privacy of our online communications. Here are the many highlights... and a few less-than-spectacular moments.
Having managed crises and public relations disasters for the past three decades, I can't help but see the headlines through a particular lens. Suffice it to say, as far as PR goes, 2015 did not disappoint.
At least a million people are doing today what my Great Grandmother did more than 100 years ago. Others, apparently, are trying a different approach - social media. There is nothing I can do for Ali. Maybe there is nothing anyone can do.
When people wonder what I can possibly find so fascinating about social media, in particular Facebook, I explain that, with over 1,800 personal connections, my newsfeed is a microcosm of the world.
A young Ukrainian singer is directing her newest single at Vladimir Putin. Diana Mess, who lives in the UK, calls on the Russian president to end his military engagement in her home country in a single called "World Support Ukraine."