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Would You Rock This New ‘Flower Vase Hair’ Trend?
Inspired by Beyoncé’s Vogue cover, a YouTube star styled her hair into a flower vase and sparked a new hair trend on social media.
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Dad's Hilarious Video Pokes Fun At 8 Different Parenting Styles
Shout-out to "The Google Parent" and "The Read Too Many Books Parent."
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EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Removes 9 Books By Notorious Rape Apologist 'Roosh'
Amazon and YouTube both took steps to drop Daryush “Roosh” Valizadeh's content after HuffPost reached out. But he remains verified on Twitter.
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The Cynical, Highly Contrived World Of Instagram Beefs
An “influencer manager” dishes on why your favorite influencers are always feuding (and what it might have to do with, uh, “women empowerment”).
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Most People Say Social Media Sites Should Crack Down On Harassment, Fake News: Poll
And just under half of the public says sites aren't doing enough.
How Issa Rae Carves Space For Black Creatives
HBO’s “Insecure” is just one of many genius ways Issa Rae is making room for nuanced portrayals of people of color.
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The Problem Isn’t Alex Jones’ Free Speech, It’s Digital Platform Monopolies
The Infowars host hasn't been silenced, but he feels he's been denied an audience because the big tech platforms have a monopoly on your eyeballs.
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Social Media Is A Toxic Mess. It Should Be On The Companies To Fix It.
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The Alex Jones case has only demonstrated the gravity of the problem.
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Twitter Refuses To Ban Alex Jones
Twitter's Jack Dorsey says it’s up to journalists to refute Alex Jones’ conspiracy theories.
How Alex Jones Built A Career On Conspiracy Theories For Decades
The notorious conspiracy theorist was booted from Facebook, Apple and YouTube. Here’s how Alex Jones went mainstream.
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After Years Of Alex Jones' Right-Wing Conspiracy Theories, Why Now?
Many wonder what took tech companies such as Apple, Facebook and YouTube so long to act against Jones and Infowars.
Alex Jones Begs Donald Trump For Help After He's Dumped By YouTube, Spotify And Facebook
The notorious conspiracy theorist suggests Trump make his media problems a major issue in the 2018 campaign.
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YouTube Bans Alex Jones And InfoWars Channels Citing Hate Speech, Harassment
The removal came hours after his Facebook page was removed for allegedly violating its policies.
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Facebook Removes Alex Jones And InfoWars Pages
Apple, Spotify and YouTube also have taken action against the conspiracy theorist's content.
Facebook, YouTube Seem Fine With Alex Jones Making Death Threats, Sex Crime Claims
The "Infowars" host points a finger gun at special counsel Robert Mueller and calls him "a demon I will take down."
Roseanne Barr Posts Outburst About Valerie Jarrett: 'I Thought The Bitch Was White!'
The actress published a bizarre video to her own YouTube channel in which she gets increasingly irritated discussing the subject of her infamous tweet.
'FamilyOFive' YouTube Channel Removed Following Child Safety Concerns
Michael and Heather Martin's previous YouTube channel, DaddyOFive, led to child neglect convictions last year.
'Agents Of Shield' Star Chloe Bennet Defends Dating YouTuber Logan Paul
The controversial YouTube star was slammed for filming in Japan's "suicide forest."
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Rochester School Won’t Let Its First Black Valedictorian Speak, So Mayor Does
Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren invited Jaisaan Lovett to give his speech on the city's YouTube channel.
Stay-At-Home Dad Shows What Black Fatherhood Looks Like, 1 Video At A Time
YouTuber Glen Henry wants people "to see black men as not scary figures."
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Facebook To Stop Advertising Gun Accessories To Children
Starting June 21, advertisers promoting weapon accessories on the platform will need to restrict their audience to adults aged 18 and older.
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5 YouTube Drag Queens Who'll Help You Look Beat For The Gods
We can all stand to learn a thing or two from them.
Tyler Oakley Of 'Chosen Family' Talks To Homeless LGBTQ Youth About Their Lives
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The queer activist captured the "mind-blowing" experience for his YouTube series.
YouTube Stars Liza Koshy and David Dobrik Announce Breakup In Sad Video
They tried to keep it light, but couldn't hold back the tears.
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Facebook No Longer The Dominant Social Media Platform For Teens
The platform that made “likes” a thing may no longer be so liked.
This Influencer Is Using YouTube To Speak Frankly About Student Loan Debt
When most influencers telegraph perfection at all (hidden) costs, Aja Dang's transparency feels revolutionary.
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