The family of Nia Whims of Miramar, Fla., is suing Meta, the company that owns Instagram, Renaissance Charter School at Pines, and the Pembroke Pines Police Department after she was arrested and imprisoned for 11 days over an Instagram threat she never made.
Many of the final social media posts from Ian Alexander Jr., Regina King's son and a DJ, singer and producer who performed as Desduné before dying by suicide, eagerly look toward the future. But others offered more cryptic messages.
Bobby Love, the fugitive who lived a double life for decades, and his wife visited the set of the "TODAY" show to discuss the new book, “The Redemption of Bobby Love."
Media Justice is one of several organizations participating in a mass log out of Facebook on November 10, driving home the message that the social media giant needs to take heed of valid concerns raised over the platform’s governance.
R&B icon Raphael Saadiq was on the defensive after a photo he posted to his Instagram showing him sitting next to accused rapist Marilyn Manson during an event for Kanye West's new "Donda" album went viral for all the wrong reasons.
The debate over white students attending HBCU's took center stage over the weekend after a white woman expressed excitement over her acceptance to Spelman College.
A series of cryptic Instagram posts by LaKeith Stanfield prompted an outpouring of concern for the actor's well-being.
Dr. Umar Johnson is using Instagram Live for divisive purposes while the rest of the world uses the social media app to unite in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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