The Cleveland Police Department announced Monday that a $50,000 reward has been posted by Crime Stoppers for any information leading to the arrest of the man accused of killing Robert Godwin Sr. and then posting the horrific video on Facebook.
The family of Robert Godwin Sr., the Cleveland man whose killing was filmed and posted to Facebook Sunday afternoon, is speaking out about their beloved family member.
A manhunt is on for Steve Stephens, the Cleveland man who allegedly posted to Facebook video of the killing of 74-year-old Robert Goodwin Sr. In manifesto videos, Stephens mentions that his motives for killing people involve his ex-girlfriend, a woman named Joy Lane, authorities say.
I’ve made a bad habit out of viewing my “On This Day” list curated by Facebook. You know, the list that reminds you of all the stuff you probably shouldn’t have posted on Facebook.
Approximately 40 people watched the Facebook Live video reportedly showing a 15-year-old Chicago girl being sexually assaulted by five or six men or boys. However, none of those individuals reported the publicly broadcast incident, authorities said Tuesday.
If you work for the Secret Service, it’s in your job description to take one for the president. Unless the president is a racist who has offended everyone who isn’t a rich white man—then I forgive you if you don’t want to take one for the team. But it looks like the Secret Service isn’t as forgiving, since it has…
So you know that Facebook Live stream in which NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown showed the innards of his Pittsburgh Steelers’ team’s locker room, where coach Mike Tomlin went off during a postgame rant?
Four suspects in the case of the horrific torture of a mentally disabled man in Chicago are now facing multiple charges, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Jordan Hill, 18; Tesfaye Cooper, 18; Brittany Covington, 28; and Tanishia Covington, 24, are all expended to appear in bond court Friday.
The director of a West Virginia nonprofit agency who took to Facebook to call first lady Michelle Obama an "ape in heels" has been fired, according to state officials.
In a move designed to spot potential terrorist threats, on Tuesday the U.S. government began asking foreign travelers to provide their Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts upon entering the country, Politico reports.
The families of some of the victims of the Orlando, Fla., nightclub shooting have filed a lawsuit against Google, Twitter and Facebook, arguing that the tech companies had a role in the radicalization of the shooter.
A Facebook friend request from a woman he didn't know led to an Atlanta music producer’s incarceration for 10 days. And the whole bumbling case has led to the same man being awarded $300,000 for his trouble.
The Mannequin Challenge has jumped the shark, but apparently those in Alabama weren't made aware of this, since two men were arrested after video was posted showing them aiming guns.
Updated Thursday, Dec. 1, 8:30 p.m. EST: The University of Colorado’s School of Medicine is cutting ties with Dr. Michelle Herren, the faculty member who made a racist remark about first lady Michelle Obama on Facebook. Read the latest here.
ESPN commentator Sage Steele has found herself in the middle of a Twitter fray since Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans took a knee to protest Donald Trump's presidential victory.
Since Tuesday, I have read countless posts from Facebook friends sharing some of the racist experiences they have endured since Donald Trump was elected president. Many of them express hurt and pure shock at being called the n-word, being told to go back to Africa or Mexico, or being taunted and targeted for how they…
Carolina Panthers running back Mike Tolbert might be the most passively aggressive petty person ever if you believe the owner of Motion Lab Tuning, an automotive company in Charlotte, N.C.
Earlier this month, Baltimore County police tried to serve a black mother with an arrest warrant for failing to appear in court for a traffic violation. But the picture many saw told only one side of the story.
Marcus Bellamy, a 32-year-old dancer on the Broadway stage, allegedly murdered his boyfriend, Bernardo Almonte, in their walkup in the Bronx borough of New York City and then took to Facebook to confess, according to the New York Daily News.
A black Cincinnati police officer has found himself the center of attention after making a Facebook post saying that white officers are just "looking for a reason to kill a black man," the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.