Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg may be YouTube’s highest-grossing user, but he’s also back in the limelight for his use of a racial slur. But it’s not his first time at the racist rodeo.
A pair of familiar faces from the 2016 campaign trail randomly popped up on the US Commerce Department’s Twitter account Monday afternoon. But by Tuesday morning they were gone.
Sad news for the natural-hair community and everyone else touched by her work: Meechy Monroe, who became well-known via her YouTube tutorials for natural hairstyles, died at the age of 32 at a nursing home in Westmont, Ill., on June 27.
YouTube is a cornucopia of tutorial videos. You can learn everything from how to change the brakes on your car (I did once) to how to contour your nose with makeup. I’ve never heard of anyone using a tutorial to learn how to drive, but apparently an 8-year-old boy from Ohio did, just so he could drive himself and his…
Issa Rae’s YouTube channel recently launched Giants, a new series written and directed by James Bland and starring Vanessa Baden, William Catlett and Bland himself. The series is about “three millennials determined to live life on their own terms, no matter the cost, [who] quickly learn that when life starts to kick…
As someone with naturally curly hair, when it’s not locked, I never had the need for a twist-out to achieve curls, and never want to spend more than 30 minutes doing my own hair. But understandably, there are those women out there who’ll spend countless hours to get the perfect twist-out. For those not familiar with…
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.
A young couple from Arizona haven't been having an easy time since posting a video to YouTube about a "traumatic experience" that occurred a day after they moved into their Chicago apartment, prompting them to flee back to Arizona.
VidCon is the mecca of all things digital video. It's literally what it sounds like: a conference for video. It took place in sunny Anaheim, Calif.—yes, home of Disneyland—and it was obvious that Mickey Mouse had to move over and make way for a whole new kind of celebrity: internet stars.