High school senior Reid Sagehorn was suspended for seven weeks after tweeting two words: "Actually, yeah."
Rapper Iggy Azalea and her NBA star Nick Young made their red carpet debut as a couple at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, and they could barely keep their hands off of each other! Get to know this cute couple a bit better.
Huffington Post blogger Michaelangelo Signorile isn't putting up with intolerance, in any form. In response to negative backlash over the now infamous (and much adored by most) Michael Sam-Vito Cammisano kiss on the day Sam was drafted into the NFL, Signorile called for LGBT couples to post pictures of them kissing their partner with the hashtag KissIn. The outpouring of support on social media has been stunning, with couples of all ages and orientations taking part.
For those of you who haven't heard about Babe Walker, buckle up. This fictional socialite/author/shopaholic/blogger has just dropped a new book today, and we've got some inside information from the triad that came together to create a social media phenomenon.
A new study reveals that social media may be responsible for increasing dissatisfaction in relationships. Relationship coach Lesli Doares addresses whether social media is the cause or the result of bad relationships.
James Franco can land pretty much any girl he wants, so what the Hell was he doing trying to pick up 17-year-old Lucy Cloyde online?!
If there is one thing to be learned from all of those wedding reality shows is that people go crazy with their money for weddings — so there is definitely a market for wedding social media services. Still a skeptic? Find all the answers to your questions about this service from Alyssa Kiefer, the Global Social Media Strategist for W Hotels below!
American Airlines' passenger takes to Twitter in hopes to get a missed love connection back on track in order to be reunited with the one who she claims to be her "future husband"
We know that singles are joining online dating sites in record numbers, but did you know that your social media presence might help, or hinder your chances to find your dream date? In a recent Pew Research Center’s Internet Project, their findings showed that 30% of social networking users user social media to get information about someone they were interested in dating. Taking it a step further, 15% of the users actually asked someone out on a date on social media site such as Facebook or Twitter.