Social Media Threat Sent To Several Schools In Maryland With Acronym CHSMontgomery County Police are investigating a social media threat targeting Clarksburg High School. 
Doctors Warn Parents About 'Skull Breaker Challenge' On TikTokDoctors are warning parents about another dangerous trend circulating among teens on the app TikTok.
Favorite Teen App TikTok Rolling Out New Parental ControlsTikTok is giving parents more control over how their teens are using the app.
Rapper T.I. Says He Visits The Gynecologist Every Year With Daughter To "Check Her Hymen"T.I. is facing backlash on social media for saying he goes to the gynecologist with his teenage daughter each year to "check her hymen" is still intact.
Buffalo Wild Wings Fires Workers Allegedly Involved In Racist IncidentA social media post about an allegedly racially charged incident at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Naperville went viral on Facebook and ultimately led to the firing of the employees involved.
Social Media Threat Against Perry Hall High School Deemed Not CrediblePolice have deemed a threat made on social media against Perry Hall High School not credible.
Baltimore Public Works Employee Who Allegedly Made Racist, Anti-Semitic Tweets 'No Longer Employed'A Baltimore public works department employee who allegedly made numerous racist and anti-Semitic posts on social media is no longer employed by the city, Inspector General Isabel Mercedes Cumming said Thursday.
Police Investigating After Social Media Threat Made Against Md. WalmartPolice in Salisbury are investigating after a threat made on social media referenced a shooting at a Walmart store.
Social Media Use May Harm Teens' Mental Health By Disrupting Positive Activities, Study SaysSocial media use has been linked to depression, especially in teenage girls. But a new study argues that the issue may be more complex than experts think.
Increasing Social Media Use Tied To Rise In Teens' Depressive Symptoms, Study SaysSpending too much time scrolling through social media and watching more television has been linked with symptoms of depression in young people -- and a new study reveals to what extent screen time and depression may be intertwined.
Nearly Two-Thirds Of The American Public Believes Social Media Is Undermining Civility In America; All Demographic Groups AgreeA poll that has tracked the state of civility in the United States since 2010 once again finds that the vast majority of Americans – 93 percent – identify a civility problem.