A Florida teen hacked the Twitter accounts of politicians, celebrities and technology moguls to scam people around the globe out of more than $100,000 in bitcoin, authorities said on Friday.
Cyber crimes directed toward elders have increased by 400 percent in the last handful of years. The right tools will empower you.
A small business owner is going viral after calling out an alleged “teen influencer.”
The mask-less woman gave the employee a piece of paper claiming she could go to prison for up to five years for telling customers to wear a face mask.
Lawyers for Amber Guyger, who is serving 10 years for Jean's murder, argue in the appeal she had the "right to act in deadly force in self-defense."
The New Mexico Department of Health said it was the first plague-related death in New Mexico since 2015.
Jenner, who is white, has been criticized for appropriating Black culture — so it's confusing why she's in a video about "Black female excellence."
Eating disorders are rife in the fitness industry and abs often come at the cost of mental health, PTs Hayley Madigan and Ben Carpenter told Insider.
I saw "Jurassic Park" on the big screen with my mom, and I was reminded just how much I love the experience of going to the cinema.
The annual 10-day Sturgis Rally can bring up to 700,000 bikers into the small city. This year, that could be especially dangerous.
'Bridesmaids' and 'SNL' star Kristin Wiig told InStyle that she underwent three years of IVF before welcoming twins via surrogate in January.
The MV Wakashio ran aground off Mauritius on July 25. Cracks emerged in the hull on Friday after the ship was battered by strong winds.
Luis Archuleta escaped prison in 1974, after he was convicted of shooting a police officer. That officer survived, and never stopped looking for him.
A hotel guest was surprised to see a solicitation for donations to the hotel in his Hyatt room in Seattle.
Nearly five months after the coronavirus pandemic shut down the cruise industry, more than 12,000 crew members remained on ships in U.S. waters alone.
Tomlinson has since deleted the videos noting that she was uneducated on the issue. It highlights an incredibly common phenomenon on the internet
Rogen told Insider that this "Ninja Turtles" movie is going to be animated and is going to have the feel of a teen movie.
Retired NFL player Larry Johnson's tweets echo recent forays into anti-Semitic rhetoric from DeSean Jackson, Nick Cannon, and Ice Cube.
You don't owe your ex an explanation after he's violated your boundaries, according to therapist Kelly Scott. You might want to take legal action.
Bypassing Congress, President Donald Trump on Saturday signed executive orders deferring payroll taxes for some Americans and extending unemployment benefits after negotiations on a new coronavirus rescue package collapsed.
Black creators told Insider that studios' recent handing of episodes with blackface doesn't address the larger issue of systemic racism in Hollywood.
Here are the movies that will no longer just be playing at theaters, when they will be available, and where you can see them.
As the actress gears up to send her son to fourth grade, she says she's relying on traditions that her mother passed down.
Movies like "John Carter," "Gigli," "Masters of the Universe," and "Cloud Atlas" are actually good movies. Even though you won't say it in public.
The singer is surprisingly chill about his decade-spanning chart success, but vexed that his TikTok with a giant marshmallow didn't get more views.
African American women's fight to vote – once smothered and nearly erased from the history books – has reemerged in the 19th Amendment centennial celebration.
The CDC says travel increases the chance of getting and spreading COVID-19. It also says most viruses don't spread easily on flights.
Tobin Heath, Colleen Quigley, Katie Ledecky, Sue Bird, Ryan Murphy, and Christen Press spoke about coping with the year-long Olympics delay.
A comic by crazyheadcomics gives examples of that gaslighting can sound like so you know what to look out for.
Studio executives didn't want Al Pacino or Marlon Brando in Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather." Here are a few other surprising facts about the film.
The Seattle-based airline, big on the West Coast, is trying to spur fall bookings during the pandemic. The sale includes tickets to Mexico and Hawaii.
Season two of the hit show saw the Hargreeves transported to Dallas, Texas in the 1960s and trying to prevent the end of the world, again.
Country singer Cassadee Pope opened up about working through her mental health and childhood trauma in a new interview.
While some of these actors are enjoying their bachelor lifestyles, others say they feel no need to tie the knot with their long-time loves.
Sunlight is often perceived as a threat to your health, but research suggests exposure to sunlight may actually be beneficial in small doses.
The urban population in Ethiopia is expected to triple to 42.3 million over the next twenty years, data shows
The "America's Got Talent" judge had to undergo surgery but was "doing fine," according to a spokesperson.
It's been 15 years since the first movie introduced us to four best friends who find a pair of jeans that fits them all.
Home remedies to relieve gas pain include taking probiotics, exercising, using peppermint oil capsules, and applying heat. Here's how they work.
Lebanese authorities are investigating the explosion that left more than 150 dead, thousands injured, and leveled a large portion of the city.
Police fired tear gas and clashed with demonstrators in Lebanon’s capital on Saturday at the start of a planned protest over this week’s massive explosion that devastated large parts of Beirut and killed more than 150 people.
President Trump on Saturday claimed the authority to defer payroll taxes and replace an expired unemployment benefit with a smaller amount after negotiations with Congress on a new COVID-19 rescue package collapsed.
President Trump called the audience gathered at his Bedminster, N.J., golf club without face masks a “peaceful protest.”
After some students return to schools in the U.S., they are sent home after classmates test positive for coronavirus.
Dr. Deborah L. Birx, the White House coronavirus task force coordinator, faces criticism from politicians and old allies for her handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.