Laurel Boone Hutsell recommended that her son Carter wear a green shirt, so that it would really pop against any gray or taupe background the school would be using.
According to her daughter, Anne, Simone Dumont "goes on about how the police have the worse job and what they have to deal with ... and she wondered what it was like to be arrested and sit in the back seat."
The Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber talks about the dangers of curating personalities on social media: "We’re left in the aloneness of never really being known."
The post was meant to educate younger people about sex, but it violated Facebook's community standards.
The new wife planned everything perfectly, except for her husband's unanticipated flight delay.
A woman, who describes herself as a Kmart addict, took the plunge and got the store's logo forever tattooed onto her ankle.
Shakita Shemere, a woman who worked at a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in Detroit, lost her job after she shared a 20-minute video documenting the unsanitary conditions in the food storage and preparation areas.
The 20-year-old waiter apologized for the hoax and said he is in the process of getting help.
Seventeen-year-old Cohen Nautly used a big pile of quarters to treat his friends to a meal. Restaurant personnel weren't too pleased, and used Facebook to poke fun at his form of payment — but many have since risen to Nautly's defense.
After the 2016 presidential elections, Facebook has cracked down on political ads. But is patriotism political?
Jake Abhau created a private Facebook group called Dragon Dads, where fathers who support their LGBT kids can find support in each other.
Willow Smith confronts her mom for getting on her about armpit hair, and other controversial topics.
Pinkett-Smith's mom caused quite a stir on social media Monday after posting an Instagram photo of herself wearing the bright pink bikini with multicolored stripes.
A photo posted on the page of a police cruiser Saturday with "Po Po" on the side and a related message have gone viral with thousands of shares and likes.
LA Fitness is under fire after an employee asked two black men to leave one of its New Jersey clubs on Monday.
One heartening aspect of people’s focus on the trivial was this: At least a man was being subjected to the same detailed scrutiny that’s routine for high-profile women.
Zuckerberg was asked whether the social media site engaged in political censorship, specifically regarding conservative sisters Diamond and Silk.