With four days until Election Day, tension is high across Minnesota, especially when it comes to support for the controversial marriage amendment.
A young preschool teacher has been fired for posting more than 700 pics of her abusing her students.
Flash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
Refer to this list for some of the best Twitter feeds to follow in Minnesota.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is cracking down on a topic that caused outrage on social media sites recently. Klobuchar is planning to co-sponsor a federal bill that would prohibit employers from asking for Facebook passwords.
You can now let your friends on Facebook know if you’re an organ donor. The change should help the chances of thousands of people waiting for an organ.
Remember when the best way to complain to a company was with paper and pen, or maybe a typewriter? Not anymore. Now, we send emails, fill out web forms, and complain even more publicly on social networks, like Facebook and Twitter.
A Twin Cities expert on social media takes issue with the actions of a private school in New York that penalized students for using Facebook.
In this fast-paced world there seems to be little time to really get to know your neighbors. In fact, a Pew Research survey shows only 19 percent of Americans know all of their neighbors.
Check out our live video and Twitter updates from the red carpet. Keep up with all the Grammy award winners, red carpet stunners and celebrity gossip in real-time.
Much has been made in the last decade of how this generation lacks the focus and work ethic of generations past. And, to that end, studies have been done to offer some tangible proof as […]
From the first log-on in the morning to the last status update check at night, everyone seems to be complaining about Facebook.
More law enforcement agencies are turning to social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook to provide timely information to the public — and to help catch bad guys.
The boycott is to protest the Catholic Church’s support of a constitutional amendment that would ban same sex marriage.