Commentary: After Rep. John Lewis declares him no legitimate president, Donald Trump scoffs and says Lewis is all talk.
You have to do a little sleuthing, but you can still tell if a Facebook post has been edited.
In his last speech as chairman of the FCC, Tom Wheeler defends his controversial open internet rules that prohibit broadband providers from favoring their own services at the expense of their competitors.
After trying (and failing) to describe the tilt-shift effect to a friend recently, I decided to head over to Instagram where there are a ton of great examples.
Campaign to clear charges against the former NSA contractor who leaked information on US surveillance programs says it delivered the petition Friday.
It should have been the most unlucky flight ever, but it landed just fine at HEL. Kind of makes you wonder about the passengers...
You can probably guess what some of the most common passwords were in 2016 -- and hackers can too.
Commentary: Rep. Mike Conaway believes that singing and hacking are both attempts at inserting foreign influence.
Social Cues: Also trending on Twitter and Facebook are the Nintendo Switch and "first dog" Sunny Obama.
Commentary: The HBO sportswriter and TV host seems to have gotten a curious message on his coffee cup on Wednesday.
The great thing about trending videos is you never know what you're going to get, but they're almost always fun and entertaining.
Commentary: The president-elect endorses the outdoor clothing company on Twitter, and the tweets immediately pour out --for and against.
Do you have Google Home?
If you don't like the stock appearance of Google Home, here are two quick and easy ways to make it truly yours.