The ephemeral messaging app used by over 100 million smartphone users to send pictures and videos that self-destruct will now host news coverage.
From a blow to everyone’s favorite mass-market hoagie purveyor to a Philly man with some NSFW uses for dairy, these are the local stories that had you laughing, balking and sometimes asking, “Say what?!” this year.
An Atlantic City man was arrested on Sunday for allegedly killing his mother.
Authorities in Bensalem have arrested a 20-year old man that they say confessed to sexually assaulting a young girl over a 2-year span.
Newspapers are so last year, according to recent calculations from Pew Research. It estimates almost 60 percent of adults in the United States use Facebook and half of those users get their news there.
The Morning app wakes you up and instantly lets you know what the weather will be like that day, what your calendar looks like and more.
According to a report, more and more people are getting news information from Facebook.
According to a summary of the study, the findings suggest “some long-held beliefs about people relying on just a few primary sources for news are now obsolete.”
Here’s a list of the top news stories of 2013.
In no particular order, these are the stories that got you talking in 2013.
While only a small percentage of U.S. adults get their news from Twitter, those that do tend to be young, mobile and well-educated.
A new survey from the Pew Research Center shows that 71% of those between 18 and 29 years old cite the internet as their main news source.
The way most people consume news is changing and a new video news network is at the forefront of this new trend.
A class action lawsuit for libel has been filed in Connecticut brought by people whose arrests were reported in online news stories where the records were later expunged.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has suspended Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Rothlisberger 6 games without pay for violating the league personal conduct policy. Rothlisberger will also be forced to undergo comprehensive behavorial evaluation per terms of […]