UNC Coach Roy Williams Bashes President Trump's Twitter UsageThe Tar Heels coach was asked his opinion on the ACC Tournament taking place in a more media-filled city, and he answered with a comment on the President's social media reach.
Stop Selling, Start ConnectingBusiness trends are changing. Customers are smarter and more connected than ever before. That means it's time to change how you sell to your customers, so start connecting with them and stop just selling to them.
'Casket Selfies' Prompt Funeral Homes to Ban Cell PhonesTaking a picture of yourself next to the body of a recently departed loved one is nothing new, but sharing the photo online is, and it's a trend that funeral directors aren't very happy about.
Kids Are Skipping The Orthodontist, Making Their Own BracesThe do-it-yourselfers are using rubber bands, dental floss, paper clips and fishing line.
Facebook Rolling Out New Feature Similar to Snapchat’s StoriesFacebook has adopted a Snapchat innovated feature.
Sexist, Vulgar Posts on Women's Marches Rebound on OfficialsThe rash of incidents, which range from boorish to downright vulgar, highlight how nasty political discourse has become since the divisive presidential election.
Study Finds Social Media Detrimental to Self Body ImageA study conducted on young women found that they regularly compare themselves to what they see on social media.
Purina to Donate $1 For Every #DogThanking Post Before ThanksgivingSubmitted videos, photos and posts may be featured during the National Dog Show Presented by Purina on Thanksgiving Day.
Univ. of Missouri Student Accused of Election-Related ThreatPolice say he was upset early Wednesday about Rep. Donald Trump's victory when he posted under his own name on the app Erodr.
Clown Threats Spark Fear in StudentsRochelle Walker's daughter was never afraid of normal, happy clowns but the threat of creepy clowns coming to school is putting her on edge.
More Clown Threats Have Schools On AlertSeveral schools have been named in recent threats.
Mental Evaluation Delays Terror Suspect's Case18-year-old Keaun Cook's courtroom behavior this week prompted judge's ruling.