The sprawling lawsuit says a slew of social media companies fed the convicted Tops supermarket shooter "white supremacist propaganda."
24-year-old Jordan Revlett, who was best known for placing in a local “sexy farmer” competition, pleaded guilty to parading and demonstrating on Capitol Hill during the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Harris, 22, pleaded guilty earlier this year to one count each of receiving child pornography and traveling with the intention to engage in illegal sexual conduct.
In "Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L.," the Supreme Court set limits on what speech schools can — and can't — regulate online.
The Snapchat photo posted by the 14-year-old accused killer before his arrest shows him asking if anyone knows where 13-year-old Tristyn Bailey is.
Students at the predominantly white high school were disciplined for their participation in the group Snapchat message.
"De-platforming" of misinformation "superspreaders" has had a huge impact.
Many of those signing up are young and set to vote in a handful of critical battleground states.
UK police said it was pure luck that the passenger wasn't seriously injured or killed.
Ads peddling "free" MAGA merch could financially devastate young Snapchatters.