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Lilly Singh became the first openly queer woman of color to host a late-night show on a major network.
The acrobats had fans flipping over them on the video-sharing website.
Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas.
"She wants to have another one," the actor told Kevin Nealon on "Hiking With Kevin."
The settlement follows allegations that the video service collected children's personal data without their parents’ consent.
YouTube will pay at least $150 million for violating a law designed to protect kids online.
The YouTuber definitely pulled a Britney Spears, but some people thought she looked like Kesha.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate lays down the rap of his ardent hip-hop supporter.
Eight video creators say that have been unfairly targeted and demonetized by YouTube.
The “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” actor responded gracefully to a YouTube video targeting his appearance.
Conspiracy channels all over the platform are funneling increased traffic to Fox.
The LAPD's Animal Cruelty Task Force is investigating after Brooke Houts uploaded footage of herself hitting and yelling at her dog.
He had more than 11 million subscribers and his "legacy will live on in the channel," a statement read.
The Emmy-nominated parodist pans the president's "race-baiting" with a catchy tune.
Conspiracy theorists have capitalized on YouTube’s change to its algorithm by using it to rally their bases for grassroots promotion.
The internet personality's "10 Reasons Why" videos were a big hit.
In "What Happened After Stonewall," the “Amazing Race” star and activist looks back on the "passionate revolutionaries" who fought for equality.
There's something missing from YouTube's book blogging community: Black people and books by Black authors.
The Washington Post reported last week that the FTC was in the final stages of an investigation into the social media giant's privacy practices.