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Some of Facebook's early friends now its sharpest critics
Some of Facebook's early friends are now its sharpest critics, accusing it and other social media giants of addicting their users and undermining democracy
Justin Bieber, Chris Evans among stars stepping up to help bullied boy
Evans invited the boy, Keaton Jones, to the Los Angeles premiere of "The Avengers" after Keaton described being bulled in a video that has received more than 21 million views and counting.
How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will celebrate Christmas
Many are speculating whether Markle will join the British royal family during the holidays this year.
Prince William reveals Prince George played a sheep in school nativity play
Prince William revealed his family kicked off their own Christmas celebrations this year by watching Prince George , 4, in his school's nativity play. George, the third-in-line to the throne, did not play the role of a king or a wise man in the play at St. Thomas's Battersea School in London,
Prince William takes on cyberbullying
Prince William announced recommendations today for combating cyberbullying after convening a task force of leading tech companies to look at the issue.
Prince William releases first-ever online code of conduct to combat cyberbullying
Prince William announced recommendations today for combating cyberbullying after convening a task force of leading tech companies to look at the issue. The online code of conduct, called "Stop, Speak, Support," is the first in the world of its kind. Its aim is to create a safer space online for
Movement calls on parents not to give their children smartphones until 8th grade
Over 4,300 parents in all 50 states have signed a pledge not to get their children a smartphone before 8th grade.
Attorney Lisa Bloom discusses her decision to stop representing Harvey Weinstein
In an exclusive interview, Bloom discusses her deal with Weinstein and her motivations to leave his case.
Teen girls open up about the 'constant pressure' of social media
In a conversation set up by ABC News, a group of 15- to 17-year-old girls talked about the stress in the lives as their mothers listened in.
What teens wish parents knew about the 'constant pressure' of social media
In a social experiment, a group of teenage girls discussed the pressure they feel from social media as unbeknownst to them, their mothers listened in.