Germany's government has passed a bill that would criminalize upskirting, the abusive practice where someone takes unsolicited pictures or video under another person's clothing.
A Spokane couple is searching for a man who caught their proposal on camera.
By night, Baghdad's streets are eerily quiet, punctuated with smatterings of gunfire -- be it a single shot or something more sustained and intense.
Deepfake videos are quickly becoming a problem, but there has been much debate about just how big the problem really is. One company is now trying to put a number on it.
The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen has dismissed claims by Iranian-backed Houthi rebels that they carried out a large-scale ambush that led to hundreds of deaths and the capture of thousands of prisoners of war.
The 18-year-old accused of stabbing a high school student to death in a fight that was recorded on bystanders' phones pleaded not guilty Thursday, and his attorney said there is more to the story than what's depicted in the videos.
Let the hunt for the "Easter eggs" begin.
Taylor Swift has offered a bit of love to all the fans who are eagerly awaiting Friday's release of her seventh album: A video for its title track, "Lover."
As two teens watched TV at home late one night, little did they know that the person in the other room opening the refrigerator for a midnight snack wasn't a person at all.
For fans of Netflix and chill, the perfect bed is coming your way.
Police in Fullerton, California, have released video of an officer fatally shooting a 17-year-old driver after a traffic incident earlier this month, and say she was holding the replica of a handgun in a "shooting stance" toward the officer.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and his government have lost a no-confidence vote following a corruption scandal prompted by a secretly-filmed video.
Researchers have come up with a method for creating realistic-looking — but fake — videos of anyone by using just a single image of them with a trained artificial intelligence system.
The family in this story kept their priorities in line: protect their children, try to get the unwelcome animals out of their backyard and capture all of it on video.
Altice USA has agreed to buy Cheddar, the three-year-old streaming financial news startup, in a $200 million deal.
Tech CEOs have been invited to a summit of world leaders in Paris next month to agree on ways of preventing terrorists from using their platforms.
Connecticut State Police released body camera footage on Tuesday showing the controversial police shooting near Yale University that has led to a week of protests.
A body camera caught the moment when a Charlotte, North Carolina, officer fatally shot Danquirs Franklin, recording a total of 11 minutes, but only a portion of the footage has been made public.
Prosecutors won't file charges against the 15-year-old boy who was body slammed while he was being arrested by Broward County sheriff's deputies last week. A video of the arrest became viral.
Big tech companies have spent the better part of two years telling us how they're trying to fix their misinformation problem.
Sharp Grossmont Hospital secretly video recorded 1,800 patients using hidden cameras at the women's health center in El Cajon, according to a lawsuit filed late Friday afternoon.
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A fraternity at the University of Georgia has been temporarily suspended after a video circulating on social media shows several people mocking slavery and one person using the n-word.
Video captured by a bystander on Friday appears to show San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer arguing with his wife and trying to grab what looks like a cell phone out of her hand. In the ensuing scuffle, Pam Baer falls to the ground in the chair she was sitting in.