YouTube and its parent company Google are being sued by several LGBTQ social media stars, who allege the company discriminated against them when it restricted their content from making money and limited its distribution.
Google has been warned by Russia's state communications regulator to stop "advertising" protests on YouTube ahead of local elections in Moscow.
YouTube star Brooke Houts is the subject of a police investigation over a video that appears to show her abusing her Doberman.
Soon Tesla owners will be able to stream Netflix and YouTube from the car's center dashboard so they can catch up and binge on their favorite shows on the road.
YouTube stars Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau got married in a surprise Las Vegas wedding.
A six-year-old South Korean YouTube star with 30 million subscribers has purchased a multimillion dollar, five-story property in Seoul.
Google is expected to pay a multi-million dollar penalty to settle an investigation into YouTube's handling of children's data, according to a person familiar with the matter.
While on a sabbatical from work, Goldie Chan started taking videos of herself walking and talking about different topics, from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter to ridesharing and marketing. She posted them on LinkedIn.
YouTube personality Emily Hartridge died Friday, according to an announcement made on her official Instagram account.
Instagram just wanted to be a little more like YouTube. But despite two splashy launch events a year ago and the promise of a Kardashian, its long-form video feature IGTV has had trouble taking off.
In the fall of 2014, ballet dancer Kathryn Morgan thought her comeback arc was almost complete.
Kids play a huge role in YouTube's success. They binge watch videos and even star in their own content for legions of followers.
Venus Williams is coming to YouTube. The tennis star announced on social media Monday morning that she is starting her own YouTube channel that will focus on
Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud really wants people to know that the online video company is no longer a competitor to YouTube.
Fans of Desmond Amofah, the popular video game YouTuber known as Etika whose body was found in New York on Monday, have started a petition in hopes of having his primary account restored.
The fringe social media site Gab is a well-known home for far-right content, but a new study looks at how Islamophobic posts in particular pull from across the web and more traditional social media.
YouTube is weighing a number of changes to its handling of content for children following pressure from inside and outside the company, according to a person familiar with the matter.
James Charles is back.
For Sundar Pichai, deciding when free speech crosses the line into hate speech has been one of the most difficult challenges he's had to face in his role as CEO of Google.
Near the end of a tough, wide-ranging 40-minute interview on Monday, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki made her second attempt at an apology to users.
Hardee's is partnering with a seven-year-old YouTube star, Ryan, to bring back its kids' meals.
Six days after YouTube said it would ban supremacist content and remove videos that deny well-documented atrocities like the Holocaust, accounts belonging to some of the most prominent purveyors of hate in the US, such as white supremacist Richard Spencer and former KKK leader David Duke, are still on the platform.