This week's newsletter: The ever-shortening time between Halloween and Christmas, and what I learned from having a front-row seat at a behind-the-scenes Instagram photo shoot.
Girl Defined, a pair of Christian sisters with a relatively small following on YouTube, are being mocked for their views on sexuality and dating.
The employees in Corona, California, will be laid off five days before Christmas and the warehouse will be closed.
I am starting to wonder why all my favorite bloggers are joining this MLM, plus Megan Skalla dishes on her perfectly Instagrammable wedding, in this week's newsletter.
What would you do if you saw this on your toddler's baby monitor?
Under an agreement with federal regulators, the skincare brand has promised to not write fake reviews after an investigation was launched based on a whistleblower’s Reddit post.
In this week's Please Like Me newsletter, YouTube is silent while one vlogger accuses another of serious crimes, and people need to stop picking on women who love fall.
In this week's newsletter: a fitness guru under fire for hiring a team of coaches who all look...well, like her, and outtakes from the Caroline Calloway profile.
Caroline Calloway gets real about how our culture devalues the work of women, why people hate influencers so much, and why people are so obsessed with hating her.
"ABC would rather cast Sean Spicer than have a black Bachelor."
"This would have been unfathomable just a few years ago."
"Barack is probably at home reading scripts with the TV on mute."
Love her or hate her, no one can stop talking about her.
The teen has since apologized for "replicating her personal process" instead of doing a full video.
Ryan and his parents have been slapped with a complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission over his sponsored content.
A lawyer for four of the boys is blaming the incident on "YouTube flu."
A 911 Operator Is Being Accused Of Being "Rude" And "Condescending" To A Drowning Victim Before She Died
"You're not gonna die, I don't know why you're freaking out."
The Fitness Influencer Behind Blogilates Is Speaking Out After Critics Accused Her Of Going Too Far With Her Weight Loss Plan
“Weight loss and body positivity can go hand and hand, as long as you love your body and are grateful for your body every step of the way."
The Hosts Of The Popular Podcast "Crime Junkie" Are Accused Of Quietly Deleting Episodes Over Plagiarism
Multiple episodes of the podcast have vanished after fellow podcasters and a former journalist accused the hosts of ripping off their work without credit.