Forget Instagram? Some teens say LinkedIn is the social media app for them

“The teenagers that I talked to … some of them really love LinkedIn. A lot of them just see it as really useful. It's utility. It's safe. It's easy. It feels a little transactional sometimes, but it's getting me where I need to go,” says writer Anya Kamenetz. Photo by Shutterstock.

For some teens nationwide, LinkedIn is currently the hot social media platform, not TikTok or Instagram. That’s according to Anya Kamenetz, a writer who covers parenting. 

China is increasingly wading into the Israel-Hamas conflict as a counter to the U.S.’ and its support of Israel. Majority-Muslim countries are welcoming China’s stance.

Two prominent allies of former President Trump pled guilty to Georgia prosecutors for their roles in the 2020 election interference. 

SAG leadership turned away George Clooney and other A-listers who floated a plan they said could help bridge the two sides. SAG also walked back rules around Halloween costumes on the picket line. 

The duo Milli Vanilli was stripped of their Grammy for lip-synching their album. Unscathed: producers and record label executives who were in on it. A new documentary chronicles this story.