Former You Tube Star Austin Jones Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison For Child Porn, Demanded Explicit Videos From His Teenage FansIllinois You Tube star Austin Jones was sentenced on Friday after he admitted to pressuring underage fans online into sending him sexually-explicit videos.
Prosecutors Asking For 11-Year Prison Sentence For YouTube Star Austin JonesProsecutors are asking for an 11-year prison sentence for a YouTube star from Illinois who has admitted to pressuring underage fans online into sending him sexually-explicit videos. 
Former YouTube Star Austin Jones Pleads Guilty To Child Pornography ChargeAustin Jones, a YouTube star from Bloomingdale, pleaded guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography Friday.
YouTube Bans Dangerous Prank VideosA recent "Bird Box challenge" featured videos of people engaging in activities while blindfolded. People also were sickened in a challenge that involved eating Tide detergent pods.
Meet Emily Graslie, The Youtuber Who Became Chief Curiosity Correspondent At Field MuseumAs the star of her own YouTube channel, "The Brain Scoop," the 29-year-old is part comedian and part science tutor.
Researchers: YouTube's Efforts Combating Extremist Videos Falling ShortYouTube, which is owned by Google, incorporated aspects of the "Redirect Method" last year.
The Rise Of Social Media InfluencersInfluencers are now so plentiful, and powerful, that the federal government has begun requiring them to clearly identify who's picking up the tab. 
YouTube Took Down More Than 8 Million Videos In 3 MonthsYoutube is once again trying to clean up its platform. On Monday, the Google-owned company said it took down more than 8 million videos between October and December for violating its community guidelines.
Chicago Man Wrestles Lion While On Vacation In AfricaIf someone told you they wrestled a lion and survived, you probably wouldn’t buy it, but Ted Papastefan has the video to prove it.
8-Year-Old Boy Drives Sister To McDonald’s After Learning How By Watching YouTubeA craving for a McDonald's cheeseburger apparently prompted an 8-year-old Ohio boy to take his 4-year-old sister for a ride in his dad's van, which he learned to drive on the internet.
YouTube Founder Gives Back To His Alma Mater In AuroraChen helped provide a million dollars in seed money to help his alma mater expand and create the center for innovation and inquiry.