A girl's attempt at taking selfies with a peacock terribly - and hilariously - backfired.
After a Washington father noticed his daughter posting sexy selfies on social media, he decided to teach her a lesson in the most hilarious way possible...
A blogger took to Instagram to to slam Samsung after discovering that her cell phone's camera automatically airbrushes her.
The city of Sugar Land, Texas, recently installed a selfie-commemorating statue outside its city hall building, and it's stirring up some serious controversy.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell is warning parents about the vulnerability of children and young teens who take nude selfies and post them online.
A European tourist is sparking outrage after she was caught dragging a swan to take photos with her and then left it to die.
It seems like we hear each summer about the growing dangers of shark attacks. But according to Mashable, selfies are claiming lives at a higher rate.
The latest "selfie outrage" was sparked in New York this week, as young people posed for pictures in front of the burning rubble of a Manhattan building. The New York Post plastered the images in their Sunday edition, including on the cover, labeling the picture-takers "village idiots."
According to the National Transportation Safety Board, a selfie may have contributed to a deadly plane crash in Colorado.
Remember that monkey who gained worldwide fame a few years ago by taking a selfie? Well, according to multiple reports, the famous photo is now the subject of a contentious copyright battle between a photographer and Wikimedia Commons.
Two female Australian hockey players were posing for what they probably thought would be a rather run-of-the-mill selfie at the Commonwealth Games. But the picture quickly turned into a global sensation when the Queen herself joined in!
According to the White House, that right there could be the last selfie involving President Obama. After Red Sox slugger David Ortiz presented Obama with a commemorative No. 44 jersey in the team's visit to the White House last week, Ortiz took out his Samsung phone and snapped a picture of himself with the president.