Facebook Says Social Media Can Make You Feel BadFacebook says that when people passively consume content on the platform, they feel worse.
Teen's Celebration After Being Accepted To Harvard Goes ViralThe teen's acceptance celebration has become an instant hit online, with over 240,000 views on YouTube since it was posted on Dec. 13.
Sheryl Sandberg, Of Facebook, Warns Of Backlash Against Women"I have already heard the rumblings of a backlash: "This is why you shouldn't hire women." Actually, this is why you should."
Parent-Controlled Message App For Kids Rolls Out From FacebookThe social media giant is launching a messaging app for children to chat with their parents and with friends approved by their parents.
Bemidji Craftsman Offers Handmade Leather Trump Bike Seat"Hand tooled leather saddle, hand peened copper rivets, on a Brooks pro frame," the listing promises.
Facebook Wants Your Nude Pics Now To Stop Revenge Porn LaterFacebook is partnering with a small government agency called e-Safety to curb sexual images from being shared without permission.
Minn. Senators Lead Fight Against Foreign-Funded Online AdsThe United States Senate opened hearings Tuesday on Facebook, Twitter and Google to figure out how to handle subversive and violent online content posted by foreign countries.
Cop Celebrates Boy's Birthday When No One Picks Him Up At SchoolGreen Bay police say the boy's mother is currently in prison and the school didn't have any other family contacts to call.
Wanted Man's Bet With Police Backfires, Now Has To Turn Himself InA man wanted by Michigan police decided to troll law enforcement on Facebook and quickly found out that the joke was on him.
Facebook Investigating Fake Russian Accounts' Posts From 2016 ElectionThe company says it has detected that some accounts spent $100,000 on at least 3,000 ads, mostly on divisive issues.
Best Basic Practices For Marketing Your Small Business On FacebookThis 6 step process will help your company actively attract and build engagement with customers by creating a Facebook business page.
UMD College Republicans Leader Steps Down Over 'Tasteless' Facebook PostsThe president of the College Republicans at the University of Minnesota Duluth said Monday that she removed "tasteless" posts from the group’s Facebook page, adding that the person responsible has stepped down from his role in the organization.

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