College Football On Facebook: Site To Stream 15 Games In 2017Facebook has struck a deal for exclusive rights to live stream 15 college football games this season, beginning next week.
Senator Who Hoped For Trump Assassination In Post ApologizesA Missouri lawmaker who temporarily posted a Facebook comment expressing hope that President Donald Trump would be assassinated is apologizing to Trump and his family, but the Democrat says she has no plans to resign over what she called "a mistake."
Woman Stuck In Swimming Pool Turns To Facebook For HelpA New Hampshire woman who became stuck in a swimming pool after the ladder broke turned to Facebook to ask for help getting out.
Facebook Live Stabbing Victim Arrested, Accused Of VandalismA man who designates "No Shoot Zones" at homicide sites in and around Baltimore has been arrested for what police say was destruction of property.
Facebook Shuts Down AI Robots After They Invent Their Own LanguageFacebook has shut down a pair of artificial intelligence robots after they invented their own language.
Police Investigating 2 Robberies Related To Online SalesPolice in Maryland say they're investigating two robberies where people offered items for sale online and were robbed when they met the supposed buyers in person.
Study: Most People Don't Want To See Friends' Vacation Pics On Social MediaMost people don't want to see vacation pictures on Facebook according to a study, it also reveals the most annoying vacation picture poses.
Facebook Now Deleting 66K Posts A Week In Anti-Hate CampaignFacebook is deleting about 66,000 posts a week as the social media giant cracks down on what it considers to be hate speech.
MLB Partners With Facebook To Live-Stream GamesFacebook and MLB partner to bring live-streamed games to the social network.
'Thankful' Flower Reaction Emoji On Facebook For Mother's DayFacebook has re-introduced its limited time Mother's Day reaction emoji, which is a purple flower that says "Thankful."
Facebook To Hire 3,000 To Review Videos Of Crime And SuicideFacebook says it will hire another 3,000 people to review videos and posts of crime and other questionable content following murders shown live on its site.
Facebook Launches Resource To Help Spot Misleading NewsFacebook is launching a resource to help you spot false news and misleading information that spreads on its service.