Mark Zuckerberg Says He's Not Running For Public OfficeFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his quest this year to visit every state he hadn't before is about building relationships, not politics.
Facebook To Stream MLB Game Each Friday Starting This WeekBaseball fans can like their team's games with a click starting Friday.
Popular Facebook Group Page RUN215 To Go 'Permanently Dark'Jon Lyons made the announcement Monday about his nearly 9,000-member RUN215 page, saying it will go dark Tuesday, May 23.
Facebook Hiring Thousands More To Review Suicide, Crime Videos Posted On SiteFacebook has been criticized recently for not doing enough to prevent videos — such as a murder in Cleveland and a killing of a baby in Thailand — from spreading on its service.
Posting '10 Concerts' To Facebook Opens Door To Hackers, Experts WarnBefore you join in with the social media crowd, cyber security consultant Joseph Ingemi says be careful.
Mark Zuckerberg Surprises Ohio Family For DinnerAn Ohio family was floored when the CEO of Facebook walked into their home and sat down for a family meal.
Improve Your Company's Marketing By Keeping Up With Facebook's ChangesTo make sure your business is always getting the most effective marketing use of Facebook, keep up with the changes in the algorithm.
Facebook Wants To Make Passwords ObsoleteFacebook says it is working to protect users' sensitive information by making passwords useless.
Facebook Kicks Off Annual Developers Conference In Silicon ValleyMark Zuckerberg kicked off Facebook's annual developers conference Tuesday, and more than 4,000 software developers will attend the two day conference in Silicon Valley.
Phila. Police: No Indication Accused FB Killer In Our AreaPolice are now telling Eyewitness News they have no indication that Stephens is in the area.
Why Facebook Still Struggles To Pull Down Murder Videos QuicklyA recent video on Facebook of a murder is reigniting old questions about how the social network handles offensive content.
Philadelphia Archdiocese Embraces Facebook LiveThe archdiocese entered the world of Facebook Live by broadcasting Holy Week rites on Archbishop Charles Chaput's Facebook page.

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