Facebook Tests New Features Designed To Help People Post-BreakupFacebook is trying to help heal the pain of a broken heart by testing a few new features.
Faith-Based Filmmaker Sues Facebook For Allegedly Faulty Ad LinksA faith-based Hollywood filmmaker says alleged problems with advertising links provided by the social media site caused his movies to stumble in theaters.
Orphaned Bear Cub Goes From Melancholy To Merry In New SanctuaryA sun bear cub orphaned by poachers is getting a new lease on life at a Vietnam sanctuary.
Video Goes Viral Of DC Officer Holding Dance-Off With TeenVideo of a Washington, D.C. police officer having a dance-off with a teen girl is going viral - and many are commending the exchange as a paradigm of positive community policing.
Thousands Of Israelis Sue Facebook For Failing To Take Down Anti-Semitic, Violent PostsThousands of Israelis are suing Facebook, claiming the site does not do enough to remove anti-Semitic and pro-violence Facebook posts that can reach and influence a vast audience of followers.
Schumers (Senator Chuck, Comedian Amy) Step Up Their 'Crusade On Guns'They're trying to create a national groundswell forcing a vote.
Facebook Tests New Shopping Section In Mobile AppIf you already think that Facebook is taking up too much of your time, brace yourself for what's coming.
From Love And Laughter To Sadness, Facebook Tests Emoticons In Spain, IrelandFacebook is testing out a new way for users to express themselves with emojis called "Reactions."
Mom Powers Through Labor While Whipping It To Silento's "Watch Me" HitWhen pregnant women start going into labor they're often told to squat or focus on breathing or just power through it.
Facebook Users Can Now Post 7-Second Looping Video As Profile PicThe social media site allowed some users Wednesday to start making their profile pic a seven-second video that loops, better known as a gif.
How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
Facebook Goes Down - Again - And People Tweet Sarcastic Doomsday PredictionsMonday marked the second time in a week that the world's second-most-popular website crashed, leaving its more than one billion users unable to access their timelines and newsfeeds.