Facebook announced on Thursday that it is ridding the site of the “disputed” tag, which was implemented earlier this year in an effort to help alert readers to potentially false news stories and reduce the spread of “fake news.”
The man accused of detonating an explosive in the New York City transit system on Monday left a taunting message to President Donald Trump, according to a federal complaint.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said what surprised him most about the U.S. was the scope of the opioid crisis, but Facebook is flooded with illegal ads marketing these pain medications.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $200,000 on a “Facebook intervention” targeting young gay people who smoke.
Las Vegas shooting survivor Thomas Gunderson was shot in the leg during Sunday night’s attack, but he still stood to greet the president and first lady when they visited him at the hospital.
President Donald Trump on Thursday questioned the work of the Senate Intelligence Committee while it investigates allegations of Russian collusion in the 2016 presidential election, suggesting on Twitter that it look into the “fake news networks” instead.