In a public Facebook group, "potheads" share their recipes, some of which are deeply unsettling. Come for the long egg, stay for the savory broccoli cheesecake.
The Facebook CEO and the president had a "constructive" meeting, the social media giant said.
Apartment building owners are accused of keeping older people from seeing listings for available units. Facebook has faced legal action over ad tools before.
In rebuking the platform, the 2016 presidential candidate cited a "disturbing" report on the Trump campaign's deceptions.
“It is very concerning that a letter from a group of senators can silence the voices of medical and scientific experts,” said a doctor who flagged the false info.
Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas.
The joint probe with several other states will look at how the social media giant's market dominance affects user data, consumer choice and the price of ads.
In August, an appellate judge ruled against Facebook in a case claiming the tech company is illegally collecting and storing biometric data.
Which, honestly, isn't saying much.
"We don’t do gay weddings or mixed race," a woman at the venue in Booneville explained in a now-viral cellphone video.
The mother of Anderson Davis, who was wounded in Saturday's mass shooting in Odessa, Texas, said the 17-month-old is expected to fully recover.
Twitch star Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa's photos kept getting removed from Instagram. Then came the demands for money.
The false claims go back to at least 2012 when Facebook changed its terms of service.
More than 2 million Facebook users have said they plan to storm Area 51 on Sept. 20 and business owners in nearby Rachel, Nevada, are scrambling to find enough portable toilets.
The report, authored by former Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.), was commissioned in response to claims that the social media platform suppresses conservative views.
The social media giant said it shut down more than 200,000 accounts suspected of being part of a Chinese government influence campaign targeting the protests.
The former president said on Facebook that "you can't go wrong by reading or re-reading the collected works of Toni Morrison."
The lawsuit says the social media platform unlawfully stores people’s biometric data, pointing to its “tag suggestions” feature for photos.
A white supremacist manifesto allegedly written by the El Paso shooter used the same term to describe immigration.