Signing Off: Stressed Celebs Take Social Media SabbaticalShould you delete yourself? It may be time for a social media sabbatical.
Here's What Facebook Is Doing To Quash Fake NewsAmid concerns of fake news circulating Facebook, its founder, Mark Zuckerberg took to his platform to spread the word on how to fight it.
Facebook Boosts Efforts To 'Do Good' With New ToolsFacebook is offering users new tools to 'do good.'
Police Opt For "Mannequin Challenge" To Warn DriversMiami-Dade Police took a viral social media craze and turned it into a reminder on the dangers of drunk driving.
Internet Imagines Obama, Biden Chats Amid Trump TransitionThe alleged awkwardness surrounding a transition from Democratic President Barack Obama to Republican President-elect Donald Trump is turning into viral memes on social media.
Lauren's List: Use Social Media To Save Money We spend so much time on social media these days, it's almost like a job. So we should be getting paid for it, right?
Zuckerberg: That Facebook Influenced Election Is 'Crazy'The idea that fake news spread on Facebook may have influenced the outcome of the U.S. election is "crazy," say Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Periscope Extends Beyond Phones As Twitter Ups Ante On Video Periscope is no longer just for smartphones.
Watchdog Pushes To Make Social Media Stars Disclose AdsA consumer watchdog is urging the Federal Trade Commission to crack down on deceptive social media ads.
Facebook Forces Ads On Users, Overrides Ad-BlockersAn ad blocker won't work this time around on Facebook.
Twitter Talks Donald Trump's 'Air Kiss' Of Mike Pence Donald Trump's 'air kiss' with his running mate Mike Pence is drawing attention on social media.
Israel Group: Families Sue Facebook Over Palestinian AttacksIsraeli and American families of victims of Palestinian attacks filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Facebook claiming the social media site is providing a platform for militants to spread incitement and violence, according to attorneys.