In its quest to clamp down on fake news, Facebook is using third party fact-checkers, and will soon provide the option of a ‘disputed’ label for posts.
More than 100,000 people watched a tortoise and a hare race each other in Downtown LA, to test Aesop’s fable.
A Melbourne man shared a photo of his winning McDonald’s Monopoly ticket on Facebook, saying he donated it to charity, and called on others to do the same.
Florida police say they arrested an alleged fugitive after he used their ‘Wanted of the Week’ poster as his Facebook profile picture.
Social media is changing the way we get our news, with an increasing number of people being informed by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
Tenants at a Salt Lake City apartment complex were threatened with eviction if they didn’t ‘like’ the complex on Facebook!
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social media site has listened to requests and is working on a dislike button.
Inspired by Tom Hanks’ character in Forrest Gump, Michigan man Barclay Oudersluys has set out to run 3,200 miles across the USA in less than 100 days!
A man from Newcastle upon Tyne became an internet sensation after his complaint about “wonky bread” purchased at Morrison’s went viral.
According to scientific studies, watching cat videos boosts your energy and positive emotions, and decreases negative feelings!