Zuckerberg Admits Mistakes, Outlines StepsMark Zuckerberg is breaking more than four days of silence as he posts an update about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Here's How To Stop Facebook From Sharing Your DataThe Federal Trade Commission is reportedly investigating whether Facebook violated a 2011 agreement to protect its users' privacy.
Spring Training Report: Arrieta Finally Signs, MLB Signs Broadcast Deal With FacebookThe free agent pitcher finally gets a deal done and the league adds a new broadcast partner.
Teen In Hospital Battling Leukemia Asks For Fire Company ShirtsAn aspiring firefighter wants to wear a different fire company t-shirt every day while he’s in the hospital battling leukemia.
Dad Makes 'Bully' Son Run To School As Punishment In Viral VideoThe father's Facebook Live video has reportedly been viewed more than 1.6 million times.
Men Get Prison After Dragging Kitten Behind Jeep, Posting Video Online18-year-old Kyle Williams and 19-year-old Jordan Hall were both found guilty of animal cruelty after the duo dragged the kitten behind their moving jeep in June of 2017.
Student Gives Ice Cream Money To Help Teacher Pay For Father-In-Law's FuneralThe 6th-grader's gift has already been shared on Facebook over 231,000 times and received 534,000 likes since being posted on Feb. 20.
Mo. Governor Takes to Facebook to Build Budget SupportEarlier this week, Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway compared Greitens budget to "a payday loan scheme,"
Facebook Community Boost will Offer Training for St. Louis BusinessesThe program manager says they'll offer extended training for small business owners.
Man Fools Cops With Car Made Of Snow, Gets Fake Parking TicketAccording to CBS46, Simon Laprise sculpted a life-size model of a DeLorean DMC-12 in the middle of a local snow removal zone.
Greitens Issues Facebook StatementTuesday, Governor Greitens posted a statement on Facebook not much different from the last one.
Q&A: What Facebook's Shift Could Mean to Users, BusinessesNow it's Zuckerberg's personal goal for 2018 to fix the site and weed out hate, abuse, meddling by malicious nation states, while also making it more "meaningful'' and less depressing for users.

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