Jada Pinkett Smith joins Instagram and offers a first look at her new Facebook show, “Red Table Talk.” Get the scoop and watch now.
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The family of Robert Godwin, Sr., the Cleveland man who was murdered on Facebook Live, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the social media network.
Facebook has released the official trailer for “Ball in the Family,” their forthcoming docuseries following L.A. Lakers baller Lonzo Ball and his family. Watch now.
A Parker County mother has been charged with injury to a child after her infant daughter drowned in the bathtub while she was on Facebook messenger.
Aspiring actor Frederick Jay Bowdy commits suicide on Facebook Live days after he’s arrested for suspicion of sexual assault.
A 14-year-old Florida girl in foster care took her own life on Sunday night and live streamed her suicide on social media. Get the scoop.
A Sacramento, California couple lost custody of their baby after they live-streamed the child’s birth on Facebook and someone contacted Child Protective Services.
Lee Cyr, the Fairborn, Ohio police officer who celebrated the suicide of Black Lives Matter activist MarShawn McCarrel in a Facebook post, has been fired.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg asks his staff to stop replacing “Black Lives Matter” with “All Lives Matter” on the walls of the office.
On Wednesday, Facebook rolled out their new reactions option that will allow you to react to Facebook posts with a Like, Love, Haha, Wow, Sad or Angry emoji.
Sharae Bradford, a 25-year-old single mother was shot and killed over the weekend after a sexual encounter with a man she met on Facebook.