In a Thursday all-hands meeting, Zuckerberg addressed the ruling for the officers in Breonna Taylor's killing and spoke about issues the social network has faced recently.
Nike, Twitter, Postdates, and more have all announced that the companies would recognize Juneteenth as a paid holiday.
#Fartgate has been trending ever since a rather audible farting sound aired during the first three minutes of an interview between "Hardball"'s Chris Matthews and Congressman Eric Swalwell.
A British politician, who frequently champions equality and social justice issues, has been accused of making an anti-Semitic reference over the classic Beatles tune.
"It goes something like this, 'If you don't go easy on Flynn, I'll break your kneecaps," the lawyer and former New York City mayor said.
"The same sources that we used in that story are standing behind it, as are we," news reporter Anthony Cormier said.
Tucker Carlson accused the left of racism against whites during his Fox News show.
College writings of Neomi Rao, the president's nominee for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, have come under scrutiny.
"The decision to voluntarily discontinue these cases was a difficult one," Cohen's attorney said.
Tweets were suspended for circulating fake news and "malicious information."
Adrian Carrasquillo is the latest journalist to lose his job over allegations of misconduct.
The dossier contained claims that the owners of the Alfa Bank were involved in the alleged Russian attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Three questions Trump must answer about the Dirty Dossier.
The report published by Buzzfeed is a strange mix of amateurish and insightful.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Thursday said he was against the Iraq war all along despite telling radio interviewer Howard Stern in 2002 that he favored it.
When did journalism get so physically degrading?
A California judge sentenced Turner, a Stanford swimmer, to six months in jail for sexual assault.
Many viewers turned to YouTube after the Facebook live stream ended abruptly.
The Huffington Post, Fox News and BuzzFeed are seeing major drops in Facebook traffic. Here's why.
A former Pandora executive will lead the program.