Interior Dept. Pulls Glacier Park Chief From Zuckerberg's TourAn official for Pres. Trump's Interior Department says the climate debate did not factor into the decision and that "every tax dollar matters."
Facebook Blames Glitch For Shutdown Of Catholic PagesFacebook is blaming a technical glitch for knocking several Catholic-focused Facebook pages with millions of followers offline for more than a day.
Steel Worker Falls At Construction Site Of New Facebook BuildingA steel worker was injured Tuesday morning after falling at the construction site of a new Facebook building in Menlo Park.
Disney Reveals Mary Poppins "In A Most Delightful Way"Walt Disney Pictures released a new motion poster of Emily Blunt as the iconic Mary Poppins. See it here...
3 Things To Know About Maintaining Your Small Business's Facebook PresenceFacebook is a valuable tool to promote sales and events, share in real-time with customers, and reach out to a larger audience.
'Blue Bloods' Star Donnie Wahlberg Drops $2,000 Tip At The Waffle HouseFor the steak, eggs, bacon, grits and tip, Wahlberg's bill total out to $2,082.60.
News Outlets Seek To Negotiate With Facebook, Google On AdsNews outlets are seeking permission from Congress for the right to negotiate jointly with Google and Facebook, two companies that dominate online advertising and online news traffic.
Patton Oswalt Slams Critics Who Say Marriage Plans Too SoonOswalt is defending his engagement from online critics who say the comedian is getting married too soon after his wife's death last year.
Facebook Looks To Build Neighborhood As It Expands HeadquartersFacebook unveiled plans Friday to build a new neighborhood with housing and retail as it expands its Menlo Park offices.
Number Of Facebook Users Reaches 2 BillionFacebook is reaching another milestone, announcing that it now has more than 2 billion users.
Facebook Wants To Nudge Users Into 'Meaningful' Online GroupsAt Facebook, mere "sharing" is getting old. Finding deeper meaning in online communities is the next big thing.
US Supreme Court Strikes Down Sex Offenders Social Media Ban The Supreme Court struck down a North Carolina law Monday that bars convicted sex offenders from Facebook, Twitter and other popular sites.

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