“Two years for a coup, not bad,” one Facebook employee wrote sarcastically in an internal post.
“Business is booming for online inspired lynchings, unfortunately, all over the world,” said one researcher in Israel.
On Saturday, Israeli airstrikes hit a refugee camp, killing eight children, and a building housing international media.
“Starbucks is in the process of evaluating their organic presence on FB, and whether they should continue to have a presence on the platform at all.”
The oversight board upheld Facebook’s decision to ban the former president but said the company must review the suspension in six months.
Facebook Stopped Employees From Reading An Internal Report About Its Role In The Insurrection. You Can Read It Here.
After BuzzFeed News reported on an internal document that examined the social network’s failings leading up to the Capitol riot, many of Facebook's employees were prevented from accessing it.
An internal task force found that Facebook failed to take appropriate action against the Stop the Steal movement ahead of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, and hoped the company could “do better next time.”
The NCAA initially provided women with a single rack of dumbbells, while the men had a full weight training room.
The son of Hyun Jung Grant, who was killed in one of the shootings, described her as "one of my best friends and the strongest influence on who we are today."
Björk, dog, lava — the volcano eruption in Iceland has it all.
Amazon is promoting COVID conspiracy books around the world.
The viral video looked too absurd to be real, but online sleuths were able to quickly verify its location.
The Women for America First cross-country tour spent the weeks before its Jan. 6 event spreading election lies and, on occasion, calling for violence.
"His social media comments reflect very ill-considered political hyperbole in very divided times and will certainly not be repeated in the future," Garret Miller's lawyer told BuzzFeed News.
Russians braved -60 degree weather and police brutality to demand opposition leader Alexei Navalny's release.
At least one person whom "Thad Williams" helped send to DC bragged about carrying a firearm to the nation's capital.
Social media companies banned Trump, but not the groups he inspired.
“We are extending the block indefinitely and for at least the next two weeks,” wrote CEO Mark Zuckerberg in the announcement.
The collective delusion finally reached the level of violence it always threatened.
The mob that forced Congress to flee organized on both obscure and mainstream sites.