Facebook Plans 'Satire' Button To Help Identify Joke Articles

If you're tired of having to explain over and over to clueless relatives things like "no, President Obama didn't really run over Jimmy Carter last night, that's a piece from The Onion. It's a satire site," there's hope. Facebook is reportedly testing a "satire" button to clarify what's real and fake news. » 8/18/14 9:45am 8/18/14 9:45am

Rude Bride Tells Facebook Pals Why They Aren't Invited to Her Wedding

Few things in life will let you know which friends you truly value like creating an invite list for your wedding. One deranged bride with an ax to grind wanted to drive that point home in a Facebook post, enumerating the reasons why some "friends" aren't important enough to make the cut. » 8/08/14 12:20pm 8/08/14 12:20pm

Pouring a Bucket of Ice Water Over Your Head Won't Cure ALS

The Ice Bucket Challenge is sweeping my Facebook news feed and has gone as far as to be featured the Today Show, so it can now officially be classified as having gone viral. Celebrities like Matt Lauer, Martha Stewart, golfer Michelle Wei and even the Elle.com digital team have participated in pouring buckets of… » 8/07/14 5:00pm 8/07/14 5:00pm

Israeli Women Stand With IDF By Showing Off Their Breasts and Asses

A Facebook page that was created on Wednesday is receiving a lot of attention on the internet, and it's not just because the page is in support of the Israeli Defense Force. It's because the photos that line the page's wall are of scantily-clad women with "I <3 IDF" written on their breasts. » 7/24/14 8:30pm 7/24/14 8:30pm

Facebook Has Been Using Us as Guinea Pigs for Emotional Experiments

Have you been posting happier updates on Facebook more than usual? Or maybe sadder ones? Just know that on the social media site that allows you to be who you really are, those expressions of your innermost being, the Facebook posts that truly reflect the condition of your soul ("lol I got Blanche, which Golden Girl… » 6/29/14 12:00pm 6/29/14 12:00pm