It draws us in and riles us up — but we still can’t look away.
Fake news stories spread like viruses across social media sites this election season. What can — and should — be done to stop fake news in the future?
Social media is chipping away at democracy, and everyone saw it coming
The "National Archive of Aleppo" page has become a poignant gathering place for people who want to share positive memories of the city.
The social network faced anger for repeatedly deleting a historic Vietnam War photo, including in a post by Norway's premier, which appears to be the first case of the social network censoring a government head.
Claims that Facebook deliberately manipulated stories on its list of trending topics undercuts its role as one of the world’s most powerful tools for 21st century communication, writes Callie Crossley.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists have found a powerful weapon for attacking leaders they claim are in Beijing's pocket.
Facebook arrived in Venezuela in 2007, but it wasn't until this year that one of its most famous citizens became a user.
It never occurred to Steve Puget NOT to use Facebook to help. And he was totally unsurprised when it worked.
It used to be a well-kept secret. But the logistics of a migrant's trip north are now easier than ever to find.
The disgruntled former employee who shot and killed two reporters live on air Wednesday morning wanted his crime to go viral. Knowing that, how should we talk about it on social media?