Facebook Use Makes Users' Unhappy, Study FindsA new study has found that using Facebook makes us unhappy, but human face-to-face interaction still makes us happy.
Facebook Rolling Out new Feature Similar to Snapchat’s StoriesFacebook has adopted a Snapchat innovated feature.
Twitter Downsizing, Kills Off Vine App Amid Pressure to GrowShares of Twitter, which have tumbled 27 percent in the past month
Facebook Tests New Featured Event Lists In 10 US CitiesSome Facebook users looking for something to do in real life can now get suggestions from the social network.
Giving Tuesday Donations $10Mil Over Last YearGiving Tuesday exceeded last year's day of generosity by more than $10 million.
Study: Many Facebook Users Motivated By EnvyA University of British Columbia study finds that people are often jealous of other people's pictures or statuses and post their own to compensate.
How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
Carroll Says That Lynch's Mom Just Looking Out For Her SonThe Seattle coach brushed aside comments made by Delisa Lynch in a Facebook post
Agent For ISIS May Have Been Living In SeattleThe mysterious, possibly ISIS-linked woman who has been hiding behind the handle @_UmmWaqqas is believed to be Rawdah Abdisalaam, a woman in her 20s from Seattle.
Judge Proposes Oregon Bakery Pay $135,000 To Lesbian Couple For Emotional Suffering; GoFundMe Page Shut DownAn administrative law judge proposed Friday that the owners of a suburban Portland bakery pay $135,000 to a lesbian couple who were refused service more than two years ago.
Man Sentenced In Online Threat Case Tied To Larger DebateA Washington man who posted Facebook comments threatening a former Ferguson, Missouri, police officer will avoid prison but has been ordered to stay off social media sites in a case that is part of a broader legal debate about when social media rants go beyond hyperbole and become a crime.
Ferguson Facebook Case Part Of Debate About Online ThreatsA Washington state man faces sentencing for posting threats on Facebook against a former Ferguson, Missouri, police officer who fatally shot a young black man — a case that is part of a broader legal debate over when social media rants go beyond hyperbole and become criminal acts.