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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A Republican South Dakota legislator is under fire for a meme she shared on her Facebook page depicting protesters being hit by a vehicle. Rep. Lynne DiSanto of Box Elder shared the image Sept. 7 under the caption...Show More Summary
The family shared the news on its official Facebook and Twitter pages where, well, let's just say they didn't quite get the response they were hoping for.
Looks like something Bomberman is going on. The Bomberman art in the image above goes along with Super Bomberman R, but we don't have any confirmation that's what this post is about. Speculation so far points to some reveals of new characters being added to the game. I guess we'll just have to sit back and wait for Konami to come clean on this one.
The now (in)famous article Boris Johnson wrote about Brexit in the Telegraph (on his Facebook page here) has been presented entirely in political terms. It was an attack on Theresa May, an act of disloyalty or treachery, a sackable offence, the outcome of blind ambition and his positioning for a leadership challenge. Show More Summary
There's nothing quite like cozying up to a nice cold chunk of metal. Firefighters in Worms, Germany, shared a fun story to its Facebook page on Friday in an attempt at showing how delicate the team of first responders can be duringShow More Summary
Believe it or not, guns and pastries collide The Facebook page for Bee Cave patisserie Baguette et Chocolat has improbably become a war ground for gun rights activists. It all started when The Truth About Guns editor Robert Farago entered...Show More Summary
Roku may not have the same buzz as Google, Facebook or even Snap, but when it goes public, it plans to take a page from the books of those companies, creating an ownership structure that will give its CEO and other insiders outsizedShow More Summary
Fans of President Donald Trump lashed out at country singer Dolly Parton after she appeared at the Emmys with two other actresses who insulted the commander-in-chief. Appearing with Parton at the 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, actresses Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda compared Trump’s...
Today kicks off a week of events, from the Facebook Event page: You’re invited to join the City of St. Louis as we talk about the future of our Downtown transportation system. Join any of these half-day workshops. We hope you are able to attend and take part in the...
What software do you use to process your digital images? As of the writing of this article, Adobe Lightroom sports over 1.4 million Likes on their official Facebook page. And Photoshop? That Facebook page is pushing 7.7 million Likes. Show More Summary
Photo. Getty Mark Zuckerberg disingenuously poses as a friendly critic of algorithms. That's how he implicitly contrasts Facebook with his rivals across the way at Google. Over in Larry Page's shop, the algorithm is king, a cold, pulseless ruler. Show More Summary
The Mounds (OK) Police Chief thinks posting Bible verses online is a way to bring people together.
You know that guy in your News Feed who just got a car and won't stop posting pictures? Facebook finally has a solution for you. It's testing a "Snooze" button that allows users to temporarily unfollow individuals, pages, and groups...Show More Summary
You can comment, but you can't hide! A wanted man in North Wales taunted police on their own Facebook page after the department posted information about his search. Related: Cashier Tries To Flush Newborn Down McDonald's Toilet On Wednesday, the North Wales Police appealed for information to catch Martin Tate, who is being tracked down by authorities on [...]
A Florida police department is investigating an officer who posted anti-Semitic remarks on his Facebook page that were unearthed after his superiors commended the hunky cop in an official post. The Gainesville Police Department had lauded Officer Michael Gordon Hamill and two colleagues in a post...
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Facebook's Snooze feature allows you to unfollow friends, pages, as well as groups for 24 hours, one week, or 30 days.
Facebook users who need to take a temporary break from posts by friends, pages or groups without unfriending, unfollowing or leaving will be very happy with a feature the social network is currently testing. Facebook confirmed that it is testing a snooze feature, spotted on desktop earlier Thursday by Josh Constine of TechCrunch, with a...
Facebook is testing a new "unfollow" option that gives users the ability to temporarily snooze posts from a person, page, or group.