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Kansas Lawmaker Says sharing Facebook Post 'In Bad Taste'

PERSONAL TECH | By John Hanna | Jan 10
A Kansas legislator said Thursday that he regrets sharing a post on Facebook that mocked Hispanics who speak accented English to make a derogatory comment about President Barack Obama.

Drinking-and-Driving Facebook Video Leads to Arrest

PERSONAL TECH | By Kantele Franko | Jan 1
An Ohio man took cellphone video of himself drinking while driving and posted it on Facebook, leading to his arrest hours later in a case that illustrates how social media can help law enforcement, a sheriff's office said.

Facebook Reps Grilled at Meeting Over Name Policy

NATIONAL | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Dec 26
Tempers flared as around 100 community members faced off with Facebook representatives over continuing criticism of its real name policy.

Facebook to Enable Viewing of Apple's Animated Photos

PERSONAL TECH | By Anick Jesdanun | Dec 25
The latest iPhones come with the ability to turn still images into video - just like magic - but sharing options had been limited to other Apple apps.

Laid-Off Woman's Facebook Plea Brings Help for Christmas

PERSONAL TECH | By Blake Nelson | Dec 23
When Elizabeth Garcia looked at the bare area under her Christmas tree and considered the bills that had been mounting since her last job layoff, she turned to social media.

Gun Buyer in Massacre Mused on Facebook of Troubles He Faced

PERSONAL TECH | By Brian Melley and Christine Armario | Dec 21
Less than a month before his friend carried out the San Bernardino massacre, the man who bought the assault rifles used in the attack wondered when the multiple lives he was leading would come crashing down.

Top Trend on Facebook: Election 2016

PERSONAL TECH | By Michael Liedtke | Dec 12
The U.S. won't elect a president until next year but the debate over the crowded field of candidates jostling for the Oval Office emerged as the hottest topic on Facebook this year.

Facebook Wants to Tap Robot Brains to Do Your Bidding

SCIENCE | By Brandon Bailey | Nov 5
The social networking company is touting the work of its artificial intelligence team at an industry conference this week.

Cops: $60K Facebook Post May Have Led to Fatal Home Invasion

PERSONAL TECH | By Ken Sweet | Oct 15
Police are investigating whether a photo a Philadelphia man posted on Facebook of what he said was $60,000 triggered a home invasion that left him dead.

Facebook Protest Draws Crowd

NATIONAL | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jun 7
About 100 people representing a diverse cross section of the LGBT community and allies gathered in front of Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park June 1 to protest the social media company's real names policy.

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