Facebook To Expand Fact-Checking To Photos, VideosFacebook says it is expanding its fact-checking program to include photos and videos as it fights fake news and misinformation on its service.
Poll: Teens Say Social Media Makes Them Feel BetterToday's teens are constantly on their smartphones, many check social media "constantly" and prefer texting over face-to-face communication.
2 Arrested For Burglarizing Burned Home While Family Stayed In HotelTwo people in Arlington were arrested after police said they burglarized a house that caught fire in August. The family of the home was staying at a hotel during the burglary.
Twitter Permanently Bans Alex Jones, Infowars Citing AbuseTwitter says Jones won't be able to create new accounts on Twitter or take over any existing ones.
Unfriending Facebook: More Than A Quarter Of Users Have Done ItIn the past year, a sizable number of Facebook users have changed how they interact with the social media platform -- including getting rid of it altogether.
Police Officer Goes Viral After Buying, Pumping Elderly Woman's GasSeth Kazz, the owner of the station in St. Clair Shores, posted a photo to Facebook on Aug. 31 after the officer went out of his way to make sure the struggling customer got home alright.
Deputies Say Scammer Flattened Tires, Then Charged To Change ThemPolice are looking for a man who is accused of flattening the tires on cars only to charge the drivers to change them with the spare.
President Trump Says Google Searches Rigged, DFW Expert DisagreesSEO expert Bill Hartzer says he doesn't believe Google itself is biased and says search results depend on the what the user types and the content that pops up.