Facebook used a video of hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico during a live demonstration of its new virtual reality app.
Twitter is the latest social media platform to meet with lawmakers about Russia's influence in the 2016 election.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a post responding to President Donald Trump's claim that Facebook is "anti-Trump."
Facebook's advertising model was criticized after ProPublica found advertisers may have targeted over 2,000 people who searched anti-Semitic terms.
The show reinforces Facebook's commitment to VR technology.
According to Dr. Charles Lipson, celebrities get into political office because we, the electorate, may have trust issues.
Some outlets wrote that a glitch in a Facebook AI program was so scary it was shut down, but developers say that's not a fair characterization.
Elon Musk has long said artificial intelligence could be dangerous to humans. But Mark Zuckerberg argues the benefits of AI are too great to ignore.
Facebook's internal policies protect certain groups of people from hate speech, but not others. And subsets of protected groups are fair game.
The Facebook founder and CEO dropped out of Harvard in 2004 after creating the social networking site in his dorm room.
He is busy touring the country, though.
The EU fined Facebook over $100 million for failing to disclose information related to its purchase of WhatsApp.