Mount Vernon Mayor: Post Your Pothole Pictures To FacebookMayor Richard Thomas is inviting the public to share photos of street craters on his Facebook page.
Man Caught On Video Allegedly Stealing Pigeons Off NYC StreetA Manhattan woman posted the video on her Facebook page earlier this week.
Facebook Banning Private Gun SalesFacebook says it's cracking down on online gun sales, with a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world's largest social network.
More Than 1,000 LI Facebook Moms Join Powerball PoolMore than 1,000 people on Long Island have pooled their money for a better chance at winning Wednesday's record Powerball jackpot.
Police: Armed Indiana Man Was Stalking Facebook 'Girlfriend'A search revealed the 24-year-old Elkhart, Indiana, resident had a .40-caliber handgun, .38-caliber revolver, .357 revolver and an AK-47-style rifle, all loaded.
Long Island Mom's Facebook Thank-You To Flight Attendant Who Calmed Fussy Baby Goes ViralAs the baby's parents were starting to panic on the crowded plane, a flight attendant came over, saw the situation, picked up Aiden and was immediately able to calm him down.
Mark Zuckerberg, Wife Announce Birth Of Daughter, Plans To Give Away 99 Percent Of Facebook SharesFacebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla are the proud parents of a baby girl, Max and a new philanthropic initiative worth about $45 billion.
N.J. Sheriff Under Investigation After Anti-Muslim Facebook RantOfficer Alex Pino's Facebook post is laden with hateful and inflammatory language -- including a comment about tearing down all mosques.
Facebook 'Most Used Words' App Sparks Privacy ConcernsSome 16 million people used the "Most Used Words" app on Facebook.
Advocate: Taking Photos Of Homeless 'Unethical And Inhumane'Advocates are speaking out against a police union-backed initiative, and other sites which prompt New Yorkers to post pictures of the city's homeless online.
Civil Rights Union Stands Up For Facebook PrivacyThe New York Civil Liberties Union is taking a stand in support of Facebook's rights to protect user privacy.
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