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Tamar Braxton opened up to Taraji P. Henson on Taraji’s new Facebook Watch show Peace Of Mind With Taraji.  In a clip, Tamar shared thoughts about the disconnect between herself and her family, her son and her relationship. “Everything was going wrong,” Braxton said.  “I had no relationship with my family. I was estranged from my […]

Facebook has announced that it is allocating $100 million to assist Black-owned businesses. Forty million dollars of that will go to small, black-owned businesses and even businesses in North Carolina are eligible. Apply for one of the Facebook grants here.   From the early days of the pandemic, we have been listening to small businesses […]

Reporter Justin Hinton thought he was just doing a regular Facebook Live update about snow falling in the Asheville area, but his report was so much more than that. Random Facebook filters kept popping up during Justin’s report and he was completely clueless about it. Hinton later posted “Right before going live on Facebook on […]

Facebook officials are scheduled to meet again with U.S. lawmakers amid growing concerns and public outrage over the misuse of private information. The consulting firm Cambridge Analytica, is accused of harvesting the data of 50 million Facebook users without permission and failing to delete when told to. The data was then used to profile people […]

Facebook's Vice President of Global Operations, Justin Osofsky, released a statement announcing the platform's intentions to modify processes.

The victim's mother says that her family has been receiving threats for coming forward and they are afraid to return to home.

An Alabama woman is lucky to be alive – thanks to a Facebook video. A week ago, nursing student Brittany Diggs was forced into the trunk of her own car by a man demanding money. Diggs was terrified, until she remembered watching a Facebook video that explained how to get out of a car trunk […]

Trent Bennett, a teacher at Malvern High School in Little Rock, took to KTHV-TV's Facebook page on Christmas Eve to unleash a series of racist remarks about President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

A new report says the federal government is using social media to monitor and crack down on Black activists around the country.

Detective Gordon's comments, initially reported last month shortly after the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, marked the simmering tension between the Black community and law enforcement over police interactions.

It wasn't until later in the day when one of her friends sent out an alarming Snapchat: the waitress' selfie with the words, “I’m so hungover and have a section full of n----rs right now," captioned at the bottom.

Hours after addressing the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, President Barack Obama delivered a statement about the police shooting that occurred during a protest in Dallas, Texas, which claimed the lives of five officers.