T.D. Jakes to Tackle Headlines in New Talk Show on OWN
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T.D. Jakes to Tackle Headlines in New Talk Show on OWN

By Stacy M. Brown (NNPA Newswire Contributor) The struggles of an interracial marriage, families divided…

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Saving Community Newspapers in the Age of Facebook
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Saving Community Newspapers in the Age of Facebook

By Denise Rolark-Barnes (Chairperson of the NNPA) and Benjamin F. Chavis (President and CEO of…

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12 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Facebook
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12 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with Facebook

NEW YORK, NY (Fox2Now) — Facebook was a lot easier to use and understand a…

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Facebook Gives Users More Control Over Their News Feeds
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Facebook Gives Users More Control Over Their News Feeds

(New York Times) – A perennial complaint from Facebook users is that they don’t have…

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Facebook’s New News Feed: See Best Friends’ Updates First
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Facebook’s New News Feed: See Best Friends’ Updates First

(NBC News) – Facebook is tweaking its News Feed again, with yet another update that…

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Twitter to Celebrate Users Birthday with Animated Balloons
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Twitter to Celebrate Users Birthday with Animated Balloons

(Financial Express) – If it is your birthday, Twitter will not only make sure that…

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‘Sin free Facebook’ Attracts Thousands
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‘Sin free Facebook’ Attracts Thousands

Zoe Kleinman, BBC   (BBC.com) — The creators of Facegloria claim the site has attracted…

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Why Facebook Wants to Get Inside Your Brain
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Why Facebook Wants to Get Inside Your Brain

(Sydney Morning Herald) – If Mark Zuckerberg’s ability to realize his dreams continues unabated, we will…

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Facebook Reports Small Improvement in Diversity of Workforce
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Facebook Reports Small Improvement in Diversity of Workforce

  San Francisco (Times of Oman) – Facebook’s latest diversity numbers show that the company is…

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Internet Companies Should Respond to Extremist Exploitation
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Internet Companies Should Respond to Extremist Exploitation

EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A U.N. panel is calling for…

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