'We Are Really At A Crisis Point For Our Democracy, Economy': Sally Hubbard On Big Tech Corporations & Book 'Monopolies Suck'Big corporations like Facebook, Amazon and Apple dominate our lives, but do they have our best intentions in mind? Sally Hubbard explains why monopolies are ruining our democracy and economy.
Activists Sue Kyle Rittenhouse, Facebook Over Deadly Violence In KenoshaA group of activists is suing Kyle Rittenhouse and Facebook over deadly violence in Kenosha in August.
Facebook Sued By Kenosha Protesters For 'Enabling, Empowering Of Militias'"Facebook's inaction led to the death of two protesters, in addition to the harm suffered by plaintiffs."
Facebook Users In Illinois Could Get Payment In Class Action LawsuitIf you live in Illinois, Facebook could be sending you some money to settle a class action lawsuit.
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter Among Sites Providing Voting Resources For National Voter Registration DayTuesday is National Voter Registration Day and social media sites are providing the resources you need to prepare for Election Day. 
Pullman Porter Museum Director Says His Facebook Page Was Hacked And Used To Scam PeopleGetting hacked on Facebook is nothing new, but on Tuesday night, the director of a historic Chicago museum said that hackers have been using his account to scam people online.
Facebook To Build $800 Million Data Storage Center In DeKalbThe project will create an estimated 1,200 construction jobs, and 100 operational jobs for data technicians, engineers, facility managers, logistics professionals, and security personnel.
Niles Teen Writes 'A Song Of Hope' And Gets Musicians From Around The World To PerformSachio Nang, who plays the clarinet in the Niles West band, posted a message on Facebook while composing the song. He asked musicians, stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic to collaborate. More than 100 musicians from around the world got in touch with him.
'Quarantine Meals' Facebook Page Bringing People Together Through FoodA restaurant owner is helping people stay busy, occupied and connected during quarantine. 
Yes, The Mayor Has Seen The 'Where's Lightfoot?' Memes; 'We All Need To Find The Humor'An Instagram account dubbed "Where's Lightfoot" has been photoshopping images of a stern-looking Lightfoot standing guard all over the city; standing at a barricade on the Lakefront Trail, perched atop the Bean at Millennium Park, even poking her head above the waves of Lake Michigan.
'Not A Proud Moment': Highland Park Mayor Posts Social Distancing WarningThe mayor encourages anyone who sees a group out to call police.