A vulgar Facebook rant about trick-or-treaters landed an Akron music teacher on paid administrative leave Monday morning.
CLEVELAND - Facebook is unveiling a redesign of its News Feed at a press event Thursday.
Changes to Facebook's layout always bring strong reactions from users.
The company sent an invitation to journalists saying "Come see a new look for News Feed."
The event is at 10 a.m. Pacific Time at Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, California.
There's plenty of speculation on tech blogs on what exactly the changes will be.
Some think the changes will include different feeds, like photo and music.
Facebook's News Feed debuted in 2006 and has remained pretty much the same ever since.
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