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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict may be thousands of miles from South Florida, but the ripple effects continue.
A Dutch passenger aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 graduated from a South Florida high school.
The human toll is heartbreaking as families learn of loved ones lost. A passenger took a picture of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 shortly before takeoff. He had an ominous Facebook post “Should it disappear,” he wrote, “this is what it looked like.” It was likely meant to be a joke, but now, the heartbreaking reality is that everyone on board that plane died.
Two Broward County assistant public defenders who reportedly made disparaging remarks about Palestinians on Facebook have been fired. On Tuesday, Public Defender Howard Finklestein confirmed that attorneys Bruce Raticoff and Gary Sheres had been terminated.
Davie Police say an alert father checked his 14-year-old daughter’s Facebook activity, noticed an inappropriate conversation with an adult man and contacted investigators. Days later that man, Kevin McDonald, 28, was in jail facing criminal charges.
Can social media posts make you happy or sad? An experiment by Facebook is now coming under fire.
Camera maker GoPro Inc. made its debut in the stock market Thursday.
Twitter and Facebook lit up in a World Cup frenzy this week as millions of people around the world took to social media to share in the ups and downs of the matches.
Facebook gained a bunch of new “Likes” in Downtown Miami Thursday with a boot camp-style event set up with the goal of helping small businesses achieve success.