Florida Man Accused Of Igniting Bomb, Posting Video On FacebookAuthorities say a Florida man ignited a homemade pipe bomb that flew into his neighbor's yard and shared a video of the outcome on Facebook.
Police Investigating Gun Post On Social Media By Gulliver Academy StudentThere is another security scare at a South Florida high school.
Lauren's List: Making Social Media A More Positive PlaceThere is a lot of negativity on social media sometimes, but today's "Lauren's List" has some tips for making your social media a more positive and inspiring place to be.
Warning Issued To Parents Regarding 'Momo Challenge'A dangerous and disturbing social media challenge encouraging children to commit dangerous acts, including physical harm and suicide has resurfaced.
Broward Teen Arrested For Posting Threat With Gun On SnapchatA Broward County high school student has been arrested for making threats on social media.
It Takes Hard Work, Style To Be A Social Media InfluencerYou may have heard the term “social media influencer” a lot lately.
Florida Supreme Court Says Judges, Lawyers Can Be Facebook ‘Friends’Grappling with the meaning of social-media relationships, a divided Florida Supreme Court on Thursday said judges do not have to disqualify themselves from cases in which they are Facebook “friends” with attorneys involved in the cases.
Girl, 12, Facing Felony Charge After 'Posting Threats' About Her School On Social MediaA 12-year-old girl is facing a felony charge after Pembroke Pines police said she posted 'threatening posts' about her school on Snapchat.
Pipe Bomb Suspect Cesar Sayoc Active On Social Media On social media, pipe bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc proudly displayed his support for President Trump. He is seen wearing a “Make America Great Again Hat” in several pictures.
Lauren's List: How To Deal With Negative Social MediaLauren's List takes a look at how you, or maybe your kids, can deal with negativity in social media.
Google+ To Shut Down Amid Security BugGoogle said Monday that it is shutting down the long ailing social network Google+ for consumer use amid new scrutiny of the company for reportedly failing to publicly disclose a security bug affecting users of the service.