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A few threats received against Baltimore-area schools

Police and school officials in a few Md. school systems have been investigating threats since the mass shooting in Fla.

Companies often fire workers for social media posts

Public schools play by different rules than companies do when it comes to the hiring and firing of employees. Be careful.

Boy arrested; posted he would ‘shoot up Northeast’

A 16-year-old boy was arrested after he posted a picture that appeared to threaten violence against a Md. high school.

#MeToo doesn’t have to be a political movement

A hashtag can be a powerful thing, a student from Bloomington, Ind., explains, esp. when it comes to sparking a social revolution.

Trump’s Twitter account disabled for 11 minutes

You may have heard that President Trump's Twitter account was disabled for 11 minutes last night at the hands of a single rogue employee.

Misconstrued photo leads to Barrington H.S. lawsuit

A lawsuit alleging defamation of character has been filed by 6 IL girls against their high school district, the principal, & supt.

Kids say life would be happier without social media

Survey of 5,000 high schoolers in England: Many of them are disillusioned by social media, because of online abuse & fake news.

Pokémon GO players are friendly people

People who play the wildly popular game are more physically active and likely to be experiencing positive emotions and nostalgia.

Sexual misconduct alleged at a Christian school

Charges of sexual misconduct against a female teacher surfaced a week ago at a Christian high school in Chicago's southwest suburbs.

In marketing, what’s a Facebook “like” worth?

Here's a causal study of the effects of "liking" a page or a company on Facebook. What does it do for a company to build up followers?