Mark Zuckerberg Reveals We’ll Be Able To “Dislike” Facebook Posts In The Near Future
During a Q&A at the social network’s headquarters earlier today, Zuckerberg made an announcement about the much-discussed option. He revealed:
“I think people have asked about the dislike button for many years. Today is a special day because today is the day I can say we’re working on it and shipping it.”
Ohio State Announces Anti-Sexual Assault Program Ahead Of Biden Visit
Ohio State University President Michael Drake announced the launch of their new “Buckeyes ACT” program Thursday morning.
“We are deeply concerned by sexual misconduct and relationship violence both at Ohio State and at institutions of higher learning across the nation,” Drake said in a statement.
This announcement comes hours before Vice President Joe Biden visits OSU Thursday. The Vice President is expected to speak about a federal initiative to reduce sexual assaults on college campuses nationwide. The federal initiative is called “It’s On Us.”
Ahmed Mohamed, 14, Detained Over Homemade Clock; President Obama Invites Teen to White House
DALLAS (AP) — The detention of a 14-year-old Muslim boy questioned and handcuffed after teachers decided a homemade clock he brought to his Texas high school resembled a bomb prompted allegations of anti-Islam profiling Wednesday, even as police and school officials defended their response.
-Mad River Mountain Ski Lodge Destroyed In Massive Fire
ZANESFIELD, Ohio –
Fire crews responded to a fire at Mad River Mountain in Logan County.
Photos show flames engulfing the main lodge at the ski resort around 8 p.m. Wednesday night.
A passer-by saw the flames around 7:25 p.m. and called the Logan County Sheriff’s Office. By the time they arrived, the main ski lodge was fully engulfed in flames.
Logan County Emergency Management Agency Director Helen Norris said that 15 departments from four counties battled the flames. The fire was declared to be under control around 10 p.m.
Norris said there were no reports of injuries.
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