Month: November 2015

Facebook Will Stop Torturing You With Photos Of Your Ex

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Facebook Will Stop Torturing You With Photos Of Your Ex Remember when Facebook had no chill reminding you about your ex-significant other? You'd be scrolling through your News Feed after an emotional day and suddenly it'd be all, "Hey, that person who just ripped out your heart and stepped on it? They're at the ballet right now -- here's a photo!" Not cool, Facebook. Luckily, the social network is looking to fix that. On Thursday, it... [...]

Attorneys seek to dismiss murder-for-hire retrial of Dalia Dippolito

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Attorneys seek to dismiss murder-for-hire retrial of Dalia DippolitoAttorneys for a Boynton Beach woman who found guilty of hiring an undercover police officer to kill her husband are seeking to dismiss her upcoming retrial.Miami-based attorney Mark Eiglarsh and California-based attorney Brian Claypool, who are representing Dalia Dippolito in her retrial, filed a motion Tuesday in Palm Beach County to dismiss the case.The motion alleges police... [...]

Paris attacks: Wednesday’s developments

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Paris attacks: Wednesday's developmentsHere are the latest developments in the investigation of the deadly Paris terror attacks:• Police conducted three massive raids in the northern Parisian suburb of Saint-Denis, home of the Stade de France national sports arena, the site of one of Friday's attacks. Two were at apartments; the third was at a church.• Two suspects were killed -- a female suicide bomber who blew herself up and a terror... [...]

Changes Proposed for Florida’s Alimony, Child Timesharing Laws [COMMENTARY]

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Changes Proposed for Florida's Alimony, Child Timesharing Laws [COMMENTARY]Once again, new proposals would change Florida's alimony and timesharing laws. Several bills have been filed in the state House and Senate to address these issues. Currently, alimony is awarded to a lesser or non-earning spouse for either a specific or indefinite length of time, known as permanent alimony. The amount of alimony depends on a list of factors but is... [...]

How an Exploding Corona Beer Bottle Led to a $300,000 Award

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How an Exploding Corona Beer Bottle Led to a $300,000 AwardThe makers of Corona lost a federal case filed by a man who needed surgery after a beer bottle exploded in his hand.A Miami jury awarded $301,000 to Joey Malvaes, who had an experience that was indeed "miles away from ordinary" after taking a Corona Extra bottle out of its case at a family Christmas party in 2013."As he puts the bottle of beer into the cooler, the bottle explodes and... [...]