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      • School apologizes for 'good girl' prom dress post

        School apologizes for 'good girl' prom dress post

        Wednesday, March 29 2017 7:31 AM EDT2017-03-29 11:31:04 GMT
        Wednesday, March 29 2017 8:26 AM EDT2017-03-29 12:26:20 GMT

        Images posted on Twitter on Monday they show several examples of what, the post claims, won't be allowed at Stanton College Prep prom and an example of a dress considered acceptable with the words "good girl." 

        Images posted on Twitter on Monday they show several examples of what, the post claims, won't be allowed at Stanton College Prep prom and an example of a dress considered acceptable with the words "good girl." 

      • Facebook debuts 'Stories,' wacky camera filters

        Facebook debuts 'Stories,' wacky camera filters

        Wednesday, March 29 2017 7:21 AM EDT2017-03-29 11:21:00 GMT
        Wednesday, March 29 2017 7:21 AM EDT2017-03-29 11:21:01 GMT

        The social media company rolled out "Facebook Stories" on Tuesday. It lets users share pictures and videos that disappear after 24 hours.

        The social media company rolled out "Facebook Stories" on Tuesday. It lets users share pictures and videos that disappear after 24 hours.

      • Video: Stranger speaks at woman's funeral, insults mourners

        Video: Stranger speaks at woman's funeral, insults mourners

        Wednesday, March 29 2017 2:08 AM EDT2017-03-29 06:08:08 GMT
        Wednesday, March 29 2017 5:48 AM EDT2017-03-29 09:48:54 GMT

        “I found it very offensive, and I think the community should, as well," said Adrian Wong, son of the deceased woman. "We found it wildly inappropriate to kind of use broad comment about the entire community,”

        “I found it very offensive, and I think the community should, as well," said Adrian Wong, son of the deceased woman. "We found it wildly inappropriate to kind of use broad comment about the entire community,”

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