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  • Movie review: 'Bully'

    Movie review: 'Bully'
    If you feel like you've already read quite a bit about the documentary "Bully," you have. But that still won't prepare you for the experience of seeing it. "Bully" has been in the news a lot lately because it received a restrictive R rating (for a...
  • Bullies called my son and his friend ‘gay’

     
    Q: Some bullies at my 8-year-old son’s school called him and his friend, “gay.” My son was upset and I’m not sure how to respond. I want to protect him from being picked on but at the same time I don’t want him to have a bias...
  • Virginia Tech shooting: 2007 massacre led to changes nationwide

     
    After the 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech, colleges and universities around the country improved their emergency notification systems and worked to speed up the reaction time of campus police to a potential shooter on campus....
  • VQR announces new publisher, deputy editor

     
    16 months after its managing editor's suicide, the Virginia Quarterly Review has named a publisher, a new deputy editor and an eight-person advisory board....
  • Justice Department accuses Conn. police of bias against Latinos

     
    A federal Justice Department probe of the East Haven, Conn. police department has found a pattern of discrimination against Latinos, the latest legal blow aimed at the suburban department....
  • Elevator camera shows South Korean teen before suicide jump

     
    Bullied high school girl commits suicide: Elevator camera shows girl moments before fatal jump...
  • Israel town of Beit Shemesh is front line of a religious battle

     
    "Beit Shemesh" means "the house of sun," but these days many see it as a dark place where religious extremists defy authorities, intimidate children and attack the press. Naama Margolese, a third-grader afraid to walk to school, becomes a symbol....
  • U.S. lawmaker: Even hazing victims should lose financial aid

     
    A Florida lawmaker plans to introduce anti-hazing legislation when Congress returns in mid-January in the wake of the beating death of a drum major in her state....
  • Kristy McNichol of 'Family,' 'Empty Nest' comes out as a lesbian

     
    Kristy McNichol comes out as a lesbian: As Kristy McNichol looks at turning 50 this year, the Emmy-winning "Family" actress has come out publicly as a lesbian, in support of kids who are being bullied....
  • In South Korea, North Face jackets tied to wave of bullying, theft

     
    North Face jackets: A recent rash of teenage bullying across South Korea has focused on a popular clothing fad that authorities say has led to predatory behavior: North Face jackets....
  • Pakistan prime minister appears before high court in contempt case

     
    Pakistani Prime Minister Yusaf Raza Gilani appeared before a Supreme Court panel Thursday to defend himself in contempt-of-court proceedings, staving off an immediate ruling in a high-stakes case that could lead to his ouster and jeopardize his party's...