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Topic - Robert Faris
Improved popularity also increases the risk that an adolescent will be bullied, according to a new study that calls it "social combat."
In its effort to silence protesters, Egypt took a step that's rare even among authoritarian governments: It cut off the Internet across the entire country.
A U.S. bankruptcy court judge has approved a request by the Honolulu Symphony to liquidate, bringing an end to the nation's oldest symphony west of the Rocky Mountains.
They also don't bully, he said.
Faris said bullying-prevention programs often single out bullying of students who are more stereotypical subjects.