The study's surprising conclusion is that the more popular teens are, the more likely they are to get bullied, except for those at the very top of the high school social ladder.
Menus had gotten elaborate with illustrations and calligraphy. A lot of people started taking them home as souvenirs. To stop that, restaurant owners have supersized them.
Generacion Y blogger Yoani Sanchez's online newspaper will use text messages, emails and flash drives to get the news to its readers in Cuba, where the government controls all media.
In South Florida, many male panthers that are sent back into their natural habitat wind up dead, mostly from disease, fighting other males over territory, and cars.
Hardworking women on the home front during World War II were celebrated, and immortalized, by "Rosie the Riveter" on posters and in films.
“We knew these were just about the last mammoths living there, so we suspected something was happening,” said a paleontologist about what the rib bones suggest.
Researchers are looking into how dogs pick up on social cues from humans around them. It may tell us something about childhood development.
As part of her fight against childhood obesity, Mrs. Obama wants people to cook more of their meals at home instead of eating out or ordering takeout.
Allowing guns in churches, schools and airports, many say, will make Georgia more dangerous. But the bill's supporters say it will actually make Georgia safer.
They are winning a lot of college scholarships for such sports as bowling, rowing and equestrian activities.
Ocean scientists had warned that ordinary ocean garbage tends to gather where searchers are looking for parts of the missing Malaysian aircraft.
And if the cat trick doesn't work, try strapping a bomb to a dove, advises a manual on artillery and siege warfare written around 1530. It comes with illustrations.
The 3-D maps app would use about the same processing power as the game Angry Birds.
Young women who compete in roller derby skate hard and get bumps and bruises. They walk away with a sense of achievement. Meanwhile, the team's looking for new headquarters.
The stealth bomber caught fire on Guam. It took four years and cost $105 million to fix it, a bargain considering the plane's $2.1 billion price tag.
Good old-fashioned milk, the kind from moo cows, is losing space on grocery shelves to trendy juices, not to mention soy milk, coconut milk and flax milk.
At the time, it was the nation's biggest oil spill. And whether Prince William Sound in Alaska has by now recovered remains a contentious issue.
The report was written in 1999 and filed with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The hill's history is one of landslides. The unstable hillside has defied efforts to shore it up.
Expensive tickets, animal rights protests and competing forms of entertainment threaten to make bullfighting a thing of the past in the South American nation.
World War I erupted in Europe 100 years ago this August. Obama said the war still echoes in conflicts today. Europe is tense after Russia annexed Crimea which used to be part of Ukraine.
Using a chicken, a scientist ruffles a few academic feathers.
A larger picture of the Milky Way is giving scientists more to study. With never-before-seen images, they are learning more about the galaxy, how it was formed and how fast it is growing.
A report by the Education Department says black students are disciplined more strictly, even in preschool.
Children are suffering from three years of war. Poor nutrition and illness stunt their growth, and a lack of schooling derails their education.
Dennis Jenkins spent 30 years launching shuttles into space. Now, he's rebuilding the Endeavour shuttle to look just as it did before takeoff.
"The homework horror stories have to be read in a proper perspective," says an education expert. He pointed out that the homework load has been pretty stable for 20 to 30 years.
“The refuge of home can be a lifeline, sometimes meaning the difference between barely getting by and falling over the edge into poverty,” one author wrote of the "Peter Pan" generation.
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