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Kids and Laughing Teachers Bullied Suicide Teen
The suicide of a 13-year-old boy in southern Japan after classmates systematically bullied him - even making him "practice" suicide - while teachers ignored the abuse or laughed has prompted soul-searching among educators across the country. One of the boy's last acts was to text his tormentors and leave voice mails for them to say, "I'm going to die."
Obama Bus Rolls Across Ohio With Presidential Seal
(Credit: Michael Reynolds/EPA) It's been dubbed "Ground Force One" and now has the official insignia to match its partner in the air. The jet-black armored motor coach ferrying President Obama from Air Force One in Toledo, across northern Ohio and into Pennsylvania, got an upgrade for its first trip of the 2012 campaign: a large colorful presidential seal emblazoned on its side.
6 Things to Watch on President Obama's Bus Tour
As President Obama hits the road for his first campaign bus tour of the 2012 election season, here are five things to watch that could make this a noteworthy two-day, two-state trip: 1. MESSAGE: OBAMA, A BETTING MAN Claiming anyone running for president, much less Mitt Romney, is "betting against America" might seem far-fetched.
New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte To Join Romney In New Hampshire On July 4
ABC News' Michael Falcone reports: New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte plans to march with Mitt Romney in Wednesday's Fourth Of July parade in Wolfeboro, N.H., GOP sources tell ABC News. Ayotte will be the first vice presidential short-lister to appear publicly with the presumptive Republican nominee during his week-long vacation at his Lake Winnipesaukee retreat.
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Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and wife Ann Romney ride a jet ski on Lake Winnipesaukee in Wolfeboro, N.H., Monday, July 2, 2012, where Romney has a vacation home. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
Armando Montano, AP Intern, Dies in Mexico City
Armando Montano, an aspiring journalist who was working this summer as a news intern for The Associated Press in the Mexican capital, was found dead early Saturday. He was 22 years old. Montano's body was found in the elevator shaft of an apartment building near where he was living in the capital's Condesa neighborhood.
Alec Baldwin Fights with Another Photographer
Alec Baldwin cursed out another photographer this morning, but this time, he may have had good reason. The "30 Rock" actor unleashed on a photographer who was blocking the entrance to his apartment building, yelling, "I want you to shut the f**k up and get out of here. Leave my neighbor alone."
'Invisible War' Exposes Rape in the Military
It was not a story she liked to tell. At 19, Kori Cioca had joined the Coast Guard, and after completing basic training, she said, "I had never felt so proud of myself. I was ready for anything they could throw at me. "But I didn't think rape was going to be one of them."
Tokyo zoo panda shows signs of pregnancy | Kyodo News
A female giant panda at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo has showed signs of pregnancy, a zoo official said Tuesday, spurring hopes that the zoo might see its first cub since 1988. If the male panda Ri Ri and female panda Shin Shin produce a baby, it will be the first time the oldest zoo in Japan, established in 1882, has succeeded in natural breeding of pandas.