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Officials say major threat to London Olympics yet to materialize

LONDON (Reuters) - Last December, a purported Islamic fighter called Amir Ghrozni posted a cryptic message on a password-protected website connected to al Qaeda.London, perhaps the punishment is near,

New Gentile study on media violence and kids could have applications on school bullying – News Service – Iowa State University

The April suicide of 14-year-old Kenneth Weishuhn Jr. -- a South O'Brien High School (Paulina, Iowa) student who was reportedly teased and bullied by classmates -- had Iowa lawmakers questioning the effectiveness of the state's five-year-old anti-bullying law. School officials can't always identify the bullies until it's too late.

Teachers’ Unions Give To Outside Causes, Political Campaigns

The country’s two largest teachers' unions -- the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers -- spent a combined $330 million in the past five years on outside causes, political campaigns, lobbying and issue education, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Indonesian House Passes Higher Education Bill

The government and the House of Representatives heralded a new era of greater access to university education with the passage on Friday of the bill on higher education, but students across the country greeted the new legislation with protests.