Jeremiah Lasater committed suicide in high school after years of bullying. He played for the Vasquez High football team in Acton, Calif. Courtesy of Vasquez High School hide caption

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When Jeremiah Couldn't Take More Bullying, He Took His Life

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Violence Abroad Threatens Students, As Do Guns At U.S. Schools

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Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Megan McArdle face off against Jonathan Chait and Dr. Douglas Kamerow over the Affordable Care Act in a debate moderated by John Donvan in January. Samuel LaHoz/Intelligence Squared US hide caption

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