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Littwin: The president who loves to wrap himself in the flag...

Donald Trump blinked. It’s not the first time, nor will it be the last. He blinked because he’s a bully, and bullies, we were told...

Colorado lawmakers say yes to anti-bullying policies but no to suicide...

It was the suicide late last year of 10-year-old Ashawnty Davis that prompted state Sen. Rhonda Fields to call on state education officials to...

#Coleg notebook: Can we move and eat while we drink, now,...

Roaming while sipping, sipping while roaming If you have been to the Source in Denver, you will have noted the awkward chalk line scrawled around...

An emotional cyberbully debate; veterans’ business bill goes to Gov; money...

Notes from the General Assembly's 64th day in the 2014 legislative session.

Cyberbullied Rep. Fields moves prevention bill; Lyft-Uber bill advances; alternative medicine...

After receiving online hate, Rep. Fields carries popular anti-cyberbullying bill through House  Today a bill to make cyberbullying a misdemeanor got its first round of approval from...

Newly bipartisan rights commission to hear testimony on bullying

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is scheduled to hold a briefing today on bullying and “peer-to-peer” violence in K-12 public schools. Specifically, the commission will concentrate on students targeted due to their race, national origin, religion, disability, gender or LGBT status and on what the appropriate federal response should be going forward, with a focus on student needs, programs and the enforcement efforts of the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice.