Trump uses the bully pulpit like no president before him.
New research sheds light on which children have greater access to guns and are most likely to use them. The results are alarming.
In 2007, 65 percent of lesbian, gay and bisexual students said they'd been bullied. This year, 45 percent did.
Bullying remains one of the most common reasons why children contact the U.K. helpline.
Two-thirds of young people polled said they've experience bullying firsthand.
Those picked on as kids are twice as lucky to be depressed at age 18.
Bullies are better off than their peers in terms of physical and emotional health, a new study claims, and the effects last well into adulthood.
Only the “top five percent of the school’s social strata” are free from bullies