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Student suspended after she takes photo of school's dirty water

By Rolando Zenteno, CNN

(CNN) When Hazel Juco noticed the water in her high school restroom looked like urine, she snapped a photo and posted it on Facebook and Twitter.

The next day, the senior at John Glenn High School in Westland, Michigan, was suspended.

"I was called to the office and told by one of the assistant principals that an administrator found a photo of the girl's bathroom on social media and that I'd be issued a three-day out-of-school suspension for 'inappropriate use of electronics,'" Hazel told CNN.

The school, like many around the nation, has a rule that prohibits the use of cell phones inside restrooms to respect the privacy of others.

But parents and students were outraged. They thought the school ought to be more concerned about the water than the phone rule.

In response, dozens of students posted pictures taken of themselves in the school bathroom.
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FBI Employee Arrested for Allegedly Acting as Secret Chinese Agent

By Mike Levine ABCNews An FBI employee has been arrested in New York for allegedly lying about secret work for Chinese businessmen and government officials, according to charging documents.
Kun Shan "Joey" Chun pleaded guilty in federal court today to one count of illegally acting as an agent of a foreign government. He had been working for the FBI's New York field office as an electronics technician since 1997. He was quietly arrested in March after his own office sent an undercover agent to meet with him and record their conversations, according to the charging documents. Since at least 2006, according to the FBI, Chun and some of his family members maintained close ties with at least one person he "understood to be affiliated with the Chinese government" and multiple businessmen tied to Kolion, a manufacturer of printer products in China. These associates demanded Chun advise them on technology matters and conduct research for them, in exchange for regular pa…

US teens often forced to trade sex work for food, study finds

By Reuters

Teenagers in America are resorting to sex work because they cannot afford food, according to a study that suggests widespread hunger in the world’s wealthiest country.

Focus groups in all 10 communities analyzed by the Urban Institute, a Washington-based think-tank, described girls “selling their body” or “sex for money” as a strategy to make ends meet. Boys desperate for food were said to go to extremes such as shoplifting and selling drugs.

The findings raise questions over the legacy of Bill Clinton’s landmark welfare-reform legislation 20 years ago as well as the spending priorities of Congress and the impact of slow wage growth. Evidence of teenage girls turning to “transactional dating” with older men is likely to cause particular alarm.

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