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Girls are facing the brunt of a rise in online bullying:
Why it matters: Well-meaning parents and educators are left to effectively play whack-a-mole.
The big picture: A generation of kids is growing up not knowing life without the social pressure and power that comes with online social networks, notes Axios' Stef Kight.
Between the lines: These online platforms make it easier than ever to bully each other and it also allows you to do it anonymously so you can be mean and hurt people without the "uncool" look of being a bully, Axios' Juliet Bartz tells me.
The bottom line: The pressures long faced by teen girls — from the clothes you wear at school to who you hang with— are now on a bigger stage, Axios' Kia Kokalitcheva told me.
Go deeper: Devices dominate teenagers' social lives
A cat disrupts play in the second half between Tigres UANL and Real Salt Lake during their Leagues Cup game at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah.
"Last year, about [National Park Service] 1,800 rangers reported making more than 25,000 speeding stops," USA Today reports.
Why it matters: "Some of America's most iconic animals ... are in danger every day from an unexpected angle: tourists crashing into them while sightseeing in national parks."