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It looks like bullying extends further than grade school. Miami Dolphins player Richie Incognito has been suspended indefinitely after reports of constant bullying and abuse towards his teammate Jonathan Martin and other rookie players. According to the Miami Herald, Incognito and other players forced new recruits to pay for lavish meals, some totaled up to $30,000 dollars, and trips to Vegas. While Incognito denies the claims, Dolphins captain Joe Philbin is more focused on Martin’s well being. Read more here. [Daily Mail]

In a piece for The Huffington Post, President Obama urges voters to support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Obama wants Congress to pass the law that will protect LGBT workers against getting fired based on their sexual orientation. “It’s offensive. It’s wrong. And it needs to stop, because in the United States of America, who you are and who you love should never be a fireable offense,” says the President. Read more about the act here. [Huffington Post]

An NYU student was found injured between two buildings after friends were worried when he went missing for a few days. Asher Vongtau was last seen leaving his dorm after a false fire drill when he fell ten stories between the parking garage and an NYU dorm on Saturday. The 19-year-old is currently in Bellevue hospital, where he is believed to be in critical condition. [Daily Mail]