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The LouseBuster uses heated air to dry lice out and kill them, along with their eggs. Courtesy of LouseBuster hide caption

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The Key To Keeping Lice At Bay? A Lot Of Hot Air

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Students at Garfield Elementary School eat dinner as part of an after-school program in Kansas City, Mo. In the past few years, a federally subsidized school dinner program has spread from six to all 50 states. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Now On The Menu For Hungry Kids: Supper At School

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A group of young Portuguese protest at Lisbon's Rossio square last month to vent their frustration at grim career prospects amid an acute economic crisis that shows no signs of abating. Armando Franca/AP hide caption

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Lack Of Graduates Hampers Portugal's Recovery

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Andreas Derleth of New Zealand was named Mr. Gay World 2012 on Sunday in Johannesburg. It marked the first time the competition was held in Africa, where being gay is a crime in many countries on the continent. Denis Farrell/AP hide caption

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For The First Time, Mr. Gay World Crowned In Africa

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Bubba Watson hitting the hook that effectively won the Masters Tournament. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's How And Why Bubba Watson Hit The Shot That Won The Masters

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Vieux Farka Toure (left) and Idan Raichel, collaborating as The Toure-Raichel Collective, released The Tel-Aviv Session on March 26. Nitzan Treystman hide caption

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The Toure-Raichel Collective: A Collaboration By Accident

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Omar Suleiman (right), who was intelligence chief and vice president under former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, leaves the presidential elections committee headquarters in Cairo on April 7, after submitting his candidacy papers. Khaled Elfiqi/EPA /Landov hide caption

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Is The Old Regime Seeking A Comeback In Egypt?

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Raka Dun (left) and Raka Rich of the Oakland, Calif., duo Los Rakas. Laura Sydell via Instagram/NPR hide caption

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How To Succeed In The Music Business (By Trying Really, Really Hard)

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