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Yemeni protesters shout slogans during a demonstration in the Radfan district of Lahj in southern Yemen on Dec. 24, 2009, against a government raid that targeted suspected al-Qaida members. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Yemenis Wary Of U.S. Aid To Fight Terrorism

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The fossil finger was found in a cave in the Altai Mountains of Siberia. Whoever that finger belonged to was neither human, like us, nor Neanderthal, the only other member of the human line known to be living in Europe at the time. Courtesy of Bence Viola hide caption

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Fossilized Pinky May Point To New Human Relative

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Jay Kulkarni and his lunch mates at Urbana Middle School near Frederick, Md., all say they have been bullied. But they are learning how to fight back — by not fighting back. Instead, their school tries to address the culture of bullying and teaches kids how to deal with the problem. Larry Abramson/NPR hide caption

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Hit Back At Bullies? Not At This School

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Cars for sale at a Toyota dealership in Torrance, Calif. The automaker faces 89 class-action lawsuits related to its safety recall of millions of cars. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Lawyers Jostle To Lead Charge Against Toyota

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Greek taxi drivers shout slogans during a protest against proposed tax reforms in Athens, March 18, 2010. Greece's government has pledged to force all Greeks to declare their full income, which includes measures that would force taxi drivers to issue receipts. hide caption

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Greece's Bottom Line: Too Many Tax Cheats

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