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Hundreds of people gather on March 23 on the main public square in Toulouse, France, to pay homage to the seven victims of self-proclaimed al-Qaida militant Mohamed Merah. Eric Cabanis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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French Killings Spark National Soul-Searching

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Alyssa Rodemeyer, 16, talks about her younger brother Jamey at an anti-bullying rally in San Francisco. Jamey committed suicide in September 2011 after being bullied. More schools are looking for ways to combat bullying among students. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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In Bullying Programs, A Call For Bystanders To Act

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Black Friday shoppers wait in line outside Best Buy on Nov. 26, 2010, in Fort Worth, Texas. Best Buy will shut down 50 of its large stores while testing new stores that are 20 percent smaller. Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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Best Buy Rethinks The Big-Box Model

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Environmental groups say a ban would protect consumers from the health effects of BPA that leaches from products including some soup cans. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Feds Reject Petition To Ban BPA In Food

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Senior guard Darius Miller of Kentucky shoots during the Wildcats' win over Baylor in the South Regional final. Kentucky, the NCAA Tournament's No. 1 seed, faces rival Louisville in the Final Four Saturday. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images hide caption

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In Saturday's Final Four, Expect A Kentucky Showdown And Lots Of Emotion

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Myanmar opposition figure Aung San Suu Kyi speaks to supporters on Saturday. Voting in parliamentary elections this Sunday is considered a test of the political reforms that Myanmar's rulers have introduced over the past year. Khin Maung Win/AP hide caption

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Myanmar's Election Seen As A Test Of Reforms

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James Cameron's 1997 epic Titanic is being rereleased in 3-D. Paramount Pictures/AP hide caption

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James Cameron: Diving Deep, Dredging Up Titanic

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