Debating Invention in Yemen and Beyond, As Egypt Postpones Elections

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Yemeni women join some 2000 protesters in the capital Sanaa, on February 13, 2011, calling for the resignation of President Ali Abdallah Saleh, in power for 32 years.
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Yemen reels from unrest and crackdowns; Egypt's military postpones elections to allow opposition groups to mobilize; Congress votes to kill housing initiative and braces for a government shutdown in the face of no common ground between Democrats and Republicans; Japan's aftershock epidemic; General Electric and The New York Times spar over tax story; world leaders debate arming Libyan rebels; and looking at whether historically black colleges and universities are still a good bet for a higher education.