Two Top Gadhafi Advisers Defect; Young Japanese Begin Careers

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Libyan anti-Kadhafi fighters stand guard on a desert road some 30 kilometers before the eastern town of Brega on March 31, 2011.
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Rumors are flying in Tripoli about the future of the Gadhafi regime after two high-level defections yesterday; how a national tragedy is impacting April 1, the day young Japanese traditionally begin their careers; how a gender gap will play out as India out-paces China as the most populous country in the world; the State Department's new smart phone tool to help pro-democracy movements; answering your questions about paying for college; and, the cast and filmmakers behind the new documentary "Wretches and Jabberers" on how they hope to change the way the world sees autism and disability.