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1 Divers find Caesar bust that may date to 46 B.C.
2 Israel Museum puts Dead Sea scroll on rare display
3 Britain releases batch of files on UFO sightings
4 Sloths are Not Total Sloths
5 Vatican scientist says OK to believe in aliens and God
6 NASA Rolls Out Space Shuttle Tires for Loan
7 Microsoft site offers top telescope imagery of cosmos
8 NASA probe closing in on Mars, but will it land?
9 Canadian zoo investigates puzzling stingray deaths
10 China's panda preserves reported safe
11 Setback for Sarkozy as parliament throws out GM bill
12 Gene therapy shows promise in rare brain disease
13 US wants to boost Trinidad energy ties
14 Congress urges Bush to halt oil reserve shipments
15 Norway island stores wind power for still days
16 Sweet sorghum, clean miracle crop for feed and fuel
17 Exercise may protect girls from future breast cancer
18 Viagra May Protect Hearts of Some Muscular Dystrophy Patients
19 Nagging via text messages to help teens remember meds
20 Chinese drugs seen driving down generic prices
21 Study: Older brains don't benefit from painkillers
22 Black Rectal Cancer Patients Less Likely to Get Chemo, Radiation
23 Familial Breast Cancer Risk Lasts a Lifetime for Sisters
24 More than 2 million U.S. youths depressed: study
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26 Sitting too long may be dangerous for young infants
27 Researchers find smoking-lung cancer culprit
28 Get Used to It--Sky-High Oil Prices Are Here to Stay
29 New Mars Lander Looks for Water, Old Signs of Life
30 Fisker's Still Testing Its $80K Hybrid But Already Considering a Sequel
31 Five IRS Employees Charged With Snooping on Tax Returns
32 Internet TV Will Let You be a Couch Potato in Traffic
33 Craigslist Files Countersuit Against eBay
34 Air Force Aims for 'Full Control' of 'Any and All' Computers
35 International Hackers Indicted for Sniffing Credit Cards from Dave & Buster's
36 DOE Report: Wind Could Power 20 Percent of US Grid by 2030
37 Analysts: New International Deals Mean Apple Will Exceed Its 10M iPhone Goal
38 Reactive Revolution: 'Catastrophic' Missiles, Next-Gen. Air Defense
39 Divers find Caesar bust that may date to 46 B.C.
40 Google Maps Adds Wikipedia Entries, Geo-Tagged Photos
41 Chess, psychoanalysis, evolutionary psychology and the nature of pseudoscience
42 First use of DNA fingerprinting to identify viable embryos
43 U.K. releases batch UFO sightings files
44 How Green is My Driving?
45 Scientists closer to preventing diabetes
46 U.S.: Wind could meet 20% of electricity needs
47 HBO Comes to iTunes as Apple Caves on Pricing
48 Teen Exercise Protects Against Breast Cancer
49 Arsenic used to fight warrior cancer cells
50 East Bay School Reopens School After Whooping Cough Outbreak
51 Study: Older Brains Don't Benefit From Painkillers
52 Cigarette machines to tell age by wrinkles
53 US begins aid flights to Myanmar cyclone victims
54 JetBlue Sued for Downgrading Passenger from Coach to Toilet
55 Police: Drunk tuxedo-clad man took mower for ride
56 Paging Dr. Jones: Crystal skull stolen
57 Charges: Man Assaulted Iowa Officer With M&Ms
58 Woman, children live with dead woman on toilet for two months
59 Driver gets in wreck, sees his home catch fire, gets ticket
60 Low tech best in China, Burma disasters
61 Top telescopes share images online
62 Olympian effort to track Games rain
63 MySpace Wins $230 Million Spam Judgment
64 'Peel and Stick' Tasers Electrify Riot Control
65 How the Brain Detects the Emotions of Others
66 New Everest Doc Goes Beyond 'Into Thin Air'
67 'Indiana Jones': Real Archaeologists Don't Have Whips
68 EarthLink to Pull the Plug on Wi-Fi in Philadelphia
69 DNA Fingerprinting Could ID Viable Embryos
70 More Americans Are Taking Prescription Medications
71 Anonymous Rape Tests Are Going Nationwide
72 Researchers pin hopes on 2009 budget
73 Europe could get manned spaceship
74 Mars probe set for risky descent
75 In pictures: The UFO files
76 MySpace wins bumper spam payout
77 Dr. Who fan in knitted puppet row
78 Identity fraud hits net telephony
79 UK software piracy rate declines
80 Hi-tech tool spots child drinkers
81 Staying safe and taking risks
82 Solving the web's image problem
83 New fuels will expand phone cover
84 Duchess 'plans UK fat campaign'
85 Music 'can enhance wine taste'
86 'I just want to protect him'
87 Smart Car Is Safe, Too, Study Says
88 House Of Yahweh: A Darker Sect Than FLDS
89 Fedora 9--an OS that even the Linux challenged can love
90 Google opens geographic search interface
91 New Cyclone Forming Off Myanmar Coast
92 The Preacher's Wife
93 Spammers, Watch Out! MySpace Granted $230M In Anti-Spam Lawsuit
94 MySpace Awarded $230 Million Anti-Spam Judgment
95 Apple's HBO deal signals shift in iTunes pricing
96 Favored Status: iTunes Gives HBO Variable-Pricing Deal
97 How NASA's Phoenix Will Land on Mars
98 New Lander To Reach Mars In Search of Indirect Proof Of Life
99 Mars exploration mission on schedule for landing
100 AMD tries to hack its way back to the black with job cuts
101 Sales Of Office For Mac Highest In Nearly 20 Years
102 Apple to Take IPhone Nonexclusive in Australia and India
103 Steve Jobs Will Present WWDC 2008 Keynote
104 Steve Jobes Likely To Unveil New iPhone At WWDC Keynote
105 Apple Announces Keynote During WWDC. Are We Talking 3G iPhone?
106 Powerset Launches Showcase For User Search Experience
107 Powerset previews search engine seen as threat to Google, Yahoo
108 Microsoft's New Math on SMB Servers
109 Preview, Pricing For Windows Essential Server Solutions Unveiled
110 Microsoft Reveals SMB Software Pricing, Previews
111 Microsoft puts blind faith in schools
112 British Agency Shows Concern Over Microsoft's Interoperability
113 The UK Has Little Love For Microsoft Office
114 Europeans warm up to high speed Broadband, says EC
115 Brits Want Microsoft Office 2007 Expelled From Classrooms
116 European Commission pressured to pull Microsoft Office from UK schools
117 Britain complains to EU about Microsoft file system
118 EU Won't Seek New Antitrust Complaint Against Microsoft
119 No off switch: "Hyperconnectivity" on the rise
120 IDC Study Focuses On Impact of Hyperconnected Users on the Enterprise
121 16% of workers across the world are 'Hyperconnected'
122 Creative Introduces New Budget Video Camera
123 Creative launches its Vado pocket 'camcorder'
124 Creative Announces $99 Videocamera
125 The Wii Fit
126 Nokia's Maps 2.0 Makes Vacation Planning a Lot Easier
127 Nokia Plans Improved Map Service For Ovi
128 Dell Shifting Gaming PCs to Alienware Brand
129 Dell Tries to Revive Its Game PCs
130 Child-killing virus hits Beijing
131 China Confirms Two Child Virus Deaths In Beijing
132 Scientists Use DNA Fingerprinting to Identify Viable IVF Embryos
133 Is mammogram alone enough for most women?
134 Mammogram With Ultrasound Improved Detection of Cancers
135 Ultrasounds help find breast cancer--and harmless spots
136 Gene Therapy Found to Slow Progression of Fatal Brain Condition
137 14 more people implicated in UCLA medical records snooping
138 Death Gap Widens Between Educated and Those Not
139 Forest-fire management 'raises carbon emissions'
140 Spot the spacecraft
141 Re-wired for sight and sound
142 Australian budget tackles environment concerns
143 Gamers teach search engines how to see
144 Grass's secret weapon is a bellyache for rodents
145 Living bandage heals damaged organs
146 UK releases classified UFO files
147 Wild sloths are no sleepyheads after all
148 Commencement 2008: Student Innovation Could Improve Data Storage, Magnetic Sensors
149 Mouse Aging Study: It's Better to Go Hungry than Go Running
150 Emergency Links: Researchers Identify 'Sweet Spot' for Radios in Tunnels
151 Scientists Use Lasers to Align Molecules
152 Student Invents Alternative to Silicon Chip
153 Nanowires may boost solar cell efficiency, engineers say
154 A Smarter Way to Grow Graphene
155 Monarch butterflies help explain why parasites harm hosts
156 Student Innovation Could Improve Data Storage, Magnetic Sensors
157 Britain releases batch of files on UFO sightings
158 World's smallest helicopter to fly in da Vinci birthplace
159 Japanese swimsuit makers race Speedo
160 MySpace wins $230 million anti-spam judgment
161 EU gives green light to TomTom takeover of Tele Atlas
162 Held together by metal-metal bonds: a large ring containing 36 gold atoms
163 Rensselaer student invents alternative to silicon chip
164 Shrimps see beyond the rainbow
165 First electrophysical recording of sleep in a wild animal
166 New insights into the dynamics of the brain's cortex
167 Recipe for energy saving unravelled in migratory birds
168 Firearms Microstamping Feasible but Variable, Study Finds
169 Solar Lily Pads Gently Floating And Gathering Energy on the River Clyde
170 Britain complains to EU about Microsoft file system
171 Scientists discover small RNAs that regulate gene expression and protect the genome
172 Researchers pinpoint how smoking causes cancer
173 Fecal microorganisms inhabit sandy beaches of Florida
174 Mayo Clinic study shows acupuncture and myofascial trigger therapy treat same pain areas
175 Researchers find link between psychological stress and overeating
176 Research shines spotlight on a key player in the dance of chromosomes
177 Argonne scientists use lasers to align molecules
178 Russia, Europe ink deal on new manned spacecraft
179 Scientists aim to unlock deep-sea 'secrets' of Earth's crust
180 NASA Phoenix Mission Ready For Mars Landing
181 New Analysis Shows Important Slowdown in Lake Tahoe Clarity Loss
182 NASA's GLAST gets shades, blankets for the beach
183 Satellite communications by laser
184 A molecular thermometer for the distant universe
185 Study says Chinese air quality standards not yet met
186 Verizon Wireless to introduce Linux phones
187 Designing bug perception into robots
188 3 in 10 get all or most calls on cell phones
189 Gaining Independence Through Video Games
190 Smart fortwo micro car receives top crash scores
191 Craigslist countersues eBay, saying it broke antitrust laws
192 DNA fingerprinting simplified
193 EarthLink to pull the plug on Wi-Fi in Philadelphia
194 Leveling the gaming field
195 Apple now sells HBO shows on iTunes store
196 Small bioelectricity plants dirtier than large ones, says study
197 What to do on the Web When the Economy Goes South? Web of Misery Holds the Answer
198 Deep sea methane scavengers captured
199 Taking on Britain's 'sick note culture'
200 Sticky gecko feet: The role of temperature and humidity
201 Divers find Caesar bust that may date to 46 B.C.
202 Mouse study: When it comes to living longer, it's better to go hungry than go running
203 Israel Museum puts Dead Sea scroll on rare display
204 Archaeologist uses satellite imagery to explore ancient Mexico
205 Introducing 'Orange Bulldog'
206 China's panda preserves reported safe
207 Establishing faster-growing, durable football fields
208 Girls, young women can cut risk of early breast cancer through regular exercise
209 Families Shed Light on Likely Causative Gene for Alzheimer's
210 Treating safety research like other clinical studies slows progress
211 Middle class relaxing with marijuana
212 Female sex offenders often have mental problems
213 Study shows that prostate cancer increases the risk of bone fracture
214 Research sheds new light on heroin addiction
215 Innovative antennae may signal a 'new wave' in health care provision
216 Discovery of cell linked to learning and memory
217 Study says death gap increasing in US
218 Molecular 'clock' could predict risk for developing breast cancer
219 First use of DNA fingerprinting to identify viable embryos
220 Government to unveil fitness test for adults
221 Study: Over half of Americans on chronic medicines
222 Tooth loss strongly linked to risk of esophageal, head and neck, and lung cancer
223 Neglected tropical diseases rarely make the headlines
224 Genetic variation linked to sugary food
225 Vitamin D protects cells from stress that can lead to cancer
226 Chemical compound prevents cancer in lab
227 National study examines health risks of coarse particle pollution
228 Adding ultrasound to mammography may improve breast cancer detection in high-risk women
229 Adding ultrasound screening to mammography brings benefits, risks
230 Children more likely to use fruit tuck shops when schools ban unhealthy snacks
231 Biochips Can Detect Cancers Before Symptoms Develop
232 NASA Phoenix Mission Ready For Mars Landing
233 Archaeologist Uses Satellite Imagery To Explore Ancient Mexico
234 Psychological Stress Linked To Overeating, Monkey Study Shows
235 Designing Bug Perception Into Robots
236 Alternative To Silicon Chip Invented By Student
237 'Shaquille O'Neal' Of Bacteria Big Enough To See With Naked Eye
238 A Molecular Thermometer For The Distant Universe
239 Seeing Alzheimer's Amyloids With Electron Microscopy For First Time
240 Researchers Pinpoint How Smoking Causes Cancer
241 Astronaut Health On Moon May Depend On Good Dusting
242 Some Kids Benefit More From Asthma Drug
243 New Clues To How Proteins Dissolve And Crystallize
244 Establishing Faster-growing, Durable Football Fields
245 Novel Mechanisms Controlling Insulin Release And Fat Deposition Discovered
246 Patients' Expectation Of Getting Better Is Crucial In Recovery From Whiplash
247 Depression And Anger Can Plague Recent University Graduates
248 Exercising In The City? Don't Get Exhaust-ed; Take It Inside
249 New Understanding Of Pain Sensitivity: Heat Sensing Regulator Identified
250 Traffic Woes? New Method Allows Traffic Optimization Over Large Geographic Areas
251 Soldered Lenses In Optical Devices Avoid Problems With Adhesives
252 Intel exec vouches for Atom-based Apple Newton tablet--report
253 AT&T now limiting iPhone sales to one, requiring credit card
254 AT&T to boost 3G speeds more than fivefold by 2009
255 Swiss iPhone announcement raises eyebrows given rumors
256 Safari private browsing not private
257 AT&T 3G is faster
258 Make that three new ads
259 PsyStar tweaks offerings
260 Apple among 'gay-friendliest' brands
261 Microsoft trumpets Office sales
262 Apple: WWDC 2008 is sold out
263 Apple's infinite loop: Apple TV 'unable to check for downloads' dead end [UPDATED]
264 UBS downgrades beleaguered Palm to 'Sell'
265 AT&T limits Apple iPhone purchases to one per customer
266 Did Apple plan current iPhone shortage?
267 First Look: OpenOffice 3 Beta
268 CW: Nine Apps to Tweak the Look of Leopard
269 WWDC "Sold Out" For First Time
270 iSobre Unveils MacBook Air Envelope-style Sleeve
271 The iPhone needs a faster better Safari
272 MS: 40 Percent of Smartphone Market by 2012
273 iPO Quick Tip--iPhone: Backing Up the Important Stuff
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