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1 The Death of the SUV and the Wisconsin City That Will Deal With the Repercussions
2 Putting 'enhanced' beverages to the test
3 Specialty drinks target niche markets
4 Energy drinks tempting, risky for tired teens
5 Caffeine: How do we know the limit?
6 Rare Sea Dragon Is Pregnant
7 Telescope Begins Hunt for Gamma Rays
8 Sunken Wreck of Famed Warship Found
9 Mars lander probes first microscope sample
10 Flooding from a weather rut of clashing air masses
11 Scientists: 115-year-old's brain worked perfectly
12 Scientists Find Monkeys Who Can Fish
13 Potential new weapon against TB: free cell minutes
14 FDA: Florida, Mexico suspects in tomato outbreak
15 FDA issues precautionary note on silver fillings
16 2,350-Year-Old Wine Vases Recovered
17 5 Symptoms Men Shouldn't Ignore
18 Tomato Salmonella Cases on the Rise
19 Are Vinyl Shower Curtains Toxic?
20 Marijuana Potency Hits 30-Year High
21 Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Hacks Kathy Griffin's iPhone--on TV
22 New Traffic Monitoring System to Combat Congestion along I-95
23 iPhone 3G: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know (But Were Afraid to Ask)
24 US Life Expectancy Lags Behind Others
25 Bone unveil theory of continental drift
26 Colorado fire threatens historic Indian sites
27 Researcher Finds Bibles' Subtext in Design and Fonts
28 In photos: 'Jordan Archeology--'oldest' Christian church in the world'
29 Mexican archaeologists unearth ruins of Aztec palace
30 'Cursus' Is Older Than Stonehenge: Archeologists Step Closer To Solving Ancient Monument Riddle
31 Trying to solve the long-term nuclear waste storage problem
32 MySpace eying Facebook in rearview mirror with big redesign
33 EFF, others fighting privacy-invading border laptop searches
34 Third time's the charm? RIAA tries end run around old case
35 UK police nicked by copyright cop for playing radio too loud
36 AT&T: termination fees ultimately a great deal for consumers
37 Microsoft-Yahoo! deal really, seriously dead this time
38 Study: consumers lust after high-speed broadband, not HDTV
39 China plays dumb on charges of hacking congressional PCs
40 Judge: record labels can't stop sale of promotional CDs
41 RIAA doubles settlement cost for students fighting subpoenas
42 Apple putting PA Semi talent to work on iPhone chip
43 Starbucks quickly settles T-Mobile WiFi transition lawsuit
44 RIAA suddenly walks away from old, contested P2P case
45 The bad oil on ethanol
46 Vaccine to protect some devils from tumour
47 Department of Defence kangaroo cull ends with 500 dead
48 Success in hair raising trials
49 Relief as space station loo is fixed
50 Japan to try for massive whale kill
51 Chlorine link to defects verified
52 Cloning for stem cells 'redundant'
53 Next steps to clean power
54 Brain breakthrough brings hope for treatment
55 Call for joint effort to develop clean coal
56 Scientists test potential of artificial stem cells
57 Better than caviar, it's a baby beluga
58 Australian dinosaur matches South American raptor
59 Monkey cells used for bird flu vaccine
60 Martian mission gets down and dirty
61 Chinese mark death of panda Mao Mao
62 Africa images show four decades of damage
63 Arm bone connects Aussie dinosaur to Argentina
64 Society hard-wired for a fall
65 Virgin Media cable says that the record industry is in charge of your router configuration
66 Interview with Joseph Rykwert, architectural historian
67 Judge Alex Kozinski's porn stash
68 Doctored photo [from Getty runs] in Washington Post
69 With the Chemex, even a moron can make good coffee.
70 Seizures caused by music
71 Cape is again abuzz
72 Museum of Science trims 10% of its 400 staffers
73 Blue bloods
74 Robotic arm of Mars spacecraft leaves 'footprint'
75 Explorers find 1780 British warship in Lake Ontario
76 Scientists: 115-year-old's brain worked perfectly
77 Johns Hopkins raps AP story on lead experiment
78 Sony developing new photo light sensor
79 Silicone chipmaker fights for patent rights, IPO
80 Robo-fish may monitor future oil spills
81 Military supercomputer sets record
82 Rare male sea dragon pregnant
83 Cell phone speakers complement music handsets
84 Retailers giving vinyl records another spin
85 Toyota vows plug-in hybrid by 2010
86 Ex-planet gets namesakes
87 Phoenix lander shakes its way to success
88 Government unveils world's fastest computer
89 Burning down the house
90 A walk through the treetops
91 Bloggers learn to avoid lawsuits
92 Dino bone betrays southern links
93 After shakin,' Phoenix ready to bake
94 A new look at exotic cosmology phenomena
95 Sex secrets of a prehistoric marsupial
96 Attention deficit disorder aided early humans
97 Chinese devise quake prediction methods
98 Nature-inspired robots swim, crawl, and scuttle like animals
99 Alaska's 'golden goose' is a fish
100 Senate blocks Big Oil windfall profits tax bill
101 Arctic sea ice melting faster than expected
102 With new telescope, a fresh view of the cosmos
103 Empty oceans, Part 1: Endless no more
104 Nowhere to hide: The onslaught of fishing technology
105 No More Cavities?
106 Reuters, some others: Yet another supernova goes off in public, media don't make the connection.
107 AP, etc: Feds warn some to avoid amalgam dental fillings. It's the mercury.
108 (UPDATED*) The Age: World's oldest woman leaves body to science. Her brain is 115 and not a hint of Alzheimers
109 Feds Scrape Together $30M for Plug-In Hybrids. That's All?
110 Christian Theologians Prepare for Extraterrestrial Life
111 Lawyer: RIAA Gets Sleazy in Disputed Downloading Lawsuit
112 Do Fear the Reaper: Readers Visualize Death Data
113 Satellites Document War, Destruction From Outer Space
114 Google grows stronger in Microsoft-Yahoo fallout
115 IBM's Drumming Car Reads Your Lips. Seriously
116 Extension Developers Race to Support Firefox 3
117 Planet Ark: Mosquito-Eating Fish Thrive in Foreclosed US Pools
118 Shuttle Discovery crew glad to be back on ground
119 APNewsBreak: Companies get OK to annoy polar bears
120 New Canadian Dinosaur Largely Mysterious
121 Madagascar signs conservation deal with France: WWF
122 US bishops reject embryonic stem cell research
123 US wants biotech to help solve global food crisis
124 HPV Vaccine for Boys? It Just Might Happen
125 NY court grants 3 women new chance to stay in US
126 Cuba approves free sex-change operations
127 Omega-3 Foods May Lower Eye Disease Risk
128 New Class of Drugs May Fight Alzheimer's
129 Pancreatic Cancer Biomarkers Found
130 FDA issues precautionary note on silver fillings
131 Scientists: 115-year-old's brain worked perfectly