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1 FCC Chairman Recommends Sirius-XM Approval
2 Cars of Tomorrow May Help Us Kick Oil Habit
3 Obama Seen Beating McCain in Web War
4 Science of Mentos-Diet Coke Explosions Explained
5 Christian Theologians Prepare for Extraterrestrial Life
6 Oregon Health Authorities Investigating 'River Nose'
7 Cosmetic Surgery Booming in Britain, Study Finds
8 Outdoor smoking affects children indoors
9 Scientists to mimic earth's spinning core
10 New hydrogen engine no quick fix
11 Phoenix diary: Mission to Mars
12 Maritime 'treasure trove' raised
13 Honda makes first hydrogen cars
14 Shuttle lands despite losing clip
15 Blogger arrests hit record high
16 Family in battle over web address
17 'Hunger hormone' depression link
18 Study cracks amoeba attack tactic
19 Media doctor admits to plagiarism [cf. 25]
20 Research into new medical lasers
21 Regulate unorthodox therapy call
22 Child placebo pill is criticised
23 Too little too late for Burma
24 The United States of Advertising
25 Profile: Dr. Raj Persaud [cf. 19]
26 Endangered Parrot's New Fight: Cancer
27 A Beneficiary Of High Gas Prices: Segways
28 Finding ARPANET: The First (Physical) Site of the Internet
29 Samsung's Instinct Doesn't Ring True As an iPhone Clone
30 Plastics unite to make unexpected 'metal'
31 IE8 development: Microsoft should learn from Apple, Mozilla
32 Can A Tracking Device Curb Truancy?
33 AMD Launches Dual-Processor Graphics Card
34 Nvidia unveils new GeForce GTX 200 graphics processors
35 Jamie Lee Curtis among first five to get Honda FCX Clarity fuel-cell car
36 Spinal Tap's Tufnel gets new Honda hydrogen car
37 NASA Develops Space Disaster Backup Plan
38 Thousands Of Bricks Fly Off Launch Pad After Discovery's Take-Off
39 Study: Voters Increasingly Turning to Web
40 Americans Turning to Web For Expanded, Unfiltered Political Information
41 Young Voters, Engaged and Online
42 Apple's bait: Application developers swarm to iPhone
43 T-Mobile Teases Subscribers With $1 3G IPhone Offer
44 New iPhone not perfect, but there's a lot to like
45 The Promise and Peril of Apple [+ Our Gadget of the Week]
46 iPhone 3G pricing: U.S. $199, Germany 1 euro, U.K. free
47 New iPhone to hit major European markets in July
48 Phoenix Mars Lander Analyzes, Finds Minerals In Soil
49 Phoenix Lander Uncovers Mars' Past
50 Phoenix Mars Lander Making Great Progress Thus Far
51 NASA's Phoenix gets dirt on Mars
52 Animated Optical Microscope Zoom in from Phoenix Launch to Martian Surface
53 Welcome to the Web refactory, AP
54 Associated Press Clamps Down on Blogs
55 Here's Our New Policy On A.P. stories: They're Banned
56 The Associated Press to Set Guidelines for Using Its Articles in Blogs
57 AP threatens to sue bloggers for quoting their stories
58 The Associated Press Demands New Quotation Policy
59 MySpace Might Have Friends, but It Wants Ad Money
60 MySpace Aims To Be More Than...MySpace
61 IBM Working With Japanese Firm To Commercialize Solar Technology
62 IBM muscles into CIGS solar-cell market
63 IBM links with Japan's TOK to develop solar technology
64 The Last Puzzle Piece; NASA Awards Contracts For Next Gen. Space Suits
65 United connects iPods, iPhones on int'l flights
66 United to offer iPod and iPhone hookups on some flights
67 United Airlines Debuts iPod Connectivity On Flights
68 Nokia Unveils "World's Thinnest" QWERTY Smartphone
69 Going Smarter with Official Unveiling of Nokia E71, E66
70 Microsoft Co-Sponsors Census Of Corporate Open Source Use
71 Microsoft and Its Open-Source Gambit
72 Why is Microsoft sponsoring the Open Source Census?
73 Microsoft Now Sponsor of Open Source Census
74 Open Source Census Gaining Traction Globally as Enterprises Gain Visibility Into Their Own Open Source Usage
75 Gay men, straight women share brain detail: report
76 Scientists Link Brain Symmetry, Sexual Orientation
77 Gay Brain Structure Resembles That of Straight Opposite Sex
78 The new Apple iPhone looks like a better buy
79 Mozilla prepares for Firefox 3 release and plans for 3.1
80 Firefox 3: Are We Heading Towards a New Browser War?
81 Mozilla challenges IE (and all comers) to a browser war
82 Mozilla Prepares Firefox 3 Official Release
83 Firefox 3 to Launch With a Bang
84 Get Ready For A New Platform War. Google Gears Drives Straight At Microsoft's Profits.
85 AT&T Plans New Supplementary Fees For Its Internet Users
86 AT&T believes Internet metering is "inevitable"
87 Over 3 Million Check Out Wii Fit Girl On YouTube
88 Wii Fit Girl: Duh, It's Viral
89 Russert's 'Silent' Heart Problem Common in U.S.
90 2 More States, Part of Mexico Ruled Out as Salmonella Source
91 The Massachusetts Model
92 PVC Shower Curtains Hazardous to Your Health
93 Doctors Tested by Undercover Patients
94 Doctors Urge American Medical Association To Reject 'Secret Shoppers'
95 3 escape injury in Topanga Canyon helicopter crash
96 Actor Paul Newman Fighting For His Life With Cancer
97 PTSD High Among Witnesses to 9/11
98 New Report Finds Highest-Ever Levels of THC in U.S. Marijuana
99 Marijuana THC potency levels highest in 30 years
100 Marijuana's THC levels get higher
101 Marijuana up in potency
102 AMD puts 5 TFlops in your PC
103 Every patient is unique: Individualized therapies for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
104 Personalizing medicine: New research shows potential of targeted therapies for cancer
105 Ability to track stem cells in tumors could advance cancer treatments
106 New therapy shows promise for fighting treatment-resistant cancer cells
107 New molecular imaging techniques may lead to advances in disease treatment
108 First semiconductor-based PET scanner demonstrates potential to aid in early diagnosis of disease
109 New possibilities for breast cancer treatment on the horizon
110 Molecular imaging sheds new light on progression of Alzheimer's disease
111 PET imaging focuses on medication's purported ability to improve mental performance
112 Team finds key mechanism of DDT resistance in malarial mosquitoes
113 Novel compound may treat acute diarrhea
114 A single VSOP can do a 'proton' magic!
115 Nanotechnology, biomolecules and light unite to 'cook' cancer cells
116 Aquatic insect 'family trees' provide clues about sensitivity to pollution
117 Researchers witness assembly of molecules critical to protein function
118 Protein linked to Alzheimer's disease also has role in HIV progression
119 Pharmacology of crystal meth
120 Aging and bone mineral density
121 Age at puberty linked to mother's prenatal diet
122 How safe are medical cannabinoids?
123 Neuroscientists Uncover Possible Link Between Different Forms of Epilepsy
124 Fair Trade
125 A Trio of Super-Earths
126 Study examines normal hair loss in men without evidence of baldness
127 Availability of 2 options for repair of ruptured aneurysm associated with reduced mortality
128 Ultrasonic instruments associated with improved outcomes for some surgical procedures
129 Adult stem cells aid fracture healing; UNC study lays groundwork for potential treatments
130 Type and severity of combat wounds in Iraq war have changed over time
131 Gene variation may be why some don't respond to cholesterol-lowering drugs
132 Blood pressure levels in childhood track into adulthood
133 Hearing loss is common in people with diabetes
134 Diabetes drug slows early-onset puberty in girls
135 New study: Hearing impairment is common among adults with diabetes
136 New study: Coffee drinkers have slightly lower death rates than people who do not drink coffee
137 Perfecting a solar cell by adding imperfections
138 Technique Used in Human Ankle Injuries Modified to Treat Dogs' Knees
139 Michigan Tech Physicist Models Single Molecular Switch
140 Gesture interface device developed by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
141 Stem cell researchers give old muscle new pep
142 Study Finds Hot Flashes Truly Forgettable
143 Coffee Could Lower Risk of Death from Heart Disease
144 A Whiff of Coffee Can Wake You Up
145 Gene Therapy Helps Dogs Stricken With Cancer
146 Ocean Fluctuations Caused Mysterious Mass Extinctions
147 Can Plastic Bottles Make You Sick?
148 Honda Rolls Out New Zero-emission Car
149 How the Steam Engine Changed the World
150 The Face of Fear Explained
151 Rot offers fresh sound for violin makers
152 Japan's monitoring system beaten by shallow quake
153 Three-of-a-kind planets found
154 Gay Men, Straight Women Have Similar Brains
155 Mars lander may have found ice at polygon's edge
156 Guzzling coffee may cut heart disease
157 Can parasites influence the language we speak?
158 Trio of super-Earths found around Milky Way star
159 Supernovae blasts kickstarted stars in early galaxies
160 Invention: All-seeing garbage sorter [Performance-enhancing peel pills; Automated aircraft-carrier landing]
161 Surgeons may get Minority Report-style display
162 Mirror neurons control erection response to porn
163 Wiggling bird genitals give the ladies good vibrations
164 Gay brains structured like those of the opposite sex
165 Aquatic Insect 'Family Trees' Provide Clues About Sensitivity to Pollution
166 Web Site Shows Daily Tornadoes Across the Country
167 Michigan Tech Scientist Models Molecular Switch
168 Astronomers Identify 45 New Planets
169 Date Palm Seed From Masada Sprouts
170 Museum's T. Rex Roars Back in New Stance
171 Frog Keeps Its Claws Hidden Until Needed
172 Cellphones Can't Really Pop Popcorn
173 How Much Radiation Does Your Phone Emit?
174 The Complications of Body Piercing
175 Physicians' Group Furious at Cigars in 'Hulk' Movie
176 Diagnosis: Strange Spells
177 New Take on a Prostate Drug, and a New Debate
178 Legal Drugs Kill Far More Than Illegal, Florida Says
179 Japan, Seeking Trim Waists, Measures Millions
180 Anticipating the Future to 'See' the Present
181 Herb Found Ineffective for Disorder
182 Regenerating Lost Cartilage
183 Paper Gets a Nano Makeover
184 Making Old Muscle Young
185 Online Medical Advice Goes Social
186 Diesels Crush All Challengers at Le Mans
187 Astronomers find 'super Earths' circling a star
188 Romans Used 20-Sided Dice Two Millennia Before D&D
189 Adobe second-quarter earnings jump 41 percent
190 Woman pleads not guilty in Internet suicide case
191 Video: iPhone Controls Robot Plane Squad
192 Drudge Retort Episode Highlights 'Fair Use' Uncertainties