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1 Obama pushing stronger fuel-efficiency standard
2 New Zealand reptile becomes dad at 111 years old
3 Indonesians among the few to witness solar eclipse
4 World's highest drug levels entering India stream
5 Obesity Caught Like Common Cold
6 Twin to Milky Way's Black Hole Found
7 Taiwan embraces China's gift of 2 pandas
8 Japan in talks on whaling compromise: official
9 China dams reveal flaws in climate-change weapon
10 Lies Take Longer Than Truths
11 Odd Asteroid Hangs Out with Earth
12 Study adds to evidence of vaccine safety
13 Why Cancer in One Breast May Affect the Other
14 Study may guide preventive mastectomy decision
15 U.S. school children need less work, more play: study
16 Recess Makes for Better Students
17 ADHD drugs can cause hallucinations in some kids
18 Taiwan Embraces China's Gift of 2 Pandas
19 Internet Applauds 25 Years of Apple Macintosh
20 New Prez, New Studies: New Era for Stem Cells?
21 E-Mailing Without an Address
22 India Grapples With High Maternal Death Rate
23 8 Months Old and Behind Bars
24 Pfizer to Buy Wyeth for $68B; Cut 8,000 Jobs
25 U.S. School Children Need Less Work, More Play: Study
26 Report Sheds Light on Infant Suffocation
27 Organ Donation Ads on Craigslist?
28 Zircon grain dates moon crust's formation
29 Free-range chickens may be less healthy
30 Australia Day honour for brain researcher
31 Smokes 'still too cheap': health expert
32 'Climate hope' in economic plans
33 Shortlist for Severn energy plans
34 Single cell 'can store memories'
35 Obama aims for oil independence
36 Reptile becomes a father, at 111
37 Elephants pack trunks for zoo
38 Remote island celebrates pioneer
39 UN debates global food cost rise
40 Editorial row engulfs Wikipedia
41 Government delays UK net report
42 Why celebrities love Twittering
43 Open source question for schools
44 New tricks for Magic Kingdom
45 Biden: We've Inherited A Real Mess
46 Fountain Of Youth In A Wine Rx?
47 Hacking programmable road signs
48 Google growing its ad revenue
49 Twitter meetup spawns global charity event
50 Five Best People-Search Engines
51 Apple Earnings Surpass Expectations
52 New Zealand Reptile Becomes Dad At 111 Years Old
53 Girl, 7, Gets Heart; Sister Waits For One
54 Woman's Weight Loss Secret: Blogging
55 Chrysler, Fiat to work on seven new models--magazine
56 Lower gas prices send buyers after big cars again
57 Twitter Valuation Reaches $250 Million
58 Reports: New Twitter funding puts value between $200M-$250M
59 IBM teams up with universities on cloud project
60 US Defense Dept mimics Google, Microsoft in cloud computing
61 Can open source police the clouds?
62 BlackBerry Storm customers complain
63 Blackberry Storm Considered a Success by RIM
64 Report: Verizon and RIM "rushed" buggy Storm to market
65 How to enable Emoji icons on iPhones via cheap app
66 Does Apple Really Own Multi-Touch?
67 Macintosh turns 25
68 Cell Phones, Traffic a Deadly Combo for Kids
69 Kids and cell phones: A crosswalk hazard?
70 Drivers beware--kids crossing with cell phones
71 The End for Microsoft Flight Simulator?
72 Microsoft Confirms Flight Sim Studio Closure; Chris Early Departs G4W
73 Microsoft To Kill Windows 7 Beta On Feb. 10
74 Living on Windows 7: Can It Bring Back the Windows 95 Glory Days?
75 Internet Users Top 1 Billion, Most of Them Asian
76 Internet usage breaks through the billion barrier
77 Virus strikes 15 million PCs
78 Netbook Popularity Reshapes Tech Sector
79 Microsoft's Netbook Woes Also Mean Linux Yays...Right?
80 More reasons netbooks are killing Microsoft
81 Sony Loses $2.9 Billion, Makes New PSP Colors
82 Is Sony clowning around with PSP carnival colors?
83 Citrix invests in desktop virtualization start-up Virtual Computer
84 Virtual Computer raises $15 million and makes a new friend in the industry
85 Antarctic sea creatures hypersensitive to warming
86 New Approach Estimates Women's Risk of Cancer in Second Breast
87 Study may guide preventive mastectomy decision
88 Predictive Factors Point to Benefit from Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy
89 Database Helps Assess Your Breast Cancer Risk
90 Government Approves Study Using Human Embryonic Stem Cells
91 ADHD drugs cause hallucinations in some kids, study says
92 More Accidental Infant Deaths Blamed on Suffocation in Bed
93 Rise in Infant Suffocations Renews Debate On Bed-Sharing
94 Don't share bed with infant, parents told
95 What consumer advocates want from Obama
96 Obama moves quickly, purposefully in his first week
97 One in 5 men at risk of drinking problem
98 Recess Makes for Better Students
99 All Work & No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy
100 U.S. school children need less work, more play: study
101 Kosher Label Missing From Girl Scout Cookies
102 Masturbation May Increase Risk of Prostate Cancer
103 Single Brain Cell Can Hold a Memory
104 Genetic Tricks of Parasites
105 Waste-To-Energy System Could Mean Big Savings
106 FDA Approves Test to Inject Embryonic Stem Cells into Humans
107 Lizards' Dance Avoids Deadly Ants
108 Do Huge NFL Players Help Teams Win?
109 Sneaky Fish Love Caviar
110 Female Companionship Extends Sex Lives of Male Mice
111 How low can you go?
112 Farmer defies GM 'ban'
113 First IVF pregnancy after rapid egg screening
114 World's smallest lettering created with molecular projector
115 Moon sample contains oldest zircon on Earth
116 Creationism defeated in Texas
117 Alcohol stops men being a flop in bed
118 Innovation: Magnetic blood detox
119 Alarm-call chemical to speed muscle healing
120 Spinning black holes are ultimate cosmic batteries
121 Male bonding is rife in chimp society too
122 Peruvians walked their prayers into the earth
123 Commentary: Will Obama see sense about nuclear threat?
124 Ten sci-fi devices that could soon be in your hands
125 Global warming could suffocate the sea
126 Researchers Discover Weight-Loss Peptide
127 Geron FDA Approval Only Half The Story
128 Danube Delta Holds Answers to 'Noah's Flood' Debate
129 New Method Prevents microRNAs from Escaping Cells
130 Q & A: Is Cold Air Cleaner Than Warm Air?
131 Solving Avalanches' Mysteries
132 Study Pinpoints Main Source of Asia's Brown Cloud
133 Identifying the Bird, When Not Much Bird Is Left
134 Exposed to Solvent, Worker Faces Hurdles
135 What's Ahead for Plum Island?
136 Worm Infects Millions of Computers Worldwide
137 In 'Geek Chic' and Obama, New Hope for Lifting Women in Science
138 Drug Making's Move Abroad Stirs Concerns
139 Salt Trumps Bitter
140 How I (Ken Chang) Tormented Neil deGrasse Tyson
141 How Many Planets Do You Want in the Solar System?
142 A Love Vaccine?
143 Q & A: The Arctic Larder
144 More-Reflective Crops May Have Cooling Effect