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1 You Make the Call: NBA Launches Video Rulebook
2 Minn. Pigs May Have Tested Positive for Swine Flu
3 Balloon Boy Falcon Heene Hides 5 Hours, Like Tom Sawyer
4 H1N1 Vaccine Delay Dogs Doctors, Worries Patients
5 Maldives cabinet makes a splash
6 'Toxic waste' report gag lifted
7 Hare coursers 'flout Hunting Act'
8 The fight against Malta's illegal bird hunt
9 Welcome to the world of sci-fi science
10 Sea gives up secrets to experts
11 Constructing a virtual building site
12 Warning over fibroids treatment
13 US swine flu vaccines 'delayed'
14 The robot guiding Tom's writing
15 Tougher Protections Sought for Polar Bear
16 BP-Led Consortium Wins Iraq Oil Deal
17 Obama: Health Industry Deceiving Consumers
18 Hope Poster Artist Admits Mistake
19 Fourth Grader Asks Obama: "Why Do People Hate You?"
20 NASA moon crash did kick up debris plume as hoped
21 NASA finally sees plume from moon impact
22 Craft kicked up debris on moon after all
23 NASA says Moon Crash was a Success
24 More details on NASA's moon-blasting mission
25 Spacecraft Crashes Into Moon In Search Of Water
26 Elusive lunar plume caught on camera after all
27 In-App Feature Could Keep More Apps on iPhone
28 Apple Expands In App Purchasing To Fight Piracy
29 U.S. Chamber Executive Urges Members to Stay Put Amid 'Activist' Uprising
30 U.S. Chamber Fires Back at Critics
31 Utilities split on climate legislation
32 Seventh Generation's Hollender Calls Out Chamber On Their Climate Position
33 Progessives shouldn't belong to Chamber
34 Bailing Out of the Chamber: Are Apple and Nike Smart or Shortsighted?
35 Google Now Crowdsourcing Street View With A Trike
36 Google Street View goes off-roading
37 Google Street View goes off-road
38 Here Comes the Google Street View Trike
39 Santa Clara University students shine in contest to build better solar home
40 Germany Takes Top Honors in Solar Decathlon
41 Mum's the word at Vegas blogging convention
42 AT&T finds a double-edged sword in iPhone
43 AT&T 3Q Seen Stable On Assist From iPhone
44 Data-hungry smart phones straining wireless networks
45 Walker: Pepsi falls flat
46 Pepsi fails to 'score' with Amp app
47 3 pigs at State Fair may have had H1N1, tests by the U, CDC show
48 Three Pigs May Be the First in the U.S. With Swine Flu
49 Minn. pigs may have tested positive for swine flu
50 New FDA Study Seeks Feedback on Lasik Surgery
51 Tylenol May Weaken Infant Vaccines
52 Doctors Urge Caution When Giving Babies Acetaminophen
53 Stay Healthy in Retirement With Work
54 For a Healthier Retirement, Work a Little
55 Study: Delaying Retirement Improves Your Health
56 New Robot Delivers Snacks
57 Balloon Boy Saga Offers Lesson in Eyewitness Testimony
58 Chupacabra? Creationist Museum Displays Mystery Beast
59 Small Asteroid to Fly Past Earth Tonight
60 Why Have Sex? To Fend Off Parasites
61 Newfangled Pogo Stick Soars 9 Feet
62 Brilliant! Roof Tiles Change Color to Save Energy
63 Speed of Thought-to-Speech Traced in Brain
64 How Fake Treatments Reduce Real Pain
65 High-Speed 'Other' Internet Goes Global
66 Dandelion and Gecko of the Night Sky
67 Do Cell Phones Cause Brain Tumors? Tough Call
68 N/A
69 Physicist: Studying Lizards Since Age 5
70 The Link Between Parkinson Disease and Farming
71 Military Fuel-Cell Aircraft Sets Record
72 Giant Invasive Snakes Threaten U.S. Ecosystems
73 Working Moms: How to Juggle Job and Home
74 Reports of American Longevity Greatly Exaggerated
75 Birds Line Nests with Natural Antibacterials
76 Study: Tingle of Carbonation Is Tasty, Too
77 Monkey Drumming Suggests the Origin of Music
78 Alligators Surprisingly Monogamous, Study Finds
79 Entanglement on demand
80 Ocean science goes deep
81 Cell invasion caught on camera
82 Gene therapy could remedy Parkinson's
83 Chemical keeps male sex drive in check
84 Researchers create portable black hole
85 Flies get fright from false memories
86 EU research programme weighed up and found wanting
87 UK faces tough questions over research funding
88 'Matrix for mice' probes how mental maps are made
89 'Magnetricity' observed for first time
90 Kew seed bank has 10% of all plants--and counting
91 US steel-makers temper climate deal hopes
92 It's official: Your bullying boss really is an idiot
93 Sea anemone stings make a 'hypodermic' skin cream
94 Birth of the Appalachians triggered mass extinction
95 The year's best pictures from the world of medicine
96 Approaching footsteps boost seeing in the dark
97 Laser creates 'false memories' in fly brains
98 Was moon-smashing mission doomed from the start?
99 Time isn't what it used to be
100 Solving the crystal maze: The secrets of structure
101 New camera promises to capture your whole life
102 The moon belongs to no one--yet
103 Placebo effect caught in the act in spinal nerves
104 Venki Ramakrishnan: A Nobel display of modesty
105 Facing extinction: Conservation in North America
106 Lunar plumes and Martian dunes: the week in space
107 Bouncing back: How we deal with bereavement
108 Labs-on-a-chip that you can shrink to fit
109 Elusive lunar plume caught on camera after all
110 Unexpected Hydrides Become Stable Metals at Pressure Near One Quarter Required to Metalize Pure Hydrogen Alone
111 Researchers Develop Improved Analysis for Predicting Hurricane Power Outages
112 Bioengineering Could Improve Prosthetic Hand Use for Wounded Soldiers
113 What Drives Our Genes? Researchers Map the First Complete Human Epigenome
114 Field Guide Showcases Pacific Northwest Geology and Terroir
115 Plants Can Recognize Their Siblings, and Researchers Have Discovered How
116 Study Shows How Substance in Grapes May Squeeze Out Diabetes
117 Being a Standout Has Its Benefits
118 Do Three Meals a Day Keep Fungi Away?
119 Unusual Bacteria Help Balance the Immune System in Mice
120 Does the 21st Century Belong to Asia or Latin America?
121 Rare Procedure Documents How the Human Brain Computes Language
122 Psychology Student Finds Less Automation Better for Air Traffic Controllers
123 The Food-Energy Cellular Connection Revealed: Metabolic Master Switch Sets the Biological Clock in Body Tissues
124 Quantum Computer Chips Now One Step Closer to Reality
125 Giant Impact Near India--Not Mexico--May Have Doomed Dinosaurs
126 Magnetic Leaves Reveal Most Polluted Byways
127 Improving China's Acid Rain Control Strategy
128 Heat Forms Potentially Harmful Substance in High-fructose Corn Syrup
129 Some Color Shades Offer Better Protection Against Sun's Ultraviolet Rays
130 Tracking Down the Human "Odorprint"
131 Perimeter Institute--Announcement--Stephen Hawking
132 Global Seed Banking Milestone Celebrated By Wildflower Center, 122 Other Organizations
133 Bats and Bugs: Nature's 'Trick or Treat'
134 Satellite Reveals Surprise at Edge of Solar System
135 Saving Eastern Hemlock Forest, One Glade at a Time
136 IBEX Explores Galactic Frontier, Releases First-Ever All-Sky Map
137 European Ministers Prepare A Roadmap Towards A Common Vision
138 Ground-Based Lasers Could Interfere With Orbiting Satellites
139 NASA to aid commercial RLV industry
140 Lunar Lander Floats On Electric-Blue Jets
141 How The Moon Produces Its Own Water
142 The Milky Way's Tiny But Tough Galactic Neighbour
143 What's Behind The 2012 Doomsday Craze
144 Satellite Data Look Behind The Scenes Of Deadly Earthquake
145 Migrating Microbes
146 Russia's New Space Center In Far East
147 NASA probe helps to map solar system
148 US Air Force sacks nuclear commander after blunders
149 US documents point to secret Japan nuclear pact
150 Top Chinese General To Visit As US Calls For Greater Military Cooperation