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1 MySpace Co-Founder DeWolfe to Step Down
2 Historians Study Forgotten Tombs Under Boston's Oldest Church
3 Apple Pulls Plug on 'Baby Shaker' iPhone Program
4 Exhumed Body Reveals Stacey Castor's First Husband 'Didn't Just Die'
5 A National Park in...Afghanistan
6 Grapefruit, Pomegranate Juice Not a Good Mix With Statins
7 Allergic to Water? 11 Unusual Allergic Reactions Revealed
8 Colossal space oddity baffles astronomers
9 CSIRO secures wireless patent win
10 Arctic fossil shows how seals evolved
11 World first for strange molecule
12 'Space blob' baffles astronomers
13 Afghans get first national park
14 Mara wildlife in serious decline
15 Pollution 'fights global warming'
16 'Missing link' fossil seal walked
17 All clear for Google Street View
18 US ramps up cybersecurity focus
19 Pirate Bay lawyers demand retrial
20 Giant leap looms for mobile bugs
21 Ulcer gels warning for children
22 Painkiller 'no Alzheimer's block'
23 500,000th heart pacemaker fitted
24 Still no HIV cure, 25 years on
25 Thalidomide poses new challenges
26 ID Crooks Steal Tax Info Using File-Shares
27 Stores Go High-Tech To Tempt Your Nose
28 A Green Way To Clean Up A Dirty Problem
29 Obama Earth Day Flights Burned More Than 9,000 Gallons Of Fuel
30 Congress Split On Cap-And-Trade's Impact On Jobs
31 Apple Soars During Economic Gloom
32 On Earth Day, Obama Talks Up Wind Power
33 Can Iraqis Tweet Their Way To Normalcy?
34 NASA Faces Deadline For Tough Decisions On Shuttle
35 Erin Brockovich Helps File Tumor Lawsuit
36 FDA Loosens "Morning After" Pill Rules
37 Baby Shaker App Approved, Then Removed
38 Shaken-Baby Group Calls on Apple to Apologize
39 Apple dumps 'Baby Shaker' app after complaints
40 Pirate Bay defence lawyer demands retrial
41 Pirate Bay Lawyer Accuses Judge of Bias
42 Pirate Bay Lawyer to Demand a Retrial
43 Pirate Bay Demands Retrial, Claiming Judge Was Biased
44 Pirate Bay judge under fire for conflict of interest
45 Pirate Bay judge denies 'conflict of interest'
46 Multi-Core Race Heats Up: Troubled AMD Looks to Pass Intel
47 With six-core chips and a road map, AMD preps for stimulus money fight
48 How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"?
49 'Green jobs' at heart of Obama's Earth Day push on energy
50 Earth Day celebrations for the kids
51 Congress, Disney join Earth Day
52 Ignore the Timing, AMD's News is Huge
53 AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition Now Available
54 AMD pushes Phenom II to 3.2 GHz, you can push it further
55 Amazon's $359 Kindle 2 Costs $185.49 to Build
56 Report: Kindle 2 costs $185.49 to build
57 Warner Offers HD DVD Disc Bailout
58 Scientists, supporters rally at UCLA for animal research
59 Rallies target animal testing
60 Nearly 700 supporters of biomedical research using animals rally on campus
61 Lisa Jackson: The New Head of the EPA
62 Lisa Jackson Says She Is Bringing New Energy to the EPA
63 Bluetooth 3.0 Red-Lines Transfer Rates
64 Bluetooth 3.0 will be eight times faster
65 Congress Asked To Probe Pay-Per-Byte Internet Service
66 TWC: No Bandwidth Caps? Fine, No Wideband
67 As Costs Fall, Companies Push to Raise Internet Price
68 Calling Cliff Clavin: Chrysler Unveils Electric Postal Van
69 Chrysler to Sell Electric Minivans...but Only to Postal Service
70 Giant Mystery Blob Discovered Near Dawn of Time
71 Giant Space Blob Is Biggest Known Baby Galaxy?
72 The Blob That Didn't Eat the Universe
73 New Cosmic 'Blob' Puzzles Cosmologists
74 Colossal new space 'blob' baffles scientists
75 FDA eases access to morning-after pill
76 UPDATE: FDA Extends Review Of Diabetes Drug Saxagliptin
77 FDA extended time to review saxagliptin for treatment of diabetes
78 Anti-inflammatory drugs don't cut dementia risk, they raise it
79 Army: 3 missing disease samples likely destroyed
80 Army research lab probed in pathogen mystery
81 Army Nearly Done With Probe of Fort Detrick Lab
82 House approves incentives to graduate more nurses
83 UPDATE 1--Acorda resubmits MS drug filing, shares up
84 Acorda resubmits MS drug filing to regulators, shares rise
85 Scientists Find New Way to Create Stem Cells
86 Scientists find safer way to make human stem cells
87 Bay Area firms lead the way in stem cell research
88 Study: Six in 10 people put off health care
89 Study Reveals Walnuts May Actually Prevent Breast Cancer
90 Breast Self-Exam Finds Cancer Best in Young, High-Risk Women
91 Eating Walnuts Can Help Cut Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer
92 United States Earns "D" Grade for Disastrous Mental Health Care
93 More people live with paralysis: Study
94 Worrying Over Fading Memory Makes it Worse
95 Cell Phone Unlocks with Arm Swing
96 Mind-Reading Device Sends Twitter Messages
97 Designer immune cells fight prostate cancer
98 Richard Scheller: Genentech's head of early research and development talks priorities and independence.
99 Cancer drug hits setback
100 Green technologies win 1.4 billion pounds in UK budget
101 Viruses could kill superbugs that antibiotics can't
102 Reprogramming offers hope of safer stem cells
103 Geoengineering could dim lights on solar power
104 Fluorescent puppy is world's first transgenic dog
105 Art detectives use forensics to spot forgeries
106 Trial debut for malaria vaccine from mosquito spit
107 Mysterious cosmic blob discovered in early universe
108 Researchers Identify New Gene that Stimulates the Release of Calcium in Cells
109 Researchers Develop Powerful Method of Suppressing Errors in Quantum Computers
110 Super Reefs Fend off Climate Change
111 A Biological Basis for the 8-Hour Workday?
112 Administration Stops Short of Endorsing Climate Bill
113 Astronomers Find Planet Closer to Size of Earth
114 Aerodynamics on Land: Aiming for 800 M.P.H.
115 West Is Told to Expect Water Shortfalls
116 Ants Adjust Foraging So the Colony Eats Right
117 Why Mussels' Grip Is Stiff but Stretchy
118 Q & A: Time's Winged Arrow
119 City Plans to Make Older Buildings Refit to Save Energy
120 Use Energy, Get Rich and Save the Planet
121 From Studying Chimps, a Theory on Cooking: A Conversation With Richard Wrangham
122 A First Look at the Bones of a 'Hobbit'
123 As Wild Horses Breed, a Voice for Contraception
124 Really? The Claim: Weight Training Is Bad for Blood Pressure