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1 2-Mile Scar On Barrier Reef After Ship Grounding
2 Tree Disease Hits Gulf Coast Swamps
3 Japan Whaling Fleet Brings Home Catch Below Target
4 China Overtakes Germany In Wind Power
5 California Gray Whale-Watchers Fear Dip In Population
6 World's Deepest Known Undersea Volcanic Vent Found
7 Gulf War Syndrome Real, Institute of Medicine Concludes
8 New Hydrogen-Storage Method Discovered
9 Democrats Change Tune on Nuclear Energy
10 World's First Salt Power Generator Unveiled in Norway
11 Chemists Discover Method to Design a Cheaper Fuel Cell
12 Multicelled Animals May Live Oxygen-Free
13 Doctors See Increase In Pain Through Technology
14 New Agent Chokes Off Energy Supply, Kills Cancer Cells
15 Hawaii's Last Sugar Plantation To Be Biofuel 'Lab'
16 New Fossils May Fit In Gap Between Apes and Humans
17 Eating Seaweed May Have Conferred Special Digestive Powers
18 Pigeons Usually Let Best Navigator Take the Lead
19 Archaeologists Uncover Land Before Wheel
20 Spring in Guadalupe Gardens is a great place to find unusual plants
21 Apple delays international iPad launch again
22 Politics of aid seen in clash over maternal deaths
23 Brazil flood toll rises to 246, Rio's Christ statue cut off
24 U.S. Interior studying foreign energy royalty rates
25 Rocket Racing League to Unveil New Air Hot Rod
26 Salazar unveils Arctic drilling research plan
27 Ancient Cockroach Relative Revealed in 3-D
28 Australia stranding kills around 30 dolphins
29 Magnets Might Boost Stem Cell Therapy
30 Obama to outline 'bold' US space future
31 Profile of a Tax Cheat
32 Obama revives capsule from canceled moon program
33 NASA begins science flights with robotic jet
34 NASA still struggling with stuck valve in space
35 CPMC fined for surgery mistake
36 Shot S.F. driver not booked till out of hospital
37 'Twilight' series on list of challenged books
38 Play Creatively as a Kid, Be a Healthier Adult
39 Many Hispanics Lack Access to Colon Cancer Screening
40 Some cancer patients more likely to get blood clot
41 New Alzheimer's Gene Identified
42 Maternal deaths down in poor countries: study
43 Study: Malpractice worries help drive health costs
44 Fighting Allergies by Mimicking Parasitic Worms
45 Memristor Memory Readied for Production
46 Suntech Stresses R&D
47 Gold Nanosensors to Track Disease
48 New Adobe Software Blurs Lines between Code and Design
49 Green LEDs for Efficient Lighting
50 Keeping Medical Data Private
51 Exposing Hackers as a Deterrent
52 Developers Fret Over Twitter's Software Strategy
53 First Evidence That Quantum Processes Generate Truly Random Numbers
54 Tools Exist For Safer Coal Mines
55 Cybercrime Needs to be Top Priority, Says Obama Aide
56 Follow the Smart Phones
57 China's Internet Paradox
58 Forget the Flash. Let's See Your Nectar
59 Twitter Finally Feathers Its Nest With Advertising
60 A New Way to Detect Digital Child Pornography?
61 10 Great iPhone Apps for Growing a Garden
62 Can Big Brother Stop Truancy in Schools?
63 Are We a Step Closer to a Viagra for Women?
64 Fighting for a Disabled Mother's Right to See Her Children
65 Yemeni Bride, 11, Hospitalized with Genital Injuries
66 Federal Judge Rules Mother Can Sue U.S. Army in Child's Beating Death
67 Quolls force-fed toads in survival fight
68 'Tweets' could warn of future epidemics
69 Whales get physical when seas get rough
70 'No malpractice' by climate unit
71 Japanese whale meat 'being sold in US and Korea'
72 Caterpillar communication evolved from walking
73 'No link' between Chinese quakes
74 iPad's international release delayed by Apple
75 Rutland Telecom offers villagers fast broadband
76 Intel sees record first quarter
77 Giving power to the people
78 Mobiles signal future of money?
79 Searching for a hung Parliament?
80 Wireless electricity could be just months away
81 Parasite 'a growing stroke risk'
82 Aspirin can reduce migraine symptom pain, review says
83 Alcohol 'only protects non-smokers against stroke'
84 The election fitness trail--exercising power or PR?
85 Do toddlers need cake as well as carrots?
86 Why do donors tick the opt-out box for eyes?
87 Tweeters to Twitter: Keep It Simple
88 Astronomer: Earth-Like Planets Are Common
89 Military Asserts Right To Return Cyber Attacks
90 Apple Delays International iPad Launch Again
91 Obama Envisions Manned Mars Mission for NASA
92 Iceland Volcano Prompts Evacuation of Hundreds
93 140 Characters--and Some Words from Sponsors
94 Toyota to Temporarily Halt Sales of Lexus GX460
95 Why the FCC's Broadband Plans Got Smacked Down
96 Nadia Bloom, Missing Fla. 11-Yr-Old, Found Alive
97 Huckabee: Gay Marriage Akin to Incest, Polygamy
98 Retail Sales up 1.6%; 3rd Straight Monthly Rise
99 Reports Show Americans Feeling Economic Recovery
100 Sex Abuse Scandal Has Vatican in Damage Control
101 Is Your Mechanic Taking You for a Ride?
102 Bernanke Hopeful on Recovery, Wary on Jobs
103 Man Who Found Nadia Bloom: "God Sent Me"
104 Common Test Done on Newborns Questioned
105 Battling Obesity: Into the Belly of the Beast
106 Nebraska Limits Abortions, Citing Fetus Pain
107 MD Shortage? 28 States May Expand Nurses' Role
108 Teen Suicide Risk Similar Among Antidepressants
109 Feds: Hospitals Not Curbing Common Infections
110 Holder: U.S. Still Hopes To Capture Bin Laden
111 World Trade Center Steel Beams Returning Home
112 Millions of H1N1 Vaccines About to Expire
113 Japan rolls out elite science funds
114 Lab-animal battle reaches truce
115 Panel to take broad view of bioethics
116 US nuclear policy could boost basic research
117 Illegal whale meat tracked back to Japan
118 What it will take to feed the world
119 World view: Moment of reckoning
120 Pentagon turns to 'softer' sciences
121 Stem-cell funding in sight
122 Telescope team may be allowed to sit on exoplanet data
123 Big science: The cancer genome challenge
124 A truth test for randomness
125 Freeing human eggs of mutant mitochondria