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1 Astronauts Tackling Antenna Work in 1st Spacewalk
2 YouTube Turns 5, Hits 2 Billion Views a Day
3 Is Wii Worthy of American Heart Association Accolade?
4 Tech Biggies Quit Facebook Over Privacy Flap: Will Others Follow?
5 How to Make Online Reading Easier
6 Curbing the Culture of Cheating
7 HOW TO: Land Your Dream Job Using Google AdWords
8 Orgasm Inc.: Search for the Female Viagra
9 Boy Dies During Dental Procedure
10 Can Pesticides Cause ADHD?
11 Arab-American From Michigan Crowned 2010 Miss USA
12 Mobile phone cancer link unclear, study
13 Immune system could be used to test for TB
14 Ball lightning could be 'all in the mind'
15 LHC particle search 'nearing,' says physicist
16 Atlantis astronauts on first walk
17 No proof of mobile cancer risk, major study concludes
18 iPhone app to help DR Congo mountain gorillas
19 Brazil fire destroys snake and spider collection
20 US says BP move to curb oil leak 'no solution'
21 UN picks new climate change chief
22 Honeybees: 3D images reveal life inside a live hive
23 Our bees are buzzing off. But why?
24 Hack attacks mounted on car control systems
25 YouTube at five- 2 bn views a day
26 Russian crimeware host is knocked off the web
27 Tokyo couple married by robot in rooftop wedding
28 Austrians seek right to partnership created for gays
29 MI5 lifts lid on secret PM briefings
30 Israelis debate how to deal with a nuclear Iran
31 How dangerous is South Africa?
32 Tech Brief: Windows 3.1 on an Android phone et al.
33 Still here: The teenage app tycoons
34 The 19th Century iPhone
35 Stress link to financial squeeze
36 Jackson doctor helps passenger in plane emergency
37 Toddlers who lie 'will do better'
38 US-held detainee has become 'mentally disturbed'
39 Astronauts Install Antenna on Space Station
40 Facing Facebook Backlash, Nestle Modifies Business Practices
41 Gates Grant to Fund Testicle-Blasting Contraceptive
42 Oil Spill Hovers Over Gulf of Mexico Reefs
43 Inside Story Revealed, HP-Palm Went Down to Wire
44 Cell Phone-Brain Cancer Link Deemed Inconclusive
45 Oil Spill Washing Ashore Angers Gulf Residents
46 BP: Mile-Long Tube Sucking Oil Away From Well
47 Thousands of Non-Profits May Lose Tax-Exemption
48 Calif. Coach Makes Players Drink Soda from Shoe
49 Sex Offenders Can be Kept in Jail, Court Rules
50 Europe Balks at Greece's Retire-at-50 Rules
51 Supreme Court Rules on Life Terms for Juveniles
52 Murder Convict Profiting from Husband's Slaying
53 Oil Leak Siphon Working, but is it too Late?
54 Study: BP Refineries Produce 97% of Violations
55 Burgers, Fries May Worsen Asthma, Study Finds
56 MRSA Staph Infections in Kids Surge
57 Move to regulate farms to ease nitrate problem
58 Tube suctioning one-fifth of spewing oil: BP executive
59 Scientists find tiny wallaby, spiky nosed frog in Asia
60 Spacewalk hit by brief power outage, no danger
61 Phoenix Mars Lander Gets Last Chance to Rise From the Dead
62 BP says partly reducing oil leak
63 Lawsuit seeks closing of BP platform in the Gulf
64 Why Was Mount St. Helens so Destructive?
65 Models indicate Gulf spill may be in major current
66 New frogs and geckos and pigeons, oh my
67 UN names Costa Rican to head climate change body
68 Mitsubishi Electric launches 'smart grid' pilot project
69 Pest munches up China fields after GM crop sprays halt
70 Pesticides on Produce Tied to ADHD in Children
71 Heart Group Backs Video Games in Obesity Campaign
72 Nintendo partnering with American Heart Association
73 American Heart Association Endorses Nintendo Wii
74 Google Wi-Fi Data Collection Angers European Officials
75 German official rebukes Google for collecting private data with Street Views
76 Google Says That It Collected Data from Open Wi-Fi Networks by Accident
77 Astronauts Begin First of Three Spacewalks
78 Shuttle Atlantis Lifts Off for Final Planned Flight
79 Scientists discover frog with inflating nose
80 New frogs and geckos and pigeons, oh my
81 'Pinocchio' Frog and 'Gargoyle' Gecko Discovered
82 'Lost World' revisited
83 New Guinea expedition finds new species
84 Apple: Leaked iPhone 'immensely damaging' to profit
85 Apple iPhone 4G Leak Won't Put 'Huge' Hurt On Sales
86 Apple claims 'huge' loss over iPhone leak
87 Jobs: Apple Offers 'Freedom from Porn'
88 Steve Jobs Spars With Valleywag Editor By E-Mail
89 Steve Jobs 2am emails: Apple motives pure, hits out at Adobe
90 4.5 million iPhone 4Gs in 24 days?
91 Foxconn to ship 24M next-gen iPhones with improved displays in 2010
92 The Apple iPhone 4 / HD will sport a high-res IPS screen, 1GHz Hummingbird processor and 512MB RAM.
93 HP fended off four suitors for Palm in bidding war
94 Palm Details Bids Leading to HP Buyout
95 Google and Microsoft Need to Worry About Who Didn't Acquire Palm
96 Studios score another TKO against Pirate Bay
97 The Pirate Bay Site Taken Offline Again
98 Pirate Bay Down Again, Thanks to Dastardly Hollywood Studios
99 Pirate Bay ISP hit with German injunction; must stop hosting
100 Japan Testing Interplanetary Solar Sail Concept
101 Japan's Flimsy Ikaros Space Kite Due to Launch to Float on the Solar Wind
102 Japan to launch solar-powered spacecraft
103 Japan to Launch Venus-Bound Atmospheric Probe Today
104 Mysteries of Venus Targeted by New Japanese Probe
105 Weather satellite ready for Monday launch to Venus
106 Space yacht Ikaros ready to cast off for far side of the sun
107 Nissan Predicts Challenge When Electric-Car Incentives Are Cut
108 Nissan says Leaf electric car to cost under $38,100
109 Nissan says to sell Leaf electric car for under 24,000 pounds
110 ADHD in kids tied to organophosphate pesticides
111 Study: ADHD linked to pesticide exposure
112 Organophosphate Pesticides Linked to ADHD
113 Burger and Fries Worsen Asthma, Study Suggests
114 Fatty foods bad for asthmatics, block effects of inhalers: Study
115 Asthma Sufferers Should Avoid High-Fat Diet
116 Chatzky: 4 ways to get insurance you can actually afford
117 Are Food Allergies Exaggerated? New Study Sparks Questions
118 The Squishy Science of Food Allergies
119 Food allergy sufferers 'worst served' by medicine
120 Rotavirus vaccine keeps kids out of the hospital
121 Rotarix or RotaTeq Vaccination May Be Effective, Safe in Childhood
122 Save Your Skin from Melanoma
123 Are You a Gardener? Then You Need Sun Protection
124 Teva: Lou Gehrig's disease treatment trial did not meet endpoints
125 Teva says Lou Gehrig's disease drug fails in study
126 Vatican rejects appeals from 10 closed parishes in Boston area
127 AP: Vatican rejects closed Mass. churches' appeals
128 Long Island shelter asking for Viagra donations to save Ingrid, a pit bull with a heart condition
129 Animal Shelter Appeals for Viagra to Save Pitbull with Heart Condition
130 City Living Leads to High Blood Pressure
131 Urban Pollution may Cause High Blood Pressure
132 Genetic Testing Kits--Save Your Money--Most Don't "Work"