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1 Scientists decipher bacteria motor
2 Seven hours the magic number for sleep
3 Theory suggests universe without Big Bang
4 Adult Stem Cell Research Leaving Embryos Behind
5 Taking on the North Pole: 500 Years of Exploration (Pictures)
6 Obama: We Don't Get Enough Credit for Success
7 Obama on His Daughters: They Make Me Laugh
8 Obama to Reaffirm Iraq Withdrawal Plan
9 Pakistan Floods Swamp War-Ravished Swat Valley
10 Cooling system fault hits International Space Station
11 Cloned cow milk claim investigated
12 BP prepares operation to seal Gulf of Mexico oil well
13 Herpes virus used to treat cancer
14 Chernobyl zone shows decline in biodiversity
15 Further Chile earthquakes 'possible,' say scientists
16 Everglades and Madagascar forests on UNESCO danger list
17 Innovative India water plant opens in Madras
18 Mars site may hold 'buried life'
19 'Sniff code' device controls wheelchair
20 Obama to confirm plan for US troop withdrawal from Iraq
21 Alan Greenspan: US 'risks double-dip recession'
22 'One killed' after rockets strike Jordan and Israel
23 iPhone 4 jailbreak app goes live
24 Tractor rampage attack in China kills 11
25 Antiques dealer jailed over stolen Shakespeare folio
26 Microsoft to releases security patch for shortcut bug
27 Two Gulf states to ban some Blackberry functions
28 Twitter user sends world's 20 billionth tweet
29 Tech Brief: Printable clothes, et al.
30 One lie-in 'not enough to counter sleep loss'
31 The sisters living without stomachs
32 A solar salamander
33 Cellular suicide spurs cancer
34 Feeling the shapes of molecules
35 Manhattan Heat Waves Sign of City Scorchers to Come
36 Monkeys Go Bananas Over Flying Squirrels
37 Stem Cells for Sex, Smell Discovered in Mice
38 Galapagos Islands Kicked Off International Endangered List
39 Tiny Footprints Are Oldest Evidence of Reptiles
40 Researchers working to restore population of Olympia oysters along California coast
41 UAE says BlackBerry ban will affect visitors too
42 Survey: Rotting kelp likely cause of Santa Cruz County's polluted beaches
43 Rights group slams Philippine abortion ban
44 Over 1,000 killed as floods wreak havoc across Pakistan
45 Trash threatens to jam China's Three Gorges dam
46 Caution: Here's advice on legit stem cell clinics
47 Ambitious Venus Mission Ideas Include Robots, Planes, Humans
48 WWF, Oxfam punished for anti-Saudi act at UN talks
49 Huge Hurricane Study Gears Up
50 Hearst Foundations award nonprofit grants
51 Mountain View physician invents device for clearing up dangerous blood clots
52 Hawaii marine monument a World Heritage site
53 Fears for refugees as Myanmar election looms
54 Why Cancer Screening Campaigns Can Backfire
55 Household Spray Cleaners Pose Greatest Danger to Toddlers
56 Postquake Haiti Sees Dominican Sex Workers' Numbers Rise
57 Risk of disease rises amid deadly Pakistan floods
58 Rabid dogs roam holiday hotspot, kill at least 78
59 Ex-Puerto Rico baseball star still working at 104
60 Essay: Lifesaving Medications, Through a Back Door
61 Advance on AIDS Raises Questions as Well as Joy
62 Q & A: Big Dog, Small House
63 Some Like It Warm (If They're Marmots)
64 High-Speed Video Shows How Sphagnum Moss Spreads
65 Observatory: New Insight Into a Caterpillar's Crawl
66 Never a Lab Rat
67 Let There Be Dimmers on Our Glowing Planet
68 Teams of Physicists Closing in on the 'God Particle'
69 Hints of Earth Splash a Saturnian Moon Landscape
70 Translating Stories of Life Forms Etched in Stone
71 Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age
72 Is Italy Too Italian?
73 The Un-Divorced
74 Practical Traveler
75 Learning a Language From an Expert, on the Web
76 In India, Using Facebook to Catch Scofflaw Drivers
77 Technology Races to Meet Tide of Data
78 A Picture on the Wall? Why Not Do the Whole Wall?
79 Reliable Dictation, Down to a 'T'
80 Seeing the World Around You Through Your Phone
81 Cloned Livestock Gain a Foothold in Europe
82 Gulf of Mexico Has Long Been Dumping Site
83 Regulators Warned Company on Pipeline Corrosion
84 Back in Touch With Her Inner Camper
85 On Our Radar: Oil Spill Larger Than China Admits
86 Nuclear Forensics Skill Is Declining in U.S., Report Says
87 Predators and Prey, and Catching Turtles
88 Old Weapons Off Hawaii Should Stay Put, Army Says
89 Turbines Too Loud? Here, Take $5,000
90 Officials Optimistic That Cement Will Kill BP Well
91 The Medium: Unnatural Science
92 Despite Rule, BP Used Dispersant, Panel Finds
93 Space Station Error Prompts Shutdowns
94 Oil Spill Creates Hard Choices for the E.U.
95 Helping Joints Regrow Themselves
96 Genes to Make Hydrocarbon Fuels
97 New Focus for Digital Photography
98 Failed Diet? You Really Can Blame it on the Genes
99 Brain Scans Teach Humans to Empathize with Bots
100 Clear CT Scans with Less Radiation
101 Growing Organs and Helping Wounds Heal
102 Hacking the Smart Grid