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1 Sausalito: Reward over shooting of sea lion
2 Study finds no evidence of health risks from SmartMeters
3 Verizon to start selling iPhone on Feb. 10
4 Giffords moves arms, survival odds at '101 pct'
5 On Gulf Coast, nail-biting over future of domestic oil drilling
6 Six species of Haiti's 'lost frogs' are found
7 Planck telescope probes 'cosmic treasure trove'
8 Scientists see climate change link to Australian floods
9 Want a Smaller Waist? Take More Breaks From Sitting
10 NASA: Space shuttle cracking finally understood
11 Virus kills hordes of crickets raised for reptiles
12 China's pandas need old forests to thrive: study
13 Giant pandas prefer old forests: study
14 Detroit Auto Show's car of the future is loaded with green and convenience features
15 Cal's Robert Birgeneau talks about Tucson shooting
16 Actor David Nelson of famous TV family dies at 74
17 South Korea holds emergency meeting on foot-and-mouth outbreak
18 Predisposition for Religion Can Spread Quickly
19 Shingles Vaccine Looks Like a Safe Bet for Seniors: Study
20 Calif teen dies from leukemia despite China search
21 Therapy May Help Cut Incontinence After Prostate Surgery
22 UK pledges 750mn pounds for cancer strategy
23 Haitians yearn for change after year in "hell"
24 Heart group: Require students to get CPR training
25 For the Very Obese, H1N1 Was More Apt to Be Fatal
26 Most Guidelines for Infectious Diseases Don't Come From Clinical Trial Findings
27 Federal money kept states from cutting Medicaid: survey
28 Lilly says brain swelling seen in Alzheimer's study
29 Depression Can Strike Early, Undetected
30 Is Political Philosophy Biologically Determined?
31 Why Is It So Hard to Say Thanks?
32 Verizon Announces Different Network, Similar Features on iPhone
33 Hubble Telescope Zeroes in on Green Blob in Space
34 Dialing Back: Calif. Governor Targets Cell Phones
35 NASA: Space Shuttle Cracking Finally Understood
36 Court Hears Challenge to $65M Facebook Settlement
37 Cuckoos ramp up effort in 'arms war'
38 La Nina lives up to predictions
39 Funky frogs sniff out danger
40 Sloan data yields biggest colour night-sky image ever
41 Giant pandas 'need old-growth forests'
42 Feeding garden birds such as tits delays dawn chorus
43 India unveils coastal saline crop initiative
44 Gulf of Mexico oil spill: Panel urges major reforms
45 Pesticide ban call for around India's Kaziranga park
46 Planck telescope observes cosmic giants
47 Panda deal clinched by Edinburgh Zoo
48 Stag beetles 'cannot resist ginger'
49 Electric cars not accessible 'in next five years'
50 Queen's scientists make shellfish safer to eat
51 Frogs survive on Haiti's bare hillsides
52 What freediving does to the body
53 'Astrophysical brass in the microwave muck'
54 Brilliant feathers of white snowy owls dazzle rivals
55 Harrabin's Notes: Population overload?
56 New scheme launched for 'bleached and dying' coral life
57 Best city for spring 2011: Lucca, Italy
58 Haiti earthquake: one year on
59 7 questions on UK-US TV exports
60 Why is service still so bad in the UK?
61 Alcohol poisoning, not avian flu, killed Romanian birds
62 Microsoft seeks to block Apple 'App Store' trademark
63 Sony launches legal action against PlayStation hackers
64 Court hears Winklevoss twins' Facebook settlement case
65 Verizon to begin selling Apple iPhone 4 in February
66 Moray-based 'intimacy' device lab ceases trading
67 Mini adventure: how far can an electric car go?
68 'Star Wars' tech to keep pilots airborne
69 Down's syndrome DNA blood test 'better screening offer'
70 'New Delhi' superbug named unfairly, says Lancet editor
71 NSAID painkillers linked to increased heart risk
72 France braced for diabetic drug scandal report
73 You Decide: The Winkleviis or Zuckerberg?
74 Sidelined NASA Shuttle to Launch Next Month
75 Mona Lisa's Hidden Symbols? Researcher Says Yes
76 Tiny Galaxy Hiding a Big Secret
77 DOJ Wikileaks-Twitter Probe Draws Heat in Europe
78 Season's Newest, Coolest Snow Toys
79 Meteor Lights Up Night Sky Over Oklahoma
80 Assange Vows to Step Up WikiLeaks Work
81 Verizon's iPhone: A Hand's On First Take
82 Westboro: We Won't Picket 9-Year-Old's Funeral
83 Loughner Stopped by Police Hours before Shooting
84 Prayer and Mourning on Haiti's Quake Anniversary
85 Dutch Prostitutes Get Visit from Tax Collector
86 Simple Steps to Avoid Rising Prices in 2011
87 One Great Burger Beef Recall: Did Prisoners Get Raw Deal?
88 Down Syndrome: Simple Blood Test around the Bend?
89 Fertile Women Fantasize About Macho Men, Smart Guys Not So Much
90 Boston Ambulance Custom-Made for Fattest Patients
91 Abortion in America: Too Many, Not Enough?
92 D-I-Y Medical Tests: Wise Way to Go?
93 David Nelson Dies: What Killed "Ozzie and Harriet" Star?
94 Loughner Proves Need for Mental Health Awareness
95 Jared Loughner Case: Should Mentally Ill Be Locked up Against Their Will?
96 Lebanese Gov't Falls Under Hezbollah Protest
97 Saving Water, One Field at a Time
98 Car Theft by Antenna
99 Wireless Car Sensors Vulnerable to Hackers
100 Is Your Car Safe From Hackers?
101 So Many Bugs, So Little Time
102 Nanocarriers Come Through
103 Patients Facing Blindness to Test Therapy with Stem Cells
104 Spinning Nano Yarns
105 At CES, Video Is King
106 A Battery-Ultracapacitor Hybrid
107 Cheaper, Stronger Lithium-Ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles
108 Hyundai Bets on Lithium-Ion Batteries
109 A Salt and Paper Battery
110 A Quicker Test for Electric Car Batteries
111 A Guide to Recent Battery Advances
112 New Battery for Cheap Electric Vehicles
113 Converting Gas-Guzzlers into Hybrids
114 Android Uncertainty Looms Over iPad Rivals
115 Glass that's Stronger than Steel
116 What to Expect at CES 2012
117 LEDs Are Getting Ready for the Spotlight
118 Twitter's Self-Limiting Usefulness
119 Volt's Battery Capacity Could Double
120 The Puzzling Evolution of Guns Versus Bows
121 Verizon's iPhone Gamble
122 Everyone Is Video Calling
123 Cell Transplants for Macular Degeneration
124 A Stem-Cell Therapy for Blindness
125 Using Stem Cells to Cure Blindness