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1 World's Oldest Running Car
2 Privacy Battles: OnStar Says GM May Record Car's Use, Even if You Cancel Service
3 Facebook Will Always Be Free, Company Says
4 NASA UARS Satellite Probably Crashed in Pacific, Agency Says
5 Food Apps Get Their Place in the Kitchen
6 Technology Makes Moms Better Household CEOs
7 Calif Quake Project Aimed to ID Future Hotspots
8 Netflix Signs Streaming Deal With DreamWorks
9 AOL Spent $130,000 to Lobby Gov't in 2nd Qtr
10 Samsung Seeks iPhone, iPad Sale Ban in Dutch Court
11 Report: Americans Fail to Appreciate Local Papers
12 Supermarkets Start Bagging Self-Serve Checkouts
13 American Society of Plastic Surgeons Urges Patients to Check Up on Their Surgeons for Their Safety
14 Patient Dies During Hospital Labor Dispute
15 Prostate Cancer Counseling Helps Couples' Sex Lives, Says Study
16 Study Says Liposuction Helps Heart Health; Doctors Are Skeptical
17 Do UV Nail Dryers Pose a Skin Cancer Risk?
18 Forest emissions driven by biological clock
19 Long stay in space has blinding effect
20 More youngsters having unsafe sex: study
21 'Antimagnet' joins list of invisibility approaches
22 Kenya's Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai dies aged 71
23 New study says birds learn how to build nests
24 Cancer cost 'crisis' warning from oncologists
25 Delhi metro first railway to earn UN carbon credits
26 Boeing delivers first 787 Dreamliner
27 Sea Launch rocket company returns to service
28 Search on for amateur science ideas
29 For black-footed ferrets, 1981 was a very good year
30 Wangari Maathai: Death of a visionary
31 Quant trading: How mathematicians rule the markets
32 Are viruses the way to green manufacturing?
33 New riches along the White Pass and Yukon Route
34 Virtual monkeys write Shakespeare
35 Social networking in its oldest form
36 Shipwreck of SS Gairsoppa reveals 150m pounds silver haul
37 Libyan NTC fighters breach Gaddafi city Sirte from east
38 Harvard website hacked by Syria protesters
39 Amanda Knox is 'witch of deception' says Lumumba lawyer
40 Last meal: What's the point of this death row ritual?
41 Viewpoint: The end of a new beginning?
42 Samsung and Apple warring over patents again
43 Google helps put Dead Sea Scrolls online
44 Warning about cost of rogue apps
45 Apps firm to expand after theme park success
46 N/A
47 Tiffany Shlain on being "Connected"
48 Centuries-old Dead Sea Scrolls rolled out online
49 OK to text from bed? Survey says yes!
50 Facebook will always be free, so stop spreading that silly rumor
51 Awesome solar flare filmed by satellite
52 Pentagon extends cyberattack defense program
53 Owners of Make us an offer
54 The science behind pleasure-seeking
55 Botched surgeries prompt warning from plastic surgeons
56 Boeing overcomes Dreamliner's nightmare delays
57 Hells Angels shootout tarnishes biker festival
58 Personal transport pods unveiled at Heathrow Airport
59 Lockheed laying off 540 employees, mostly in Texas
60 Obama says GOP would "cripple" America
61 U.S. hikers: "We were hostages"
62 Freed by Iran, hikers arrive back in U.S.
63 Vietnam soldier's remains return 45 years later
64 Giant squid carcasses invade Calif. coastline
65 Baby Jessica turns 25, gains trust fund access
66 Watchdog: Gov't paid $600 million to dead people
67 Infused alcohol ban lifted for Calif. bars
68 Economic woes drive down gas prices
69 FBI raids 7 IHOPs in Ohio, Indiana
70 No-show professor had excuse: He died in April
71 Ala. town's criminals get choice: Jail or church
72 Victims possibly caused Yellowstone grizzly maul
73 Caffeinated coffee tied to lower depression risk in women
74 Lasers Spark Breakthrough in Neuron Regeneration
75 Nanowires Give Cardiac Victims Real Heart of Gold
76 The Business of Innovation Quickly Becoming a Game
77 Primordial Gases Deep in Earth May Reveal How Planet Formed
78 How Sour Tastes Sweet: Science of 'Flavor-Tripping' Fruit Revealed
79 Freaky Beetle Babies Turn on (and Devour) Froggy Predators
80 In Diverse Groups, We Choose Pals Like Us
81 Strange Glowing Millipedes Ooze Cyanide to Foil Predators
82 Primitive Black Holes Could Shine Light on Dark Matter
83 Bulldog's Large Clitoris Poses Genetic Mystery
84 Know What's Creating Young Picky Eaters? Pressure to Eat
85 Reframing Alcoholism: Researcher Argues Against 'Disease' Label
86 The Best and Worst Words to Use When Discussing Kids' Weights
87 Friend or Foe? The Colon Knows 'Good' Bacteria From 'Bad'
88 Life's Extremes: Outgoing Versus Shy
89 Coroner Concludes Irishman Died of Spontaneous Human Combustion
90 Old NASA Satellite Plunges to Earth in Fiery Death Dive
91 What Would It Be Like to Travel Faster than the Speed of Light?
92 Meet MABEL: Worlds' Fastest 2-Legged Robot with Knees
93 On Wednesday, Amazon Will Unveil The "Kindle Fire"
94 Amazon Tablet So Hot It's On 'Fire'?
95 Facebook vs Google+: The ultimate feature faceoff
96 Facebook changes, Timeline and apps spark new privacy concerns
97 Virtual cloud monkeys go bananas writing Shakespeare
98 Monkeys at typewriters 'close to reproducing Shakespeare'
99 Is Your Car Company Tracking You?
100 Third Senator Says OnStar Now Violates Privacy
101 OnStar's Plan to Keep Tabs on Ex-Customers Riles Lawmakers
102 Five Good Reasons to Keep Your Eyes on Windows 8
103 Centuries-old Dead Sea Scrolls rolled out online
104 Unraveling the Dead Sea Scrolls: Six Fascinating Facts
105 Google, Israel Museum Put Dead Sea Scrolls Online
106 Dead Sea Scrolls Go Online as Google Joins Israel Museum to Help Scholars
107 Tablets Are Still Seen As Toys, Survey Says
108 Coffee cuts depression risk in women
109 A Couple Cups of Java May Keep the Blues Away
110 Brain Takes Multiple Hits from Low B12 Levels
111 Vitamin B12 deficiency may lead to cognitive problems
112 Low Vitamin B12 May Speed Brain Shrinkage
113 Low Vitamin B12 Linked to Smaller Brains and Cognitive Decline
114 Americans get too much healthcare, their docs say
115 Many in US get too much medical care: survey
116 Survey Shows Doctors Admit to Overtreating Patients
117 A closer look: Setting a 'safer' ozone level
118 Adding NovartisŐs Afinitor to Pfizer Drug Extends Cancer PatientsŐ Lives
119 Myths about cancer debunked