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1 US: Bluefin Tuna Probably OK After BP Oil Spill
2 6 Chinese Arrested for Turtle Catch in Philippines
3 Ex-UN Climate Chief to AP: Talks Are Rudderless
4 Samsung Can Sell Disputed Devices in US, for Now
5 If Laws Change, 'Penny Hoarders' Could Cash in on Thousands of Dollars
6 Protests at climate change summit in Durban
7 Postcard from Lisbon, Portugal
8 Super squid surfaces in Antarctic
9 Who is the real Mark Zuckerberg?
10 How the contraceptive pill changed Britain
11 'Teachers didn't see after-effects of my meningitis'
12 Phone for psychological help 'while waiting for a bus'
13 Russians vote in Duma poll seen as referendum on Putin
14 Brazil football legend Socrates dies at 57
15 Syria unrest: Arab league issues new Sunday deadline
16 Giant pandas arrive in Edinburgh from China
17 Canary Island volcano: A new island in the making?
18 Afghan peace at stake in Bonn
19 Italy's exclusive ailments
20 Bollywood legend Dev Anand dies at 88 in London
21 Ukulele star Bill Tapia dies aged 103
22 Iranians claim to down US drone
23 Detroit in a hostile takeover bid?
24 Herman Cain drops White House bid
25 Newt Gingrich: Poor kids don't work "unless it's illegal"
26 Murder or suicide: How did Jocelyn Earnest die?
27 As Putin plans to stay, many Russians want out
28 Most insane, brilliant video of flying human ever
29 Boy throws rocks at cars, shot by crossbow
30 Clinton flies home to fete Kennedy Center honorees
31 Election violations alleged as Russians vote
32 4 aboard small plane that crashed in Colorado
33 Amnesty International calls for arrest of George W. Bush
34 Does the Tea Party still matter?
35 Jewish GOP group: Ron Paul too extreme for our forum
36 Sarah Palin reportedly "infuriated" Fox News chief
37 Apple fails to block Samsung tablet and smartphone sales in the U.S.
38 Samsung can sell disputed devices in US, for now
39 Australia court extends Samsung Galaxy Tab sales ban
40 U.S. Judge Denies Apple's Request to Ban Samsung Smartphones, Tablet
41 Algae helps explains Antarctic ice sheet formation
42 Antarctic ice formed at CO2 levels much higher than today's
43 Fall in CO2 led to Antarctic ice sheet formation
44 New Chemical Elements Honor Livermore Lab and Russia's Flerov Lab
45 Flerovium, Livermorium set to join periodic table
46 Periodic table to welcome two new elements
47 NASA: Kepler telescope discovers strange new planet
48 Newfound alien planet is hot enough to melt iron
49 Kepler spots Earth-sized exoplanet ideal for barbecues
50 Life Out There: Hot on Trail of 'Just Right' Far-Off Planet
51 Carrier IQ: Blame operators, not us
52 AT&T, Sprint Sued by Customers Over Carrier IQ Tracking Software
53 Programmers Shred Pentagon's Paper Puzzle Challenge
54 Team claims $50,000 for decoding shredded messages
55 'All Your Shreds Are Belong To US' wins DARPA shredder challenge
56 iPhone virtual assistant Siri has her flaws, but she's learning
57 ACLU to Apple: Fix Siri's birth-control black hole
58 Oh, for the Good Old Days of Rude Cellphone Gabbers
59 The new YouTube: Simpler, more like TV
60 YouTube users ticked at channel-focused redesign
61 YouTube's big redesign is all about you
62 Viewers to see a new YouTube
63 No more SMSes, apps the way to go
64 Apple pulls Match.com app for violating App Store policy, skirting 30% cut
65 Mobile apps hit 1 million magic mark in four years
66 Mobile Apps Approaching Major Milestone of 1 Million Apps in Marketplace: Mobilewalla
67 Arctic has taken a turn for the warmer
68 Study: Arctic is warmer, will remain so
69 Goodbye 'Jetsons' Car: Aptera Runs Out of Gas
70 Aptera Motors Closing: Electric Car Maker Fails To Woo Investors
71 Issa-Supported Aptera Closes Without Receiving U.S. Vehicle Loan
72 Green Vehicle Startup Aptera Folds
73 High Level Of Waste In Health Spending, Says Medicare And Medicaid Boss
74 As much as 30% of Medicare, Medicaid spending is waste, programs' chief says
75 Obama Says He Will Seek More Money for AIDS Programs
76 Radical AIDS research funded in Canada
77 A battle against AIDS for ethnic survival
78 How to Build on Success Against AIDS in Africa
79 Insight: Stem cell therapy poised to come in from the cold
80 As human-embryo stem cell research fades into obsolescence, political fallout crystallizes
81 Report: Food stamps redeemed for Starbucks treats
82 Food stamps for frappuccinos: Outrage as it's revealed handouts for the poor are being used to buy $5 premium Starbucks coffees
83 Experts turn sour on fruit juice
84 Study: Fruits, vegetables and other foods with anti-oxidants reduced stroke risk
85 Diet Loaded With Veggies, Fruits, Whole Grains May Cut Stroke Risk
86 Eating fruits, veggies may lower stroke risk
87 Diet Rich in Antioxidants May Cut Stroke Risk
88 What Bomb Buried in Obamacare?
89 Little Known Provision in ObamaCare A Boon to Consumers
90 Insurer group AHIP spent $2.4M on 3Q lobbying
91 An Ultrathin Brain Implant Monitors Seizures
92 Getting Health Data from Inside Your Body
93 SMS Data Link Keeps Tabs on the Lions
94 Exposing the Cost of Health Care
95 In Search of the Ideal Grid Battery
96 Tiny Magnets Could Clear Diseases from the Blood
97 Advance Could Challenge China's Solar Dominance
98 Fluorescent Spray Could Help Surgeons Identify Cancer Quickly
99 Eating App Tells You How Healthy--or Not--Your Meal Was
100 The Personal Computer Is Dead
101 A New Coating Promises the End of Smudges
102 Gasoline Fuel Cell Would Boost Electric Car Range
103 If Facebook Made a Phone, Would You Friend It?
104 Disease in a Dish
105 Video Search Solves the News Segmentation Problem
106 Human Brain Is Limiting Global Data Growth, Say Computer Scientists
107 Printing Bones in 3-D
108 Bionic Contact Lenses Point to a Heads-Anywhere Display
109 First Demonstration Of Opto-Electronic Reservoir Computing
110 The 10 Most Hilariously Geeky Fake Twitter Streams
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