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1 Gadget Guide: Polaroid Z340 Digital Camera
2 Hockey Hits Can Lead to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
3 Study: Significant Number of Young Americans Get Arrested
4 Accused Ponzi Schemer Lying About Having Amnesia, Say Prosecutors
5 Maternal Health by the Numbers: 20 From '20/20'
6 5 Signs You're Headed for a Holiday Breakdown
7 Minnows reveal power of the 'uninformed'
8 Touchscreen devices distracting drivers
9 Naked mole rats evolved to handle acid
10 Supercomputer recreates the early cosmos
11 Souped up photosynthesis produces H2
12 Volcanoes slide silently to their death
13 Mega-quake clusters unlikely: study
14 Thames archive reveals long nitrate rise
15 Pygmy hippo caught on camera in Liberia
16 Stonehenge rocks Pembrokeshire link confirmed
17 Powys fossils 'shed new light' on ocean community evolution
18 Sun 'stops chickenpox spreading'
19 Bloodhound diary: Looking towards a supersonic New Year
20 Vaclav Havel and a climate of 'freedom'
21 'We want to prevent people getting dementia'
22 A Point of View: Climate change and craving a cause
23 English mistletoe is 'still under threat'
24 Free art in Shanghai
25 North Koreans mourn Kim Jong-il
26 Arrest warrant for Iraq Vice-President Tariq al-Hashemi
27 AT&T ends $39bn bid for T-Mobile USA
28 House Republicans want changes to payroll tax deal
29 Syria unrest: Dozens of army deserters 'gunned down'
30 Egypt unrest: Cairo clashes reveal deep divisions
31 Touchless smartphones and TVs could be on sale in 2012
32 Bangladeshi woman's husband 'chopped off her fingers'
33 America's disappearing post offices
34 Windows 8 to feature image sign-on system
35 Ex-Miss Venezuela Eva Ekvall dies of breast cancer
36 Bradley Manning case hears of secret computer files
37 HTC violates one Apple patent says US agency
38 Old republic Star Wars video game prepares to launch
39 BT sues Google over Android 'patent infringements'
40 Twitter gets $300m Saudi cash injection
41 Speak up! Tell your microwave, fridge and TV what to do
42 Minecraft creator designs Minicraft 'sequel' in 48 hours
43 Skype providing free Wi-Fi at airports over holidays
44 IBM: Mind reading within reach in 5 years
45 Facebook to sue Mark Zuckerberg? It gets weirder
46 New NASA rover studying space radiation
47 Kim Jong Il, N. Korean dictator, dies at 69
48 Cops: Woman burned in NYC elevator over $2K
49 Calif. teen Brandon McInerney sentenced to 21 years for point-blank murder of gay classmate
50 There Goes the Neighborhood
51 FDA warns man to stop donating sperm over internet
52 Police: Hells Angels funeral shooting suspect spotted in Bay Area
53 Man swings light saber, assaults toy store customers, Ore. police say
54 Ex-Boston Bruin Mike Milbury accused of assaulting 12-year-old
55 Ind. couple allegedly kept teenager in dog cage
56 Melinda Dennehy's Naked Pictures Popular with High School Students, Not With Police
57 Girl driving buggy in Amish Ohio area fatally shot
58 ITC sides with Apple in patent dispute with HTC
59 Vitamin D Prevents Fractures, But Role in Cancer Remains Unclear
60 After Century's Absence, Seabirds' Return Surprises Scientists
61 Smokers Who Quit Are Happier, Study Finds
62 Kim Jong-Il's Natural Death Typical for Dictators
63 How 13 of the World's Worst Dictators Died
64 Mystery Of Amazonian Tribe's Head Shapes Solved
65 Why Most Cultural Tastes Don't Spread on Facebook
66 Pharmacies Mislead Teens on Morning-After Pill
67 IBM Scientists Reveal 5 Life-Changing Innovations
68 Evolution of Genitals: Shape Matters More Than Size
69 Antarctic Ice Gets Wired for Long-Distance Calls
70 Meteorites Trigger Avalanches on Mars
71 Sun Rips Tail From Comet During Solar Close Encounter
72 HPV Vaccine Doesn't Make Teens Promiscuous
73 Life's Extremes: Democrat vs. Republican
74 Climate Change Brings Visitors to Parks Earlier
75 'Tis the Season to Visit Antarctica
76 Testosterone Treatment Increases Muscle, Study Says, Fueling Debate
77 Study Reveals Who Gets Late-Term Abortions
78 Two-Foot-Tall Woman Crowned 'World's Shortest'
79 Cloud Seeding Could Tame Hurricanes
80 New NASA Rover Studying Space Radiation En Route to Mars
81 Ancient Texts Tell Tales of War, Bar Tabs
82 Unlocking the Details to How Volcanoes Work
83 X-Ray Heartbeat May Reveal Smallest Black Hole Ever Found
84 Gum-Chewing Improves Test Performance, Study Suggests
85 N/A
86 Treating Pedophiles: Therapy Can Work, But It's a Challenge
87 Dreams Do Discriminate: Racial Makeup Mimics Real Life
88 Celestial 'Snow Angel' Dazzles in Hubble Telescope Photo
89 Europe's Particle Physicists to Plan New Future Strategy
90 'Silver Dollar' Galaxy Glistens in New Photo
91 First Guidelines for Lab Chimps Drawn Up
92 If '250 Calorie' Label Doesn't Stop You, '50 Minute Jog' Label Might
93 Gift-Giving Surprise: More Isn't Always Better
94 Brain-Eating Amoeba Fatalities Linked to Common Cold Remedy
95 Veterans May Face Tough Post-Iraq Readjustment
96 Despite Fatal NYC Accident, Elevators Still Safer than Stairs
97 Next ESA Astronaut Ready For Launch As Soyuz Rolls Out
98 Soyuz is cleared for its second Arianespace launch from the Spaceport
99 Orbital Selects Antares as Permanent Name For New Rocket Based On Taurus II Program
100 AMOS-5 Communications Satellite Successfully Launched
101 United Launch Alliance Marks Five Years of Mission Success With 56 Launches in 60 Months
102 RXTE Detects Heartbeat of Smallest Black Hole Candidate
103 A black hole's dinner is fast approaching
104 Early Black Holes Grew Big Eating Cold, Fast Food
105 As Soyuz Rolls ISS Crew Work On Science
106 Mankind faces long road in space exploration
107 Is there profit in outer space
108 Russian who helped put Gagarin in space dies at 99
109 New Insight into the centre of the Milky Way
110 Milky Way's Magnetic Fields Mapped with Highest Precision
111 A beast with four tails
112 Ancient stars shed light on the prehistory of the Milky Way
113 VISTA finds new globular star clusters and sees right through the Milky Way
114 How the Milky Way Got Its Spiral
115 Goddard Scientists Selected as Participating Scientists in Mars Lab and Cassini Missions
116 Ultra-compact dwarf galaxies are bright star clusters
117 First low-mass star detected in globular cluster
118 Supernova Caught in the Act
119 Hubble Images Help Pin Down ID of Supernova Companion
120 Experiment to Reveal How Key Elements Were Forged
121 Star Explosion Leaves Behind a Rose
122 Seeking a Pot of Geological Gold
123 Scientist Travel to Laguna Negra for Titan analog mission
124 SETI Search Resumes at Allen Telescope Array
125 Tidal Locking Could Render Habitable Planets Inhospitable
126 Nigeria launches satellite to replace earlier failed attempt
127 Africa pitches new promised land for astronomers
128 China celebrates success of space docking mission
129 NASA Reaffirms Agency Scientific Integrity Policy
130 NASA Takes Next Step In Developing Commercial Crew Program
131 Industry Leaders Discuss New Booster Development for Space Launch System
132 Fear Not A Supernova 2012
133 Meteorite Shock Waves Trigger Dust Avalanches on Mars
134 Phobos-Grunt mission now impossible says chief designer
135 System could be 'brain' for Mars rovers
136 Russia could join ExoMars as full partner
137 Failed Mars probe to fall to Earth
138 Acra Control Proven in Low Earth Orbit
139 Comet Lovejoy Plunges into the Sun and Survives
140 Using many instruments to track a comet
141 Vega moves closer to its first liftoff
142 Opportunity at One of its Two Winter Spots
143 Opportunity to Stop and Study Rocks
144 Opportunity Spent Holiday at 'Turkey Haven'
145 Opportunity Continutes To Scout For Site To Winter In
146 Scientists find microbes in lava tube living in conditions like those on Mars
147 In Search Of A Wet Warm Life Filled Mars
148 Life possible on 'large parts' of Mars: study
149 Tiangong-1 orbiter starts planned cabin checks against toxic gas
150 Arianespace Completes 2011 Launch Manifest With Successful Soyuz Campaign
151 NASA Announces: Dragon To The Space Station
152 NASA to change private spacecraft plans