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1 Jurors must lay off Twitter, Facebook, iPhones and all else for Barry Bonds trial
2 Study: Mom's blood test can reveal Down syndrome
3 Heavy rains kill at least 25 people in Angola
4 UK's Huhne says unrest shows need to wean off oil
5 Biogen to build blood disorder drug franchise
6 New Zombie-Ant Fungi Found
7 Males 'Rev. Up' Genes to Offset Shortcomings
8 NASA scientist finds 'alien life' fossils
9 U.S. Security Depends on Energy Innovation
10 New 'Jaguar' Catfish Found in Amazon
11 Arctic's Spring Phytoplankton Blooms Arrive Earlier
12 Blowouts onshore: Fear, pollution, uncertainty
13 Air Force launches space plane 1 day after delay
14 Secretive X-37B Space Plane Launches on New Mystery Mission
15 Thai Girl Sets World's Hairiest Child Record
16 Wildlife Groups Seek U.S. 'Endangered' Status for African Lions
17 Libya forces try to halt rebel move toward capital
18 Gay legislators having impact in marriage debates
19 Fearing God Not Gaddafi: Libya's New Mujahideen
20 Why is Turkey Arresting Journalists?
21 White House considers tapping oil reserves
22 Vt. maple syrup makers try gadget to extend season
23 21 airlines fined for fixing passenger, cargo fees
24 New Egypt PM names most of new Cabinet
25 New Mexico governor targets film incentives for cuts
26 US commandos capture 4 suspected pirates in raid
27 Sunnyvale: Three nursing home workers charged with elder abuse
28 Sunnyvale's Da Kine Cafe to host benefit for American Cancer Society
29 BART riders unhappy about dirty seats
30 Pompeii exhibit in NYC shines light on buried city
31 HIV protesters tell India to defy EU drug demands
32 Why Doctors Are Ordering Too Many CT Scans and MRIs
33 Extra Tests Not a Deterrent to Experimental Cancer Therapy
34 U.S. team makes key memory cells in lab dish
35 National focus on debate on Muslim radicalization
36 Cuban court to rule in U.S. contractor case
37 Numbers in the News: End Foreign Aid, Save Economy? It Doesn't Add Up
38 UFO Reports: Any Truth to Britain's Real X-Files?
39 Do People Lie More On the Internet?
40 New Video Games Expand Vast 'Pokemon' Empire
41 Air Force Launches Space Plane 1 Day After Delay
42 Hefner Succeeds in Bid to Take Playboy Private
43 $430k Love Settlement Shows Tweets Can Be Costly
44 Who's Counting: Testing and Hiring Disparities Need Not Imply Bias
45 Study vs. Study: The Decline Effect and Why Scientific 'Truth' So Often Turns Out Wrong
46 Who's Counting: Non-Transitivity in Baseball, Medicine, Gambling and Politics
47 Who's Counting: Crooked Coins, Fair Probabilities and Strange Sequences
48 Did Winston Churchill Order a UFO Cover-Up?
49 UFOs on the Ballot: Denver to Vote on Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission
50 Alien Life? NASA-Funded Study Questioned
51 Redefinition: Humpty Dumpty and the News
52 Who's Counting: Jobs, Health Care, and Twitter
53 UFO in China's Skies Prompts Investigation
54 Medical Statistics Don't Always Mean What They Seem to Mean
55 Insider Trading: Supermarket Lines, the Stock Market and Chance
56 'Lost Symbol': Dan Brown's New Book Has Nothing on Real-Life Conspiracies
57 True Tabloid Headlines--Or Are They?
58 Alarmist Numbers: Female Happiness, Containing Fires and Health Care Satisfaction
59 Nudging: How to Get People to Do the Right Thing
60 New Blasphemy Law in Ireland
61 Pumpkin May Fight Yeast Infections
62 The Numerati: Big Brother in a Chip
63 Why Do We Believe That Catastrophes Come in Threes?
64 A Cancer Drug From Sunny Thailand?
65 Problem With Drug Studies: The Patients?
66 Seduction 101 for Logicians and Economists
67 Headache Relief: Best-Ever Home Remedies
68 Strong Beliefs About Vaccines Work Both Ways
69 Wes Leonard: Michigan High School Basketball Star Dies After Game-Winning Shot
70 Hefty Heart Attack Grill Spokesman Dies at 29
71 570-Pound Arizona Model Hired to Promote Heart Attack Grill
72 Nutritionist Does Twinkie and Steak Diet, Loses Weight
73 Shingles Hard to Bear, Vaccine Hard to Get
74 Dr. Besser's Notebook: The Fallout of Fraud
75 Child Deaths Prompt FDA Warning on Cough Drug
76 Processed Meat: Packing Your Children's School Lunches
77 UK rocket test for 1,000mph car
78 EU backs away from 30% emissions target, leak shows
79 Lab-grown brain cells should aid research into Alzheimer's
80 Are birds of prey back?
81 A day trip to Chernobyl
82 Libya removes itself from the net
83 Hope for early bowel cancer DNA test
84 'Unethical' anaesthetics research is retracted
85 Phineas Gage: The man with a hole in his head
86 'Cooled' baby Ella shows no signs of brain damage
87 Discovery team bids adieu to space station crew
88 Would you buy a self-driving car?
89 In pursuit of the universe's first galaxy
90 NASA scientist: Evidence of alien life on meteorite
91 Homeland Security bows to Real ID outcry
92 Egypt's top archaeologist cites "grave danger" to sites
93 Was Hamlet a melancholy Dane: That is the question
94 Unlimited usage of music downloads on the horizon?
95 State Dept. to Americans: Stay away from Yemen
96 Mom sheltering child dies in La. tornado
97 2 workers rescued from burning oil platform
98 Kerry: A Libyan no-fly zone is not intervention
99 Skippy reduced fat peanut butter recalled
100 Can busy moms heed health advice? Erica Hill aims to find out
101 NASA satellite crashes to Earth
102 Early microscopes offered sharp vision
103 China announces energy-saving plans
104 Spanish researchers campaign to change science law
105 Libya's 'extraordinary' archaeology under threat
106 Enzyme can strengthen memories
107 Seafront property attracts ancient Californians
108 How tumours resist chemotherapy