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1 AT&T: T-Mobile 3G phones will need to be replaced
2 AT&T to buy T-Mobile USA for $39bn
3 Boston hospital performs full face transplant
4 Special Report: Fuel storage, safety issues vexed Japan plant
5 BP resumes ops after power surges at Texas City refinery
6 Grains of Asteroid Dust Get a Good Going-Over in Japan
7 EU fails to agree on nuclear stress tests
8 Vladimir Komarov and the Cause of Space Disasters
9 Saudi Shi'ite protests simmer as Bahrain conflict rages
10 Climate change: UN parties complete inventory of pledges
11 Data of the Dead: Digital Life Creates Legacy Problems
12 Report: MIT makes strides with women scientists
13 USDA funds research on crops and climate change
14 Japan quake loaded stress on fault closer to Tokyo
15 5 myths about nuclear energy
16 Stronger nuclear safety standards needed: IAEA chief
17 World Bank sees Japan slowdown as temporary
18 Swallowed By the Sea
19 BP reports flaring at L.A.-area refinery: filing
20 Developing countries bid for climate change litigation
21 No quick fix seen at Japan's nuclear plant
22 Gates: US expects to hand off Libya lead in 'days'
23 WHO: Real risk if radiation contaminates food
24 Kids safest in rear-facing car seats until age 2
25 A quinceanera dream comes true
26 Colonial Williamsburg to offer Civil War tour
27 Study Ties Asthma to Higher Odds for Diabetes, Heart Disease
28 Red Cross redeploys in Benghazi, aids Libya
29 Positive skin cancer drug data boosts Roche
30 Pianist Roger Williams battling pancreatic cancer
31 Health law at one year: Future still in question
32 Happy 5th Birthday, Twitter! 10 Top Tweets of the Past 5 Years
33 The Year in Tweets
34 Still on Hold? Twitter Can Rescue You From Customer Service Line Waits
35 Mars Lander 'Tweets' at Space Fans
36 The Revolution Will Be Twittered
37 I Am Woman, Hear My (Web) Roar
38 Wow O Wow: More Than Coffee Talk
39 BOOK EXCERPT: 'The Feminine Mistake'
40 AT&T, T-Mobile Deal: What Could It Mean for Consumers?
41 R.I.P. Knut: Fans Wonder How Star Polar Bear Died
42 Immigration Officials to Family of Ailing Children: Go Home
43 Thumbelina Kids: Tiny as Dolls, They Strive to Fit In
44 Libyan Attacks Intensify but Coalition Strained
45 Missile Strike Hits Building in Gadhafi's Compound
46 Exclusive: Saif Gadhafi 'Surprised' by Coalition Attack, Says Americans Supporting Terrorists
47 With Rewards, Zynga Hopes to Get You (more) Hooked
48 What AT&T-T-Mobile Deal Could Mean for Customers
49 Google Says China Blocking Its Email Services
50 Young People With Old Souls Prefer Records to CDs
51 Japan Quake Loaded Stress on Fault Closer to Tokyo
52 Sex Study Shatters Myth of College Girls Cavorting With Girls
53 Son of Iowa Lesbians Fights Gay Marriage Ban
54 Meredith Baxter Alleges Ex-Husband David Birney Abused Her
55 Flexisexual: Girls Who Kiss Girls, But Like Boys
56 'Gayby Boom' Fueled by Same-Sex Parents
57 Surrogacy Law: Conn. Gives Non-Genetic Parents Legal Rights
58 Transgender Ridicule: Models to 'Saturday Night Live' Sketches
59 Gay Immigrants Deported, Even in Legal Marriages
60 Baby Carriers: Cold Cash or Warm Heart?
61 What Might Older Fathers of Toddlers Bring to Their Constituents?
62 Drew Peterson's Son to Graduate Valedictorian
63 Cookies May Help Kids Beat Milk Allergy
64 More Men Seeking the Mid-Life Nip/Tuck
65 The PRC: Plastic Republic of China
66 Immigration Officials to Family of Ailing Children: Go Home
67 Scientists Recreate Autism With One Gene
68 5 New Ways To Beat Bloat
69 Calculating wrens invest in their future
70 Messenger enters Mercury orbit
71 Museum unveils Columbian mammoth
72 Japan will overcome crisis--IAEA
73 Japan rebuild could take five years, World Bank says
74 Crowd-sourcing aids Japan crisis
75 EU nuclear 'stress-test' gets ministers' backing
76 Full face transplant for US man
77 Rare albatross is unique species
78 UK nuclear plants must go ahead, says EDF
79 Frome Hoard of Roman coins to stay in Somerset
80 Japan will overcome crisis--IAEA
81 Drones 'winning' war against al-Qaeda, says ex-CIA head
82 North Wales hillfort test of Iron Age communication
83 Tablet time: Tablet computers take on the workplace
84 Gaddafi 'not targeted' by allied strikes
85 Google says China disrupting e-mail service
86 Twitter, telegram and e-mail: Famous first lines
87 Going to Harvard from your own bedroom
88 Libya: Missile strike destroys Gaddafi 'command centre'
89 Hobbit filming finally under way
90 Medvedev rejects Putin 'crusade' remark over Libya
91 France fines Google over Street View data blunder
92 German vandals target Street View opt-out homes
93 Twitter celebrates its fifth birthday
94 'Worst song ever' gets 29m views after going viral
95 Early-warning diabetes test hope
96 Calls for protection for doctors in Bahrain and Libya
97 Apple slammed for approving "gay cure" app
98 Comet Harley 2 revealing secrets--slowly
99 Twitter at 5: powerful social force
100 Poll: AT&T's blockbuster deal for T-Mobile
101 Unusual number of harp seals land on U.S. shores
102 Maiden flight for Boeing's 747-8 Intercontinental
103 Facebook may mean more jail time for S.C. inmates
104 U.S. fires cruise missiles on Libyan air defenses
105 Nude cyber-images of some 50 female stars stolen
106 Qaddafi fires back with promise of "a long war"
107 N. African refugees overwhelm Sicilian island
108 American teacher found dead in Japan
109 WHO: Real risk if radiation contaminates food
110 Quake shakes Japan's science
111 US government scientists test limits of conflict rules
112 China hints at science-funding reform
113 Biodiversity's ills not all down to climate change
114 Eyes in the sky track Libyan abuses
115 Funding to help save plant diversity secured
116 Home-birth study investigated
117 Hopping the fence
118 Music is all in the mind
119 Radiation data from Japanese disaster starts to filter out
120 Gene therapy offers hope for Parkinson's disease
121 Slow evolvers win in the end
122 Extra-terrestrial research goes on
123 Hydrogen Fuel Cells One Step Closer with New Recycling Method
124 Data of the Dead: Digital Life Creates Legacy Problems
125 Quartz Could Hold Key to a Quake Mystery
126 Lifestyle Change Still Trumps Best Diabetes Drug
127 Food Allergies More Common in Older Siblings
128 Health App Downloads Soar, But Do They Work?
129 Balloons Flying Over Antarctica May Help Solve Radiation Mystery
130 Will GPS Systems Be Affected by Japan's Earthquake?
131 Sneaky 'Slow' Earthquakes Can Cause Outsize Tsunamis
132 Artificially Intelligent Rockets Could Slash Launch Costs
133 Cost to Identify All Unknown Animals: $263 Billion
134 Head Deformity Ignites Debate Among Baby Experts
135 Hair-growth Drug Tied to Male Sexual Problems