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1 Inside Motorola's Xoom: Plenty of horsepower
2 Study: PSA rise not good prostate cancer predictor
3 NOAA scientists cleared in climate email review
4 Venezuela: US, allies fomenting Libya's violence
5 Scientists make transgenic fungus to fight malaria
6 Medical Groups Warn Of Climate Change's Potential Impact on Health
7 Shoppers wary of GM foods find they're everywhere
8 Clinton: Too much ethanol could spark food riots
9 The Science and Myths of Stuttering in 'The King's Speech'
10 Genetic tests show fire ants in Asia came from US
11 Earliest human remains in US Arctic reported
12 Europe divided over Italy's warnings of Libya exodus
13 11,500-Year-Old Remains of Cremated 3-Year-Old Discovered
14 Jerry Brown's tough choice: green energy in hard economic times
15 Libyan mercenaries: captured Africans deny charges
16 When Flight Attendants Attack! Nine epic tales of cabin crew behaving badly
17 Europeans Opting for MBAs Closer to Home
18 Republicans move to kill housing rescue programs
19 Mexican drug gang suspects rounded up
20 Tea party vision for Mont. raising concerns
21 Schools boost efforts to ID fake student addresses
22 Board votes to send layoff letters to RI teachers
23 Alaska senators upset over TSA's Iditarod decision
24 Airlines raise prices again as oil rises
25 AP Interview: IOC official dispels food defense
26 Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids May Benefit Kids
27 College Kids Often Feel Guilty About Texting in Class: Survey
28 U.S. may pay for sex disease tests for elderly
29 PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer Dips in Large U.S. Health Network
30 Herceptin May Boost Long-Term Survival After Aggressive Breast Cancer
31 Newer Drug May Help Prevent Fracture in Men With Prostate Cancer
32 Study sees benefit to early menopause hot flashes
33 Taking after master: US pets obese, too, study finds
34 NJ airport screener admits stealing from travelers
35 American recalls 200 more flight attendants
36 Europe Conservatives' New Scapegoat: Multiculturalism
37 US returns stolen archive documents to Russia
38 Special report: The biggest company you never heard of
39 China's Web Police Block US Ambassador's Name
40 Libya's 'Love Revolution': Muslim Dating Site Seeds Protest
41 Diving into 'Do Not Track'
42 Student-Generated Website Reveals Secrets of Job Interviews
43 More T-Mobile USA Subscribers Flee
44 Tweeter Pretending to Be Rahm Emanuel Disappears
45 Huawei Says It Wants to Ease US Security Fears
46 Discovery's Last Crew All Experienced Space Fliers
47 NYC Homeless Man Finds Daughter Through Twitter
48 Gunmen on Rooftops Fire on Tripoli Marchers
49 Born This Way: Childhood Photos of Gay Adults
50 After Wife's Death, Dark Secrets of Utah Doctor Revealed
51 How Did Egypt Kill the Internet?
52 Egypt's Internet service blockade unprecedented
53 Why Tyrants Like Twitter
54 Gadhafi Compares Himself to Queen Elizabeth, Says Libya's Youth are on Hallucinogens
55 How to Deal with an Untethered Dictator? Almost Like a Hostage Negotiator
56 Top 9 Twitter Faux Pas
57 Organ Donation: Should Younger Patients Get Better Kidneys?
58 Cancer Patients Consider Sexuality Key to Feeling Good Again
59 Study Knocks Diagnostic Value of Prostate Cancer Screening Test
60 Paralyzed Gymnast Walks After 'Frozen Spine' Treatment
61 Teva Pharmaceuticals Wants to Lift Age Restrictions on Morning After Pill
62 The Low-Cost Health Care Option You Never Heard Of
63 Half of Americans Have Pre-Existing Health Conditions
64 Scientists see the birth of a new planet
65 Hot flashes may be a sign of good heart
66 Cool laser makes atoms march in time
67 Sulphur secrets uncovered
68 Shuttle Discovery sets out on last voyage
69 How a Smilodon sabretooth cat closed its gaping mouth
70 Courts 'will reject test secrecy'
71 South Africa: Toxic water 'threatens Johannesburg'
72 Sea turtles' migration mystery is 'solved'
73 Indonesian mud volcano flow 'to last 26 years'
74 Mouse heart 're-grows when cut,' study shows
75 New UK beetle species discovered in Sussex
76 LinkedIn hit as China clamps down on dissident talk
77 Enigma genius Alan Turing papers saved for the nation
78 Trio of electric vehicles end emission-free world tour
79 Microsoft Kinect-powered robot to aid earthquake rescue
80 Business cards side-lined by digital contact revolution
81 Southampton University pilots spyplane design course
82 Authentic Venice
83 The Turing papers: Saved
84 Fertility treatment success is not prevented by stress
85 Tainted IV fluid 'kills 13 pregnant women' in India
86 South Africa falls for horror cash-for-organs stunt
87 Breast milk ice cream goes on sale in Covent Garden
88 Fox lived in the Shard skyscraper at London Bridge
89 New Zealand quake: The epicentre town
90 Tripoli protesters 'under fire'
91 Protesters killed in Iraqi 'day of rage'
92 US growth estimate in surprise downward revision
93 Afghan probe says NATO killed dozens of Kunar civilians
94 Tablet wars get underway: Motorola Xoom review
95 Does Facebook cause friends to fight?
96 The King's stutter: Blame his genes
97 Science as you've never before seen it
98 Why are baby dolphins washing ashore in Gulf?
99 Site shows how U.S. family lived 11k years ago
100 Space shuttle Discovery launches on final flight
101 Ancient remains found of "Walking Cactus"
102 Alchemy gaining respect, centuries after its heyday
103 Scientists: We may have detected a cosmic first
104 Oral sex now main cause of oral cancer: Who faces biggest risk?
105 Troubled banks rise to highest level in 18 years
106 Girl's "help" note leads to mom's DWI arrest
107 U.N. condemns Libya and orders abuse probe
108 Understanding advances in chronic pain control
109 Rally keeps up reform pressure on Egypt leaders
110 Man to pay fine for smoking cigar in his own apartment: Why?
111 U.S. may pay for sex disease tests for elderly: Should taxpayers pony up?
112 Will doctor advise surgery? Depends on zip code
113 N/A
114 Tommy John surgery possible for Adam Wainwright: What it is, and who's had it (PICTURES)
115 Big Apple bans smoking in public: Have health police run amok?
116 Dealing with toothpaste options overload
117 Brazilian Blowout: Are trendy hair treatments dangerous?
118 Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch (Thunderbolt)
119 MacBook Pro early 2011 benchmarks confirm huge performance leap
120 MacBook Pro vs. Dell XPS: Is MacBook Pro Worth the Dough?
121 Google Revamps Its Search Engine
122 Google Changes Search Algorithm to Marginalize Content Farms
123 Google to content farms: It's war
124 Bing Adds Facebook 'Likes' To Search Results
125 Bing Broadens Facebook Integration
126 Bing deepens 'liked results' Facebook integration
127 How to be a savvy Mac software shopper
128 Apple Gets Back to Basics in Mac OS X Lion
129 Apple shares Mac OS X Lion with security experts
130 Mac OS X Lion: A Quick Peek at Its Current State
131 Apple ships preview of Lion OS, reveals new features
132 What we know about Mac OS X Lion
133 Apple releases Mac OS X Lion preview to security experts
134 Mac OS X Lion roars like an iPad
135 Mobile etiquette getting worse, not better--poll
136 Report: Misuse of Mobile Devices Running Rampant
137 Mobile device etiquette keeps going down the drain, survey finds
138 The Conversation: Mobile Etiquette Falls Short, Experts Say
139 UPDATE 1--Apple to host event, iPad 2 in the wings
140 All tablets sold in Q3 2010 Tablet were iPads, well almost
141 Apple rumored to release 3rd iPad this winter, redesigned MacBook Pro in 2012
142 Google Tool to Move Microsoft Files to Web
143 Even Microsoft's CIO Struggles With Cloud, Consumer Devices
144 Archaeologists Find 11,500-Year-Old Grave With Cremated 3-Year-Old
145 Ice Age Child Found in Prehistoric Alaskan Home
146 Child's burial in Alaska highlights Paleolithic settlement of America
147 FDA Says No to Gaucher Drug
148 Having a Baby: Stress Doesn't Hamper Fertility Treatment, Researchers Conclude
149 'The King's Speech' Brings Awareness to Stuttering Gene Discovery
150 Genetically Altered Foods Are 'Growing,' Literally
151 Cuccinelli compliments ruling supporting health care reform
152 Third Federal Judge Rules ACA Constitutional
153 Washington judge tosses healthcare lawsuit, count now at 3-2
154 Roche's 'Brilliant Concept' Fades After Studies Make Cancer Doctors Pause
155 N/A
156 Newborn Mice Able To Regrow Heart To Be "Fully Functional," Study Finds
157 Damaged hearts could one day repair themselves, mouse study suggests
158 Newborn mice regrow lost heart muscle. Could we?
159 PSA Velocity Doesn't Help Predict Prostate Cancer: Study
160 Prostate-Specific Antigen Velocity No Indication for Biopsy
161 Study Knocks Diagnostic Value of PSA Velocity
162 Infecting Mosquitoes With Genetically Altered Fungus Curbs Malaria Parasite
163 Fungus Knocks Out Malaria In Mosquitoes
164 A Fungal 'Vaccine' for Malaria-Carrying Mosquitoes
165 In Malaria Fight, Enhanced Fungus Shows Promise