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1 Mesa Grande ruins to open to the public
2 Petroglyphs offer glimpse of early Native American life in the foothills and Sierra
3 Egypt's iconic antiquities chief fired
4 All Non-Africans Part Neanderthal, Genetics Confirm
5 Kyrgyz archaeologists unearth Buddha statue
6 Facsimile Edition of Pre-Columbian Manuscript Published in Mexico
7 Mesolithic 'rest stop' found at new Sainsbury's site
8 The Only Way is Londinium, Roman London is Revealed with Augmented Reality in New App
9 Technology to Throw New Light On Ancient Artifacts
10 Archaeology students dig into buffalo jump
11 Invasion of the Viking women unearthed
12 Central Texas dig yields evidence of ancient Texans
13 7,000-year-old archaeological site was a Stone Age rest area
14 Early Human Ancestors Walked Fully Upright Earlier Than Scientists Thought, Study Shows
15 California police arrest 100 over marijuana growing
16 The six best cities to get lost in
17 Roman jug unearthed at site of new theatre
18 600-year-old artifact found in Hells Canyon
19 Ancient Egyptian Royalty Wielded Serious Weapons
20 Protecting the tombs of the Tuyuhun Empire
21 Stone Age erotic art found in Germany
22 Found: Ancient Peruvian Executioner's Lost Head
23 Archaeologists Unearthing Major City-State in Western Jordan
24 What Was Machu Picchu For? Top Five Theories Explained
25 First Nation artifacts discovered, divert highway
26 In Palestinian city, diggers uncover biblical ruin
27 Archaeologists Discover High Priest's Bell?
28 Hideouts or Sacred Spaces?
29 Fast-Evolving Brains Helped Humans out of the Stone Age
30 Mexican Anthropologists Find Evidence of Cannibalistic Tribe
31 Ancient adze a mystery
32 Stone Age tomb unearthed in Scotland
33 Ancient battlefield canteen found in north China
34 Ancient Site in Nablus Re-excavated
35 Northampton archaeologists find man who could be 1,600-years-old
36 Part Ape, Part Human
37 The riddle of the Syriac double dot: The world's earliest question mark
38 Oxford University wants help decoding Egyptian papyri
39 War in Pre-Columbian Sumeria
40 Angkor Wat Facing an Uncertain Future
41 Madrid begins search for bones of Don Quixote author Miguel de Cervantes
42 3,000-year-old altar uncovered at Philistine site suggests cultural links to Jews
43 Archeologists discover church remains in Turkish ancient city
44 What is war good for? Sparking civilization, suggest UCLA archaeology findings from Peru
45 Carving of a reindeer could be the oldest rock art in Britain
46 Fossils Reveal that Maya People Knew about Prehistory
47 2500 year old Peruvian fire was war!
48 Tomb of St. Philip the Apostle discovered in Turkey's Denizli
49 Xanthos excavations turned over to Turkish archaeologists
50 Lapita pottery discovered for the first time in Vanua Levu
51 3,000 Roman 3rd Century coins found in Montgomery field
52 Bronze Age holy site studied in Italy
53 Mexican Archaeologists Find 2,800-Year-Old Monument
54 Archeologists to use radar to look for lost graves
55 Unearthing Traces of African-American Village Displaced by Central Park
56 Ancient City Mysteriously Survived Mideast Civilization Collapse
57 Tests confirm age of prehistoric carving in Wales
58 Relief found in W Turkey shows chariot race in ancient times
59 Archaeology team returns to historic NY fort site
60 Sewer repairs reveal early visitors to Sitka?
61 Egyptian tomb mystery may be world's first protractor
62 Dig through ancient Rome finds mosaic
63 Strength in numbers
64 Neanderthals Were Outnumbered to Death, Study Shows
65 New archaeological discovery illuminates practices from the copper age
66 Ancient Sacrificer Found With Blades in Peru Tomb?
67 2,800 year-old lion statue discovered at Tell Tayinat in Turkey
68 Obama unveils new car efficiency standards
69 Russia may lose 30% of permafrost by 2050
70 BMW rolls out electric i3 and i8 models
71 Japan denies censorship over nuclear crisis
72 NASA's Juno to circle Jupiter for 'planetary recipe'
73 World's largest radio telescope gears up in Chile
74 'Trojan' asteroid shares Earth's orbit
75 Researchers say humans crowded out Neanderthals
76 Lao forests feeding Vietnam industry, group says
77 Titanic explorer details new deep-sea journey
78 Space station to plunge into ocean at end in 2020
79 Strange Insect Incest May Spell the End for Males
80 Chimps vs. Humans: How Are We Different?
81 Is Weird July 2011 Calendar a Once-in-a-Lifetime Phenomenon?
82 Weird Moon Crater May Be Crash Site of Old NASA Spacecraft
83 'Cowboys & Aliens': UFO Sightings in the Wild West
84 South Korean scientists create glowing dog: report
85 Rare fossil of sea reptile found on Alaska beach
86 Poachers nabbed with world's rarest tortoise
87 Famed fossil isn't a bird after all, analysis says
88 Archaeopteryx no longer first bird
89 Injectable implant to help doctors save face
90 Fraud case we might have seen coming
91 One antibody to bind them all
92 Into the Swiss abyss
93 How to design a safer chemical
94 Dyslexia makes voices hard to discern, study finds
95 Woodland Trust searching for jubilee wood site
96 Gamer Chris Staniforth's death blamed on DVT
97 3D interactive journey into the Great Pyramid of Khufu
98 'Super antibody' fights off flu
99 El Bulli, 'world's best restaurant,' closes
100 China rail crash families reject compensation offer
101 Islamist militia 'shot Libya rebel Abdel Fattah Younes'
102 Iraq less safe than a year ago: US watchdog
103 Huge pot farm bust in Calif. national forest
104 Norway suspect eyed other government targets
105 Apple now has bigger cash reserve than U.S.
106 A first: Giant black hole caught eating hot gas
107 Ads on your Twitter feed? Say it isn't so!
108 Why humans are wild about apes and monkeys
109 Tale of wandering cougar seen as harbinger
110 Kreayshawn: Internet sensation turned mainstream viral
111 Improper bladder cancer treatment costing lives
112 Telomere length suggests poor people age faster: Study
113 Olivia Wilde "self-medicated" with food after divorce
114 AT&T to Limit Throughput for Heaviest Data Users with Unlimited Plans
115 AT&T to Throttle Mobile Users With 'Extraordinary' Data Use
116 Google Buys IBM Patents
117 Google buys more than 1,000 patents from IBM
118 World Population to Top 9 Billion by 2050, 49% Growth from Africa
119 World Population Predicted to Hit 7 Billion This Year
120 Are Internet Explorer users dumb?
121 Are Internet Explorer Users Dumber? Opera Users Smarter?
122 Internet Explorer Users Are Dumber, Study Shows
123 Browser Wars: Chrome vs. IE9 vs. Firefox
124 Just how stupid are IE users?
125 Internet Explorer Users Are Kinda Stupid, Study Suggests
126 Five things you didn't know about LED lightbulbs
127 Mac vs. PC via McDonald's Wi-Fi guide
128 Firefox PDF reader passes 'pixel-perfect' test
129 Obama Sets New Fuel-Efficiency Standards for Cars, Light Trucks
130 Facebook Offers $500 Bounty for Reporting Bugs: Why So Cheap?
131 Microsoft's Web map exposes phone, PC locations
132 Apple's iPhone 5 Could Solidify Global Market Position
133 Modern Human Invasion Caused Neanderthals' Extinction
134 Humans' Sheer Numbers Enabled Europe Dominance 40,000 Years Ago
135 Humans may have crowded out Neanderthals, study says
136 Muscle Mass Knocks Out Insulin Resistance
137 New Study Shows Link Between Muscle Mass And Lower Diabetes Risk
138 Walter Reed Army Medical Center: Former Patients Sad About Closure
139 Walter Reed Hospital Holds Closing Ceremony
140 Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Embryonic Stem-cell Research
141 Judge Dismisses Case That Challenged Stem Cell Research
142 Judge Backs Obama Order on Stem Cells
143 Court Ends Suit on Embryonic Stem Cell Research Policy
144 WHO: Hepatitis toll 'in millions'
145 Awareness can check spread of hepatitis B, C: Experts
146 Blue-green algae blooms found on Lake Winnebago
147 McDonald's Goes Blue...and Green?
148 Ouch! Google TV Returns Outnumber Sales