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1 Exclusive: U.S. Sees Syria Prepping Chemical Weapons for Possible Attack
2 3-D Printed Gun Only Lasts 6 Shots
3 Oops! Did Vice Just Give Away John McAfee's Location With Photo Metadata?
4 iPhone Sales Shifting Away From Flagship Model
5 Will a Secret Private Manned Mission to the Moon Be Announced This Week?
6 Curiosity Rover Finds Simple Organics, But Long Path Remains to Determine Life
7 Attack of the Mutant Pupfish
8 Recycled Shipping Containers to Combat UK's Homelessness Problem
9 Review: Jawbone Up
10 The 61 Countries a Mad Despot Could Instantly Unplug From the Internet
11 Microsoft's Big Ad Push Is the Latest of Its Brilliant Hits, Gnarly Misses
12 Induction Charging Comes to Public Transit
13 Broken IKEA Lamp? Designer 3-D Prints His Own
14 Castles in Space: a 50-Year Survey of Gravity-Assist Space Travel
15 iRobot Founder Now Building Tiny Hovering Drone Spies
16 Social Media Is Eating Our Lives (And Pinterest Is Chewing Fastest)
17 It Just Got a Lot Harder to Get Into Y Combinator
18 The Next Big OS War Is in Your Dashboard
19 The Pope Joins Twitter, Gets Questions About Human Centipede, McRib
20 Watch the First Flight of Europe's Killer Drone Prototype
21 Internet Hangs in Balance as World Governments Meet in Secret
22 Revealed: eBay's Scheme to Get You Anything You Want in an Hour
23 Alt Text: Capture a Light-Field and Digitally Manipulate It, It'll Last Longer
24 Internet Users Shouldn't Have to Pay the Price of This International Treaty
25 VW Jetta Turbo Hybrid Hits 49.9 MPG in Road-Trip Race
26 PhoneScope 3D Gives iPhone Users A High-Res 3D Scanner in Their Pocket
27 Cannibalism key to seaweed evolution
28 Rover finds organic compounds on Mars
29 Older brains more vulnerable to fraud
30 Fossil raindrops probe ancient atmosphere
31 Ghana solar energy plant set to be Africa's largest
32 Virgin spaceship aims to be science lab
33 South Africa to use aircraft against rhino poachers
34 'Binge-drinking gene' discovered
35 Animal test ban favoured by a third in BBC poll
36 Mars rover's big Sam lab up and running
37 Nuclear power: EDF extends life of two UK plants
38 Alaskan black guillemots fight ice retreat
39 Shape-shifting robot made by MIT scientists
40 New age of exploration in the hunt for extreme life
41 Harrabin's Notes: Broken engagement
42 Humpback whales creating stir off Ireland
43 Eating using all your senses
44 How tall can a Lego tower get?
45 Tokyo's jazz kissa survive
46 Syria crisis: NATO in chemical weapons warning
47 Iranian TV shows off 'captured US ScanEagle drone'
48 William visits pregnant Kate on second day in hospital
49 Two arrests in south-west France 'over Merah case'
50 Disability history month: Was Tamerlane disabled?
51 Who, What, Why: Will the Pope's tweets be infallible?
52 Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe charged over fan death
53 Paying for sex: Women's groups call for EU-wide ban
54 Student group to take Facebook to task in Irish court
55 Is our political view really encoded in our genes?
56 Logistics: Distribution tech spreads Christmas cheer
57 Motorola fails to win Xbox ban in US and Germany
58 BBC's Red Button service gets a makeover
59 Anonymous target revenge porn site owner Hunter Moore
60 Blackberry BBM Money app to launch in Indonesia
61 Many pupils with cancer bullied, charity says
62 Nurses in drive for 'compassionate care'
63 Viewpoint: How happiness changes with age
64 Severe morning sickness can be 'traumatic'
65 Cancer: Not only a rich-world disease
66 Viewpoint: Does deafness contribute to dementia?
67 Philippines typhoon 'kills dozens'
68 Three to be charged over Dutch football linesman death
69 NASA's deep-space station idea lacks White House approval
70 What went wrong with The Daily?
71 Lions face shrinking savannahs in Africa
72 Zimmerman's lawyers release bloody nose photo
73 Poll: GOP to blame if "fiscal cliff" talks fail
74 Prince William visits pregnant Kate in hospital
75 Iran claims it captured U.S. drone
76 25 colleges with the worst professors
77 Prince William and Kate expecting a baby
78 U.S. intel indicates Syria ramping up chemical weapons bases
79 FDA unveils medical device pact to speed up industry
80 Repetitive brain injuries linked to damage later on in life
81 Lab tech pleads not guilty to infecting 32 New Hampshire patients with hepatitis C
82 Missing Ariz. girl with leukemia could die if not found
83 CDC warns flu season off to earliest start in decade
84 Upcoming Alzheimer's studies may change how disease is treated
85 Duchess Kate hospitalized for hyperemesis gravidarum: What is it?
86 31 hospitalized after carbon monoxide leak at Atlanta school
87 Most heartburn patients can skip upper endoscopy, guidelines say
88 Major study of athletes' brains links head injuries to brain damage
89 Pesticides in tap water linked to food allergy risk
90 Trader Joe's recalls frozen butter chicken meals over possible Listeria
91 Asperger's syndrome dropped from American Psychiatric Association manual
92 Drought May Have Killed Sumerian Language
93 Teen Girls Who Smoke Harm Their Bones
94 Treating Gum Disease May Treat Erectile Dysfunction
95 Diet Helps Prevent Repeat Heart Attacks
96 Diabetes Drug May Help Ovarian Cancer Patients Live Longer
97 Consumers Contemplate Walmart Mortgages
98 Common Procedure is Overused in Heartburn Patients
99 Earliest Start To Flu Season in Nearly a Decade
100 Youth Hockey Rule Changes May Reduce Injuries
101 Lions Face Shrinking Savannahs in Africa
102 The Real Story of North Korea's Unicorn Lair
103 B4 Texting, 4 Ways 2 Say It Shorter
104 Greenland Ice Sheet Continues to Thin
105 Royal Pregnancy: When Morning Sickness Requires a Hospital
106 Reference: The Four Seasons: Change Marks the Passing of a Year
107 US Says North Korea Rocket Launch a 'Provocative Act'
108 Is It OK For the Girl to Propose? No Way, Study Suggests
109 Curiosity Rover Finds Organic Signal on Mars, But Not Definitive: NASA
110 How One Insect Jumps on Water's Surface
111 66 Coral Species Nominated for Endangered List
112 Money Does Lead to Happiness...Sometimes
113 Nostalgia May Make You Warm
114 Like Pinocchio, Your Nose Shows When You Lie
115 'Cognitive Big Bang' Discovered in Tiny Sea Worm