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1 Scientists net new red blood cell genes
2 Moon map reveals deeply fractured crust
3 No evidence of EPO benefit: study
4 Ash dieback: Number of cases identified doubles in a month
5 Wildfires fanned by invasive grass species
6 London's clue to stubborn ozone levels
7 Grail satellites show Moon's violent history
8 Prehistoric rhino reveals secrets
9 Sir Ranulph Fiennes' 'coldest journey' begins
10 Liquid metal promise for future batteries
11 Kayaking Australia's Whitsunday Islands
12 Our never ending obsession with the apocalypse
13 Egypt crisis: Army clearing presidential palace area
14 Marijuana decriminalised in Washington state
15 Philippine Typhoon Bopha death toll passes 300
16 Royal pregnancy: Duchess leaves hospital
17 Electronic cigarettes challenge anti-smoking efforts
18 New York Post cover: When should photographers drop their cameras?
19 Oscar Niemeyer, Brazilian architect, dies at 104
20 Apple's Tim Cook says some Macs will be made in US
21 Swedish artist uses 'ashes from Holocaust victims'
22 Italian police find stolen Egyptian sphinx
23 Max Clifford arrested in sex offences investigation
24 Russian TV journalist shot dead in North Caucasus
25 Ekso exoskeleton: Helping the paralysed walk
26 Google cash buys drones to watch endangered species
27 Sprucing up Silicon Roundabout
28 Apple v. Samsung patent verdict reconsidered in court
29 Instagram move affects Twitter photo display on platforms
30 Fugitive John McAfee arrested in Guatemala
31 Npower fined for abandoned calls by Ofcom
32 Pirate Bay spin-off site Promo Bay to be unblocked
33 Rory in China: Lenovo's quest to be cool
34 Social media brings change in Gulf despite efforts at control
35 John McAfee's life on the margins
36 US Congress bans word 'lunatic' in federal legislation
37 Fertility treatment 'asthma link'
38 Childlessness 'may increase likelihood of early death'
39 Smoking may worsen a hangover, US study finds
40 How a simple infection can trigger cancer
41 How the seasonal flu jab is made
42 How can India stop people urinating in public?
43 Apple CEO Tim Cook says Macs will be made in the U.S.
44 Cavemen better at drawing animals than modern artists
45 Arctic's record melt worries scientists
46 How smartphone led to John McAfee's capture
47 Apple, Samsung head back to court in patent battle
48 Contractor suing homeowner over negative Yelp, Angie's List reviews
49 John McAfee arrested in Guatemala for illegal entry
50 How software guru McAfee was located in Guatemala
51 State Dept. considering two-day social media delay
52 25 top-rated Facebook games from 2012
53 Marijuana legalized in Wash.: Seattle celebrates
54 Elizabeth Collins, Lyric Cook-Morrissey Update: Hunters find bodies believed to be missing Iowa cousins
55 Fiscal cliff talks frozen, Obama lobbies big business
56 Geithner: "Absolutely" ready to go over "cliff"
57 With dug-in heels, Obama negotiates "fiscal cliff" details with Boehner
58 Pot possession, same-sex marriage officially legal in Washington State
59 Boehner punishes disobedient Republicans
60 Study could spur wider use of early prenatal testing
61 Breath test may be able to detect colorectal cancer
62 Royal baby names with the best, worst odds
63 Man exonerated of rape not letting NFL dream die
64 Anderson Cooper on temporary blindness, CNN shakeup
65 Contractor suing homeowner over negative Yelp, Angie's List reviews
66 More standstill, less progress on "fiscal cliff"
67 Brain pacemaker offers new hope to Alzheimer's patients
68 Va. family: "Fiscal cliff" bickering hurts real people outside D.C. "bubble"
69 Change in use of breast cancer drug could save lives
70 Taking tamoxifen longer may better protect against breast cancer recurrence
71 Smoking while drinking may increase chances of getting a hangover
72 Appeals court won't reconsider graphic tobacco warning labels
73 Frankie Muniz's mini-stroke: Common for young adults?
74 Nanoparticle blast caught on film
75 Data teleportation: The quantum space race
76 Nuclear energy: Radical reactors
77 Flood of protest hits Indian dams
78 Heart cells coaxed to divide and conquer
79 Sprinkled nanocubes hold light tight
80 City birds use cigarette butts to smoke out parasites
81 NASA announces Mars science rover in 2020
82 James Cameron releases results from his deep dive
83 Great Ape bill in US Senate showdown
84 Megacities move to track emissions
85 UK announces 600 million pounds for science--almost redeeming past cuts
86 50 million euros project aims to produce 1,500 stem cell lines for drug discovery
87 With a thin crust, the Moon's origin is entwined with Earth's
88 Earth as a marble: black and blue, now and then
89 Expert tours his own exome, and finds mainly false alarms
90 An unhealthy obsession
91 Past Dead Sea Dry-Up Points to Ominous Future
92 Origin of the Romani People Pinned Down
93 Landslide-Driven Megatsunamis Threaten Hawaii
94 Facebook Snooping Often Begins Before Interview
95 Psychic Sued for Police Hoax About Massacre
96 Why We're Not Always Good Samaritans
97 Saturn Moon Enceladus Eyed for Sample-Return Mission
98 Tsunamis, Earthquakes Overdue in Lake Tahoe
99 Why Early Retirement Fails to Sustain Happiness
100 Post-Sandy, NYC Will Lead in Climate Change Battle, Mayor Says
101 Exoplanet Catalog Reveals 7 Possibly Habitable Worlds
102 Fit for a King: Largest Egyptian Sarcophagus Identified
103 Verizon's Creepy Idea to Spy on TV Viewers
104 Arctic's Record Melt Worries Scientists
105 Partnership Brings Unique Education to Pala Native American Learning Center
106 Teen Speech Shapes Up On the Way to College
107 Cavemen Trump Modern Artists at Drawing Animals
108 Genetic Test Could Better Reveal Fetal Abnormalities
109 James Cameron Relives Voyage to Ocean's Deepest Spot
110 Palace of First Chinese Emperor Unearthed
111 Moon Surprisingly Battered, New Lunar Gravity Map Reveals
112 Hotspots for Huge Earthquakes Revealed
113 Double Star Systems May Be Hiding a Third Companion
114 First-Date Sex May Harm Couples
115 Breaking: NHC Modifies Hurricane Warning Definition in Wake of Sandy
116 Satellites Could Detect Rogue Nuclear Tests
117 Filmmaker Cameron Expedition Finds Weird Deep-Sea Life
118 Baby Star Caught in the Act of Growing
119 Distant Black Hole Reveals Chemistry of the Early Universe
120 NASA's Next Mars Rover Should Collect Samples, Experts Say