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1 Cave holds earliest sign of fire-use
2 Stress may alter body's immune response
3 Japanese bees cook enemy in 'bee ball'
4 Warning over MoD science cuts
5 Top scientist quits anti-doping body over 'muzzling'
6 New UK attempt to capture carbon
7 South Africa: Fibreglass rhino dehorned by thief
8 The giant snake that stalked the Earth
9 H5N1 bird flu research to be published in full
10 Mini guide to the Bavarian Alps, Germany
11 Bashar al-Assad cannot survive for long, his uncle says
12 James Murdoch to resign as BSkyB chairman
13 Romney seeks Wisconsin, Maryland and DC primary wins
14 Colombia's Farc rebels release hostages
15 US police name suspect in Oakland college shooting
16 When WNBA stars met a KGB spy: Spartak Vidnoje's story
17 Who, What, Why: Why do we know Timbuktu?
18 Can computers have true artificial intelligence?
19 Breast cancer screens leads to 'unnecessary treatment'
20 US obesity 'higher than thought'
21 'Snake' found in Kingswells loft turned out to be draught excluder
22 Booming bamboo: The next super-material?
23 Wolfson Prize: Schoolboy plan to save euro commended
24 Woman in Black film sequel announced by Hammer
25 US puts $10m bounty on Lashkar-e-Taiba's Hafiz Saeed
26 Shisha: is smoking it harmless?
27 Hard-working drives: How floods in Thailand affect us all
28 TomTom sat-nav devices hit by GPS 'leap year bug'
29 Motorola Mobility's patent lawsuits investigated by EU
30 Trip Advisor adds its voice to Europe's Google probe
31 'Scaremongering' over internet monitoring plans--Nick Clegg
32 Credit card data breach contained, says Global Payments
33 Uganda's nodding disease: 'I've lost hope'
34 Oakland gunman 'targeted school official'
35 Evidence of 'earliest fire use'
36 I Am Alive review: New survival game is intense, but is the stress worth your time?
37 Apple's new iPad tops Consumer Reports' tablet ratings
38 Cops ID suspect in deadly Oakland univ. shooting
39 No motive, no gun in Oakland college shooting
40 Students ran, hid as gunman opened fire in Calif.
41 Police: Oakland suspect upset over expulsion
42 1940 census data causes modern tech mess
43 Samantha Koenig: Body of missing Alaska barista believed found in Matanuska Lake, police say
44 'Meterological March madness' mostly random
45 China lifts microblog controls that sparked outcry
46 Facebook Timeline goes live worldwide
47 Ford's US sales up 5% in March
48 Survey: petty corruption costing Greeks millions
49 Lawyers argue over soldiers ending Nigeria protest
50 Settlers ignore deadline to leave West Bank house
51 Obama: Supreme Court overturning health care would be "unprecedented"
52 Pilot dies at controls; Wife, 80, lands plane
53 Experimental plane crashes into Fla. supermarket
54 US, Mexico leaders trade barbs on drug violence
55 Stricken yacht crew limping towards Calif.
56 Online graphic warns of al Qaeda return to NYC
57 Doubts over Maryland woman's Mega Millions claim
58 GSA head out after lavish spending by agency
59 Doctors' findings may ground JetBlue pilot case
60 Americans' consumption of sugar "unprecedented"
61 Morley Safer takes on art world again
62 Kimberly Saenz, ex-nurse convicted of bleach killings, sentenced to life in prison
63 Fire atop Moscow skyscraper sends flames 880' high
64 Yemen: Air strike kills 43 al Qaeda militants
65 Ai Weiwei makes statement on gov't voyeurism
66 Tijuana cartel leader Arellano Felix gets 25 yrs
67 Clinton: Assad regime showing some weakness
68 Report: U.S. developed, but shelved, nuclear-powered drones
69 Parties continued on Asia cruise ship after fire
70 Annan: Syria to pull back troops by April 10
71 Many hoping democracy brings jobs to Burma
72 French official: Islamists planned to kidnap judge
73 Israel navy chief rebuked over April Fools' prank
74 Vietnam finds mass grave of communist soldiers
75 Workers fixing Russian mansion find treasure
76 N.C. Vietnam vets finally get their homecoming
77 FTC Takes Action Against Race Car Driver Scott Tucker
78 Study: Fried foods not always bad for you
79 Dallas Wiens' face transplant progress revealed in new images
80 Face transplant patient can feel daughter's kisses
81 TVs and Tablets to Get the "Retina Display" Treatment
82 How Seagate's Terabit-Per-Square-Inch Hard Drive Works
83 How to Make Your Hard Drive Infinite
84 Novel Electronics Could Speed Adoption of Solar Power
85 Battery Maker A123 Faces a Fight for Survival
86 Finding the Perfect Startup Match
87 Verizon Envisions 4G Wireless in Just about Anything
88 A Cloud Operating System Takes Shape
89 Free Wireless Broadband for the Masses
90 Hydrogen Storage Could Be Key to Germany's Energy Plans
91 A Social Network Built for Two
92 Picking up Signals from Television Viewers
93 Designing a Smart-Phone Alphabet for the Illiterate
94 Inventing the Cleanweb
95 Genetic Sensor Boosts Biofuel Production
96 Facial Recognition Lets Apps Guess Your Age
97 Study Hints at the Limits of Medical Genomics
98 Using Crowdsourcing to Protect Your Privacy
99 A Nano Smackdown
100 RFID Enables Study of Chicken Pessimism
101 Shannon's Mathematical Theory of Communication Applied to DNA Sequencing
102 In a 3-D Printed Future, Do Toymakers Have a Business Model?
103 The Secret Science of Memorable Quotes
104 That's Hot! March Broke or Tied More Than 7,000 US Temperature Records
105 'Breathtaking' Mummy Coffin Covers Seized in Israel
106 Dark Energy Search Needs Research Funding Boost, Nobel Winners Say
107 Restored Scribble May Be Shakespeare's Signature
108 Making Money Work: Using Coins to Generate Electricity
109 Telescopes Team Up to Form 5,000-Mile-Wide Mega-Scope
110 Dwarf Galaxies Help to Unlock Secrets of Dark Matter
111 The Best US Cities in Which to Find a Job
112 Why Women Don't Pursue Physics Careers
113 Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in Smokeless Tobacco
114 Fooled You! Richard Branson's Volcano Journey Prank
115 Should You Pre-Chew Your Baby's Food?
116 Many Parents Not Taking Kids Outside to Play
117 Teens With Bulging Bellies at Increased Risk for Hypertension
118 Fukushima Radiation Tracked Across Pacific Ocean
119 Hot Find! Humans Used Fire 1 Million Years Ago
120 Your Presence Launches Millions of Microbes into Air
121 Solar Plane Set for New Record-Breaking Flight
122 1940 Census Now Online
123 World Repository of Human Genetics Now Hosted by Amazon
124 New Map of Distant Galaxies May Reveal Dark Energy History
125 Mothers' Caffeine Intake Doesn't Wake Babies at Night, Study Finds
126 Supernova Explosion Ripped Star's Guts Inside Out
127 Doomed Comets Die Faster in Sun by Diving Deep Into Star
128 April Fools' Day Asteroid Zips Close by Earth
129 Strange Gamma-Ray Objects in Deep Space Perplex Scientists
130 Why Some Kids With Severe Autism 'Bloom'
131 How to Use Light to Control the Brain
132 10 Foolish Resume Mistakes That Could Cost You the Job
133 Washington Monument Surveyed for Quake Effects
134 Bees Self-Medicate To Fight Off Fungus
135 US Army Recruits 'Animal Bots'
136 Warm, Comfy Mice Make Better Lab Specimens
137 Shorter, More Intense Workouts May Be Healthier
138 66 People Sickened in Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Turtles
139 Chocolate Allergies Linked to Cockroach Parts
140 New Images of Titanic Wreck Revealed
141 Is April Fools' Day Dying?
142 Science Fiction or Fact: Sentient Living Planets Exist
143 NASA Black Hole Probe to Hunt Galactic Hearts of Darkness
144 Strategies Won't Help You Win Mega Millions
145 Man's Best Friend May Be His Best Co-Worker, Too
146 NASA's New Mars Rover Will Explore Towering 'Mount Sharp'
147 When Dinosaurs Roamed, Wildfire Was a Foe
148 'Mass Effect' Controversy: How Video Games Have Freed Storytelling
149 One Big Reason Not to Rush into Early Retirement
150 Gen. Y Seeks Work-Life Balance Above All Else
151 Depression Linked with Sleep Breathing Problems, Study Finds
152 What You Know, Not Who You Know, Spurs Career Success
153 First Humans' African Home Gets New Birth Date
154 Too Much Homework Is Bad for Kids
155 US Military Bets on 'Big Data' to Win Wars
156 Future 'Smart Homes' Will Watch and Remember Your Needs
157 Pencils Survive and Sales Thrive, Even in a Digital Age
158 Robot Fish Leads the School
159 April Fools! 5 Hilarious Fake Scientific Breakthroughs
160 Fireflies' Unique Flashes Help Distinguish Species
161 How a Tiny Robot Could Check Your Health from Inside Your Body
162 Van Gogh's Sunflowers Are Mutants
163 Deadly Virus Increases Mosquito Blood Lust
164 Life's Building Blocks May Have Formed in Dust Around Young Sun
165 Building Green Gas Technology Without a Manual
166 Neanderthals Were Dying Out Before Humans Arrived
167 Spectacular Brain Images Reveal Surprisingly Simple Structure
168 Everyone Wants to Work from Home...So Why Aren't They?
169 If We Discover Aliens, What's Our Protocol for Making Contact?
170 CEO Identity a Mystery to Many Employees
171 Mysterious Animal-Shaped Structures Are Oldest Known
172 Mixed Martial Arts Celebrity Recruited for Ancient Roman Army
173 Questioning God Easier for More Devout
174 Conservatives Losing Trust in Science, Study Finds
175 Ancient Ichthyosaur Mother Did Not Explode, Scientists Say
176 How to Save Europe's Threatened Butterflies
177 Bigfoot Hunter Fined by National Parks Service