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1 Climate Change 'Swing Voters' Affected by Weather, Not Denialists, Says Analyst
2 Top 5 Gadgets of the Week
3 James Cameron, Google Executives, Billionaires to Mine for Asteroids?
4 Fan Growth Slowed Slightly After Brands Switched To Facebook Timeline [STUDY]
5 Adobe to Launch New Software Suite for Designers
6 Xerox 1Q Profit Slips 4 Pct, Sales Rise 1 Pct
7 Chinese Court Seeking to Mediate iPad Dispute
8 When Maggots Are Faster Than Doctors
9 Early Dental X-Rays Linked to Brain Tumors
10 Mary Tyler Moore Has Brain Surgery for Meningioma Tumor
11 Calls back evolutionary gender theory
12 Asteroid impact pushes life underground
13 Arctic Ocean could be source of methane
14 Statins don't reduce melanoma risk
15 Public back wind farm subsidies, survey suggests
16 White killer whale adult spotted for first time in wild
17 Men set to live as long as women, figures show
18 Miniature honeycomb 'grows nerve'
19 Paralysed man can stand and move his legs again
20 Red-feathered birds suffer from eye damage
21 Proposed John Muir walking trail will run from Dunbar to Helensburgh
22 Bloodhound diary: Stopping from 1,000mph
23 Traveller's cheques down, but not out
24 Sarkozy seeks key far-right votes
25 Trayvon Martin: George Zimmerman released on bail
26 Breivik trial: Phone delay 'caused more Breivik deaths'
27 US Congressman Dana Rohrabacher denied Afghan entry
28 European shares fall as anxiety returns
29 Are North Koreans really three inches shorter than South Koreans?
30 Egypt scraps Israel gas supply deal
31 'World's best job' man: What did Ben Southall do next?
32 North Korea vows 'unprecedented' action against South
33 Boy's football lost in tsunami found in Alaska
34 US elections: The strange case of the dog on the roof
35 France election: Hollande takes lead into second round
36 Spam: India leads world in junk emails
37 Dutch government falls in budget crisis
38 Iranian oil terminal 'offline' after 'malware attack'
39 Regulator criticised after woman assaulted in care home
40 Intel's Ivy Bridge chips launch using '3D transistors'
41 Running a marathon--what are the risks?
42 ZX Spectrum's chief designers reunited 30 years on
43 London Marathon: Donations rise after Claire Squires death
44 Iceland ex-PM Haarde found not guilty over 2008 crisis
45 Pinterest clones flooding Chinese web space
46 Poorly designed mobile sites 'drain smartphone battery'
47 Hi-tech car aid for older drivers
48 Brazil actor playing Judas dies from accidental hanging
49 Secret Service scandal spreads to second hotel
50 Zimmerman attorney: Apology was ill-timed
51 The case against Lehman Brothers
52 Attack on black teen in Colorado was hate crime, police say
53 Zimmerman to be closely watched while out on bail
54 Nevada's gold boom is helping a troubled state
55 Warren Buffett's son tackles hunger in rural America
56 Alleged teacher misconduct cases growing in L.A.
57 Coast Guard rescues 10 from burning fishing boat
58 China detains 54 in latest tainted drug scandal
59 Are markets afraid France will elect a Socialist?
60 The last Christian village in the Holy Land
61 The cost of a nation of incarceration
62 Obama adviser: Romney running a campaign of distortion
63 Suspicious circumstances at home of Isabel Mercedes Celis, missing Ariz. girl
64 George Zimmerman released from Florida jail on $150,000 bail in Trayvon Martin murder case
65 The trouble with treasure
66 Kroft: When to give up on accountability
67 Driver lost, and found, 280 miles from Ind. home
68 Etan Patz Search Continues: "Stain" discovered at site to be sent to FBI lab for testing
69 Craigslist Killer Philip Markoff: Written in Blood
70 Craigslist Killer Philip Markoff's Brother on Facebook: "RIP Phil, I Will Always Love You"
71 Jailed for $280: The return of debtors' prisons
72 Swing-state unemployment down, Obama's chances up
73 America's worst CEOs: Where are they now?
74 The 3 best leadership 'hacks'
75 $87M California mansion set for auction
76 Why the housing recovery remains a long way off
77 How to avoid the middle seat the next time you fly
78 Sugar and kids: The toxic truth
79 The Pope and his Jewish maestro
80 Producer finds musical "sweet spot" in the Congo
81 Steve Jobs: Family photo album
82 A chess prodigy explains how his mind works
83 Levon Helm's miraculous encore
84 John Edwards' incredible gamble
85 The Tiffany standard at 175
86 Cornel West and Tavis Smiley: Poverty in America threatens democracy
87 Lieberman: Secret Service scandal "just gets more troubling"
88 Baseball as a game of miracles
89 NASA administrator: To Mars!
90 Morley Safer's infamous 1993 art story
91 Best-selling author Mortenson must pay back $1 million
92 Dan Marino: Andrew Luck a "terrific pick" for Colts
93 U.N.: Crime is one of world's "top 20 economies"
94 Charges filed against US embassy shooter in Bosnia
95 Doc rolls out 'Hangover Heaven' on Vegas Strip
96 Vietnam hosts U.S. Navy as Chinese threat looms
97 Boy happy football lost in tsunami is found in Alaska
98 Norway mass killer Anders Behring Breivik likens shunning by family, friends to families' loss
99 Cabbie unlikely celebrity in Colombia sex scandal
100 Watchdog urges Mexico to probe Wal-Mart's alleged bribery campaign raised in New York Times report
101 Jilted bride attempts to jump out window in wedding dress
102 Afghanistan bomb attack kills 2 NATO service members in area where most forces are American
103 Manila seeks int'l support in standoff with China
104 Afghan official: U.S. pledges defense for Afghanistan for at least decade after drawdown
105 Fla. salvage company wins bid to remove Concordia
106 Great Barrington, Taos top best small towns list
107 Japan Airlines launches Tokyo-Boston service
108 Minneapolis students on flight during emergency
109 Tube officials publish London Olympic travel map
110 Cancun: Spring break on despite tourist unease
111 Screaming Eagle Trail is state's newest
112 Cruise ship passed by disabled fishing boat
113 Waldorf-Astoria Hotel installs bee hives on roof
114 Tree planting to begin at Pa.'s Flight 93 memorial
115 2 years on, debate continues over SC cruises
116 Fishermen blast premier dive sites off Indonesia
117 Starbucks to open on Disney properties
118 Missing Missouri mom's husband charged with murder
119 Rhoda! Valerie Harper has book deal
120 Mickey Mouse will get his Starbucks fix
121 Steve Powell seeks to suppress voyeurism evidence
122 Did L.A. "Carmageddon" scare lead to baby boom?
123 Family of Isabel Mercedes Celis kept from home as FBI probes disappearance
124 Dog stood by body of friend, reunited with family
125 Rare South American bird spotted in Chicago
126 2 shot outside Colorado church
127 Man questioned in art heist faces weapons charges
128 launches supplies, baby websites
129 Neil Diamond and Katie McNeil tie the knot
130 Robin Gibb has colorectal cancer: Doctor
131 Jennifer Aniston dishes on "Wanderlust" nude scene, Justin Theroux
132 Victoria Beckham designs special edition Range Rover
133 AP Newsbreak: AZ sheriff played probe for laughs
134 April nor'easter dumps rain, snow on East Coast
135 Vt. debates letting parents skip vaccines for their kids
136 What causes brain freeze? Study reveals new clues
137 Can N.J. Couple Break the Lease on Their 'Haunted House'?
138 Porn May 'Shut Down' Part of Your Brain
139 Night-Blind Mice Gain Vision
140 5 Things You Should Know About Prostate Cancer
141 Jurassic Lark? Expedition to Seek Living Dinosaurs in Africa
142 Organic Egg Farm Establishes New Pecking Order
143 How Music 'Awakens' Alzheimer's Patients
144 Earth Unprepared for Super Solar Storm
145 What 'Insanity' Means for Norwegian Gunman
146 New 'Bumblebee' Gecko Species Creates Buzz
147 Mysterious Cosmic Rays Leave Scientists in the Dark
148 Tasmanian Tiger Was Genetically Doomed
149 How Humans Grew Fruitful by Devouring Meat
150 Mass-Production Sends Robot Insects Flying
151 Does Death Penalty Work as Deterrent?
152 Are Best Friends Forever? Not For Women
153 8 Ways Your Job May be Killing You
154 Cost of Green Products Makes Shoppers See Red
155 Better Earthquake Warnings Within Reach, Scientists Say
156 Nearby Dark Matter Mysteriously Missing
157 US Measles Cases Reach Highest Number in 15 Years
158 HPV Causes 26,000 Cancer Cases Yearly, CDC Finds
159 How Technology Makes It Harder to Save Money
160 Americans Confess 'Green Guilt' Is Growing
161 Dawn of Polar Bears Far Earlier Than Thought
162 No Regrets: Why 'Letting Go' May Be Key to Happy Aging
163 Boeing's New Astronaut Taxi on Display at Space Conference
164 If Not Dark Matter, Then What?
165 Homemade Device Tracks Stolen Goods or a Speeding Car
166 Fingertip Stickers Let Gloves Tap on Touch Screens
167 Humans Behind Strongest Oklahoma Quake Ever Recorded, Research Suggests
168 T-shirt Kisses Edge of Alaska's Northern Lights
169 Sea Lions May Be Removed from Endangered Species List
170 Ancient 'Bone Box' Called Oldest Christian Artifact
171 How the First Life on Earth Struggled to Survive
172 Earliest Painting of Transvestite Uncovered
173 Women Seek Less-Dominant Dates in Recession
174 Ancient 'Wave of Poseidon' Was Real Tsunami
175 Super Salmonella Bacteria Found
176 Sex Selection Ad Creates Controversy in Canada
177 Hospitals Hope to Kick Own Pollution Habits
178 Pain Drug Patches Can be Deadly to Children, FDA Warns
179 Women with Heart Disease More Likely to Have Baby Girls, Study Finds
180 Lifestyle as Young Adult May Affect Age of Menopause
181 Did Cold Weather Cause the Salem Witch Trials?
182 A Grass-Fed Evolution? Altered Environment Fueled Human Change
183 Men Prefer Pink Female Genitals to Red, Study Finds
184 Why It Doesn't Pay to Be Yourself at Work
185 Touch Photography: Giving Computer Users a Feel for Things
186 BP Oil Spill Changed Some Minds on Environmental Issues
187 'Earliest Christian Artifact' Just Random Squiggles, Scholars Argue
188 How Humans Became Masters of the Earth
189 8 Ways Global Warming Is Already Changing the World
190 Valleys May Funnel Tornado Winds
191 Unique 'Green' Service Brings Organic to the Masses
192 Faces of Cleopatra and Antony's Twin Babies Revealed
193 Mysterious Balancing Rocks Resist Quakes' Shakes
194 Cause of Brain Freeze Revealed
195 Genes Reveal Secrets of Ancient Peruvian Families
196 Trying on Swimsuits Really Is the Worst, Study Shows