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1 No stars in jump into hyperspace: study
2 Chimps possess a sense of 'fairness'
3 First land animals shuffled like seals
4 Graphene: Patent surge reveals global race
5 Ancient migration: Genes link Australia with India
6 Refusal over Arctic drilling ban
7 Tetrapod anatomy: Backbone back-to-front in early animals
8 Oprah: Armstrong 'did not come clean in expected way'
9 Generic HIV drugs 'cheaper but less effective'
10 New qualification to boost post-16 maths numbers urged
11 Sharing: Chimp study reveals origins of human fair play
12 Owners appeal to Obama over California ferret ban
13 Bad weather for bugs
14 Exploring Queensland's rainforest hinterland
15 Mali conflict: West African troops to arrive 'in days'
16 Cuba confirms 51 cholera cases in Havana
17 National Rifle Association launches shooting game for mobiles
18 British Airways Christian employee Nadia Eweida wins case
19 Scrabble: Should letter values change?
20 African elephant poaching threatens wildlife future
21 Turkey and the PKK: The Kurdish women who take up arms
22 Atomic bond types discernible in single-molecule images
23 Stockholm train crashed into apartments 'by cleaner'
24 Raja Pervez Ashraf: Pakistan Supreme Court orders arrest of PM
25 Clarence Thomas breaks Supreme Court silence
26 'Insulting words' crime ditched
27 Plant-powered planes show promise
28 Natalie Wood may have had bruises before drowning--coroner
29 Hyundai hits redemption road in Detroit
30 Sandy aid package of $51bn up for vote in US House
31 Garibaldi: Is his body still in its tomb?
32 Payments by text message service to launch in UK in Spring 2014
33 Game makers released from Greek jail
34 China mobile users warned about large botnet threat
35 Edible edifice: Building the offices of tomorrow
36 Breast cancer drug tamoxifen recommended for 'high risk' women
37 Syria crisis: Dozens killed by Aleppo university blasts
38 Are we naturally good or bad?
39 OkCupid launches "Crazy Blind Date" app
40 Apple iPad, iPad mini cellular + Wi-Fi arrive in China Friday
41 NAS--A releases images of Beijing air pollution
42 Study: 3-second distractions double workplace errors
43 Russia plans 2015 moon mission
44 Facebook event fuels rumors of smartphone
45 Thomas Edison hologram chats at Detroit Auto Show
46 Kaspersky Labs finds "Red October" cyber-espionage malware
47 NRA releases free video game, rated ages 4 and up
48 New stomach pump would send food from stomach straight to toilet
49 Feds dismiss charges against Swartz, cite suicide
50 Java 7 patch released, experts say may contain flaws
51 Lance Armstrong admits doping to Oprah
52 Long Island high school on lockdown
53 Jodie Foster's Golden Globes speech: What people are saying
54 Oprah opens up on "intensely difficult" Lance Armstrong confessional interview
55 Texas Rep. Stockman threatens to impeach Obama over gun control
56 Cuba announces 51 confirmed cholera cases in Havana
57 More than one-third of U.S. adults use Internet to diagnose medical condition
58 N.Y. hospital patients potentially exposed to HIV, hepatitis through reused insulin pens
59 NYPD to hide GPS chips in pill bottles
60 Thousands search for doctors after Texas Planned Parenthood ban upheld
61 Report: Twin deaf brothers going blind undergo euthanasia
62 Strawberries, blueberries may reduce heart attack risk in women
63 Friendly-fire victim outraged over Navy officer's admiral promotion
64 Grieving Newtown parents: "Empty for so long"
65 China's lingering pollution prompts curbs on auto emissions
66 Clearing Beijing's air
67 Beijing Fog Prompts State Media to Shift Tone
68 A rising tide of discord
69 Australia wrestles with climate change
70 Probe's death spiral returns stunning video of the Moon's surface
71 Grail moon mission's legacy lives on
72 Russia plans robot mission to the Moon in 2015
73 Hunger Games: Chimps play fair--when it suits them, study finds
74 Genomes link aboriginal Australians to Indians
75 DNA study sheds light on aboriginal Australians' heritage
76 Only 11 Snakes Killed So Far In The 2013 Python Challenge
77 The biggest thing in the universe is really, really big
78 2 zoos, 1 big breeding ground for antelope, birds
79 On Louisiana Range, the Giraffe and Antelope Will Play
80 UK steps up the chase to tap wonder-stuff graphene
81 UK losing out on commercialisation of 'wonder material' graphene, report claims
82 Mars Rover Nears First Drill-Down
83 DARPA's Deep Sea Drones Will Live At The Bottom Of The Ocean--Until Deployment
84 Inflatable Private Space Stations: Bigelow's Big Dream
85 NASA Awards $17.8M Contract For Inflatable Addition To Space Station
86 Beijing's Pollution, Seen From Space In Before And After Photos
87 The perfect solar storm? Sun eruptions to peak in 2013
88 Alt Text: A Man-to-Mollusk Q&A With a Giant Squid
89 Rising sea levels will put Seattle neighborhoods under water
90 Negotiators Seek to Finalize Mercury Treaty As Groups Warn About Cost of Inaction
91 Coca-Cola starts ads involving obesity
92 In Ads, Coke Confronts Soda's Link to Obesity
93 Flu Epidemic Waning but Could Still Make Comeback
94 Why it's so hard to get the flu vaccine supply right
95 Generics Could Cut Costs of HIV Treatment
96 F.D.A. Expresses Concern to St. Jude
97 FDA warns St. Jude Medical
98 Catholic Church Takes Precautions Against Flu
99 NH bishop makes changes to Mass due to flu
100 Berries Ward Off MI in Women
101 Gigantism victim Tanya Angus dead at 34
102 Woman with one of the world's worst cases of gigantism dies suddenly aged 34 after growing to nearly 7ft. and 400lbs
103 Fast Foods Linked to Asthma, Eczema in Children: Study
104 Fast-food 'link' to child asthma and eczema
105 Can't rid yourself of a hacking cough? Don't worry, the average one lasts up to THREE WEEKS
106 Cough lasts 18 days, no matter what you do, study finds
107 Study linking marijuana smoking to IQ declines may be blaming wrong culprit, analysis says
108 'The Heavy': A Mom, a 7-Year-Old and a Diet
109 Dara-Lynn Weiss, Author Of 'The Heavy,' Does Not Regret Putting Her 7-Year-Old On A Diet
110 Brazilian Bikini Waxes Make Crab Lice Endangered Species
111 Pubic Lice in Crisis
112 Cap cigarette profits, say academics
113 Flu epidemic exposes U.S. risk management flaws
114 Feds Warned Against Risk Seen in Buffalo VA
115 Insulin injection errors may have exposed veterans to viruses
116 Deaf twins who discovered they were going blind and would never see each other again are euthanized in Belgian hospital
117 Goal: Affordable, quality health care
118 UnitedHealth Joins Mayo Clinic in Pact to Improve Care
119 14 wonderful words with no English equivalent