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1 Sun's galactic journey linked to mass extinctions
2 Painted fairy-wrens quite the casanova
3 Psychopath prediction 'no better than chance'
4 Flowering plant origins pushed back 100 million years
5 Roman skulls washed down lost London river
6 Monaco award honours food security pioneer
7 Russia charges Greenpeace activists with piracy
8 London Zoo cameras capture tiger giving birth
9 New Zealand's craft beer battle
10 US spy chief: Shutdown 'damaging'
11 Work halted on Curitiba stadium in latest World Cup setback
12 Spy novelist Tom Clancy dies aged 66
13 Belgian helped to die after three sex change operations
14 Emmy success for BBC World News Syria coverage
15 'Why I gave up my US passport'
16 Al-Qaeda loosens its admissions standards
17 Greece's Golden Dawn: 'Don't say a word or I'll burn you alive'
18 Exercise 'can be as good as pills'
19 How many redheads are there in the world?
20 Hyundai to defer payments due from US government staff
21 FBI arrests Silk Road drugs site suspect
22 Blizzident 'six-second toothbrush' created by dentists
23 China hornets kill 41 in north since July
24 The lab pushing petrol car engines to new extremes
25 David Cameron suggests cutting benefits for under-25s
26 Gove defends newspapers' 'right to offend' in Miliband row
27 Do people get their politics from their parents?
28 Gurgaon: From fields to global tech hub
29 How Chinese art explores its one-child policy
30 How Giuseppe Verdi's music helped bring Italy together
31 Italy crisis: PM Letta wins vote after Berlusconi U-turn
32 Roots of ancient flowers reach back to dinosaur times
33 Pollen Fossils Reveal Flowering Plants to Have Emerged 100 Million Years Earlier
34 News in Brief: Tiny fossils set record for oldest flowerlike pollen
35 Supervolcanoes ripped up early Mars
36 Russia charges 14 Greenpeace activists with piracy
38 Ancient Kingdom of Idu Found Beneath a Mound in Iraq
39 NASA on shutdown: 'Sort it out, humans'
40 ISU prof: Action can be taken on climate
41 Discovery of charged droplets could lead to more efficient power plants, researchers say
42 Naked mole rats may hold secret to longevity
43 Hitting Pay Dirt on Mars
44 Shutdown will largely shutter NASA, other science projects
45 NASA Creates First Cloud Map of Exoplanet
46 Researchers reveal new evidence that Bigfoot is real
47 New Theory Explains Seeds Of Life In Asteroids; Disputes Theory Taught In Schools For Decades
48 Physicists one step closer to creating real-life lightsabers
49 'Climate Change Refugee' In New Court Battle
50 ISON could still become 'comet of the century'--or not...
51 Deadly 13th-Century Volcano Eruption: Mystery Solved?
52 Zimbabwe: Poachers poison 91 elephants
53 Study shows hormones have risks and benefits
54 Study of Hormone Use in Menopause Reaffirms Complex Mix of Risks and Benefits
55 Hormone therapy use in long-term deterred
56 Researchers Say Hormone Therapy Good for Short-Term Use
57 Elizabeth Hurley, Estee Lauder kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Bloomingdale's
58 Government shutdown forces clinical trial patients to wait
59 Doctor shortage, increased demand could crash health care system
60 Midlife Stress May Trigger Dementia, Alzheimer's in Women
61 Man wades into Fla. river, dies of flesh-eating bacteria
62 Bystander CPR linked to improved survival for cardiac arrest victims
63 Blood pressure drug may help fight against cancer
64 Despite dangers, bed-sharing with kids is on the rise
65 Shutdown means tough choices for mothers and kids
66 The world's craziest toothbrush cleans your teeth in six seconds and is 3D printed
67 UN Report: 1 in 8 Experiences Chronic Hunger Throughout the World
68 Dignity, Box Launch Health App Contest
69 Why Eye Contact Can Fail To Win People Over
70 Woman Speaks Out After Lover Caused Miscarriage with Switched Pills
71 Minnesota carpenter survives nail gun blast to the heart: 'I'm too ornery to die'
72 Naked mole rat may be ugly, but it could hold secret to longevity
73 Chinese boy 'gives birth' to twin brother after doctors find fetus growing in his stomach
74 Exercise may be 'as effective' as drugs for treating common diseases
75 Woman suffers from rare 'stone man syndrome'
76 7 insects you'll be eating in the future
77 Blood pressure drug may help fight against cancer
78 John McAfee's New Product Aims To Make Internet Users Virtually Untraceable
79 Blackout For Federal Agencies, Organizations As Government Shuts Down
80 Grand Theft Auto Online Launches With Some Glitches
81 Arcade Fire, Eminem, Lady Gaga to Headline YouTube's First Music Awards Show
82 Google Celebrates Yosemite Even Though It's Closed as Part of Government Shutdown
83 Microsoft Lets You Relive Your Windows 95 Years Through Any Browser
84 iPhone 5s Review: A Great Phone With Some More Forward Thinking Needed
85 It's Not Just You: iMessages Not Sending for Some iOS 7 Users
86 Government Shutdown Impacts NASA, Outer Space
87 Wealthy Breast Cancer Survivor Dedicates Money, Time to Helping Poor Patients
88 10 Things to Know About Health Insurance Today
89 Shutdown Blocks Kids With Cancer From Clinical Trials
90 High Volume Hampers Health Insurance Launch
91 Chat Wrap Up: Medicine Gets Personal With Genomics
92 8 Ways You're Overdoing Diet and Exercise
93 Man's 'Horrific' Infection Sparks Seawater Warning
94 25 Breast Cancer Myths Busted
95 Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg: "We'd like to be more transparent"
96 Panda cams down, but park cams still going strong
97 Exercise might be just as good as pills at stopping heart disease, prediabetes
98 Low-dose topical estrogen may ease menopause's sexual symptoms with little risk
99 Rumored iPad mini with Retina Display delayed, report says
100 Government shutdown could delay NASA's Mars MAVEN mission to 2017
101 Pickup lines to panda cam rage: Twitter reacts to #Govtshutdown
102 Clouds on alien planet mapped for the first time
103 Revenge porn banned in California
104 LA students return iPads after hacking tablets
105 Before shutdown, NASA found ingredient for plastic on Saturn's moon Titan
106 Scribd, HarperCollins offer e-book subscriptions
107 NASA shuts down in funding impasse
108 GTA Online launches--right into a roadblock
109 National Zoo's 'panda cams' go dark
110 YouTube announces live-streaming music award show
111 Jellyfish shut down Swedish nuclear reactor
112 Government shutdown continues, no agreement in sight
113 New York road rage incident: Biker's wife says SUV driver "paralyzed my husband"
114 2nd arrest in NYC bikers' alleged road rage assault
115 With government shutdown unresolved, Congress stuck in neutral
116 Jacksonville Airport reopens after bomb squad removes device
117 The Gospel according to Bill O'Reilly?
118 Justin Bieber gets carried up the Great Wall of China
119 Blame game starts with no end in sight for government shutdown
120 Why the shutdown looks so bad for the GOP
121 Government shutdown's FAA furloughs raise air-safety concerns
122 NASA turns 55--but there's no one around to celebrate
123 Condoleezza Rice: Iran "absolutely" cannot be trusted
124 Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan: I was teary-eyed writing series' last episode
125 The Voice of China, other popular singing shows attract Chinese government's scrutiny
126 The benefits of being a female reporter in Syria
127 PS4 beats Xbox One for most-wanted console, poll says
128 5 tips for using new iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, or Apple iOS 7
129 Breast cancer rates rising in black women: Report
130 Hormone replacement therapy may not help against heart disease, but can provide benefits
131 Low-dose topical estrogen may ease menopause's sexual symptoms with little risk
132 NIH, CDC feeling government shutdown's effects
133 Consumption of fish may have little effect on mercury levels in pregnant women
134 Insurance markets open to surge of new customers, glitches
135 N/A
136 Infant bed-sharing rates increasing especially among minorities
137 Cate Edwards: Advanced breast cancer about "surviving"
138 2010 Calif. whooping cough outbreak linked to vaccine-averse parents
139 Pa. art exhibit with strobe lights closed after seizures reported