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1 Wild pollinators 'key' to feeding the world
2 Space probes spy new radiation belt
3 Mini pill may increase chlamydia risk
4 South Georgia rat cull begins again
5 Livestock virus found on 1,500 farms
6 Rhino horn--time to legalise the trade say researchers
7 Horsemeat scandal: Four new products test positive
8 'Wrong' immune response aids TB
9 Hydrogen's energy promise improves
10 Charity reaches rainforest goal
11 Exploring Australia's High Country on two wheels
12 Sequester deadline looms as US faces $85bn cuts
13 China parades foreign Mekong killers before execution
14 South Africa: Eight police arrested over drag death
15 Obama: Court must end California gay marriage ban
16 Hugo Chavez 'battling for his life,' says VP Maduro
17 Harlem Shake: Tracking a meme over a month
18 Who will the 'sequester' budget cuts hurt?
19 Papal conclave: Cormac Murphy-O'Connor's insider's view
20 Thousands of litres of whisky flushed down drain in Dumbarton
21 How to get along for 500 days alone together
22 BigDog four-legged robot now sports throwing arm
23 Air New Zealand pilot 'fell asleep' during flight
24 Delhi protest over 'sex attack' on seven-year-old girl
25 Israel condemns Zionism comments by Turkey's PM Erdogan
26 Sinkhole swallows up Florida man Jeffrey Bush
27 O2's Tu Go aims to challenge Skype and other Voip apps
28 Film studios target 'pirate' mobile apps
29 Taiwan tests recycling's limits with bus stops out of bottles
30 Web code weakness allows data dump on PCs
31 iTunes refund after Bristol boy's 1,700 pounds spending spree
32 BSkyB buys O2 and BE broadband businesses from Telefonica
33 Fujitsu makes 'smart walking stick' to help elderly
34 Megaupload case: US prosecutors win evidence appeal
35 Samsung loses Japan iPhone battle but gains help of ex-judge
36 Groupon founder ousted as sales and share price dive
37 Citizen Science: Public to join cancer cure hunt
38 Viewpoint: We need ground rules for geo-information
39 Late-stage breast cancer survival 'lower in UK'
40 Iraqi doctor 'suspended over torture links'
41 Middlesbrough mother gives newborn baby mouth to mouth
42 Living longer better
43 Drug firm Roche pledges greater access to trials data
44 Facebook reportedly testing new Timeline design
45 SpaceX cargo ship runs into problems shortly after launch
46 Sequester may lead to less safe food, FDA Commissioner says
47 Surgeons who play Nintendo Wii outperformed peers, study shows
48 Plight of the American bumblebee: Disappearing?
49 Former Groupon CEO posts farewell memo
50 U.S. wins appeal in battle to extradite Kim Dotcom
51 Vatican deletes Pope Benedict XVI tweets from @Pontifex
52 Crocs dined on young dinos, scientists say
53 Groupon fires founder, CEO Andrew Mason
54 Nut-cracking monkeys show humanlike skills
55 Lice genes reveal human migration
56 Jane Austen was right: Love requires a little delusion
57 World's largest turtle could be extinct in 20 years, scientists say
58 King Richard's "Lion" heart also full of daisies
59 MIT says hoax caller cited revenge for Aaron Swartz
60 Whoa! Mutant tadpoles sprout eyeballs on their tails
61 Man feared dead in 100-foot sinkhole near Tampa
62 4 possible silver linings in the sequester
63 Sequester: What was the point?
64 Hugo Chavez fighting for his life, Venezuela's vice president says again
65 With no pope, Catholic Church officially summons cardinals for conclave to elect Benedict's replacement
66 Sequestration looms--but when will the pain feel real?
67 In sequestration's 11th hour, finger-pointing reigns in Congress
68 Obama administration urges Supreme Court to overturn Calif. same-sex marriage ban
69 Pope Benedict XVI says goodbye to the Vatican
70 Less housework may be leading to weight issues in women
71 Sleep better in a week: Expert shares advice on how to get quality Zzz's
72 Taco Bell, Icelandic pies drawn into meat scandal
73 Woman who smoked from hole in throat in anti-smoking ad dies
74 First lady says stop pushing junk food on our kids
75 Cancer risk from Fukushima nuclear plant disaster "quite small," says World Health Organization
76 Challenges abound as researchers search for rare disease treatments
77 First grade transgender girl barred from school bathroom
78 Stop FOP: Student raises awareness for incurable disease that turns his muscle to bone
79 Study points to "shared biology" between 5 psychiatric disorders
80 Treating Duchenne, the most common of the rare diseases
81 Rare Disease Day puts spotlight on 30 million Americans
82 Study shows Brits underreport alcohol consumption by up to 60%
83 McCain: U.S. is "raising a generation of Jihadists" in Syria
84 Benedict begins simple "pilgrim" life: What changes for a Pope Emeritus?
85 Calif. engineer's death in Singapore linked to cyber espionage?
86 Army Chief on budget cuts: "I can't train 80% of my units"
87 Fastest Internet service in U.S. found in an unlikely city
88 JFK painting finds its way back to artist 50 years after brush with Camelot
89 U.S. doctor shortage may be overestimated
90 Dying stars may have planets with life
91 Nobel Prize for DNA find to be auctioned
92 Mars rover ingests rock powder for tests
93 New York schools to offer software courses
94 Russia calls for united meteor defense
95 Yahoo! cancels work-at-home policy
96 Court hears DNA collection case
97 Origin of Russian meteor identified
98 Stretchable battery for flexible circuits
99 The Pirate Bay moves after legal threats
100 Gender gap in math work studied
101 Optic system helps firefighters in rescues
102 Nitrogen role in China pollution studied
103 Poll finds video games blamed for violence
104 Climate models hint at coral die-offs
105 High-tech brain is scientists' goal
106 Human activities trigger extreme weather?
107 Andean societies found to be agrarian
108 Many smartphones not password-protected
109 Genome of Chinese bamboo decoded
110 Text4baby provides moms health texts
111 Russian meteor had space collisions
112 Hyundai to mass produce hydrogen fuel cars
113 New Jersey adopts online gambling law
114 China closes 225 websites in porn campaign
115 Bomb analysis system seen to expand sales
116 New coating keeps glass fog-free
117 Land usable for biofuel said overestimated
118 Scientists measure giant black hole's spin
119 Food-testing circuit could eliminate waste
120 Decline in leatherback turtles reported
121 Cosmic explosions give dark energy clues
122 Mystery of ancient fish's teeth solved
123 Brain-boosting video games urged
124 Camera in football records ball's flight
125 Fossil shows early use of limbs to feed
126 U.S. research to be free online
127 Comet may give Mars a close shave in 2014
128 Pandora to cap non-paying listening
129 U.N. offers illegal fishing proposal
130 Endangered species take to world swamps
131 Study: Left-hand turn, cellphone don't mix
132 Scientists probe preserved mammoth's brain
133 Legal rhino horn trade urged to save them
134 Building blocks of life may be in space
135 U.K. ISPs ordered to block torrent sites
136 Nokia holds off on QWERTY phone keyboards
137 China plans manned space mission
138 Scientist play down 'tipping point' theory
139 Telescope sees distant giant planet form
140 NASA instrument scans ocean salinity
141 China, U.S. in hacking blame war
142 Video games found to help with dyslexia
143 Van Allen belt study reveals surprises
144 Japan to allow F-35 parts manufacture
145 Groupon CEO Mason: 'I was fired today'
146 African, Asian dust affects Calif. weather
147 Russian meteor misidentified by most
148 Mission to space station has orbit problem
149 Australia now fattest country, study says