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1 Britain 'running out of wheat' owing to bad weather
2 How airline pricing works
3 Nelson Mandela discharged from South Africa hospital
4 Iraq unrest: Deadly blast at Baquba political rally
5 Iran nuclear: Ashton says positions 'still far apart'
6 Afghanistan bomb kills NATO personnel in Zabul province
7 Ikea pulls elk lasagne found to contain pork
8 Tweets of the week: Bieber's monkey and Roger Ebert
9 After Mandela what will happen to South Africa?
10 Obama apology: US media react to Kamala Harris 'sexism' row
11 Target apologises for 'Manatee Gray' plus-sized dress
12 Jet pilots doze off on duty twice in London area
13 Obama sorry over Kamala Harris 'good-looking' comment
14 Boxer Michael Norgrove dies days after ring collapse
15 Kashmir: UK woman 'stabbed to death'
16 US plays down North Korea threat
17 Tasmania's true wilderness
18 China steps up bird flu precautions
19 US judge lifts 'morning after' pill age limit
20 Warming temperatures melt 1600 years worth of ice in 25 years
21 In Sign of Warming, 1,600 Years of Ice in Andes Melted in 25 Years
22 NASA plans to lasso asteroid, bring it closer to Earth, senator says
23 NASA to Get $100 Million for Asteroid-Capture Mission, Senator Says
24 Incoming! Asteroid miners are getting financial boost from NASA cash
25 Future of organs? Synthetic tissue built with 3-D printer
26 Droplet printing assembles soft networks
27 Volcanoes on Jupiter's Moon Io Are All Wrong, NASA Says
28 Scientists to Io: Volcanoes are in the Wrong Spot
29 Curiosity Rover Goes Solo on Mars for 1st Time Today
30 Curiosity Rover Parachute Flaps In Mars Wind In NASA Orbiter Photos
31 Why Does this Fish Have Gin-Clear Blood?
32 The Ocellated Ice Fish At The Tokyo Sea Life Park Has Clear Blood And No Scales, Scientists Say
33 Noisy cicadas come back to life after years underground
34 Five fish stow away on tsunami-tossed boat
35 Live tsunami fish take slow boat to Washington state
36 New York Aquarium on Coney Island, swamped by Hurricane Sandy, to reopen May 25
37 Getting Back In the Swim After Sandy
38 Newly discovered supernova could reveal mysteries of dark energy
39 Farthest Star Explosion Yet Revealed by Hubble
40 Low Great Lakes water levels plague shipping, recreation
41 NASA selects MIT-led TESS project for 2017 mission
42 NASA Selects Explorer Investigations for Formulation
43 NASA chooses all-sky planet hunter, neutron star watcher for liftoff in 2017
44 Ancient site unearthed in Biblical home of Abraham
45 Huge find throws new light on ancient Iraq
46 Environmentalist jailed over blog post
47 Climate change will increase extreme precipitation levels
48 Majority Of Republicans Feel America Should Address Climate Change
49 High School Students Debate Climate Change: Adapt or Geoengineer?
50 World's First Video Camera in Space to be Launched October 16
51 Live Public-Access Video Feeds to Come From Space [PHOTOS]
52 The Plan B morning-after pill and the new war on abortion
53 Judge Strikes Down Age Limits on Morning-After Pill
54 U.S. judge widens 'morning-after' pill access for young girls
55 Herpes Strikes Two More Infants After Ritual Circumcision
56 Two more babies stricken with herpes after ritual ultra-orthodox Jewish oral blood sucking circumcision in New York City
57 Infant Contracts Herpes Through Orthodox Jewish Circumcision Ritual, NYC Health Officials Say
58 As Walgreen Plays Doctor, Family Physicians Bristle
59 Walgreen clinics add care of chronic illnesses to boost sales
60 Walgreens expands care for chronic conditions
61 Interim Health Dept. Head in Massachusetts Leaving After 8 Months
62 Massachusetts interim public health commissioner stepping down
63 Heart Health Benefits The Same For Runners And Walkers, Study Shows
64 Brisk Walking May Equal Running for Heart Health
65 Walking may be just as effective as running for bringing heart benefits
66 Police teach tactics for handling 'sovereign citizens'
67 Three justices' concern over gay parenting surprises experts
68 Laws against driving and cellphone use aren't working, study finds
69 Try This: 'Elephant ears' massage helps kids perk up
70 Health Officials Report Hepatitis A Scare in a New York
71 City Issues Hepatitis A Warning For Patrons Of West Village Restaurant
72 Survey shows parents back teens getting birth control
73 Teens having babies in D.C. need more than talk
74 Half of couples move in before marriage, stay there longer: CDC
75 More Americans are living together before marriage, study finds
76 Nanokicking Stem Cells Offers Cheaper And Easier Way To Grow New Bone
77 Writing the Book on Stem Cells
78 Think pink 'for the Cure'
79 Genetic Markers May Predict Increased Risk of Alzheimer's
80 Can computers decode dreams? Researchers take a first step
81 Could Scientists Peek Into Your Dreams?
82 'Humane Heroes' sought
83 Two other R.I. medical marijuana dispensaries plan to open soon
84 Biothreat detector being developed
85 China preps civilian use of GPS system
86 Canada to probe 'muzzling' of scientists
87 Japan eyes rare earths cache on sea bottom
88 Age of Neanderthal remains re-analyzed
89 Black hole seen devouring cosmic 'snack'
90 Giant pockmarks found on Pacific seafloor
91 LHC upgrade could yield dark matter
92 Study: China fish catch underreported
93 Iceland volcanoes said growing threat
94 Australia braces for more extreme weather
95 Arctic sea ice at lowest level in decades
96 Scientists make hydrogen fuel from plants
97 'Pre-life' chemistry on Saturn moon?
98 Billions of Earth-like worlds could exist
99 Temperature shifts may change global rain
100 Acid rain still plagues parts of the world
101 Rover parachute flaps in Mars wind
102 Space instrument may have seen dark matter
103 S. Africa details rhino poaching numbers
104 Apple App Store to emphasize age ratings
105 'Breathprints' could be diagnostic tool
106 Ancient whale survived longer than thought
107 Hubble finds most distant supernova yet
108 Facebook reveals 'Home' for Android phones
109 Global warming proves helpful for penguins
110 Comet, not asteroid, said dinosaur killer
111 New moms can view babies on iPad
112 Study: Asian carp not yet Great Lakes risk
113 Chemists see clues to early Earth life
114 Russia may join asteroid retrieval mission
115 Rare river otter spotted near Colo. city
116 Record ice cover seen in Baltic Sea
117 Study: Famine risks not handled well
118 HP chairman gives up top post
119 Russian Wikipedia in drug article flap
120 Einstein's theory at work in star pair
121 British ban on neonicotinoids urged
122 Chemistry of Jupiter moon could aid life
123 Tablet sales gain, PC sales sinking
124 Tyson, U.S. settle Clean Air Act dispute
125 Ice cores preserve 1,800 years of climate
126 600-year-old tombs found in China
127 Stars seen forming close to black hole
128 White House: China tech ban needs revision