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1 Yellowstone's hotspot theory heats up
2 Oceans may explain climate change slowdown
3 Heart, lungs may be able to 'smell' food
4 Primate call gives clues to human speech origins
5 Chocolate and agar recipe can halve the fat
6 Curiosity rover traces loss of Martian air
7 Red meat chemical 'damages heart,' say US scientists
8 Particles from fossil fuels 'affect the growth of corals'
9 Baby orangutans rescued by wheelbarrow in Borneo
10 Ex-Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher dies, aged 87
11 Obituary: Margaret Thatcher
12 Margaret Thatcher: How PM legitimised green concerns
13 Margaret Thatcher: view from the entertainment world
14 'Patent medicines' study X-rays old-time remedies
15 Why even prehistoric firms should embrace social media
16 Unravelling the mystery of Pablo Neruda's death
17 Brewing a love of beer in Brussels
18 North Korea suspends works at Kaesong industrial zone
19 Hamas 'force men to cut long hair'
20 Lindsay Sandiford loses Bali death sentence appeal
21 Why fake ID is an American rite of passage
22 Timbuktu fears French troops withdrawal from Mali
23 The myth of the eight-hour sleep
24 Wikileaks publishes 1.7m US diplomatic records
25 Two US children killed as construction site collapses
26 Radical roads drive robot cars
27 Serbia rejects EU-brokered deal on Kosovo
28 Gamestick console release date delayed
29 Skype trojan forces Bitcoin mining, security firm warns
30 Kent youth PCC Paris Brown's tweets 'not checked'
31 Film studios request removal of takedown notices
32 Paris Brown: Could 'right to be forgotten' help?
33 James Bond cyber crime expectations 'unrealistic'
34 Plane flights 'to get more turbulent'
35 Margaret Thatcher: Why the US loved her
36 'Absurd' drug laws 'hinder research'--Prof. David Nutt
37 Appetite control could be rewired, say researchers
38 China closes Nanjing market over H7N9 bird flu
39 Using tree food recipes to fight off malnutrition
40 Report claims Google in talks to acquire WhatsApp for $1 billion
41 Super dense dead star warps light of stellar companion
42 Study: Dengue strikes 390 million people a year, four times more than earlier estimates
43 International health officials mull sending bird flu team to China
44 NASA approves planet hunting satellite for 2017 launch
45 Microsoft to announce new Xbox at May event, report says
46 Air pollution impacts coral growth, scientists report
47 Hackers target Israeli websites, fail to disrupt
48 Broadcasters struggle to win back the "Zero TV" crowd
49 How dummies, drills aid medical training
50 NASA mulls asteroid capture mission, eventual manned visits
51 ITC says Samsung text-selection feature infringes Apple patent
52 Carnitine chemical, not fat, may explain link between red meat and heart disease
53 Chelsea Clinton: Mom will make "right choice" about 2016
54 ACM--Awards 2013: List of winners
55 Bodies of two kids recovered after construction site accident
56 Newtown families voice support for gun control
57 NRA's LaPierre "reminds me of the clowns at the circus," Malloy says
58 Obama bringing gun fight back to Connecticut
59 Gang of eight hoping for immigration bill this week, Schumer says
60 Church: Pastor Rick Warren's son commits suicide
61 S. Korea: North may be prepping missile test
62 Jenna Jameson, former porn star, accused of battery in Calif., police say
63 Kacey Musgraves: More to country than trucks, tailgates
64 The revolutionary comedy of Egypt's Bassem Youssef
65 The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum at 20
66 Carol Burnett, through laughter and tears
67 Almanac: Birth of a breakfast cereal king
68 The trail blazed by Jackie Robinson
69 Lawsuit: Baby food should have lead warning labels
70 Lead poisoning rates rise in U.S. after CDC lowers blood cutoff
71 Cancer patient, 7, scores heartwarming touchdown
72 Does the Heart Have a Sense of Smell?
73 NASA to Get $100 Million for Asteroid-Capture Mission, Senator Says
74 Ingredient for Life Common on Jupiter's Icy Moon Europa
75 5 Strange Cultural Facts About North Korea
76 Science Project: Classes Evolving to Help Students Compete
77 Reference: Hatshepsut: First Female Pharaoh
78 Reference: How Are Elements Grouped?
79 Mathematics is the Pursuit of Beauty
80 Huge Iceberg's Remnants Spotted 13 Years Later
81 Why Does this Fish Have Gin-Clear Blood?
82 Obama's Brain Map Initiative Needs a Rethinking
83 Negative Tweets About Flu Vaccine Are 'Contagious'
84 Will the CDC's Bird Flu Vaccine Work if the Virus Mutates?
85 What the Driest Desert in the World Feels Like
86 Parasite Causes Mice to Permanently not Fear Cats
87 Mass Extinction Not so Bad for Plankton?
88 Think Your Job Is Robot-Proof? Think Again
89 Ancient Christian Wine Factory Found in Israel
90 Sahara Went from Green to Desert in a Flash
91 Sandy-Damaged NY Aquarium to Partially Reopen
92 Caribou Bones Reveal New Arctic Habitats
93 Perfect Storm: Climate Change and Hurricanes
94 Math for the Real World
95 Weather Nerds Have Fun With 'Twister' on Twitter
96 How Climate Change May Help Penguin Colony
97 Volcanoes on Jupiter's Moon Io Are All Wrong, NASA Says
98 Curse of King Tut's Tomb Turns 90
99 CDC Building New Bird Flu Vaccine
100 Program Pointed Students to Mathematics Research
101 Vet Wants to Legalize Pot for Dogs
102 5 Mysterious Particles Lurking Underground
103 3D Printed Material Mimics Biological Tissue
104 Cheap Drones Made in China Could Arm US Foes
105 Made in America: Sperm One of Country's Hottest Exports
106 Post Sandy: The Jersey Shore's Susceptibility to Major Storms
107 Morning After Pill May Become Available to All Ages
108 White Tiger Cubs Cute But Controversial
109 Near-Death Experiences More Vivid Than Real Life
110 Earthquake Swarm Rattles North Iceland