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1 Late 20th century hottest in over 1000 years
2 Loss of choice in health programs valued
3 Antares rocket aces first test flight
4 Orbital's Antares rocket makes test flight
5 Dreamliner: Boeing starts replacing 787 batteries
6 Green spaces boosts wellbeing of urban dwellers--study
7 Walkers urged to spot hen harriers
8 Boston Marathon bombs: Prosecutors prepare charges
9 'Foreigners held' by Afghan Taliban insurgents in Logar
10 Half Guantanamo detainees on hunger strike
11 Seattle apartment shootings leave five dead
12 Hollywood actress Reese Witherspoon 'arrested'
13 The sex manual for ultra-Orthodox Jews
14 The story of how the tin can nearly wasn't
15 Finding joy in the hypocrisy of others
16 Burma riots: Video shows police failing to stop attack
17 Dreamliner: Boeing 'may never find battery fault cause'
18 Belgorod: Six dead in western Russia shooting
19 Huge six-legged robot built in UK by enthusiast
20 Man escapes 'head-seizing' crocodile in northern Australia
21 Worm therapy: Why parasites may be good for you
22 The scissor-maker that has cut through Chinese history
23 Dutch police make arrest over Leiden school gun threat
24 The North Korean spy who blew up a plane
25 Google fined over illegal wi-fi data capture in Germany
26 Facebook home downloaded 500,000 times in two weeks
27 Japanese police target users of Tor anonymous network
28 Google boss defends UK tax record to BBC
29 Has 3D printing in the home been over-hyped?
30 and the business of charity
31 Space debris collisions expected to rise
32 EU lifts sanctions against Burma
33 News Corp. settles phone-hacking claim
34 Obituary: India's 'human computer' Shakuntala Devi
35 South Sudan clashes: Army 'attacked Lorema hospital'
36 Nurses 'drowning in sea of paperwork'
37 Google fined by German data protection agency
38 Google commemorates Earth Day 2013 with animation of seasons
39 Natura Pets recalls dry foods for dog and cats over salmonella
40 If only: Dealing with regret
41 Antares rocket climbs into space on maiden flight
42 Professor Alan Alda teaches scientists how to speak
43 Social media's role in Boston bombing investigation
44 Boston manhunt complicated by Ustream, Twitter
45 Boston bombing suspect awake, answering questions
46 Reese Witherspoon, husband James Toth arrested
47 Reese Witherspoon apologizes, "deeply embarrassed" after arrest
48 Feds want to speak to older Boston bombings suspect's wife, lawyer says
49 Photograph of Boston police officer delivering milk to family during lockdown goes viral
50 Police: Shots fired at Colo. pot holiday gathering
51 Boston bombing suspect: Enemy combatant or criminal?
52 2014: The next frontier in the gun control battle?
53 U.S. providing Syrian rebels $123M more in aid
54 GOP senator: Delay immigration reform so we don't "rush to some judgments"
55 GOP giving Dem House candidates early taste of 2014 attacks
56 Vet group targets Sanford: He "abandoned his post"
57 Be meaningful or be quiet
58 9 in 10 back universal gun background checks
59 House investigators talking to new Benghazi whistleblowers
60 Europe's politicians leave carbon market in coma
61 The quick facts about ricin
62 Forest ecology: Splinters of the Amazon
63 Public health: Polio's moving target
64 'Living fossil' genome unlocked
65 Spain delays multimillion research grants
66 Zebrafish genome helps in hunt for treatments
67 HIV in breastmilk spikes at weaning
68 US ricin attacks are more scary than harmful
69 Tracking whole colonies shows ants make career moves
70 Kepler spies water worlds
71 Austerity-led brain drain is killing Greek science
72 Cancer researchers revisit 'failed' clinical trials
73 Inbred royals show traces of natural selection
74 Those resistant to 'love hormone' may also be easier to hypnotize
75 Hurricane may have triggered earthquake aftershocks
76 Third time is a charm for Orbital's cargo rocket
77 Climate zones will shift faster as world warms
78 Smoke and mirrors
79 Look after the pennies
80 Due credit
81 Orbital Sciences launches Antares rocket
82 The Sounds of Progress: NASA's Space Launch System Engineers Begin Acoustic Testing
83 Space Shuttle substitute makes headway
84 NASA Commercial Crew Partner Boeing Completes Launch Vehicle Adapter Review
85 Swiss firm plans robotic mini-shuttle
86 XCOR Driving Rocket Science Forward With Lynx Suborbital Vehicle
87 Moog Conducts More Than 7,900 Hot Fire Tests on 400 Engines in 2012
88 Drone 'space ship' app to help robots on future missions
89 NASA urged to preserve funding for planetary science missions
90 NASA Invests in Small Business Innovative Research and Technology Proposals to Enable Future Missions
91 Lockheed Martin to Continue Providing Life Sciences Support To NASA
92 Michoud Building LNG Tanks For Lockheed Martin
93 Cosmonaut becomes oldest person to walk in space, Russia ministry says
94 Mice "crew" of the Russian space satellite having troubles
95 Russia puts mice, newts in space for a month
96 Stephane Israel named Chairman and CEO of Arianespace
97 Star factory in the early Universe challenges galaxy evolution theory
98 Astronomers observe 'blazar' emitting highest-energy light ever seen
99 Supernova may have left biological 'signature' in ancient Earth
100 The mathematical method for simulating the evolution of the solar system has been improved
101 Discovery of a Blue Supergiant Star Born in the Wild
102 A Ghostly Green Bubble
103 Suzaku 'Post-mortem' Yields Insight into Kepler's Supernova
104 Observationally Confirmed Supernova Explosion of a Yellow Supergiant Star
105 Stars in NGC 602a
106 Hubble breaks record for furthest supernova
107 Supernova remnant 1987A continues to reveal its secrets
108 Swirling Secrets
109 Full tank, please For ATV Einstein
110 Yuanwang III, VI depart for space-tracking missions
111 Shenzhou's Shadow Crew
112 Kepler Discovers Its Smallest Habitable Zone Planets
113 Astronomers find most Earth-like planets yet
114 Kepler Finds Two Water Worlds 1200 Lights Years Away
115 Five-Planet System With Most Earth-Like Exoplanet Yet Found
116 Can One Buy the Right to Name a Planet?
117 Early Galaxies Were Ahead Of Their Time
118 Green Pea galaxies could help astronomers understand early universe
119 A new twist for quantum systems
120 Photons run out of loopholes
121 On wings of light
122 Scientists propose revolutionary laser system to produce the next LHC
123 Northrop Grumman's Astro Aerospace Receives Follow-On Order for 48 More JIB Antennas for GPS III Satellites
124 What makes a good astronaut?
125 Testing Spacesuits in Antarctica, part 1
126 Underwater for outer space
127 NASA Seeks Innovative Suborbital Flight Technology Proposals
128 IRIS Solar Satellite Arrives at Vandenberg AFB for Launch
129 Supernova Remnant
130 Notre Dame astrophysicist discovers 5-planet system like Earth
131 New technique measures evaporation globally
132 Extreme Algae Blooms: The New Normal?
133 Osmosis is not driven by water dilution
134 Dead fish cause for concern in China river
135 NASA's Newest Solar Mission Spacecraft Delivered to Launch Site