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1 Alien material on the Moon
2 Mutated gene tie to motor neurone disease
3 Light-beam 'twins' take data farther
4 Stroke patients see signs of recovery in stem-cell trial
5 Ecuador tries to fix satellite after space debris crash
6 Chile fines Barrick Gold $16m for Pascua-Lama mine
7 Viewpoint: Mars--what we've learnt in five years
8 Exploring Germany's northernmost island
9 Syria conflict: EU considers amending arms embargo
10 Moore tornado: Barack Obama comforts Oklahoma victims
11 Sicily Mafia trial: Politicians in the dock
12 'In the six' and football's other strange Americanisms
13 Almost human: Lab treats trauma with virtual therapy
14 Bank holidays around the world
15 Longevity secrets of readers' pets who lived past 100 'dog years'
16 'Hairdo archaeologist' solves ancient fashion mystery
17 Saudi drivers in 'sidewalk skiing' craze
18 India jail-born man bails mother after 19 years
19 China parents apologise after teen's Egypt graffiti exposed
20 Pakistan teenager rescued after kidnap by fake Facebook friend
21 Angelina Jolie's aunt dies of breast cancer
22 People under stress stick to habits, good or bad
23 Nurse pleads guilty to deadly Sydney nursing home blaze
24 Cumbria tiger attack: Sarah McClay 'dragged' into pen
25 Heart attack drug may reduce tissue damage
26 Google's Eric Schmidt 'perplexed' over UK tax debate
27 Are Jupiter's moons our best chance to find alien life?
28 The jewellery designer who turns profits into aid for the poor
29 German railways to test anti-graffiti drones
30 US honours war dead on Memorial Day
31 Australia cardinal apologises over clergy child sex abuse
32 Sky apps defaced by Syrian Electronic Army hackers
33 Smart meters need to be harder to hack, experts say
34 Apple 1 from 1976 signed by Wozniak sells for $650,000
35 African Union accuses ICC of 'hunting' Africans
36 Down's syndrome 'linked to brain protein loss'
37 Neuron growth in children 'leaves no room for memories'
38 Adapting to life with a spinal cord injury
39 Avoiding the pitfalls of texting and walking
40 Moon dust gathered by Neil Armstrong discovered in warehouse after 40 years
41 NYC's bike share program hits the streets
42 Crack babies study finds little proof of long-term health woes
43 Can wedding therapy be "preventative psychology" for your marriage?
44 Delta 4 rocket boosts military comsat into orbit
45 Android 4.3 pops up in the wild after skipping Google I/O
46 Can a floating robot save a polluted canal?
47 Trip to space with Leonardo DiCaprio sells at auction for $1.5 million
48 Ashton Kutcher on Twitter: "Media kind of f***ed it up"
49 iPhone 5S and low-cost iPhone said to be multicolored
50 Sally Ride to be awarded Medal of Freedom posthumously
51 Cockroaches evolved to avoid sweetened poison
52 Google to add Galapagos Islands to Street
53 Hobby Lobby challenges birth control coverage
54 Airway made by 3D printer saves infant's life
55 Memorial Day: An evolved observance of America's fallen heroes
56 GOP ought to be "closed for repairs," says Bob Dole
57 Pope Francis takes aim at the Mafia
58 No problem: Yes, it's a BIG problem
59 Angelina Jolie's aunt dies of breast cancer days after op-ed
60 A war photographer's rediscovered images from Vietnam
61 Obama urges Americans to "step up" tornado aid
62 Ore. teen facing adult charges in school bomb plot
63 Finding healing powers through man's best friend
64 Elisabeth Rohm discusses her struggle with infertility
65 Consumer Reports' sunscreen ratings show price doesn't mean protection
66 FDA: Seven infections tied to steroid injections from Tenn. compounding pharmacy
67 Texas baby born after her mother was technically dead
68 Sugary drinks might raise kidney stone risk--But beer may help
69 Teens most guilty of underestimating calories in fast food, study reveals
70 World Health Organization: Coronavirus research stalled by scientific red tape
71 Scientists scratch the surface of itching's origins
72 Wedding weight loss: Do's and don'ts for the big day
73 Almost all states seeing big drop in teen birth rates
74 Alabama mystery illness determined to be flu, cold or pneumonia
75 Surgeons remove 4-pound hairball from 400-pound tiger
76 A "living artifact" of WWII shares his story
77 Birdwatchers answer the call of the wild
78 Calif. gov. bristles at releasing more prisoners
79 U.K. soldier's family pays painful visit to murder scene
80 Vietnam vet inspires Calif. town to help the wounded
81 The forecaster who sounded the alarm for Moore, Okla.
82 CBS News goes undercover in a Bangladesh clothing factory
83 Speedy New Dinosaur Found in Canada
84 3D Printers Demonstrate Rapid Robot Evolution
85 Gulf Killifish Show Defects from Crude Oil Exposure
86 The Career That's Growing in Popularity: Entrepreneurship
87 Captive-Bred Wallabies May Spread Antibiotic Resistance
88 Solar Plane Completes Longest Leg of Cross-Country Flight
89 Stephen Hawking Gets Superhero Treatment in New Comic
90 Amazon River 'Breathes' Carbon Dioxide from Rain Forest
91 How Celibate Gay Christians Deal With Desire
92 Glow-in-the-Dark Cockroach Among Top 10 New Species
93 Telescope Photographs Inky 'Strawberry Cocktail' Nebula for 15th Birthday
94 How the White Tiger Got His Coat
95 Simple Vision Test Predicts IQ
96 Pregnancy Hormone May Predict Postpartum-Depression Risk
97 Japanese Man Becomes Oldest to Scale Mount Everest
98 US Amphibians in Sharp Decline
99 Oops--Breakthrough Cloning Paper Has Errors
100 Study: Conservation Areas Not Protecting Unique Endangered Species
101 Yikes! Cockroaches Evolved to Avoid Sugary Baits
102 H7N9 Flu Study Hints at How It May Spread in People
103 Active Hurricane Season Expected, US Forecasters Say
104 Why the Internet Sucks You in Like a Black Hole
105 Big Earthquakes Create Global-Scale GPS Errors
106 Warp Drive and 'Star Trek': Physics of Future Space Travel (Op-Ed)
107 Reference: What is a Hologram?
108 Reference: Human Heart: Anatomy, Function & Facts
109 US Teen Birth Rate Drops
110 Cold-Loving Bacteria Offer Clues for Life on Mars
111 Can a Floating Robot Save a Polluted Canal?
112 Reference: Tenochtitlan: History of Aztec Capital
113 Battle-Bruised King Richard III Buried in Hasty Grave
114 Is There Such Thing as Healthy Fast Food?
115 The Best Beaches of 2013 Announced
116 Spin Zone: Physicists Get 1st Look at Strange Quantum Magnetism
117 Powerful Earthquake Strikes Russia
118 Brood II Cicadas Now Bugging New Yorkers
119 25 Worst Gadget Flops of All Time
120 What Is a Paw Paw?
121 Collapsed Washington Bridge Was Old, Obsolete
122 Russian Earthquake Could Be Deepest Ever
123 Normal or Not? When Body-Appearance Obsession Becomes a Disorder
124 After Sandy: NYC Beaches Serve as Model for Post-Disaster Rebuilding
125 Slow Earthquakes: Slippery Clays at Fault
126 Storm Clouds Ahead: Budget Cuts Threaten Severe Weather Forecasts
127 Spotted: 1st Evidence of Leopard Eating Chimp
128 Reference: Facts About Niobium
129 Menopausal 'Foggy Brain' Confirmed in Tests
130 Mom's Stress Before Conception Linked to Infant Mortality
131 Exquisite Map of Cosmos Hints at Universe's Birth
132 Reference: Facts About Molybdenum
133 Is Brad Pitt's Face Blindness For Real?
134 Algae Provide A Food Bank For Starving Coral
135 US Could Grow Enough Algae to Make 1/12 Nation's Fuel
136 Reference: What Are Superfoods?
137 The Emotion Men Should Hide in Job Interviews
138 UK Beach Quality Plummets
139 Mexican Cave Art Offers Peek into Pre-Spanish Past