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1 Damselfish eye confuses would-be predators
2 Dead cell removal process gives lupus hint
3 Quakes trigger undersea methane belch
4 Precious helium is 'just being let go'
5 Arctic drilling: UK 'complacent,' say MPs
6 Dover's White Cliffs: Would you mine them for 1bn pounds--worth of gold?
7 Rural Irish defy EU restrictions on turf-cutting
8 Nature and temptation in the Seychelles
9 Pope Francis: Who am I to judge gay people?
10 Mid-East peace talks to resume in Washington
11 Iraq violence: Wave of deadly car bombs targets Shias
12 Italy coach crash: At least 38 dead near Avellino
13 Spain train crash: Funeral Mass in Santiago de Compostela
14 USS Indianapolis sinking: 'You could see sharks circling'
15 Unrepentant Nazi criminal Priebke chills Rome
16 Eve players stage giant online space battle
17 Alzheimer's blood test edges closer
18 How to build your own Tardis
19 Doctor Who fan-mania: Why I had to build my own Tardis
20 Viewpoint: Does Caligula deserve his bad reputation?
21 Saks snapped up by Canada's Hudson's Bay in $2.9bn deal
22 Car key immobiliser hack revelations blocked by UK court
23 Egypt crisis: Morsi supporters stage defiant marches
24 The myths behind online pornography censorship
25 Google asked to remove 100 million 'piracy' links in 2013
26 Twitter abuse: Why cyberbullies are targeting women
27 FBI 'saves 105 trafficked children' in 76 US cities
28 Testicular cancer survival rates 'soaring' in UK
29 Home Secretary Theresa May diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes
30 Mentally ill people 'hit hard by recession'
31 South African chef 'too fat' to live in New Zealand
32 Virginia Johnson: The 'first woman of sex therapy'
33 Chocolate craving comes from total sensory pleasure
34 Trans Pride: coming to terms with gender identity
35 Apple has China labor problems--again
36 Co-founder of Russia's biggest search engine dies
37 FDA: Anabolic steroids found in vitamin B supplement
38 Skipping breakfast may be healthy way to lose weight for some
39 The science behind pleasure-seeking
40 Bird enthusiasts flock to New Mexico to see rare species
41 Hacker who made ATMs spit out cash dies in Calif.
42 Mysterious giant magnet attracts rock-star status
43 Melting ice forms lake in the North Pole
44 Thousands of bees attack Texas couple, kill horses
45 Disaster at sea: Shipwreck forces a mother to make an unthinkable choice
46 Tour bus plunges into Italian ravine, killing at least 38
47 80% of U.S. adults face near-poverty, unemployment, survey finds
48 Mark Hirsch: How a tree helped heal me
49 Pope Francis: "Who am I to judge" gay clergy?
50 Anthony Weiner's campaign manager calls it quits
51 Fast-food workers: Have it your way--elsewhere
52 Israel approves release of 104 Palestinian prisoners
53 Powering the Future: The next big thing in batteries
54 Google's Chromecast has surprising use
55 Why Apple is a dead company walking
56 George Costanza on investing, part 2
57 Nora Roberts' happily-ever-after life
58 Hamburgers: More than just goodness on a bun
59 Web extra: How to cook a hot dog
60 Let us now praise the hot dog
61 FBI: 105 sexually exploited children rescued in Operation Cross Country VII
62 Major disturbance outside L.A. after surfing event
63 Despite Spain crash, California proceeding with high-speed rail system
64 Erroneous quote on MLK memorial to be removed
65 Are the tides turning for immigration reform in the House?
66 Hillary Clinton, Obama lunching at the White House
67 Amid $16B in losses, Congress proposes changes for the Postal Service
68 Jewelry heist in Cannes fit for a movie
69 Mechanical failure eyed in deadly Indiana bus crash
70 Oregon spends big to pitch youth on Obamacare benefits
71 Voter ID bill raises controversy in North Carolina
72 Egyptian troops fire on Morsi supporters; 72 dead
73 Sgt. Reckless, Korean warhorse that aided Marines, immortalized in bronze
74 Twitter users share their happiest moments through photo project
75 FDA: Anabolic steroids found in vitamin B supplement
76 Is full moon ruining your full night's sleep? Study says yes
77 Scientists figure out how cats cause allergies, could pave way for treatment
78 FDA proposes stricter safety rules for imported food
79 Two cups of coffee may lower suicide risk by almost half
80 FDA proposes stricter food safety rules for imports
81 Study: MERS may not become the next SARS pandemic
82 Coldhearted Psychopaths Feel Empathy Too
83 What is a Medical Ultrasound?
84 Does 'Roid Rage' Really Exist?
85 Will Two Worms Grow from a Worm Cut in Half?
86 The Science of Sensation
87 Mysterious Hum Driving People Crazy Around the World
88 Former CIA Director: Fixing the U.S. Energy Strategy (Op-Ed)
89 Weird Weather: Dry Seasons Start Earlier, Are Wetter
90 How Babies Learn to Fear Heights
91 Mars Rover Curiosity Spied from Space
92 Bad Sleep? Blame the Moon
93 Martian Meteorites May Be Younger Than Thought, Studies Suggest
94 Walrus Bones Found In Old London Burial Ground
95 More Teen Girls Need HPV Shot, CDC Says
96 Condoms May Boost Beneficial Vaginal Bacteria
97 Women's Cancer Risk Increases with Height
98 False Memories Implanted in Mice
99 How Electrons Are Supercharged in Earth's Radiation Belt
100 Cruise to Set Sail to Investigate Ocean Acidification
101 1 in 4 Surgery Errors Due to Technology Problems
102 Why MERS is Not the New SARS
103 NYC Performs Final Subway Airflow Test
104 'Blackfish' Is an Intense Look at Orcas in Captivity (Op-Ed)
105 Animal Sex: How Birds Do It
106 Does Leaving Fluorescent Lights On Save Energy?
107 As Wild Horses Swelter, Interior Secretary Must Act (Op-Ed)
108 Blowout Raises Questions About Tar-Sands Oil (Op-Ed)
109 Pope Signals Openness to Gay Priests
110 Why Patents Won't Kill 3D-Printing Innovation (Op-Ed)
111 Medieval Coffin at King Richard III Site Holds...Another Coffin
112 Turf Wars: Irish Fighting Ban on Peat Harvesting
113 Sparkling Wines from Sussex? Climate Change Swirls Wine Production (Op-Ed)
114 Underwater Forest Discoverers Looking to Protect Unique Site
115 Top Foods Children Choke On
116 Philadelphia Shatters Record for the Heaviest Rain in a Day
117 Arsenic in Drinking Water: Costly Change Could Lower Levels