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1 Oldest known star discovered
2 Warming slowdown caused by Pacific winds
3 Prehistoric carnivore had 'steak knife' teeth
4 UK floods: Somerset farmland water plan defended
5 Met Office: Evidence 'suggests climate change link to storms'
6 Abalone boom 'like lottery win' for NZ fishermen
7 Why did Copenhagen Zoo kill its giraffe?
8 UK floods: Homes evacuated as swollen Thames keeps rising
9 More Syrians flee besieged Homs Old City
10 Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg named top US philanthropist
11 Vitamin C 'gives chemotherapy a boost'
12 'Surplus' giraffe put down at Copenhagen Zoo
13 Flappy Bird creator removes game from app stores
14 Iraq militants 'killed by own bomb'
15 Utah newlywed dies after base jump parachute failure
16 Cheltenham lapdancers' 'heavy' Alex Morris jailed
17 Lego Movie leaves Monuments in pieces
18 EU neighbours regret Swiss vote for immigration quotas
19 Actor Shia LaBeouf walks out of Berlin press conference
20 Family of kayaker Gareth Lockyer pay tribute to 'kind' man
21 Peterborough ditch murders: Pair guilty of aiding killer Joanna Dennehy
22 Student visa system fraud exposed in BBC investigation
23 Who, What, Why: Do beavers prevent flooding?
24 Douglas Slocombe: The cameraman who escaped the Nazi invasion of Poland
25 How being watched changes you--without you knowing
26 Hollande and Obama make joint call for climate accord
27 Burundi floods: Many dead in Bujumbura
28 Vietnam's illegal trade in rhino horn
29 Palestinian refugees' suffering in Syria's Yarmouk camp
30 Why I want a microchip implant
31 Is 'Chinawood' the new Hollywood?
32 Why did India's art boom go bust?
33 Why figure skaters are drawn to Schindler's List music
34 A Point of View: Why I don't tweet
35 The rise of drug overdoses in the US
36 Minecraft-makers cancel film inspired by game
37 Ministers bid to block extremist videos posted on foreign websites
38 Next Silicon Valleys: What makes Israel a start-up nation?
39 Next Silicon Valleys: How did California get it so right?
40 Are typewriters the answer to snooping?
41 How to compose classical music with your brainwaves
42 New X-ray app can be used for testing and training worldwide
43 Jungle Fever: The Exotic Disease Detectives
44 Lewis Moody talks about managing his ulcerative colitis
45 Gay NFL draft prospect Michael Sam praised by Michelle Obama
46 Does the use of facial recognition technology need be reined in?
47 Google doodle swipes at Russia's gay rights clampdown
48 Team USA's bobsled, luge and skeleton get high-tech tune-up
49 Scientists discover 800,000-year-old "pioneer man" footprints in England
50 What do you really think? Anonymous apps allow for secret messaging
51 Sochi 2014: Privacy and hacking at the Olympic Games
52 NASA's Curiosity rover snaps first photo of Earth from Mars
53 California leaders announce "kill switch" bill
54 Danish zoo kills healthy giraffe, feeds it to lions
55 Danish Zoo staff get death threats after giraffe killing
56 Why Apple wants to know when you are sleeping
57 Apple said to be studying solar, motion charging for iWatch
58 Team USA Olympic speed skaters will race in "world's fastest suit"
59 Flappy Bird creator yanks viral mobile game
60 Nielsen study: Media everywhere, bathroom included
61 Would you pay $100,000 for "Flappy Bird" on a used iPhone?
62 UAE plans to use drones to deliver official documents
63 Should patients have direct access to their lab results?
64 Guyana beefs up security after U.S. flight threat warning
65 Drugs can affect men and women differently
66 Winter Olympics 2014: Jamie Anderson completes U.S. sweep of slopestyle
67 Federal government to expand recognition of same-sex marriages
68 Rand Paul to GOP: Change your tune, or Texas goes Democratic
69 Bill Nye defends evolution in Kentucky debate
70 Families scrambling to feed themselves face cuts to food stamps
71 Democrats: GOP claims they can't trust Obama are just "excuses"
72 Sochi 2014: Privacy and hacking at the Olympic Games
73 Survivor of Syrian poison gas massacre still feels psychological effects
74 India's killer tiger thwarts hunters, strikes again
75 2nd round of Syria peace talks get off to rocky start
76 Man electrocuted while taking photos of SoCal sunset
77 Who? Where? Snowy owls are flocking to East Coast
78 Doctor diagnoses man's mysterious illness with help from TV's "House"
79 New peanut allergy patch could be a game-changer
80 Study: How to get kids to eat their vegetables
81 Bob Schieffer on CVS and cigarettes
82 Doctor to release findings on toxic dust from Iraq
83 Kids buzzing on caffeine as early as preschool, study finds
84 California company recalls 8.7 million pounds of meat
85 Recovery from stroke harder on women than men
86 2014 Winter Olympics: Which winter sports burn the most calories?
87 Diabetes, obesity a growing problem in developing world
88 How to keep your dog safe in cold, snowy weather
89 Kids should unplug before sleep, study suggests
90 Stomach bugs on cruise ships: Tips to stay safe
91 Biggest Loser 60% weight loss: Is it healthy?
92 Leonard Nimoy says he has lung disease
93 Subway sandwich chain to remove chemical found in yoga mats from bread
94 Astronomers Discover Oldest Star in the Universe
95 Australian scientists discover oldest known star
96 Australian Astronomers Discover Oldest Star With The SkyMapper Telescope
97 Australians discover oldest star: ANU
98 SkyMapper turns up oldest star ever found
99 Distant galaxy reveals 'cradle of our universe'
100 Farthest Galaxy Spotted Tells Tails Of Universe's Childhood (VIDEO)
101 Most Distant Galaxy Discovered! It Reveals Glimpse Of Cosmos' Infancy [Video]
102 Hubble Space Telescope Helps Solve Mystery Of Universe's Massive Galactic Burnouts
103 How the Endangered Species Act is Endangering Species
104 Changes to Endangered Species Act Sought
105 Independent Peer Review Panel Rejects Science Behind Secretary Jewell's Proposal to Delist Wolves
106 Bears and eagles and seals, oh my. How five endangered species have fared.
107 Branson Says Space Venture to Fly Paying Customers This Year (1)
108 Scientists plant microscopic cell motors in human tissue
109 Researchers use nanomotors to probe insides of living cells
110 Nanomotors navigate live human cells in "Fantastic Voyage" style
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