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1 L.A. story: Cleaner air, healthier kids
2 Mental health soon after war-zone concussions predicts disability
3 Scientists question rush to build Nicaragua canal
4 New models yield clearer picture of emissions' true costs
5 How big data can be used to understand major events
6 Women in business
7 Stress markers in unemployed linked to poor health
8 Amphetamine gets the job done: Using drugs to work long hours
9 Basic personality changes linked to unemployment, study finds
10 Leader of the pack: Study of voles and owls show rise of individuals with greatest influence on collective group behavior
11 How income fraud made the housing bubble worse
12 Women seek greater variety in men and consumer products near ovulation
13 Workplace bullying a vicious circle
14 People value resources more consistently when they are scarce
15 An Internet of Things reality check
16 Creative genius driven by distraction
17 On-board school bus filtration system reduces pollutants by 88 percent
18 Teachers become healthier when they learn
19 Teacher prejudices put girls off math, science, study suggests
20 Biology teachers: Understanding faith, teaching evolution not mutually exclusive
21 Education 'experts' cited in news stories may lack expertise, study finds
22 Delaying children's school entry linked to poor academic performance
23 Teens increasingly sleep deprived
24 Learning with all the senses: Movement, images facilitate vocabulary learning
25 Public and scientists express strikingly different views about science-related issues
26 Speeding star accelerated by exploding companion
27 Space research: Exploding star provides hint on how dark matter warps light in the universe
28 Acrobatic praying mantises caught on video
29 Newly discovered moth a 'living dinosaur'...and more
30 Electrifying dust devil on the surface of Mars
31 Sheep use their brains to save water
32 Too much praise helps create narcissistic kids
33 DNA traces origins of 17th century African slaves
34 Completely implausible--a controversial paper exists, but so do black holes
35 Review: The new Moto E is the most phone you can get for $150
36 Hands-on with the Retina MacBook: One-port wonder
37 Steam Gauge: Measuring the most popular Steam games of 2014
38 Hands-on with Vivaldi, the new Web browser for power users
39 Gun firm offers $15,000 for Mark One carbon fiber 3-D printer
40 Valve announces $50 Steam Link streaming box, free Source 2 engine
41 Tech support scammer threatened to kill man when scam call backfired
42 Hillary Clinton ran private e-mail system while US secretary of state
43 Theaters dig in heels, refuse to show Netflix's Beasts of No Nation
44 FTC to award $25,000 for the best honeypot design to trap robocalls
45 Judge OKs $415 million no-poaching payout to Apple, Google employees
46 New CSI: Cyber show debuts on piracy sites ahead of broadcast
47 Probable Broadwell MacBook Air shows up in screenshots
48 Netflix opposes data cap exemptions, except when it benefits from them
49 EA closes SimCity studio Maxis Emeryville
50 Facebook post written in Florida lands US man in United Arab Emirates jail
51 It's about time: Microsoft releases free Office for Mac 2016 preview
52 What the Lumia 640 tells us about Windows Phone 8.1 Update 2
53 Comcast is not saying when it will make HBO Go available on the PS4
54 Apple becomes part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, AT&T gets the boot
55 Is Apple's real watch innovation a gold case that's as tough as steel?
56 NASA's Dawn mission slips into orbit at dwarf planet Ceres
57 Windows 10 Start menu turns transparent in new leaked build
58 Sling TV has 100,000 users, Re/code source says
59 Europe reverses course on net neutrality legislation
60 UK man arrested on suspicion of US Department of Defense hacking
61 Report: Florida environment office told not to say "climate change"
62 Solar Impulse 2 starts around-the-world flight
63 ESRB explains why Arkham Knight is the first ever M-rated Batman game
64 New Xbox One bundle throws in Halo: The Master Chief Collection for free
65 Microsoft drops patent hammer on Kyocera
66 HBO Now arrives this spring--$15 per month with Apple as launch partner [Updated]
67 Apple TV price dropping from $99 to $69
68 Apple releases iOS 8.2 today with Apple Watch support and plenty of bug fixes
69 Google officially announces Android 5.1
70 iOS 8.2 uses your home screen as an Apple Watch advertisement
71 To digitize a brain, first slice 2,000 times with a very sharp blade
72 Comcast has tons of objections to California's "approval" of TWC merger
73 [Micro]Torrent latest victim of crapware paranoia
74 When $278 billing dispute resurfaces years later, T-Mobile finally fixes it
75 Better testing desperately needed to fight antimicrobial resistance
76 Convicted Silk Road mastermind Ross Ulbricht demands trial do-over
77 Dolby's stereoscopic virtual reality proves utterly terrifying
78 You have the right to bear arms, not "electrical" arms, court declares
79 The Ambassador who worked from a Nairobi bathroom to avoid State Dept. IT
80 California's hot, dry winters tied to climate change
81 Why the long face? Retailer says domain infringes its IP
82 ResearchKit: Apple harnesses the power of iPhone for medical research
83 Apple reveals new 12" retina-display MacBook
84 Apple updates non-Retina MacBook Airs and the 13" Retina MacBook Pro
85 Apple Watch starts at $349, launching April 24
86 Intel's Xeon brand makes its first foray into SoC space with Xeon D
87 reddit CEO Ellen Pao: Harassment complaints fell on deaf ears at Kleiner Perkins
88 Cutting-edge hack gives super user status by exploiting DRAM weakness
89 How small cable companies say they get screwed by their larger rivals
90 One apartment complex's rule: You write a bad review, we fine you $10k
91 Two new spider species: 'Skeletorus' and 'Sparklemuffin'
92 Where did Europe get its languages? Scientists uncover new evidence.
93 Could that volcano in Chile slow global warming?
94 Weasel takes joyride on back of woodpecker
95 More than a rich man's hobby? Microsoft co-founder may have discovered a WWII battleship. (+video)
96 Were our ancestors pea-brained? Maybe not, say scientists. (+video)
97 A dancing guide to mathematical equations
98 With an ancient jawbone, scientists zero in on humanity's origins (+video)
99 Comet-orbiting spaceship glimpses its own shadow (+video)
100 Momofuku Ando's secret to instant ramen: tiny holes in the noodles (+video)
101 Ethiopia fossil could be from oldest known human species
102 How soon can we build a 'Chappie'?
103 Dawn closes in on Ceres: What astronomers hope to learn
104 Warp in spacetime lets astronomers watch the same star explode four times
105 When will Mars rover Curiosity be able to move its arm again? (+video)
106 Curiosity Mars rover suffers electrical problem (+video)
107 Is there dark matter in the sun? (+video)
108 NASA's Dawn spacecraft enters orbit around Ceres (+video)
109 If Florida censors climate change talk, it's not alone
110 What can opera teach us about particle physics?