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What US cybersecurity needs: a few more good guys
Bin Laden dead: Why people celebrate, and why it probably won't last
Southwest Airlines, despite cracks in planes, among Top 5 airlines
Indiana Democrats' Wisconsin-style walkout ends after flurry of compromise
Risk of fresh Haiti earthquake could be greater than previously thought
Amelia Earhart mystery solved? South Pacific bones may have answers.
Nobel Prize in chemistry awarded for palladium work
Japan revels in good news: two Nobel Prize winners
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Tornadoes in Wisconsin, Montana spur early warning system
In finding BP oil spill flow rate, lab science meets real world
Scientists attempt to unravel the mysteries of asteroids
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John Wooden: Lessons for basketball and life
America must come to terms with a new vulnerability
In Texas, social studies textbooks get a conservative make-over
Feds demand that BP provide confidential Gulf oil spill data
Texas textbook war: 'Slavery' or 'Atlantic triangular trade'?
Global warming: Earth could become unbearably hot, researchers say
UConn basketball puts history - and UCLA - in its sights
Need privacy? Grow some with a living fence.
Evan Bayh decision not to run just like Peyton Manning's 4th quarter interception
Haiti earthquake: Why the Caribbean is a mini ring of fire
The geology underlying the devastating Haiti earthquake
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Senate panel passes immigration reform bill: how Republicans helped shape it
Terrorist watch lists: Are they working as they should?
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In Brotherhood's Egypt, blasphemy charges against Christians surge ahead
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