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  1. Italy Steps In "It"
  2. Syria dragging its feet on weapons - Sky News Australia
  3. Jones and Watson share early lead in Phoenix
  4. Reports Show An Election Year Awash In Money
  5. Lawyer: Evidence Contradicts Christie On Closures
  6. DNC Raises Almost $65M Last Year, Spends As Much
  7. Gov. Chris Christie knew about George Washington Bridge lane closures during ... - New York Daily News
  8. UPDATE 1-TransCanada lauds US review of Keystone XL project - Reuters
  9. A look at Amanda Knox's Italian trials - Washington Post
  10. Super Bowl scare: White powder not hazardous - USA TODAY
  11. Jury Gets Case In Buttocks Injections Death
  12. Menendez Sets Up Fund For Ethics, Justice Probes
  13. Wal-Mart, Amazon Show Changing Shopping Habits
  14. Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Clears Significant Hurdle
  15. Senate Republicans Raise Almost $37M In 2013
  16. High energy Carroll builds team in his image
  17. North Korea Ambassador Says Kenneth Bae Should Complete 15-Year Sentence; Calls Labor Camps 'Education Places'
  18. Coaches say the unexpected may decide Super Bowl
  19. All alcohol, even wine, raises risk of gout flare-ups: study
  20. Pastor, Convert Drown During Baptism at Dam Where Several Others Have Died Performing Christian Rite
  21. Amanda Knox Guilty, 'Not Going Back to Italy Willingly'
  22. Japanese Researchers Create Stem Cells Through Acid Bath
  23. U.S. FDA investigates heart attack, stroke risk from testosterone
  24. $100K Reward For Stolen Stradivarius Violin
  25. Lawyer: 'Evidence' disputes Christie on bridge lane closures - CNN
  26. Keystone review mutes environmental concerns, raises pressure on Obama - Fox News
  27. FBI: Powder near Super Bowl appears harmless - Washington Post
  28. California drought prompts first-ever 'zero water allocation' - Los Angeles Times
  29. UN Official Dismayed at Failure of Syria Aid Deal - ABC News
  30. Ukraine's President Signs Protest Amnesty Bill; Military Wants Situation 'Stabilized' - Voice of America
  31. NFL, players see progress in tackling concussions
  32. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  33. Two Obamacare exchanges see more health insurer competition
  34. U.S. daily earnings hits & misses Jan. 31-1500 ET
  35. UPDATE 2-U.S. FDA approves Vanda's circadian rhythm drug Hetlioz
  36. Massachusetts licenses its first medical marijuana dispensaries
  37. Princess Cruises ship docks in Texas with ill passengers aboard
  38. Goodell wants to keep marijuana on banned substance list
  39. U.N. chief calls for equality, non-discrimination at Sochi Games
  40. Most support Washington Redskins keeping name, says Goodell
  41. Powder sent to sites near Super Bowl not hazardous: FBI
  42. Swiss lead Serbia, Spain trail Germans in Davis Cup
  43. FDA proposes rule to prevent food contamination during transport
  44. U.S. FDA approves Vanda's circadian rhythm drug Hetlioz
  45. Massachusetts licenses its first medical marijuana dispensaries
  46. Home blood pressure monitoring may find hidden risk
  47. Anti-VEGF drugs making a difference in vision, longterm care
  48. Cruise Line Cites Fog, Not Illness, For Return
  49. US Stocks Fall Sharply To Close Out Tough January
  50. Company Tied To Rams Owner Kroenke Buys L.A. Land
  51. On immigration, Obama doesn't rule out legal path - Businessweek
  52. Syrian Peace Talks' Modest Initial Goals Risk Backfiring (1) - Businessweek
  53. Amanda Knox: heading for an extradition fight? - Washington Post
  54. With report, Keystone XL pipeline clears big hurdle - USA TODAY
  55. White powder at Super Bowl hotels stirs fear, appears to be hoax - Los Angeles Times
  56. Report: Christie knew about lane closures on bridge - USA TODAY
  57. Dead Puerto Rico Boxer Posed Standing In The Ring
  58. Murray Overwhelms Young In Davis Cup Opener
  59. Herbie Hancock On Piano Jazz
  60. AbbVie sees 2014 approval of hepatitis drugs, shares rise
  61. Indoor tanning common in Western countries: study
  62. Antioxidants may speed up lung cancer progression
  63. JPMorgan hires new co-head for healthcare in EMEA
  64. Daiichi Sankyo pledges bold action on Ranbaxy production problems
  65. EU says Russia's blocking of pork imports 'disproportionate'
  66. HPV at-home tests have a future, researchers say
  67. U.S. board allows gynecologists to treat more men
  68. Study illuminates how humans digest fibre
  69. Sanofi sues Eli Lilly over challenge to top diabetes drug Lantus
  70. Mayor de Blasio announces New York's stop-and-frisk appeal is on hold - New York Daily News
  71. NFL Reports Fewer Concussions in 2013 - WJBD Online
  72. Amanda Knox found guilty of murder again by Italian court - CNN International
  73. What's The Problem With Feeling On Top Of The World?
  74. UPDATE 1-Sanofi sues Eli Lilly over challenge to top diabetes drug Lantus
  75. HR 2 Return (0:29)
  76. Scientists Come Close To Finding True Magnetic Monopole
  77. 'Return To Homs' Follows Cycle Of Syrian Demonstrations
  78. Bidvest may reach target of 34.5 pct Adcock stake on Friday- CEO
  79. What Wakes B.J. Novak Up In The Middle Of The Night?
  80. State employees to return to work as temperatures rise above freezing in Atlanta ... - Montreal Gazette
  81. Eurozone Inflation Drops Further Below Target
  82. Poor breakfast during childhood linked to metabolic syndrome in adulthood
  83. Italy - Factors to watch on January 31
  84. Caffeine is the most widely used drug, but little is known about helping those who depend on it
  85. Metabolic syndrome linked to poor breakfast habits in childhood
  86. BRIEF-Cellectis shares rise 8.4 pct after agreement with BioSciences
  87. US Seeks Death Penalty For Marathon Suspect
  88. NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on Jan 31
  89. BRIEF-SkyePharma says expects to beat FY market expectations
  90. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Jan 31
  91. Bill de Blasio takes pass on Super Bowl tickets to watch on television with son ... - New York Daily News
  92. Asia rings in Year of the Horse with fireworks, festivities - New Zealand Herald
  93. Poll: Forty percent would steer kids away from football - NBCNews.com
  94. AP EXCLUSIVE: Inside Pakistan Army Bomb School
  95. Questions, Answers About Futile Polls In Thailand
  96. Your Top Plays For Today
  97. Obama to name Navy's cyberwarfare chief to run NSA - UPI.com
  98. Court: Rights Of Transgender Student Violated
  99. Honda 3Q Profit Doubles, Sales Get Weak Yen Boost
  100. Italy - Factors to watch on January 31
  101. Venezuela's Best And Brightest Camp On Sidewalks
  102. Super Bowl's Mass-Transit Vision at Risk After Commuter Mayhem - Businessweek
  103. New York City Drops Stop-And-Frisk Appeal - The Wire
  104. Ahead of Super Bowl, police target NYC sex ring - Washington Post
  105. Italy Court Finds Amanda Knox Guilty of Murder of UK Student in Retrial - Wall Street Journal
  106. Prosecutors to seek death penalty in Boston Marathon bombing - Los Angeles Times
  107. Florida mom brings daughter, 15, to New York for Super Bowl prostitution and ... - New York Daily News
  108. Who's to Blame for the Atlanta Storm Chaos? - ABC News
  109. Metropolis: 1/25/14
  110. Michael Young To Retire As A Texas Ranger
  111. Boston Marathon bombing: US seeks death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (+ ... - Christian Science Monitor
  112. Lawyers: Mo. Moving Too Quickly On Executions
  113. Police: 9 Family Members Killed In Ky. House Fire
  114. Super Bowl Fever Hits Midtown, but Many There Aren't Catching It - New York Times
  115. Amanda Knox trial: Italian court flips again, restoring murder sentence (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  116. Mayor Unapologetic in Eye of Storm That Brought Atlanta to a Halt - New York Times
  117. Nowtizki, Bosh head reserves for All Star game
  118. US Republicans demand apology from MSNBC for Cheerios tweet - Reuters
  119. Italian Appeals Court Finds Amanda Knox, Ex-Boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito Guilty of Murdering Meredith Kercher Again
  120. Princess Cruises ship returns early for fog, ill passengers aboard
  121. Ahead Of Super Bowl, Police Target NYC Sex Ring
  122. Senate Passes Bill To Delay Flood Insurance Hikes
  123. Knox Could Face Return To Italy After Conviction
  124. 10 Things To Know For Friday
  125. Reaction runs gamut on Tsarnaev news - Boston Globe
  126. Navy admiral is pick for next head of NSA - NBCNews.com
  127. City Moves to Drop Stop-Frisk Appeal - Wall Street Journal
  128. Muslim Lawmaker Defends Posting Cartoon of Prophet Mohammed and Jesus on Twitter
  129. Japan Logs Rises In Inflation, Factory Output
  130. Family Fight: GOP Debates Next Move On Immigration
  131. Sanofi sues Eli Lilly over patents for top-selling insulin drug
  132. UPDATE 1-McKesson trims full-year outlook, cites taxes, charges
  133. PRESS DIGEST- British Business -Jan 31
  134. Analysis: Denver and Seattle on Super Bowl collision course
  135. NY City officials bust drug, prostitution ring ahead of Super Bowl
  136. Doping policy 'gold standard' says union boss, still no HGH test
  137. Young replaces Isner for Davis Cup tie in San Diego
  138. Super Bowl fever consumes Big Apple
  139. Yang and Watson set pace, Mickelson seven back
  140. Amgen's cholesterol fighter succeeds in fifth late-stage study
  141. Sanofi sues Eli Lilly over patents for top-selling insulin drug
  142. Passion for vodka kills Russian men in their thousands
  143. Seeing ultrasound rarely changes abortion plans: study
  144. 'Back To The Future' Musical Planned For London
  145. Zynga Buying 'Clumsy Ninja' Maker, Cutting Staff
  146. Amanda Knox convicted again of Briton's murder - Reuters
  147. New York to End Frisking Lawsuit With Settlement - New York Times
  148. US Is Seeking Death Penalty in Boston Case - New York Times
  149. House Republicans Unveil Their Immigration Plan - Wall Street Journal
  150. Georgia officials under fire for actions before, during, after snow - CNN
  151. MSNBC apologies for tweet that drew GOP ire - CapitalGazette.com
  152. Google's 4Q Positions Stock To Reach New High
  153. Italian court overturns not guilty verdict of Amanda Knox, Raffaele Sollecito in ... - Fox News
  154. 1 injured after shooting at Eastern Florida State College - WSFA
  155. UPDATE 3-Waxman, leading liberal, to retire from US Congress - Reuters
  156. NYC Mayor de Blasio won't attend Super Bowl - Wall Street Journal
  157. Practice-Squaders Ignored But Vital At Super Bowl
  158. Navy Admiral Is Obama's Pick To Take Reins Of NSA
  159. US Judge Upholds Connecticut Gun Control Law
  160. House Republicans Back Plan to Legalize Undocumented Workers - Businessweek
  161. UN Targets Wildlife Traders In Africa Sanctions
  162. US Stocks Move Higher, Helped By Facebook, GDP
  163. After Snow, Mayor And Gov Play Delicate Blame Game
  164. On Urban Streets, Off-Roaders Stir A Noisy Conversation
  165. Yoga may reduce fatigue after breast cancer
  166. Mexico leftists to propose raising marijuana allowance in capital
  167. Amanda Knox At Mother's Home To See Verdict Upheld
  168. UPDATE 1-PerkinElmer optimistic about 2014; EPS forecast in line
  169. Amgen's cholesterol fighter succeeds in 5th late-stage study
  170. UPDATE 1-NY City officials bust drug, prostitution ring ahead of Super Bowl
  171. Yang sets early pace in Phoenix, Mickelson seven back
  172. Super Bowl fever consumes Big Apple
  173. As U.S. waistlines expand, seatbelt use falls
  174. Amanda Knox trial: Italian court flips again, restoring murder sentence - Christian Science Monitor
  175. Federal prosecutors to seek death penalty against Marathon terror bomb suspect ... - Boston.com
  176. Georgia governor: Storm wake up call - Politico
  177. Navy Vice Adm. Michael S. Rogers nominated as NSA head - Los Angeles Times
  178. House GOP leaders back limited path to legal status for illegal immigrants - Fox News
  179. Waxman's rich legislative legacy - Politico
  180. Yahoo Email Account Passwords Stolen
  181. Report: Syrian Government Has Demolished Entire Neighborhoods
  182. U.S. says results encouraging for healthcare delivery reforms
  183. In Texas, Jail Confronts Issue Of Inmate Safety
  184. Amanda Knox's Murder Conviction Upheld On Appeal
  185. Utah Ape Predicts Seahawks Will Win Super Bowl
  186. Google Poised To Execute Long-Delayed Stock Split
  187. UPDATE 1-S.Africa's Bidvest lifts Adcock stake in buying spree
  188. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses Jan 30- 1500 ET
  189. 'Popsicle' mic surprises Bruno Mars at Super Bowl rehearsal
  190. U.S. says results encouraging for healthcare delivery reforms
  191. PerkinElmer posts 2014 EPS forecast in line with Street view
  192. Italy court says Knox, Sollecito guilty of murdering Meredith Kercher - Reuters
  193. Henry Waxman to retire at end of congressional session - Washington Post
  194. Amazon 4Q Earnings Grow But Miss Expectations
  195. NYC officials bust drug and prostitution ring ahead of Super Bowl
  196. McKesson quarterly net profit falls, outlook lowered
  197. Russian Orthodox Church Warns Society on Same-Sex Marriage Danger, Survival of Humankind
  198. Animal Rights Activists Create Petition Asking Pope to Stop Releasing Doves
  199. Flights canceled at Atlanta airport; Mayor defends actions - MyNews3 Las Vegas KSNV
  200. Mom and eight of her children die in Kentucky house fire - Los Angeles Times
  201. Thousands of students may lose charter school seats if Mayor de Blasio kills plans - New York Daily News
  202. Red Bull's F1 test nightmare continues
  203. Mariachi 'Prince' sure to grab headlines for Mexico
  204. Seeing ultrasound rarely changes abortion plans: study
  205. New captain Moya plotting Spain victory in Germany
  206. NYC officials bust drug and prostitution ring ahead of Super Bowl
  207. S.Africa's Bidvest lifts Adcock stake with massive buying spree -source
  208. Denver Mayor Sparks Super Bowl Chile Battle
  209. Foreign Agendas Keep Syrian Peace Talks Going
  210. Italy's Molinari targets Europe top-50 return after Dubai delight
  211. UPDATE 3-Colgate's profit beats estimates due to cost cuts
  212. Serbia Davis Cup captain defends absent Djokovic
  213. UPDATE 2-Waxman, leading liberal, to retire from U.S. Congress
  214. COMMENT: Wake up Vodafone!
  215. UPDATE 1-Amplifon sounds out Brazil, emerging markets for deals
  216. Renault-Nissan alliance raises savings goal
  217. INSIDE WASHINGTON: Greens Hit Obama On Energy Plan
  218. Arizona Shelter Has 36-Pound Cat
  219. U.S. pig virus cases see biggest weekly rise since PEDv found
  220. $21.6 million in counterfeit NFL goods seized ahead of Super Bowl
  221. Brands bet on star power to shine through ad-cluttered Super Bowl
  222. New York City Agrees To Reform Stop-And-Frisk Tactics
  223. Poof: Pope Francis Superhero Street Art Disappears
  224. Exposure to peanuts builds immunity in allergic children
  225. Vitamin D supplements: are they really good for our health?
  226. Lilly's quarterly sales largely offset Cymbalta slide
  227. New British biotech firm to tap gene therapy for blindness
  228. Many chronically ill Americans unable to afford food, medicine
  229. Doctors to start waking up ex-Formula One champion Schumacher
  230. McIlroy sizzles in Dubai
  231. Athletes warned not to wear big country logos to Sochi
  232. Ribery and Benzema discharged in sex trial
  233. Scientists hail breakthrough in embryonic-like stem cells
  234. Israel's Oramed says oral insulin capsule trial a success
  235. Denmark's Novo Nordisk sees copycat drugs hitting sales
  236. Aveo Oncology to end breast cancer study due to low enrollment
  237. Roche profits rise, payout level prompts M&A questions
  238. Edward Snowden Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for Contributing to 'More Peaceful and Stable World'
  239. Ferrari intrigued by McLaren suspension
  240. Vuelta winner Horner joins Lampre-Merida
  241. Women's weight loss may be aided by certain probiotics
  242. Arsenic, mercury and selenium in asian carp not a health concern to most
  243. What are the health benefits of strawberries?
  244. Sermanni Finds Coaching US Women Unique Job
  245. Strong franc weighs on Roche full-year profit
  246. Novo Nordisk edges 2014 guidance up after weak Q4
  247. UPDATE 1-Givaudan hikes dividend, confirms outlook after profit jump
  248. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Jan 30
  249. Dassault Systemes says to buy U.S-based Accelrys
  250. Terror Suspect Challenges NSA Surveillance Program