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  1. Dylan Farrow details Woody Allen's sexual abuse in letter - New York Daily News
  2. Israel's Adama names Lichtenstein as CEO
  3. St. Clair Shores resident arrested in case of body parts dumped along roadway - Detroit Free Press
  4. Al-Qaida Fighters In Syria Kill Rival Rebel Leader
  5. Super Bowl No Respite For Scandal Around Christie
  6. Radicals A Wild Card In Ukraine's Protests
  7. Wildstein Spent Years in Hardball Politics Before Bridge Affair - Businessweek
  8. Indonesia volcano eruption kills 14 - The News International
  9. Peyton Manning has eyes on being first QB to win Super Bowl with two teams - New York Daily News
  10. Writers Guild Awards: Hosts Joke About Woody Allen Scandals, 'Her' and ... - Hollywood Reporter
  11. Car bomb kills four in Lebanon - The News International
  12. Detroit woman, 59, 'dismembered her son, 32, and dumped his remains in trash ... - Daily Mail
  13. Japan down Canada to make maiden Davis Cup quarters
  14. IOC Urging Sochi To Sort Out Hotel Problems
  15. Former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley hospitalized - CNN
  16. Charbel: All Politicians in Lebanon Could be Target of Assassination - Naharnet
  17. Indonesia volcano erupts again killing at least 14 - Fox News
  18. Seahawks vs. Broncos: Key players in Super Bowl XLVIII - Los Angeles Times
  19. Christie team strikes back at former aide - Los Angeles Times
  20. Cal Topples No. 1 Arizona On Last-Second Shot
  21. New Orleans Mayor Wins Re-Election In A Landslide
  22. Thailand's election underway amid continuing turmoil - Washington Post
  23. James, Heat Snap Knicks' Streak At 4, 106-91
  24. 'Her,' 'Captain Phillips' Win Writers Guild Awards
  25. Dylan Farrow Resurrects Allen Molestation Claim
  26. Christie's Office Attacks Claims of Former Ally's Lawyer - Wall Street Journal
  27. Dylan Farrow speaks out about abuse accusations against Woody Allen - Los Angeles Times
  28. Former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley Hospitalized - kvor
  29. Port Authority controversy runs deeper than Christie bridge scandal - Los Angeles Times
  30. No. 2 Syracuse Beats No. 17 Duke 91-89 In OT
  31. Manning wins fifth MVP award, Super Bowl beckons
  32. Tackle Jones, linebacker Brooks, punter Guy in Hall
  33. Watson moves two ahead in Phoenix
  34. Teams keep it light in final Super Bowl preparations
  35. Returns Show New Orleans Mayor Landrieu With Lead
  36. Polls Open In Tense Thai National Election
  37. Wizards End Thunder's 10-Game Win Streak, 96-81
  38. Manning Wins 5th MVP Award And AP Offensive Player
  39. Super Bowl 2014: Seahawks-Broncos predictions from the red carpet - The Star-Ledger
  40. Feeling Ill, Richard Daley, Former Mayor of Chicago, Is in ICU - New York Times
  41. UN Condemns Deadly Bomb Blast in Lebanon - Voice of America
  42. United Airlines Drops Cleveland As Hub Airport
  43. Democratic super PACs have early advantage over GOP - USA TODAY
  44. Gov. Chris Christie booed by Times Square crowd at Super Bowl event - New York Daily News
  45. Georgetown Beats No. 7 Michigan State 64-60
  46. GOP Ponders Scandal's Toll On Christie's Future
  47. Car Bomb Kills At Least 3 In Lebanese Shiite Town
  48. AT&T Reduces Rates For High-Data Plans
  49. Hagel Calls Air Force Nuclear Officers In Bunkers
  50. Super Bowl has it covered when it comes to weather
  51. Bryan brothers keep U.S. hopes alive in San Diego
  52. Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupts again, killing 14; death toll expected ... - Washington Post
  53. New York man held for allegedly threatening George W. Bush - Los Angeles Times
  54. Political paralysis looms as Thais go to polls - Reuters UK
  55. Bubba Watson Leads Phoenix Open
  56. Democratic super PACs have early advantage over GOP - Detroit Free Press
  57. Broncos vs Seahawks could join Super Bowl thriller list
  58. Silver takes over as commissioner from Stern
  59. Sentencing Amanda Knox Was 'Emotionally Tough,' Says Judge - TIME
  60. No. 24 Ohio State Defeats No. 14 Wisconsin 59-58
  61. Police: Man Stole Cars Left During Atlanta Storm
  62. At Least 14 Dead In Eruption Of Indonesian Volcano
  63. Why It's Hard To Talk About Attraction In Race And Culture
  64. Activists: Syrian Forces Launch New Aleppo Strikes
  65. Christie detractors pounce on latest bridge accusation - CBS News
  66. Indonesia's Mt. Sinabung Eruption Kills at Least 14 - Voice of America
  67. Insight: How Thaksin's meddling sparked a new Thai crisis for PM sister - Reuters
  68. Amid drought, California agency won't allot water - Red Bluff Daily News
  69. Column: Could Percy Harvin Be The Difference?
  70. Pacers sign center Bynum to bolster chances
  71. Florida reviews thousands of drug cases for possible evidence tampering
  72. Calif. agency halts water allocations amid drought - USA TODAY
  73. Indonesian Volcano Eruption Kills 14 - TIME
  74. Outside GOP groups turn in weak 2013 fundraising reports - USA TODAY
  75. David Wildstein, the man implicating Christie - Philly.com
  76. Rafaelle Sollecito says he wasn't trying to flee Italy - New York Daily News
  77. Shareholder DWS urges Lufthansa to appoint new CEO
  78. Former Spain coach Aragones dies, aged 75
  79. Gallacher equals tour record to overhaul McIlroy
  80. Salvadoran Presidential Candidate Meets With Evangelical Leaders to Discuss Faith-Based Political Agenda
  81. Fellow Democrats press Obama to approve Keystone, following environmental ... - Fox News
  82. What are the health benefits of asparagus?
  83. What are the health benefits of oats?
  84. What are the health benefits of celery?
  85. New race offers women Champs Elysees finish
  86. RPT--U.S. Republicans, eyeing elections, paper over divisions
  87. Ukraine president signs amnesty but anger remains, currency slumps - Reuters UK
  88. Law enforcement agencies ready security measures in preparation for Super Bowl - Fox News
  89. Fernandez chases blades of glory
  90. White House says Keystone report not final step as pressure mounts for action - Fox News
  91. Ukraine government says 'tortured' activist Dmytro Bulatov is both victim and ... - euronews
  92. Ahead of Elections, GOP Wary of Immigration Issue - ABC News
  93. Water Project to cut off supplies this summer - Vallejo Times-Herald
  94. New health benefits associated with hempseed oil
  95. Jones and Watson share lead in Phoenix
  96. India's Rajasthan state bars entry of foreign supermarkets
  97. Lupica: Chris Christie's political career is over if aides can prove he lied - New York Daily News
  98. Knox trial: Both sides say the truth is in the evidence - CNN
  99. Report: No Major Environmental Impact from Keystone Pipeline - Voice of America
  100. In Kiev's protest camp, determination strong - Houston Chronicle
  101. Manslaughter verdict in buttocks-injection trial - ABC6OnYourSide.com
  102. California drought could force key water system to cut deliveries - Los Angeles Times
  103. Barack Obama hints he is open to immigration deal with Republican party - Economic Times
  104. Amanda Knox codefendant went to Austria briefly - Boston Globe
  105. U.S. Republicans, eyeing elections, paper over divisions
  106. Keystone XL oil pipeline gets boost from State Department review - Los Angeles Times
  107. California drought: State Water Project will deliver no water this summer - San Jose Mercury News
  108. State Department: Keystone XL pipeline's climate effect negligible - The Seattle Times
  109. Former Christie aide says governor knew of bridge lane closures - Los Angeles Times
  110. Ukraine opposition lobbies West for help against Yanukovich - Times of India
  111. Reactions to Keystone pipeline impact report - Reuters
  112. It is a mystery: Who left Knox home in coat? - Boston.com
  113. Chris Christie at Howard Stern b-day bash - Politico
  114. Panel Round One
  115. Bluff The Listener
  116. Panel Round Two
  117. Limericks
  118. Lightning Fill In The Blank
  119. Prediction
  120. Ukraine's President Signs Protest Amnesty Bill; Military Wants Situation 'Stabilized' - Voice of America
  121. Parched, California Cuts Off Tap to Agencies - New York Times
  122. Brahimi wants resumption of Syria talks Feb 10 - The Hindu
  123. US report on Keystone indicates little climate impact - CNN
  124. No end to scandal in sight for Chris Christie - Politico
  125. A Look At Recent Stock Market Stumbles
  126. Obama Secures Commitments on Hiring Long-Term Unemployed - Voice of America
  127. California sees high rate of flu deaths in unusually severe season
  128. It Is A Mystery: Who Left Knox Home In Coat?
  129. The Wire: What Christie knew; Obama on immigration; Keystone XL report ... - San Jose Mercury News
  130. Paraguay Phases Out Horse-Drawn Junk Wagons
  131. Episode 514: How Bernanke Set Off Tomato Protests In Brazil
  132. California college to offer non-approved meningitis vaccine
  133. California sees high rate of flu deaths in unusually severe season
  134. Swiss lead, Spain trail, Czechs level in Davis Cup
  135. Goodell talking big ahead of Super Bowl
  136. Two Obamacare exchanges see more health insurer competition
  137. California college to offer non-approved meningitis vaccine
  138. Report Opens Way to Approval for Oil Pipeline - New York Times
  139. Amanda Knox conviction in Italy could spur lengthy extradition fight - Reuters
  140. FBI: Powder near Super Bowl appears harmless - Daily American Online
  141. Gaps Are 'Wide' as Syria Talks Wrap Up First Round - Voice of America
  142. Parched, California Cuts Off Tap To Agencies - New York Times
  143. IBM's CEO, Other Top Execs Give Up 2013 Bonuses
  144. Super Bowl Turns Into 'Draft Day' Before Big Game
  145. Phil Mickelson Makes It To Weekend In Phoenix Open
  146. Kanye West Won't Be Charged After Attack Claim
  147. ENTER TITLE
  148. UPDATE 1-U.S. FDA investigates heart risks of testosterone drugs
  149. UPDATE 1-Ill cruise passengers 'felt like prisoners' ahead of Texas docking
  150. Manchester United winger Nani out for another month
  151. Coaches say the unexpected may decide Super Bowl
  152. Broncos and Seahawks finish off Super Bowl preparations
  153. Bridge-gate: Key figure says Chris Christie knew about lane closures - Christian Science Monitor
  154. Keystone report leaves environmental, energy, safety debates far from settled - MiamiHerald.com
  155. It is a mystery: Who left Knox home in coat? - Washington Post
  156. UPDATE 2-US says works with partners to raise pressure on Syria on chemical ... - Reuters
  157. Powder in letters sent to NY, NJ deemed harmless - Newsday
  158. Italy Steps In "It"
  159. DNC Raises Almost $65M Last Year, Spends As Much
  160. Jones and Watson share early lead in Phoenix
  161. Jury Gets Case In Buttocks Injections Death
  162. Reports Show An Election Year Awash In Money
  163. Lawyer: Evidence Contradicts Christie On Closures
  164. Gov. Chris Christie knew about George Washington Bridge lane closures during ... - New York Daily News
  165. UPDATE 1-TransCanada lauds US review of Keystone XL project - Reuters
  166. A look at Amanda Knox's Italian trials - Washington Post
  167. Syria dragging its feet on weapons - Sky News Australia
  168. Super Bowl scare: White powder not hazardous - USA TODAY
  169. $100K Reward For Stolen Stradivarius Violin
  170. Wal-Mart, Amazon Show Changing Shopping Habits
  171. Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Clears Significant Hurdle
  172. Senate Republicans Raise Almost $37M In 2013
  173. U.S. FDA investigates heart attack, stroke risk from testosterone
  174. High energy Carroll builds team in his image
  175. Coaches say the unexpected may decide Super Bowl
  176. All alcohol, even wine, raises risk of gout flare-ups: study
  177. Pastor, Convert Drown During Baptism at Dam Where Several Others Have Died Performing Christian Rite
  178. Amanda Knox Guilty, 'Not Going Back to Italy Willingly'
  179. North Korea Ambassador Says Kenneth Bae Should Complete 15-Year Sentence; Calls Labor Camps 'Education Places'
  180. Japanese Researchers Create Stem Cells Through Acid Bath
  181. Lawyer: 'Evidence' disputes Christie on bridge lane closures - CNN
  182. Keystone review mutes environmental concerns, raises pressure on Obama - Fox News
  183. FBI: Powder near Super Bowl appears harmless - Washington Post
  184. California drought prompts first-ever 'zero water allocation' - Los Angeles Times
  185. UN Official Dismayed at Failure of Syria Aid Deal - ABC News
  186. Ukraine's President Signs Protest Amnesty Bill; Military Wants Situation 'Stabilized' - Voice of America
  187. Menendez Sets Up Fund For Ethics, Justice Probes
  188. NFL, players see progress in tackling concussions
  189. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  190. Two Obamacare exchanges see more health insurer competition
  191. U.S. daily earnings hits & misses Jan. 31-1500 ET
  192. UPDATE 2-U.S. FDA approves Vanda's circadian rhythm drug Hetlioz
  193. Massachusetts licenses its first medical marijuana dispensaries
  194. Princess Cruises ship docks in Texas with ill passengers aboard
  195. Goodell wants to keep marijuana on banned substance list
  196. U.N. chief calls for equality, non-discrimination at Sochi Games
  197. Anti-VEGF drugs making a difference in vision, longterm care
  198. Home blood pressure monitoring may find hidden risk
  199. Massachusetts licenses its first medical marijuana dispensaries
  200. U.S. FDA approves Vanda's circadian rhythm drug Hetlioz
  201. FDA proposes rule to prevent food contamination during transport
  202. Swiss lead Serbia, Spain trail Germans in Davis Cup
  203. Powder sent to sites near Super Bowl not hazardous: FBI
  204. Most support Washington Redskins keeping name, says Goodell
  205. Company Tied To Rams Owner Kroenke Buys L.A. Land
  206. Cruise Line Cites Fog, Not Illness, For Return
  207. US Stocks Fall Sharply To Close Out Tough January
  208. On immigration, Obama doesn't rule out legal path - Businessweek
  209. Syrian Peace Talks' Modest Initial Goals Risk Backfiring (1) - Businessweek
  210. Amanda Knox: heading for an extradition fight? - Washington Post
  211. With report, Keystone XL pipeline clears big hurdle - USA TODAY
  212. White powder at Super Bowl hotels stirs fear, appears to be hoax - Los Angeles Times
  213. Report: Christie knew about lane closures on bridge - USA TODAY
  214. Dead Puerto Rico Boxer Posed Standing In The Ring
  215. Murray Overwhelms Young In Davis Cup Opener
  216. Herbie Hancock On Piano Jazz
  217. Indoor tanning common in Western countries: study
  218. AbbVie sees 2014 approval of hepatitis drugs, shares rise
  219. Antioxidants may speed up lung cancer progression
  220. U.S. board allows gynecologists to treat more men
  221. Daiichi Sankyo pledges bold action on Ranbaxy production problems
  222. EU says Russia's blocking of pork imports 'disproportionate'
  223. HPV at-home tests have a future, researchers say
  224. JPMorgan hires new co-head for healthcare in EMEA
  225. Study illuminates how humans digest fibre
  226. What's The Problem With Feeling On Top Of The World?
  227. Amanda Knox found guilty of murder again by Italian court - CNN International
  228. NFL Reports Fewer Concussions in 2013 - WJBD Online
  229. Sanofi sues Eli Lilly over challenge to top diabetes drug Lantus
  230. UPDATE 1-Sanofi sues Eli Lilly over challenge to top diabetes drug Lantus
  231. Bidvest may reach target of 34.5 pct Adcock stake on Friday- CEO
  232. Eurozone Inflation Drops Further Below Target
  233. What Wakes B.J. Novak Up In The Middle Of The Night?
  234. 'Return To Homs' Follows Cycle Of Syrian Demonstrations
  235. Scientists Come Close To Finding True Magnetic Monopole
  236. HR 2 Return (0:29)
  237. Mayor de Blasio announces New York's stop-and-frisk appeal is on hold - New York Daily News
  238. State employees to return to work as temperatures rise above freezing in Atlanta ... - Montreal Gazette
  239. Poor breakfast during childhood linked to metabolic syndrome in adulthood
  240. BRIEF-Cellectis shares rise 8.4 pct after agreement with BioSciences
  241. Italy - Factors to watch on January 31
  242. Caffeine is the most widely used drug, but little is known about helping those who depend on it
  243. Metabolic syndrome linked to poor breakfast habits in childhood
  244. Asia rings in Year of the Horse with fireworks, festivities - New Zealand Herald
  245. Poll: Forty percent would steer kids away from football - NBCNews.com
  246. Court: Rights Of Transgender Student Violated
  247. Questions, Answers About Futile Polls In Thailand
  248. Honda 3Q Profit Doubles, Sales Get Weak Yen Boost
  249. US Seeks Death Penalty For Marathon Suspect
  250. AP EXCLUSIVE: Inside Pakistan Army Bomb School