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  1. State of the Union: Is Obama's 'all-of-the-above' energy working? (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  2. Thunder Erase Early 18-Point Hole, Top Heat 112-95
  3. Market Chatter-Corporate finance press digest
  4. Deaf Seahawks fullback inspires others with Super Bowl run
  5. Johansson Stepping Down As Oxfam Ambassador
  6. Five takeaways from Facebook's earnings report - Washington Post
  7. INDIA PRESS-Ranbaxy's Toansa plant under Indian drug regulator's watch too-Economic Times
  8. Man's Murder, Decapitation Stymies Wyoming Police
  9. Asian Stocks Down As Fed Reduces Stimulus
  10. UPDATE 2-U.S. Supreme Court denies convicted Missouri killer's appeals
  11. INDIA PRESS-Piramal's plan to buy 20 pct in Shriram Capital hits hurdle-Economic Times
  12. INDIA PRESS-AstraZeneca to close down Bangalore R&D centre-Financial Express
  13. Broncos brave the elements, train outdoors before Super Bowl
  14. 10 Things To Know For Thursday
  15. Terror Suspect Challenges NSA Surveillance Program
  16. When The Beat Was Born: Hip-Hop's Big Bang Becomes A Kid's Book
  17. Court Fight Stalling Mo. Execution In Final Hours
  18. Bieber Turns Self In On Expected Charge In Canada
  19. A Look At The Wild Weather In The Deep South
  20. Cheaper Super Bowl tickets lure locals to N.J. stadium
  21. Detention Of Al-Jazeera Journalists Strains Free Speech In Egypt
  22. Seattle Once Pursued Peyton Manning
  23. Obama's 2014 State of the Union address: Full text - CBS News
  24. UPDATE 3-Deadly US ice storm turns Atlanta into parking lot, strands thousands - Reuters
  25. Super Bowl crawfish boils may be put on ice by U.S. cold spell
  26. Grimm: Sometimes emotions 'get the better of you' - NBCNews.com
  27. Football fans and the curious crowd New York's 'Super Bowl Blvd'
  28. Mickelson to shake off back pain, defend Phoenix Open title
  29. Attack on mass transit seen as top Super Bowl security risk
  30. Maurice Petty Completes Petty Clan In Hall Of Fame
  31. Judge: Defense In Terror Case Can See Secret Docs
  32. Deadly ice storm turns Atlanta into parking lot, strands thousands - Reuters
  33. Assembly Passes 2 Bills To Restrict Paparazzi
  34. Police: Md. Mall Gunman Wrote Of Killing People
  35. Heroin In The Drive-Thru? McDonald's Employee Busted
  36. Even If No Snow, Players Prep For Cold Super Bowl
  37. Qiagen profit rises as demand for automated testing gear grows
  38. Experience overrated, according to Seattle coach Carroll
  39. Manning says he's lucky to be playing after neck injury
  40. KaloBios Pharma pulls plug on asthma drug, shares plunge
  41. Obama's 2014 State of the Union wish list - CBS News
  42. Are cruise ships floating petri dishes? - CNN
  43. Grimm Tales of a US Congressman's Thuggish Behavior - Newsweek
  44. New Treatment Could Reduce Kids' Peanut Allergies
  45. What Obama Should Have Said About Cory Remsburg - The Atlantic
  46. Lenovo to Acquire Motorola Mobility from Google - Wall Street Journal
  47. Head of Al-Qaeda Calls for Muslims to Stop Persecuting Christians, Dismantle Egyptian Government Instead
  48. Snow, Ice Send South's Flagship City Reeling
  49. Study Finds Why Some Supplements Might Be Risky
  50. Popular Wave Could Lift Egypt Army Chief To Office
  51. Mich. Jury: Man Guilty Of Firing Gun Along I-96
  52. Ginobili Out 3-4 Weeks With Hamstring Strain
  53. Spurs' Ginobili out 3-4 weeks with hamstring injury
  54. Being overweight in kindergarten sets stage for later obesity
  55. 'EVE Online' Epic Game Battle Ends After 21 Hours
  56. ADHD tied to more traffic accidents; medication may help
  57. Lilly CEO: 'It's time to go back on offense'
  58. Fourth Canadian farm hit by pig killing virus: Ontario official
  59. Attack on mass transit seen as top Super Bowl security risk
  60. Weather unlikely to be a factor at Super Bowl
  61. Seahawks' Lynch fumbles with media, teammate steps in
  62. Coyotes switching name to Arizona from Phoenix next season
  63. Button feels McLaren are on the right track
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  65. UPDATE 1-Passengers stagger off cruise ship reeking of vomit at NJ dock
  66. Cruise ship docks in N.J. after illness fells more than 600 people
  67. Brazil outlines $2.3 billion in public spending for Olympics
  68. UPDATE 3-Biogen profit rises as new multiple sclerosis drug shines
  69. UPDATE 1-Allscripts' ex-audit director indicted on insider trading charges
  70. Antioxidants including vitamin E can promote lung cancer -study
  71. Duel between 'loneliest' players could decide Super Bowl
  72. Britain's Cameron won't attend Russia's Sochi Winter Olympics
  73. Antioxidants including vitamin E can promote lung cancer: study
  74. Doctors miss memory problems in heart patients
  75. UPDATE 1-Scientists hail breakthrough in embryonic-like stem cells
  76. Flavonoid-rich foods linked to lowered diabetes risk
  77. German Leader: Spying On Allies Harms Security
  78. Congressional Black Caucus Leader Reacts To Obama's Speech
  79. FEATURE-Wary of Obamacare, some Republicans sign up anyway
  80. BRIEF-Galapagos says first clinical centers opened for phase 2 crohn's study with glpg0634
  81. Allscripts' audit director indicted on insider trading charges
  82. REFILE-FEATURE-Wary of Obamacare, some Republicans sign up anyway
  83. UPDATE 2-Obamacare contractor CGI profit misses, shares slide
  84. McIlroy willing to take risks for Dubai hole-in-one jackpot
  85. Facebook teams up with Fox on Super Bowl
  86. Federer to join Wawrinka in Swiss Davis Cup quest
  87. Vettel's Jerez test ends early
  88. Israeli settlement factory sparks Super Bowl-sized controversy
  89. Saving accounts for kids tied to development: study
  90. WellPoint says health exchange applicants hit expectations
  91. At Costco Obama Touts His Plan To Boost Wages
  92. Stocks Drop As Earnings Disappoint; Fed Upcoming
  93. 1 Day After Storm, Atlanta Highways Still Gridlock
  94. Woods does not fear Torrey Pines repeat in Dubai
  95. Atlanta mayor: 'A lot of people' still stuck on highways - USA TODAY
  96. Patience Needed on Emerging Markets - Wall Street Journal
  97. US attorney general confirms investigation of Target data breach - Reuters
  98. Rep. Grimm apologizes to NY1 reporter Michael Scotto - New York Daily News
  99. In State of the Union, Obama vows to expand opportunity, with or without Congress - Washington Post
  100. Cruise Ship Sick Toll Nears 700 On Return To NJ
  101. House passes farm bill preserving crop subsidies - Fox News
  102. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses Jan 29 - 0700 ET
  103. Scientists create embryonic-type stem cells without embryos
  104. UPDATE 1-WellPoint reports lower quarterly profit on higher medical use
  105. Ricciardo ready for the Red Bull hot seat
  106. Former Lotus boss Boullier joins McLaren
  107. Recuperating Nadal on course for Buenos Aires event
  108. F1 bosses taken aback by double points storm
  109. Cigarettes kicked out of school in China
  110. Biogen Idec profit rises as new multiple sclerosis drug shines
  111. Scientists create embryonic-type stem cells without embryos
  112. Biogen Idec profit rises as new multiple sclerosis drug shines
  113. WellPoint says quarterly profit fell, issues low 2014 outlook
  114. Novartis keeps CEO pay steady, but incoming chairman pay drops
  115. Nutrition programmes should shift from treatment to prevention to meet African needs, new research shows
  116. HR 2 Return (0:29)
  117. Is There An Economic Benefit To Hosting The Super Bowl?
  118. High level of "food insecurity" found among college students
  119. Genetic testing may soon be able to identify what diet each individual should consume for a longer, healthier life
  120. Hong Kong reports third H7N9 bird flu death
  121. For World Cup, the beautiful game plays out on museum walls
  122. Hong Kong reports third H7N9 bird flu death
  123. 'Big Block Of Cheese Day'
  124. The Last Word In Business
  125. NCAA To Fight Football Team's Decision To Unionize
  126. What are the health benefits of bananas?
  127. Panel Considers Bin Laden Bodyguard's Stay At Guantanamo
  128. 5 Things We Learned From The President's Speech
  129. On The Plains, An Oil Boom Is Transforming Nearly Everything
  130. Too Far, Too Complicated: Why Some Families Will Sit Out Sochi
  131. Archaeologists Unearth What May Be Oldest Roman Temple
  132. America's Love Affair With Football Keeps Getting Stronger
  133. Slovenia struggles to let go of treasured state companies
  134. Italy - Factors to watch on January 29
  135. BRIEF-BTG trading in line, reiterates full-year guidance
  136. German stocks - Factors to watch on January 29
  137. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Jan 29
  138. UPDATE 2-NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on Jan 29
  139. State of the Union: Obama calls for action, with or without Congress - CNN International
  140. Rep. Michael Grimm confronts reporter after State of the Union - Fox News
  141. Army Ranger who 'does not quit' earns longest State of the Union ovation - Fox News
  142. Rare winter storm causes wrecks, travel gridlock in Deep South - Fox News
  143. Scheduled Missouri execution temporarily stayed - Albany Times Union
  144. Miley Cyrus Duets With Madonna For MTV Special
  145. U.S. rests its case in insider trading trial of SAC's Martoma
  146. Australia's Healthscope considering IPO, trade sale and property trust
  147. 12 Artists Inducted Into Musicians Hall Of Fame
  148. Obama: US Led Push To Dismantle Syria Stockpile
  149. Winter Storm Causes Wrecks, Gridlock In The South
  150. GOP Focuses On Empowering Americans, Not Gov't
  151. Seattle secondary pits their legacy against Manning
  152. Denver's 'Pot Roast' reveals recipe for Super Bowl stardom
  153. Seahawks' Harvin looks to put Super finish on trying season
  154. Broncos' Lenon takes long and winding road to Super Bowl
  155. UPDATE 8-Obama lays out go-it-alone approach in State of Union speech
  156. INDIA PRESS-Ranbaxy's Toansa plant under UK, Australian regulators' inspection-Economic Times
  157. UPDATE 1-Australia's Healthscope ponders IPO, trade or property trust sale
  158. U.S. Republicans respond and respond to Obama State of Union
  159. Cowboys Demote Kiffin, Add Linehan As Play-Caller
  160. Former Motion Picture Academy President Dies
  161. Speech-wise: What a difference a year makes - USA TODAY
  162. State of the Union 2014: Obama embraces Obamacare - Politico
  163. Russian president Vladimir Putin warns against foreign interference in Ukraine - euronews
  164. US, tech companies reach deal on spying data - Justice Dept - CNBC.com
  165. Winter storm brings 'once-in-decade' ice, snow to US South - Reuters
  166. Seahawks' Lynch Ends His Silence, but Briefly - New York Times
  167. Georgia bill would seek limited access to medical marijuana strain
  168. Study finds feeling short makes people prone to paranoia
  169. Sochi Mayor Claims Winter Olympics Host City Has No Gay People
  170. Elway and Manning's legacies come together
  171. Two men in Super Bowl ticket scam face 7 years in prison
  172. Lynch ditches Super Bowl Media Day after six minutes
  173. For pot entrepreneurs, it's a 'Stoner Bowl' matchup made on high
  174. Broncos' Adams rethinks plans to walk home from Super Bowl
  175. New labor union courts U.S. college football players
  176. UPDATE 2-Amgen profit tops Street expectations; focus on new drugs
  177. UPDATE 3-Obama to lay out go-it-alone approach in State of Union speech
  178. U.S. hospitals hit with shortage of intravenous saline
  179. Medical marijuana to be sold in Connecticut by summer: governor
  180. Louisiana's top court rules for J&J in appeal of Risperdal suit
  181. Pope John Paul II's Blood Stolen From Church in Italy
  182. Pastor Saeed Abedini Given 'Glimmer of Hope' for Clemency; ACLJ Launches New Petition
  183. Noah's Ark 'Original' Was Round, According to 4,000-Year-Old Tablet at British Museum
  184. Colorado farmers get home detention for 2011 listeria outbreak
  185. U.S. hospitals hit with shortage of intravenous saline
  186. Professor Says Ancient Inscription Is Evidence of Solomon's Kingdom
  187. Islamic Gunmen Storm Church Sunday Service, Kill 22 Christians as Scores Murdered By Terrorists Across Nigeria
  188. Saving accounts for kids tied to development: study
  189. Medivation prostate cancer drug impresses in pre-chemo study
  190. Medivation prostate cancer drug impresses in pre-chemo study
  191. UPDATE 1-Louisiana's top court rules for J&J in appeal of Risperdal suit
  192. Amgen 4th-quarter profit tops Wall Street expectations
  193. 'Boss Hog' of 'Duck Dynasty' TV show to attend big Obama speech - Reuters
  194. UPDATE 3-Winter storm brings 'once in decade' ice, snow to US South - Reuters
  195. House passes bill to bar federal funds for abortion - NBCNews.com
  196. Teen shot by police at Honolulu high school after brandishing knife - Reuters
  197. Obamacare: Tom Coburn loses cancer doctor - Politico
  198. Obama to Congress: Let's make progress - USA TODAY
  199. Officer Shoots Boy, 17, In Wrist At Hawaii School
  200. Winter Storm Causes Wrecks, Gridlock In The South
  201. Note: Senator's Ex-Aide Apologized For Child Porn
  202. King Vs. KD: James, Durant Set To Square Off
  203. Valuable Stradivarius Violin Stolen In Milwaukee
  204. APNewsBreak: More Implicated In Nuke Cheat Probe
  205. Q and A with Dr. Robert Califf About Innovations in Clinical Research
  206. UPDATE 2-Pfizer beats sales, profit forecasts
  207. BRIEF-Getinge CFO says has acquisition capacity of about 8 bln sek
  208. BRIEF-Getinge CEO: very high probability new margin target will be above 22 pct
  209. BRIEF-Fresenius increases offering of unsecured notes to 300 mln eur
  210. Missouri to execute man despite objections over chosen drugs
  211. Woods finishes down the field in Dubai curtain-raiser
  212. Lotus shrug off front wing controversy
  213. Moyes will come good at United, says Larsson
  214. All bets are off, says Horner
  215. Brazil outlines $2.3 billion in public spending for Olympics
  216. Production snag forces worldwide hold on GSK chickenpox vaccines
  217. Take precautions against ticks to prevent disease : review
  218. Russia reports suspected foot-and-mouth outbreak in Siberia
  219. Quintana to skip Tour de France to focus on Giro
  220. German stocks - Factors to watch on January 28
  221. Vitamin D deficiency in pregnancy 'increases preeclampsia risk'
  222. What are the health benefits of kiwis (kiwifruit)?
  223. Hamilton gets Formula One's new turbo era under way
  224. BRIEF-Fresenius says to issue 200 mln eur of senior unsecured notes
  225. UPDATE 2-Emerging market turmoil deals setback for Philips
  226. Update-Moody's: FDA Prohibition Order on Ranbaxy' Toansa Plant Is Credit Negative for Daiichi Sankyo
  227. Italy - Factors to watch on January 28
  228. Update-Moody's: FDA Prohibition Order on Ranbaxy' Toansa Plant Is Credit Negative for Daiichi Sankyo
  229. South Korea's Lee banned for missing dope tests
  230. Over 600 passengers, crew fall ill on Royal Caribbean cruise
  231. Drug critic slams FDA over antibiotic oversight in meat production
  232. Analysis: Florida Democrats may get buzz from medical marijuana
  233. Marussia to miss first day of testing
  234. U.S. sending biggest Winter Olympics team to Sochi
  235. NFL figures say league should keep open mind on medical marijuana
  236. Broncos' Moreno hopes to hold back tears at Super Bowl
  237. Seahawks' Bennett hopes to cause Super Bowl havoc for Manning
  238. Seahawks forced to move Super Bowl practice indoors
  239. Piglet-killing PED virus spreads to second Canada farm
  240. Kids' vitamins often surpass daily recommendations
  241. DDT exposure more common in people with Alzheimer's: study
  242. Florida's top court puts medical marijuana initiative on November ballot
  243. Bid to provide condoms to California prison inmates clears hurdle
  244. Mental health patient shot dead by South Carolina probation agent
  245. UPDATE 4-Florida's top court puts medical marijuana initiative on November ballot
  246. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses Jan 27 - 1800 ET
  247. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  248. UPDATE 1-Over 600 passengers and crew fall ill on Royal Caribbean cruise
  249. Germany faces chickenpox jab shortage after GSK problems
  250. Over 600 passengers and crew fall ill on Royal Caribbean cruise