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  1. Okla's Coburn Leaves Mark As Tireless Budget Hawk
  2. UPDATE 6-Obama bans spying on leaders of US allies, scales back NSA program - Reuters
  3. At least 2 students wounded by shots fired in Philadelphia high school gym - CNN International
  4. Police Investigate Whether Remains Are Linked to Missing Boy With Autism - New York Times
  5. Taliban Attack Against Afghan Restaurant Kills 16 - ABC News
  6. Pope defrocked 400 priests in 2 years for molesting children: document - Vancouver Sun
  7. Mind and Body Approaches for Smoking Cessation: A Review
  8. 2 Students Shot In Pa. School Gym; Shooter Sought
  9. State Surpluses Spark Debate On Tax Cuts, Spending
  10. A Strange Composition: Classical Music Meets Bioterror In 'Orfeo'
  11. Novartis employees may have violated trial protocol in Japan
  12. UPDATE 1-Smoking to kill 5.6 mln US kids if not stubbed out -report
  13. Rich deal keeps Kershaw with Dodgers for seven years
  14. Exclusive: Fox, CBS bid for Thursday NFL games - sources
  15. Novartis employees may have violated trial protocol in Japan
  16. Bullying injuries in school dip, but still problematic
  17. Lengthy Ohio execution puts focus on death penalty, suit likely
  18. Scherzer, Tigers Agree At $15,525,000
  19. Blitzen Trapper On World Cafe
  20. The President Will Replace NSA Mass Surveillance With ... Something - Businessweek
  21. Gov. Jerry Brown declares drought emergency in California - Los Angeles Times
  22. Firefighters make progress putting out California blaze - Reuters
  23. 2 students shot inside Philadelphia high school - USA TODAY
  24. NY river remains could be missing autistic teen - USA TODAY
  25. 'Historic' Black Coach Hires At Texas, Penn State
  26. Man Pleads Guilty To Sending Ricin-Tainted Letters
  27. Former Patriots TE Hernandez Can't Watch Team Play
  28. APNewsBreak: Pope Defrocked 400 Priests In 2 Years
  29. Tom Coburn, GOP Budget Hawk And Obama Friend, To Leave Senate
  30. Star witness takes stand in insider trading case of SAC's Martoma
  31. Putin Says Gays Can 'Feel Safe' at Winter Olympics, but Must 'Leave Our Children in Peace'
  32. Pope Francis Has Defrocked Almost 400 Priests in 2 Years; New Documents Make Astonishing Revelation
  33. Obama acknowledges real-world limits on changing US intelligence practices - Washington Post
  34. UPDATE 2-California governor declares drought emergency - Reuters
  35. Final surrender for soldier who fought on in isolation - three decades after WWII - euronews
  36. Obama praises GOP friend Coburn - Appleton Post Crescent
  37. Judge Spikes Photo ID Requirement For Pa. Voters
  38. Christie Facing GOP Donors As Bridge Scandal Boils
  39. U.S. FDA approves Medtronic heart valve system early
  40. Sleep may suffer among teens from single-parent homes
  41. Barcelona players hail Xavi after 700th appearance
  42. Analysis: Chevy's exit from Europe weakens GM's deal with Manchester United
  43. What's Inside This Mystery House In North Carolina?
  44. ENTER TITLE
  45. ABC Family Show Grateful For Negative Attention
  46. High Court Takes Cases On Cellphone Searches
  47. Obama Says NSA's Mass Collection of US Phone Data Will End - Wall Street Journal
  48. Remains in East River, NY, may be those of missing autistic boy - Los Angeles Times
  49. Pennsylvania judge guts voter ID law, calling it burdensome - Christian Science Monitor
  50. Bottom line: 5 takeaway messages on Obama's NSA changes - CNN
  51. Water's Back On For Just About Everyone In West Virginia
  52. HHS No. 2 Doesn't Recall Elevating Security Worry
  53. Deadline Looms For Panama Canal Expansion Dispute
  54. California Governor Proclaims Drought Emergency
  55. West Criticizes Kiev For Anti-Protest Legislation
  56. Diet Soda: Fewer Calories In The Glass May Mean More On The Plate
  57. Japanese soldier who took nearly three decades to surrender dies at 91 - CTV News
  58. GOP Sen. Coburn to step down two years before end of term - ModernHealthcare.com
  59. Clothing on arm, torso and legs found near Queens shoreline match those of ... - New York Daily News
  60. US Stocks Are Mixed As Earnings Fail To Impress
  61. One Downside Of Home Wart Treatments: Bursting Into Flames
  62. Suicide Bomber Attacks Popular Afghan Restaurant
  63. Physical punishment tied to aggression, hyperactivity
  64. Venture Investments, Number Of Deals Up In 4Q
  65. U.S. FDA approves Medtronic heart valve replacement system
  66. Drugmakers see innovation justifying further price rises
  67. UPDATE 1-U.S. FDA approves Medtronic heart valve replacement system
  68. New racing series to sell electric cars to skeptics
  69. Uganda President to Veto Bill Proposing Life Imprisonment for 'Aggravated Homosexuality;' Says Gays Can Be 'Rescued'
  70. Obama seeks balance with new NSA reforms - NBCNews.com
  71. Japan's last WWII straggler dies at 91 - New Zealand Herald
  72. California drought emergency declared by Gov. Jerry Brown - San Jose Mercury News
  73. NY River Remains Could Be Missing Autistic Teen - ABC News
  74. Syria Proposes Aleppo Cease-Fire, Prisoner Swap - ABC News
  75. California governor declares drought emergency - CNN
  76. Pennsylvania Judge Strikes Down Photo ID Requirement for Voters - Wall Street Journal
  77. Obama orders NSA phone data limits, tighter restrictions for spying on ... - Fox News
  78. Excerpts From Ugandan Leader's Letter On Gays
  79. GO FIGURE: Fed Budget Bill Comes To $3M Per Word
  80. Europe approves Gilead's new hepatitis C pill
  81. Putin says Russia is not 'going after' gays
  82. McIlroy moves into contention in Abu Dhabi
  83. U.S. FDA approves Medtronic heart valve replacement system
  84. NY remains could be missing autistic teen - Boston.com
  85. Colby fire continues to burn above Glendora outside Los Angeles - Washington Post
  86. Syria Ready for Cease-fire in Aleppo - Voice of America
  87. Wordless News: Trademarking The Cronut
  88. Sudden Savant
  89. Things I Would Save
  90. Stockholm pulls plug on 2022 Games bid
  91. Russian Efimova fails doping test - report
  92. Rosebush Inside: Moreese Bickham And Sean Hayes' Story
  93. UPDATE 1-Increasing H7N9 bird flu toll demands constant vigilance
  94. RPT-Fitch: JNJ's diagnostics divestiture makes strategic sense
  95. CANADA STOCKS-TSX may open lower, U.S. data in focus
  96. Mystery Package
  97. Happy Birthday For Michelle Obama, Who Turns 50
  98. Colby fire: Calmer winds expected Friday as crews make progress - Los Angeles Times
  99. Tom Coburn Leaving Senate at End of 2014 - KMBZ
  100. NY remains could be missing autistic teen - USA TODAY
  101. Michelle Obama uses life story to promote education initiative - Washington Post
  102. Ohio execution drags on for 25 minutes - USA TODAY
  103. AP Source: NSA phone data control to come to end - Businessweek
  104. Djokovic Through To 4th Round At Australian Open
  105. Congress Blocks Slaughtering Horses For Meat In U.S.
  106. Japanese Soldier Who Fought On For 29 Years After WWII Dies
  107. Mourinho eyes 100th win against champions United
  108. Sochi residents blame Games for ecological damage
  109. Syria Proposes Cease-Fire in Aleppo - New York Times
  110. Thailand torn by ugly power play - Sydney Morning Herald
  111. Girl, 4, Fatally Shoots Boy, 4, at Detroit Home - ABC News
  112. Rockets From Syria Hit Lebanese Towns, Killing 7
  113. You Might Need To Be A Scientist To Understand 'Andrew's Brain'
  114. GE Profit Rises 5 Pct In 4Q
  115. Copper Heiress' Art, Items To Be Auctioned In NYC
  116. Increasing toll of H7N9 bird flu demands constant vigilance
  117. DIARY-U.S. MEETINGS/WEEK AHEAD
  118. Investment grade firms face tough battle as yield fight rages
  119. UPDATE 1-S.Africa slams Big Pharma in generic drugs row
  120. Champagne set to announce FIFA presidency bid
  121. Pakistani city is world's biggest reservoir of polio viruses
  122. South Africa slams Big Pharma in generic drugs row
  123. Obama expected to leave major NSA reforms to Congress and the courts - CBS News
  124. Blast wounds 36 anti-government protesters in Thai capital - Reuters
  125. Google developing smart contact lens - Detroit Free Press
  126. Prince Harry taking up staff officer role - USA TODAY
  127. No evidence of breaches says Hague - Belfast Telegraph
  128. Hair stylists get brushed off in Oscar noms - Chicago Daily Herald
  129. UK Retail Sales Jump In Crucial Christmas Period
  130. Army Chief Said To Be Focused On Egypt's Problems
  131. Palace: Queen's Granddaughter Zara Has Baby Girl
  132. 10 Things To Know For Today
  133. Research in fruit flies suggests a new mechanism explaining how diet may affect cancer, obesity and adaptations to malnutrition
  134. Increasing toll of H7N9 bird flu demands constant vigilance
  135. Shire takes $650 million hit on Dermagraft sale
  136. Player In NJ Bridge Scandal Will Talk For Immunity
  137. Google reveals smart contact lens prototype designed to aid diabetics - Telegraph.co.uk
  138. NSA ' harvested around 200m text messages a day' - Telegraph.co.uk
  139. Indian luger Keshavan undeterred by icy apathy
  140. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  141. Indian Actress Suchitra Sen Dies
  142. Giving Cypriot Ghost Town Ecological Rebirth
  143. France Warns Deficit Bigger Than Expected
  144. Former world champion Ballan banned for two years
  145. Syria FM: Damascus Prepared For Prisoner Exchange
  146. Sizzling Serena stays hot as Melbourne cools
  147. BRIEF-STADA Arzneimittel says extends CFO contract by 4 yrs
  148. Study suggests that fast food is not the major cause of rising childhood obesity rates
  149. The importance of fiber in the prevention of diabetes and obesity
  150. UN Calls On Nations To Take In Syrian Refugees
  151. First Lady Status, In Doubt In France, Not Global
  152. New Jersey's Christie hires law firm to fight bridge scandal - Reuters
  153. Senate passes $1.1 trillion spending bill - Fox News
  154. China's detention of Uighur professor worries US - Los Angeles Times
  155. UPDATE 1-Shire takes $650 mln hit on Dermagraft sale
  156. California fire burns in dry windy week, arid year - Salon
  157. Aviva-Astra forms life insurance JV in Indonesia
  158. BRIEF-Pharmaceutical firm Chongqing Taiji Industry expects to swing to profit in 2013 on higher margins, subsidies
  159. Budget-Deal Vote Brings Rare Truce In Fiscal Wars
  160. BRIEF-Jilin Aodong Pharma sees 2013 net profit up 50-70 pct on better sales, investment gains
  161. Algerian Election Set, Where Are The Candidates?
  162. Obama To Back Modest Gov't Surveillance Reforms
  163. 20 subpoenas issued as N.J. lawmakers expand bridge probe - Philly.com
  164. Budget-deal vote brings rare truce in fiscal wars - Washington Post
  165. AICC meet: Sonia Gandhi says decision on Rahul is final as delegates chant his ... - Hindustan Times
  166. NSA reportedly collects millions of global text messages daily - Irish Times
  167. Israeli Bill To Outlaw The Word Nazi Sparks Ire
  168. Pa. Couple Advertises Home As 'Slightly Haunted'
  169. Explosion Hits Bangkok Protesters, Wounding Dozens
  170. Shell Issues Profit Warning On Q4
  171. UPDATE 1-Essilor misses 2013 sales goal
  172. BRIEF-Bayer receives Japan approval for Adempas drug
  173. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on Jan 17
  174. Shire disposes of diabetic leg ulcer treatment Dermagraft
  175. BRIEF-Essilor shares open down 4 percent after 2013 sales miss expectations
  176. China's Li rules herself out of the 2016 Olympics
  177. Japan's Last WWII Straggler Dies At 91
  178. Wildfire burns homes near Los Angeles, forcing 2000 to flee - Boston Globe
  179. Player in NJ bridge scandal will talk for immunity - The Seattle Times
  180. Rahul Gandhi Shuns Race for Prime Minister of India - New York Times
  181. Explosion hits Bangkok protests, wounding many - USA TODAY
  182. Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn to retire - CNN
  183. Colby fire threatens Glendora, Calif., near downtown Los Angeles - Washington Post
  184. Google Contact Lens Could Be Option For Diabetics
  185. 'Octomom' Heading To Court To Face Fraud Charges
  186. Sundance Film Fest Opens With 'Whiplash' Premiere
  187. 'Gravity,' '12 Years' Win Big At Critics' Choice
  188. Essilor 2013 underlying sales up provisional 2.1 pct
  189. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Jan 17
  190. Christie Bridge Probe Triggers Race for Toughest Lawyers - Bloomberg
  191. UPDATE 2-Oklahoma Senator Coburn, battling cancer, to resign at year end - Reuters
  192. List of 86th annual Academy Award nominations - Boston Globe
  193. Colby fire above Glendora burns homes, spews smoke over LA Basin - Los Angeles Times
  194. Okla. Sen. Coburn to Retire After Current Session - ABC News
  195. Congress passes spending bill, but battles not over - Dallas Morning News
  196. Obama Unveiling NSA Changes After Hand Forced by Snowden's Leaks - Businessweek
  197. U.S. surgeon general calls for end of tobacco epidemic
  198. Fit Ferrer wears down Chardy to reach fourth round
  199. Big Pharma may threaten to cut S.Africa investment in generics row
  200. China Loses 27.8 Million Microblog Users Last Year
  201. UPDATE 2-Oklahoma Senator Coburn, battling cancer, to resign at year end
  202. U.S. surgeon general calls for end of tobacco epidemic
  203. No. 1 Arizona Blows Out Rival Arizona State 91-68
  204. Thunder Rally For 104-92 Win Over Rockets
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  206. New Jersey panel issues 20 subpoenas in bridge inquiry - Los Angeles Times
  207. Senate Easily Passes $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill
  208. Jay-Z's Roc Nation Says It Has Signed Sabathia
  209. De Blasio To Expand Paid Sick Days Law In NYC
  210. China's Nu Skin probe may help Ackman's Herbalife bet
  211. South Korea to cull more than 20,000 ducks after report of possible bird flu
  212. US Senate approves spending bill, sends it to President Obama for signature - Plain Dealer
  213. Ohio killer's execution takes almost 25 minutes - The Seattle Times
  214. Google announces contact lens glucose monitor - Fox News
  215. Veteran Love targets success on PGA and Champions tours
  216. Trial Starts Of Suspects In Hariri Assassination
  217. Brazil Dogs Take To Waves On Paddle Boards
  218. 'Wizard Of Oz' Munchkin Ruth Robinson Duccini Dies
  219. Price Gets $14M Deal Ahead Of Arbitration Exchange
  220. The passage of a massive budget bill Thursday isn't a sign of things to come - TIME
  221. Chris Christie forges ahead as scandal swirls - Politico
  222. Oscar Nominations: Biggest Surprises and Snubs - Wall Street Journal
  223. "One pill too many" put France's First Lady Valerie Trierweiler in hospital, it is ... - Mirror.co.uk
  224. California wildfire dies down as police hold 3 in custody - Fox News
  225. Williams Sets Australian Mark With 3rd-Round Win
  226. Google tests prototype of diabetes-tracking 'smart' contact lens
  227. Serena into fourth round after easy win over Hantuchova
  228. PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Jan 17
  229. Lufthansa picks executive board member Spohr as new CEO-report
  230. U.S. budget watchdog eyes steps to control military health costs
  231. German Man Convicted Of Killing Socialite Wife
  232. Radcliffe Eyes Broadway In 'Cripple Of Inishmaan'
  233. Christie's Florida trip will test impact of scandal - USA TODAY
  234. Bipartisan group in Congress unveils Voting Rights Act amendment - Kansas City Star
  235. NSA collects millions of text messages globally: Guardian - Reuters
  236. US Officials Call For More Safety For Oil By Rail
  237. Prosecution Rests Wreck Case Against Ex-NFL Player
  238. 'Google Glass Driver' Is Cleared In San Diego Court
  239. South Africa risks spreading totally drug-resistant TB - study
  240. Dallas Cowboys players unsure how much Brent drank before deadly crash
  241. Incoming boss Silver says league to keep coming back to London
  242. Barcelona's Neymar carried off with ankle injury
  243. American Reed sizzles in California desert
  244. South Africa risks spreading totally drug-resistant TB: study
  245. Google Develops Contact Lens Glucose Monitor
  246. Sorting Out a Tight Oscar RaceA Strong Field, With Losers - Wall Street Journal
  247. 20 subpoenas issued in NJ traffic scandal - Washington Post
  248. Senate passes $1 trillion spending bill - USA TODAY
  249. Francois Hollande banned from seeing 'first lady' Valerie Trierweiler - The Australian
  250. With Senate's OK, $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill Heads To Obama