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  1. Nyong'o, Leto Take First SAG Awards
  2. 'Bachelor' Star Apologizes For Anti-Gay Comments
  3. SAG Awards 2014: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ty Burrell win for TV comedy actor - Los Angeles Times
  4. Kabul restaurant attack death toll rises to 21, including 13 foreigners - ABC Online
  5. Obama calls for significant changes in collection of phone records of US citizens - Washington Post
  6. Democratic mayors who backed Christie struggled to weigh politics vs. local needs - Washington Post
  7. Dennis Rodman checks into alcohol rehab - CNN
  8. Kerry hails Syria opposition vote to attend peace conference - Business Standard
  9. Taliban Attack on Kabul Restaurant Shocks Close-Knit Expat Community - Wall Street Journal
  10. US Dropping Case Against Man Accused Of Piracy
  11. Holmes Powers Texas Over No. 8 Iowa State 86-76
  12. Another Day, Another 63 For Patrick Reed In Humana
  13. Hundreds Gather At Phil Everly Memorial In Ky.
  14. Christie Leaves NJ Behind For Fla. Fundraisers
  15. APNewsbreak: Rodman Checks Into Rehab Center
  16. Reed sets record PGA Tour low after 54 holes
  17. Figure skating-Fernandez wins gold, Russia face Olympic dilemma
  18. Drug overdose may have killed Sunanda Pushkar: Autopsy - Times of India
  19. Hoboken Mayor Takes Aim At Christie - NBCNews.com
  20. Syria opposition head says going to Geneva to remove Assad - Business Standard
  21. '12 Years,' 'American Hustle' vie at SAG Awards - CNN
  22. Sheriff: Hernandez Separated For His Own Safety
  23. Berlusconi Agrees To Help Rival Leader In Italy
  24. US Condemns Deadly Taliban Attack In Afghanistan
  25. Syrian Rebels to Attend First Peace Talks With Assad Officials - Businessweek
  26. Another Mayor Makes Allegations Against Gov. Chris Christie's Office - Wall Street Journal
  27. Philadelphia School Shooting Suspect Surrenders to Authorities - ABC News
  28. Obamacare rules on equal coverage delayed -NY Times
  29. Hoboken Mayor Says Christie Administration Held Sandy Aid 'Hostage'
  30. French First Lady Leaves Hospital After Resting
  31. Another Mayor Makes Allegations Against NJ Governor's Office - Wall Street Journal
  32. Second suspect in Philly school shooting surrenders - New York Daily News
  33. Tucson Police Look At Potential Tips In Abduction
  34. Former NFL Star Sharper Arrested In Los Angeles
  35. Police: 2nd Philly School Suspect Surrenders
  36. Watch: The Metrodome Roof Deflates In 35 Minutes
  37. Labour MEP candidate killed in Kabul restaurant attack - Telegraph.co.uk
  38. Syrian Opposition Group to Take Part in Peace Talks - Wall Street Journal
  39. Mayor: Christie aides tied Sandy funds to project - STLtoday.com
  40. Wife of India minister found dead after Twitter spat - USA TODAY
  41. 18 die in stampede outside Syedna home - The Hindu
  42. Mayor: Christie Aides Tied Sandy Funds To Project
  43. Western Scientists Look To Chinese Medicine For Fresh Leads
  44. Romney Attends Sundance Premiere Of 'MITT'
  45. Noise Is No. 1 Quality-Of-Life Complaint In NYC
  46. 2 Canadians among 21 killed in Taliban attack in Afghanistan - CBC.ca
  47. Tech industry: Obama's NSA reforms 'insufficient' - MiamiHerald.com
  48. Syrian Opposition Votes to Attend Peace Conference - New York Times
  49. Hoboken, NJ, mayor claims Chris Christie camp held Sandy money hostage - NBCNews.com
  50. Lightning Strikes Rio's Christ the Redeemer, Breaks Finger - Fox News Latino
  51. Stampede at Mumbai funeral leaves 18 dead as as thousands mourn Muslim ... - The Independent
  52. Obama fuels reform on some but not all NSA spying - Boston.com
  53. US condemns Taliban attack in Kabul that killed 2 Americans, 19 others - CNN
  54. And The Best Supporting Actor Award Goes To ... Side Dishes
  55. Madonna Apologizes For Racial Slur
  56. Missouri Bill Would Add 'Firing Squad' As Death Penalty Option
  57. Tech Industry: Obama's NSA Reforms 'Insufficient'
  58. Syrian National Council Agrees to Attend Peace Talks with Government - Voice of America
  59. Hoboken Mayor Says Christie Aides Withheld Hurricane Sandy Relief - TIME
  60. Clapper declassifies more spying docs after Obama speech - Fox News
  61. Unheralded Lee repels Mickelson charge in Abu Dhabi
  62. Clemson's Swinney Gets 8-Year Deal, Raise
  63. Syrian Coalition Votes To Attend Geneva Peace Talks
  64. Inspectors Arrive In Iran To Monitor Nuclear Deal
  65. Turkmenistan To Make People Pay For Gas
  66. IMF's Afghan Chief, UN Workers Among 21 Killed in Kabul Bomb (2) - Businessweek
  67. Raw: 18 dead after stampede at funeral in India - USA TODAY
  68. Valerie Trierweiler leaves hospital - Telegraph.co.uk
  69. Obama, GOP headed for 2014 collision course - CBS News
  70. Bluff The Listener
  71. Panel Round Two
  72. Limericks
  73. Lightning Fill In The Blank
  74. Prediction
  75. Christ the Redeemer Struck by Lightning; Amazing Photos Capture Moment
  76. Nun Gives Birth to Son; Didn't Know She Was Pregnant
  77. John Kerry Insists Syria President Assad Must Go, While Russia Increases Supplies of Bombs, Vehicles
  78. UK Christians Oppose Ban on Ex-Gay Therapy; Attack 'Coercive' Homosexual 'Ideology'
  79. Panel Round One
  80. US condemns deadly Taliban attack in Afghanistan - Washington Post
  81. Burden of losses affected Sunanda emotionally: psychologists - Hindustan Times
  82. Bridgegate vs. Benghazi: What's more damaging for 2016? - Christian Science Monitor
  83. Slow execution in Ohio makes drugs an issue - The Columbian
  84. After Obama's NSA Speech, Tech Companies Wait and See - Wall Street Journal
  85. Suicide attack on Afghan restaurant kills 21 - Washington Post
  86. California Nut Farmers Ban Together To Fight Theft
  87. Food Enters Syria's Main Palestinian Refugee Camp
  88. Many Remain Wary Of W.Va. Water As Smell Lingers
  89. Mickelson Surges In Abu Dhabi; McIlroy Penalized
  90. I'm in best shape of career, says Slovenian Maze
  91. 18 killed, over 40 injured in stampede, Syedna laid to rest - Business Standard
  92. Pope Benedict Reportedly Defrocked 400 Priests in 2 Years - ABC News
  93. Scene And Heard At Sundance Film Festival
  94. Officials: Iranian Diplomat Killed In Yemen
  95. Countdown To The Superbowl
  96. Sunanda Pushkar died an unnatural sudden death say AIIMS doctors; body ... - Hindustan Times
  97. 18 killed in Mumbai stampede ahead of spiritual leader's funeral - CTV News
  98. Family, experts: Ohio execution snafu points to flaws in lethal injection - CNN
  99. Dominant Nadal leads race into second week in Melbourne
  100. 'Made For This': The Rootless Life Of A Roving Musician
  101. A Supersilly Super Bowl 'What If ... ?'
  102. Ukraine's President Approves Anti-Protest Law
  103. Mickelson delights Abu Dhabi crowd with spectacular 63
  104. Nadal mauls Monfils to storm into fourth round
  105. Unclear future for executions after Ohio's longest - Seattle Post Intelligencer
  106. 18 people killed in stampede in Mumbai - Hindustan Times
  107. Teenage boy, girl shot in school gym; suspect held - Columbus Dispatch
  108. 2 American University Employees Among Kabul Dead
  109. China's Media Accuse Uighur Scholar Of Separatism
  110. Egypt: Death Toll From Friday Violence Rises To 4
  111. Obama: 2014 Can Be Breakthrough Year For US
  112. Clashes, Bombings Kill 6 People In Iraq
  113. What they're saying about Obama's NSA speech - Kansas City Star
  114. 18 dead in stampede after India Muslim leader dies - USA TODAY
  115. Hospital: Death of Indian minister's wife 'unnatural and sudden' - CNN
  116. No word on what follows troubled execution in Ohio - Columbus Dispatch
  117. Calif. governor proclaims state in a drought - Fox News
  118. Questions and answers about Obama's new NSA rules - Kansas City Star
  119. Questions And Answers About Obama's New NSA Rules
  120. AC Casino Hopes For Quick End To Fake-Chips Probe
  121. Azarenka Easily Into 4th Round At Australian Open
  122. Restaurant Owner Loved The Patrons He Died Protecting
  123. Contract Deal Reached For Workers At NY Nuke Plant
  124. Biocon to start selling breast cancer drug in India in Feb
  125. Azarenka feasts on Meusburger to reach fourth round
  126. Biocon to start selling breast cancer drug in India in February
  127. 2 Americans among 21 killed in attack on restaurant in Afghan capital - Fox News
  128. Stampede at Viewing of Dead Spiritual Leader Kills 18 in India - New York Times
  129. Family alleging execution was cruel and unusual - Wooster Daily Record
  130. Local officials consider next steps in preparation for drought - Lake County News
  131. China, Japan Slug It Out In The World's Press
  132. Obama Fuels Reform On Some But Not All NSA Spying
  133. BASEBALL REPLAY: New System, New Strategies
  134. IMF, UN Staff Among 21 Killed In Kabul Restaurant Attack
  135. Scientists develop first comprehensive test to detect genetic modification in food
  136. India's Aurobindo to buy some Actavis businesses in Europe
  137. Obama fuels reform on some but not all NSA spying - The Seattle Times
  138. Afghan police say death toll in attack on Kabul restaurant rises to 21 - Fox News
  139. Prolonged execution renews debate over death by lethal injection - Los Angeles Times
  140. Japan's last WWII straggler dies at 91 - Washington Post
  141. W.Va. Spill Exposes A New Risk To Water From Coal
  142. Facing intense drought, Calif. declares state of emergency - Boston Globe
  143. Japan WW2 soldier who refused to surrender Hiroo Onoda dies - The Guardian Nigeria
  144. In Afghan Attack, Death Toll Hits 21, Mostly Foreigners - New York Times
  145. Unclear Future For Executions After Ohio's Longest
  146. No looking back in anger for American Stephens
  147. Muttering Murray lops Lopez to move into fourth round
  148. Wozniacki crashes out in Melbourne
  149. Ohio's longest execution places future of states' efforts to obtain lethal drugs in ... - Fox News
  150. Mumbai: 18 people killed in stampede after Bohra leader dies - Hindustan Times
  151. California governor proclaims state in a drought - Salt Lake Tribune
  152. Dimitrov bounces out Raonic at Melbourne Park
  153. Grand slam paydays fund journeyman lifestyle for Robert
  154. Thai Prime Minister Struggles To Stay In Power
  155. As LA-Area Fire Wanes, Dangerous Conditions Remain
  156. Durant Scores 54, Thunder Beat Warriors
  157. Keira Knightley Faced With Adulthood In 'Laggies'
  158. Obama calls for modest constraints on NSA surveillance programs - New York Daily News
  159. WWII soldier who hid in jungle for 29 years dies at 91 - CBS News
  160. Taliban attack on restaurant in Afghan capital kills at least 14 - Washington Post
  161. US state draws criticism for execution that took 24 minutes - The Hindu
  162. APNewsBreak: Pope defrocked 400 priests in 2 years - Boston.com
  163. Fresh Air Weekend: Roger Ailes, Rosanne Cash And Sonia Sotomayor
  164. Indian Media Reports: 18 Killed In Mumbai Stampede
  165. Obama's NSA Plans Leave Toughest Questions Up for Debate - Bloomberg
  166. Hiroo Onoda, Japanese soldier who spent 29 years hiding in jungle after World ... - ABC Online
  167. Fewer Flushes in California as Brown Sells Conservation - Bloomberg
  168. Unclear future for executions after Ohio's longest - KLTV
  169. Police: 2 Philadelphia high school students shot - WFTV Orlando
  170. Federer romps into fourth round in Melbourne
  171. Student in custody in Philadelphia school shooting, another sought - CBS News
  172. Obama Outlines Calibrated Curbs on Phone Spying - New York Times
  173. Rondo Returns But Lakers Beat Celtics 107-104
  174. China Rocker Quits State TV Show Over Song Choice
  175. UPDATE 1-North Carolina ultrasound abortion law ruled illegal by judge
  176. Honduras approves shooting down suspected drug planes
  177. After a Prolonged Execution in Ohio, Questions Over 'Cruel and Unusual' - New York Times
  178. North Carolina ultrasound abortion law ruled illegal by judge
  179. Seahawks receiver Harvin to miss NFC title game
  180. Inconsistent Sharapova into fourth round in Melbourne
  181. North Carolina ultrasound abortion law ruled illegal by judge
  182. Autopsy: Nashville Singer Shot In Back Of Head
  183. Scherzer, Davis Reach Deals, 39 In Arbitration
  184. James Leads Heat Past 76ers To Snap 3-Game Skid
  185. Sharapova Into 4th Round At Australian Open
  186. Taliban Attack Kabul Restaurant Favored by Westerners - New York Times
  187. California Watches Bad Drought Grow Worse - New York Times
  188. UPDATE 1-Michelle Obama turns 50, joins retiree advocacy group
  189. South Korea confirms bird flu, expands culling
  190. Episode 510: The Birth Of The Minimum Wage
  191. Guard Recruiter Denied Release In Armory Shooting
  192. California's Governor Declares Drought State Of Emergency
  193. Obama's restrictions on NSA surveillance rely on narrow definition of 'spying' - Washington Post
  194. Hiroo Onoda, Japanese soldier who long refused to surrender, dies at 91 - CNN
  195. California Governor Declares Drought Emergency - Wall Street Journal
  196. Vatican comes under sharp criticism for sex abuse - Boston.com
  197. UN Says 3 UN Personnel Killed In Kabul Attack
  198. Rondo Back In Lineup For Celtics
  199. LA-Area Wildfire Only Smoldering; Evacuees Return
  200. UPDATE 1-Star witness takes stand in trial of SAC's Martoma
  201. U.S. states could turn to firing squads if execution drugs scarce
  202. Michelle Obama turns 50, joins retiree advocacy group
  203. Exclusive: Fox, CBS, ESPN bid for Thursday night NFL games
  204. Red-hot Reed moves two ahead at La Quinta
  205. Court: Bloggers Have First Amendment Protections
  206. UNC: Athlete Literacy Research Findings Flawed
  207. Obama pledges greater safeguards for intelligence - Los Angeles Times
  208. California declares drought emergency - Los Angeles Times
  209. Up to 15, mostly foreigners, killed in Kabul suicide attack - Reuters
  210. Pope Benedict Defrocked 400 Priests in 2 Years - KRIS Corpus Christi News
  211. 2 Students Shot in Philly School Gym; Boy Held - ABC News
  212. Hiroo Onoda, Japanese soldier who hid in Philippine jungle for 29 years, dies at ... - Washington Post
  213. Obama's NSA speech: Five burning questions - NBCNews.com
  214. Patrick Reed Shoots Another 63 In Humana Challenge
  215. Clayton Kershaw Calls Lucrative Deal 'Humbling'
  216. Company Files For Bankruptcy After W.Va. Spill
  217. Tigers agree one-year deal with pitching ace Scherzer
  218. Vatican defrocked 400 priests for molesting children - Telegraph.co.uk
  219. IMF official among 14 killed in Kabul restaurant attack - The Australian
  220. Congress Vows To Step Up To Surveillance Policy Challenge
  221. Shoppers Fret About Authenticity Of Target Emails
  222. Nuke Commander Says Stricken Unit 'Broken Hearted'
  223. PARIS MENSWEAR: Kanye West, Gorilla Fur Hit Paris
  224. Data: Texas Had Most Border Patrol Arrests In 2013
  225. See Where Tens of Thousands of Christians Suffer Daily for Refusing to Worship a 'False God'
  226. Pope Benedict Defrocked Almost 400 Priests in 2 Years; New Documents Make Astonishing Revelation
  227. Belly fat worse for older men than low testosterone
  228. Figure skating: Russia's Lipnitskaia beats favorites to win gold
  229. Seahawks receiver Harvin to miss NFC title game
  230. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Bess arrested in Florida
  231. Okla's Coburn Leaves Mark As Tireless Budget Hawk
  232. UPDATE 6-Obama bans spying on leaders of US allies, scales back NSA program - Reuters
  233. At least 2 students wounded by shots fired in Philadelphia high school gym - CNN International
  234. Police Investigate Whether Remains Are Linked to Missing Boy With Autism - New York Times
  235. Taliban Attack Against Afghan Restaurant Kills 16 - ABC News
  236. Pope defrocked 400 priests in 2 years for molesting children: document - Vancouver Sun
  237. Mind and Body Approaches for Smoking Cessation: A Review
  238. 2 Students Shot In Pa. School Gym; Shooter Sought
  239. State Surpluses Spark Debate On Tax Cuts, Spending
  240. A Strange Composition: Classical Music Meets Bioterror In 'Orfeo'
  241. Novartis employees may have violated trial protocol in Japan
  242. UPDATE 1-Smoking to kill 5.6 mln US kids if not stubbed out -report
  243. Rich deal keeps Kershaw with Dodgers for seven years
  244. Exclusive: Fox, CBS bid for Thursday NFL games - sources
  245. Novartis employees may have violated trial protocol in Japan
  246. Bullying injuries in school dip, but still problematic
  247. Lengthy Ohio execution puts focus on death penalty, suit likely
  248. Scherzer, Tigers Agree At $15,525,000
  249. Blitzen Trapper On World Cafe
  250. The President Will Replace NSA Mass Surveillance With ... Something - Businessweek