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  1. AP Sources: Smith Reaches Deal To Coach Tampa Bay
  2. Dantonio Says He Intends To Stay At Michigan State
  3. Somalia hotel bombing kills 10 - The Australian
  4. Michigan State holds off Stanford 24-20 in Rose Bowl - USA TODAY
  5. 1st snowstorm of 2014 descends on New England - The Recorder
  6. Buyers line up for pot in Colorado - Washington Post
  7. With Clintons in His Corner, de Blasio Bolsters Ties to His Party's 'Gold Standard' - New York Times
  8. Sworn-in de Blasio pledges to take on 'tale of two cities' in NYC - CNN
  9. Colorado begins recreational pot experiment with first sales - Los Angeles Times
  10. Mogadishu hotel targeted by bombs, at least 11 killed - Reuters UK
  11. Blast in flat kills Palestinian envoy in Prague - Times of India
  12. Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's condition “life threatening” - euronews
  13. Lovie Smith finalizing deal to become Buccaneers coach - USA TODAY
  14. Michigan St Beats Stanford 24-20 In Rose Bowl
  15. Marketing Efforts To Uninsured Youth Ramp Up
  16. 10 Things To Know For Thursday
  17. More Than 300 Sharks In Australia Are Now On Twitter
  18. INDONESIA PRESS- Kalbe Farma sees 2014 revenue up 15 pct - Kontan
  19. 52 Passengers Trapped In Antarctica To Be Rescued
  20. Sights From Colorado Pot Industry's Opening Day
  21. U.S. hoping experience can lift them to Sochi gold
  22. Winter Classic first salvo in NHL 'shock-and-awe' campaign
  23. 2 Kessels Named To US Olympic Hockey Teams
  24. 17-Year-Old Lehman Earns Another Olympic Race
  25. Broken Axle Found At Scene Of ND Derailment
  26. 125th Rose Parade Hosts Its First Same-Sex Wedding
  27. Maple Leafs and Red Wings open 2014 with Classic thriller
  28. Ryan Doesn't Make Cut For US Men's Hockey Team
  29. 1st Snowstorm Of 2014 Descends On New England, NY
  30. Panama Canal Contractors Warn May Halt Work
  31. 'Fresh Prince' Actor James Avery Dead At 68
  32. Juanita Moore, Oscar Nominated Actress, Dead At 99
  33. Trebling tobacco tax 'could prevent 200 million early deaths'
  34. Distracted driving bigger problem for novice drivers
  35. Trebling tobacco tax 'could prevent 200 million early deaths'
  36. 2013 Ends With A Big Drop In Homicides In Chicago
  37. No. 8 S. Carolina Too Much For No. 19 Badgers
  38. Chu headlines U.S. women's ice hockey team
  39. After Three years, Six Injuries, $75 Million, 'Spiderman' Musical Ends
  40. New York City's First New Mayor In 12 Years Is Sworn In
  41. New Year Brings New Insurance Rules, Health Coverage
  42. Brazil's Social Media Boom Sparks Calls For New Privacy Laws
  43. Wilmington, Del., Struggles With Outsized Murder Rate
  44. Police: 2 Car Bombs Explode In Somali Capital
  45. Hospital: Ariel Sharon's Health Worsens
  46. Israeli Parliament Aims To Be World's Greenest
  47. James Avery Of 'Fresh Prince' Fame Dead At 65
  48. AP's Martin Remembered As Mentor, Friend, Talent
  49. NYC Mayor De Blasio Takes Formal Oath At City Hall
  50. Syrian Warplanes Bomb Hills Inside Lebanon
  51. Arsenal leave it late to beat Cardiff
  52. UPDATE 1-Doctors, hospitals expect some confusion as Obamacare plans start
  53. Analysis: Israel, Palestinians Face Hard Choices
  54. 13 Taken To Hospitals After Minneapolis Fire
  55. Thief Carries 250-Pound Safe Out Of Mass. Eatery
  56. OSHA plans to slash silica workplace exposure limits
  57. Colorado Recreational Pot Market Opens For Business
  58. GOP, Dems Try To Repackage Arguments For 2014
  59. Nurses, Family Bond Online As Iranian Dies In US
  60. Tummy Beer, Coffee Maker Cooking And Mini-Fasts: 2013's Most Read
  61. Schumacher Stable But Brain Injury Still Critical
  62. City show title form to see off Swansea
  63. Women may skip radiation therapy over child care concerns
  64. Murray Beaten By Mayer At Qatar Open
  65. Poll: Israelis, Palestinians Back Two-State Deal
  66. UN: Iraq Sees Highest Annual Death Toll In Years
  67. Li Na Advances To Shenzhen Open Quarterfinals
  68. Palestinian Ambassador Injured In Apartment Blast
  69. Cardiff set to appoint Solskjaer: media reports
  70. Refreshed Federer makes encouraging start to year
  71. Ferrari will keep Raikkonen busy
  72. Celebrations In Dubai, London, Vegas Usher In 2014
  73. Pope Stresses Strength, Courage, Hope In New Year
  74. REPEAT-Doctors, hospitals expect some confusion as Obamacare plans start
  75. Toure shortlisted for African Footballer of the Year title
  76. Greece: Numbers Improve, Problems Worsen In 2014
  77. Tensions High In Western Sahara Despite New Plan
  78. Happy New Year, Friends!
  79. Schumacher 'stable', media urged to respect privacy
  80. FDA approves SALMONELEX™ against Salmonella as new food processing aid
  81. GED Test Overhauled; Some States Opt For New Exam
  82. Calif. Family Struggles To Get Surgeries For Teen
  83. Former First Lady Barbara Bush Is Hospitalized
  84. Humanitarian Fears Grow Amid South Sudan Violence
  85. Iran Boosts Its Team In Charge Of Nuclear Talks
  86. Lavish Parties, Uninhibited Tourists Rule In Vegas
  87. Vitamin E may combat functional decline from Alzheimer's disease
  88. Shoppers Wait For Colorado Pot Shops To Open
  89. Putin Visits Bomb-Hit Volgograd
  90. Doctors, hospitals expect some confusion as Obamacare plans start
  91. Bill De Blasio Sworn In As 109th Mayor Of NYC.
  92. Elizabeth Smart Shares About Her Faith And Kidnapping
  93. Duggan To Take Bankrupt Detroit's Oath Of Office
  94. Malala Yousafzai's Hope Is Stronger Than Ever
  95. Nikki Giovanni Chases Beer And Family
  96. China Manufacturing Indicator Weakens
  97. Machinists Chief Once Called Pensions 'Sacred'
  98. Obama's Tarnished Health Care Law At A Crossroads
  99. Aldridge Leads Trail Blazers Over Thunder
  100. U.S. justice grants exemption in contraception mandate challenge
  101. UPDATE 2-U.S. justice grants exemption in contraception mandate challenge
  102. Q&A: Girl's Brain Death Ignites Difficult Debate
  103. Touch Down: FSU, Auburn Hit SoCal For Title Game
  104. Justice Delays Birth Control Mandate For Catholic Groups
  105. No. 2 Auburn Arrives In California All Business
  106. Woman Crushed To Death By Boston Drawbridge
  107. 'Prizzi's Honor' Actor Joseph Ruskin Dead At 89
  108. Touch Down: FSU, Auburn Hit SoCal For Title Game
  109. Schumacher slightly better but fragile: doctors
  110. Barbara Bush Hospitalized In Houston
  111. Target Says Some Of Its Gift Cards 'Not Properly Activated'
  112. NKorea Boasts Of Removal Of "Factionalist Filth"
  113. Davis, Richardson Win Again At US Speedskating
  114. Hospital Won't Aid Transfer Of Girl On Ventilator
  115. Firm in Virginia governor's supplement scandal gets FDA warning
  116. McIlroy rings in the New Year with Wozniacki engagement
  117. UPDATE 1-Catholic groups ask U.S. Supreme Court to block contraception coverage
  118. Wal-Mart offers 30 days of prescriptions to backlogged Obamacare enrollees
  119. Catholic groups ask U.S. Supreme Court to block contraception coverage
  120. McIlroy, Wozniacki Announce Engagement
  121. Utah Asks Supreme Court To Block Same-Sex Unions
  122. Hundley, UCLA Rout Virginia Tech 42-12 In Sun Bowl
  123. Firm in Virginia governor's supplement scandal gets FDA warning
  124. Brees Presents Tough Challenge For Eagles
  125. Vitamin E Might Help Slow Alzheimer's Early On
  126. Brewery Responds To Starbucks Letter With $6 Check
  127. Catholic Groups Ask Court To Halt Health Care Law
  128. AP PHOTOS: Revelers Around The World Ring In 2014
  129. Latvia Becomes 18th Country To Adopt The Euro
  130. West Nile virus blamed for death of eagles in Utah
  131. Teen eating disorders may impact weight later: study
  132. High Notes And Clams: The Best And Worst Of Classical 2013
  133. Kerry Seeks Framework For Mideast Peace Talks
  134. Vitamin E May Slow Alzheimer's Disease Progression
  135. James King Distills Country Gems To 'Three Chords And The Truth'
  136. Consumer Confidence: The Last Big Economic Release Of 2013
  137. Crowds Block Airport In Central African Republic
  138. Vitamin E may slow early Alzheimer's decline: study
  139. Astros Agree To Deal With Reliever Jesse Crain
  140. No. 3 Ohio St. Pulls Away From Purdue 78-69
  141. US Frees Last 3 Uighur Prisoners From Guantanamo
  142. A Judge's Cookbook Reveals The Secrets Of Bialys And Bagels
  143. Early Lagerfeld Designs Up For Auction In Florida
  144. California Marks 2013 As Historically Dry Year
  145. Murder-Suicide Possible In 4 Deaths At Calif. Home
  146. Sebelius Touts 2 Million Obamacare Enrollees
  147. Antioxidants in diet linked to cataract risk
  148. Movement On Deal To Implement Iran Nuclear Accord
  149. UPDATE 1-Over 2 million have signed up for Obamacare: US officials
  150. Maple Leafs sign captain Phaneuf to seven-year contract
  151. N.D. Train Derailment: Residents Flee Toxic Smoke
  152. Obama Ringing In New Year In Low-Key Fashion
  153. MSNBC Host Apologizes For Jokes About Romney Baby
  154. Stocks Move Higher On Last Day Of 2013
  155. Hawaiian Woman Gets IDs That Fit Her 36-Character Last Name
  156. Over two million have signed up on Obamacare, state websites:US official
  157. Over two million have signed up on Obamacare, state websites: U.S. official
  158. Six new cases of MERS virus hit Saudi Arabia, UAE
  159. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  160. UPDATE 1-Cosmetics maker Revlon to exit China
  161. Stryker to buy Patient Safety Technologies for $120 mln
  162. Our food choices are influenced by social norms, study suggests
  163. Can a Dietary Supplement Treat a Concussion? No
  164. UPDATE 1-Stryker to buy Patient Safety Technologies for $120 mln
  165. Six new cases of MERS virus hit Saudi Arabia, UAE
  166. Cholesterol linked to Alzheimer's protein, unclear why
  167. 'Murder, She Wrote' Star Angela Lansbury Honored
  168. Egypt Seizes Assets Of Muslim Brotherhood Leaders
  169. Coalition Casualties In Afghanistan Drop In 2013
  170. Mexican Sales Tax Hike Seen As Boon On US Border
  171. Is The DVD Box Set Dead? Yes ... And No.
  172. DIARY - U.S. Company Conference Calls/Webcast for week ahead
  173. DIARY-NON S&P WEEK AHEAD
  174. 2013 Signoffs II: More Short Stories About Remarkable Lives
  175. French Priest Kidnapped In November Freed
  176. Portugal's President Ratifies Austerity Budget
  177. 10 Things To Know For Today
  178. Opening The Literary Liquor Cabinet In 'Echo Spring'
  179. Cosmetics maker Revlon to exit China
  180. Northern Ireland Talks End Without Deal
  181. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  182. Rusty Serena wins WTA opener in Brisbane
  183. Small Improvement For Schumacher After 2nd Surgery
  184. BRIEF-Aspen acquires two GSK brands and a manufacturing site
  185. Game Show Vanishes Amid Turkish Graft Scandal
  186. Police, Troops Heavy In Bomb-Hit Russian City
  187. Fresh Fighting In S Sudan As Peace Deadline Nears
  188. Japan Promises Equality, But Women Find Few Jobs
  189. What Israel's Release Of Palestinian Prisoners Means For Peace
  190. New molecular tools for controlling production of compounds important for flavors, human health, and biofuels
  191. A new role for milk: Delivering polyphenols with anti-cancer activity
  192. Here Are 68 Of 2013's Biggest Songs In Five And A Half Minutes
  193. Nothing Focuses The Mind Like The Ultimate Deadline: Death
  194. Bon Voyage Voyager — Old Friends Take Stock
  195. Webb's 4 TD Passes Tie Holiday Bowl Record
  196. DIGITS: Looking Back At 2013, By The Numbers
  197. Bobbleheads Honor Supreme Court Justices
  198. Myanmar Pardons Political Offenders
  199. Blessed Feathers: Nomadic And Loving It
  200. Confetti And Music But No Mayor For NYC Ball Drop
  201. Weather Shift Near ND Derailment Worries Officials
  202. Your Top Plays For Today
  203. In Memoriam: 2013
  204. China halts imports of Pfizer drug on paperwork glitch
  205. Mack Brown Era Ends At Texas With Blowout Loss
  206. Evans, Holiday Lead Pelicans Past Blazers 110-108
  207. 'Selfie,' 'Twerk' Top School's Annoying Word List
  208. Schumacher battles for life after ski fall
  209. China halts imports of Pfizer drug on paperwork glitch
  210. James Returns To Lead Heat Past Nuggets 97-94
  211. At 20 Years, NAFTA Didn't Close Wage Gap
  212. Pharrell Williams On Juxtaposition And Seeing Sounds
  213. China Media Group Slammed For Betraying Protesters
  214. Sydney Opera House Features In New Year Fireworks
  215. No. 10 Oregon Crushes Texas In Mack Brown's Finale
  216. Italian Distributor Apologizes For "Slave" Posters
  217. ENTER TITLE
  218. 10 Things To Know For Tuesday
  219. UPDATE 1-Carlos Slim private equity fund sells stake in pharma company
  220. Brain-dead California girl ordered kept on ventilator for 1 more week - family
  221. Life Support Extended For Girl Declared Brain Dead
  222. Uganda Warns South Sudan Rebel Leader
  223. Judge Orders Brain Dead Girl Can Stay On Life Support
  224. Walgreen offers month of prescriptions to backlogged Obamacare enrollees
  225. Oklahoma doctor held for nine deaths linked to prescription drugs
  226. Some current, former smokers should get annual lung scans: US panel
  227. Rose Parade Gay Wedding Going On Despite Protest
  228. Train Derailment In North Dakota Causes Explosion, Fire
  229. UPDATE 2-California brain-dead girl nears deadline for ventilator
  230. California brain-dead girl nears deadline for ventilator
  231. Some current, former smokers should get annual lung scans: US panel
  232. Wimbledon 1969 champion Jones gets CBE in Queen's honors
  233. Some current, former smokers should get annual lung scans -US panel
  234. California brain-dead girl nears deadline for ventilator
  235. Lost Images Come To Life A Century After Antarctic Expedition
  236. Hawaii Woman With Long Last Name Gets New ID Cards
  237. 2013 Ends With 2 Old Broadway Favorites On Top
  238. Russia Bombings Spark Olympic Concerns
  239. UPDATE 1-California brain-dead girl nears deadline for ventilator
  240. Fiery Explosions In ND Crude Oil Train Derailment
  241. Labia surgeries may be driven by unnatural images
  242. U.S. new drug approvals slip in 2013 vs prior year
  243. Texas Republicans Lose 3 Major Donors In 2013
  244. Crime Is Down, But NY Neighborhood Doesn't Feel It
  245. 2013 Signoffs: Short Stories About A Few Remarkable Lives
  246. On Evolution, A Widening Political Gap, Pew Says
  247. 2013 Ends With 2 Old Broadway Favorites On Top
  248. Even Obama Dogs Jump Through Hoops To Enter Hawaii
  249. CANADA STOCKS-TSX slips as gold miners weigh, banks trade higher
  250. Spurs' Parker apologizes for making anti-Semitic gesture