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  1. China Formally Abolishes Re-Education Labor Camps
  2. Reports Of Sexual Assaults In Military On Rise
  3. Sailing-Wild Oats XI seals seventh Sydney-Hobart victory
  4. 4 Killed As Iraqi Troops Arrest Sunni Lawmaker
  5. Hawks' Horford out indefinitely with a torn chest muscle
  6. Kings Rally Past Short-Handed Heat 108-103 In OT
  7. Not My Job: Shirley Jones Gets Quizzed On Partridge Shooting
  8. Bluff The Listener
  9. Bluff The Listener
  10. Clippy And Paula
  11. Not My Job: Consultant James Carville Gets Quizzed On Couples
  12. 10 Things To Know: This Week's Takeaways
  13. Four U.S. Military Personnel Being Held By Libyan Government
  14. Panthers' Smith to miss Falcons game due to sprained knee
  15. Chiefs, 49ers Get 8 Players Each For Pro Bowl
  16. Federal Jobless Benefits Set To End For More Than 1 Million
  17. Denver Gives Out Recreational Pot Sales Licenses
  18. Marshall Beats Maryland 31-20 In Military Bowl
  19. Versatile Choo seeks World Series title with Rangers
  20. Police: No Beer Led To Ceramic Squirrel Stabbing
  21. Tony Gonzalez Ready To Retire _ Almost
  22. Hawks Lose Horford To Torn Right Pectoral Muscle
  23. Writer: China Detains Tibetan Monk And Supporters
  24. Nursing Home Says It Won't Take 'Brain-Dead' Girl
  25. Abbott Labs settles with U.S. over kickback claims
  26. New Year's Jam: Pa. Strawberry Busted In Test Drop
  27. A&E Reverses Decision On 'Duck Dynasty' Patriarch
  28. Thunder's Westbrook Out Until After All-Star Break
  29. Tony Gonzalez Ready To Retire _ Almost
  30. Rodgers' Return Opens Up Options For Packers
  31. Key Findings In Newly Released Newtown Documents
  32. Francescoli sees Uruguay going far with Suarez
  33. Thunder's Westbrook has surgery, out until February
  34. Amid Political Chaos, Thailand's Army Chief Won't Rule Out Coup
  35. Hollywood Poised For Best-Ever Box-Office Year
  36. Stocks End Flat On Wall Street In Quiet Trading
  37. On-The-Job Deaths Spiking As Oil Drilling Quickly Expands
  38. Britney Spears Begins Long-Term Las Vegas Gig
  39. Oil Company Looks To Great Lakes As Shipping Demand Booms
  40. Small changes in kids' fast food meal cut calories
  41. Gambler Rewards Man Who Returned $300K Left In Cab
  42. Times Square's Crystal Ball Gets Gleaming New Skin
  43. Cowboys' Romo Has Surgery, Out For Eagles Finale
  44. Federer adds 'childhood hero' Edberg to coaching team
  45. Gerald Wilson On Piano Jazz
  46. Push To Recruit Arab Christians Into Israeli Army
  47. California Man Pleads Guilty To Terror Count
  48. US Boy, 9, Is Youngest To Reach Aconcagua Summit
  49. Stories Merge As 'Duck Dynasty' Fans Plan 'Chick-Phil-A' Day
  50. Pop Culture Happy Hour: Time Machines, Time Capsules And A Live Studio Audience
  51. 1.3 Million Losing Unemployment Benefits Saturday
  52. CEO Of Company In Va Governor's Scandal Steps Down
  53. Target: Customers' Encrypted PINs Were Obtained
  54. Concussions May Increase Alzheimer's Risk, But Only For Some
  55. Cowboys quarterback Romo has season-ending surgery
  56. UPDATE 1-Lundbeck gets EU marketing approval for Brintellix
  57. Strict parenting may reduce teen smoking
  58. Lundbeck gets EU marketing approval for Brintellix
  59. Military Sex Assault Reports Jump By 50 Percent
  60. NY Judge Rules NSA Phone Surveillance Is Legal
  61. NPR Bestsellers: Paperback Fiction, Week Of December 26, 2013
  62. NPR Bestsellers: Paperback Nonfiction, Week Of December 26, 2013
  63. UK Christians Increasingly Sharing Faith on Internet; Call for Training to Harness Tools
  64. Mourinho hoping for 'little Suarez injury'
  65. CP World Report: Obama at Holocaust Museum, PCUSA, Sudan Church Burning, Netherlands
  66. Violent Islamist Takeover in Mali Targets Fleeing Christians
  67. Norway Bombing, Shootings: Police Detain 'Right-Wing Christian Fundamentalist'
  68. Norwegian Bomber Suspect Claims to Be a Christian
  69. Russian Orthodox Church Leads National Day of Prayer Amid 'Attacks'
  70. High rates of high blood pressure persist in US Southeast
  71. BRIEF-Lundbeck gets EU marketing approval for Brintellix
  72. Stocks Edge Higher On Wall Street In Quiet Trading
  73. Russia: Syria Weapons Deadline Won't Be Met
  74. San Diego Sued Over Stinky Sea Lion Waste
  75. 2013 Was The Year Bills To Criminalize Animal Cruelty Videos Failed
  76. Boston Marathon Bombing AP Sports Story Of Year
  77. Textron: Too Soon To Say If Beechcraft Faces Cuts
  78. Anxiety linked to stroke risk
  79. UPDATE 1-S.Africa's Foord enters Adcock battle with 15 pct stake
  80. German state of Hesse threatens to sue Rhoen over particle therapy
  81. South Sudan Government Agrees To End Hostilities
  82. A Look At South Sudan, Young But Restive Country
  83. Greenpeace Activists Returning Home
  84. 2013: The Year In Tiny Desk Concerts
  85. Stocks, Bond Yields Edge Higher In Early Trade
  86. South Africa's Foord takes 15 pct stake in Adcock
  87. Career NY Stage Actor Makes Met Debut
  88. Top Stories: Thousands Still Wait For Power; Deadly Beirut Blast
  89. Balloting Begins! Oscar Nominations Voting Starts
  90. German state of Hesse threatens to sue Rhoen over particle therapy
  91. DIARY-NON S&P WEEK AHEAD
  92. DIARY - U.S. Company Conference Calls/Webcast for week ahead
  93. Super Bowl 2014 - Five-star prices for one-star lodgings
  94. Egypt: Police Clash With Pro-Morsi Protesters
  95. Pussy Riot Still Want To Topple Putin
  96. Utility Linemen Brave Cold, Ice To Restore Power
  97. [FOR LILLIAN] Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Reaches Out to Christians Leaders Attack 'Hollow Words'
  98. Power's Still Out For Many Across North And Into Canada
  99. Newcastle in mood to banish painful Arsenal defeat
  100. Bomb Blast In Beirut Kills Former Ambassador To U.S.
  101. Action Star Jet Li Treated For Overactive Thyroid
  102. A Look At Recent Assassinations In Lebanon
  103. WHO says 4 new Saudi cases of MERS virus, one fatal
  104. Fitness more important than titles in 2014, Nadal says
  105. FDA warns consumers not to use muscle growth product
  106. Turkey: Army Wants To Stay Out Of Politics
  107. Suicide Car Bomb Targets Foreign Forces In Kabul
  108. Wild Oats XI, Perpetual Loyal In Hobart Race Duel
  109. WHO says 4 new Saudi cases of MERS virus, one fatal
  110. Global Markets Rise In Year-End Trading
  111. Iran Says It Is Developing New Centrifuges
  112. Thai Army Chief Urges Calm, Doesn't Rule Out Coup
  113. Lebanon Bombing Kills 5, Including Ex-Minister
  114. Okinawa Governor Gives Go-Ahead For New US Base
  115. ENTER TITLE
  116. The impact of artificial sweeteners: the debate continues
  117. BRIEF-China's Humanwell Healthcare to set up a Hong Kong unit for $180 mln
  118. REFILE-TABLE-CanBas Co Ltd -2013 6-month parent forecast
  119. Recalling His Inspiration, A Neurosurgeon Thanks A Teacher
  120. Facing Big Changes, Anxious Afghans Hope For The Best In 2014
  121. The Number 6 Says It All About The HealthCare.gov Rollout
  122. Marines: Most Female Recruits Don't Meet New Pullup Standard
  123. Can A Fruit Fly Help Explain Autism?
  124. Nancy Pearl Turns Back The Pages With Picks From The Past
  125. China to introduce healthcare corruption "blacklist" in 2014
  126. BRIEF-AstraZeneca and Shionogi extend Crestor licence
  127. BRIEF-Shire extends ViroPharma tender offer until Jan 9
  128. BRIEF-Thrombogenics's JETREA treatment gets positive common drug review in Canada
  129. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Dec 27
  130. NYC Transit Hubs Handle Flood Of Lost Items
  131. Blazers Beat Clippers 116-112 In OT Win
  132. Police File To Be Released On Newtown Shooting
  133. Pa. Church Official Seeks Bail; Conviction Tossed
  134. Your Top Plays For Today
  135. Lack Of Customers Dooms Many Cuban Businesses
  136. Aggies Beat Lynch, No. 24 NIU 21-14 In Poinsettia
  137. AP Source: Choo Passes Physical With Rangers
  138. Icebound Ship In Antarctica Edges Closer To Rescue
  139. Former Orioles Star Paul Blair Dies
  140. Teague's Clutch Shot Give Hawks 127-125 Win In 2OT
  141. Conner Leads Pitt To 30-27 Win Over Bowling Green
  142. Cowboys May Find Out What They Can Do Without Romo
  143. Beechcraft To Be Bought By Cessna Parent Company
  144. 'Knockout Game' Attack Leads To Hate Crime Charge
  145. PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Dec 27
  146. INDONESIA PRESS-Indofarma sees 2014 revenue up 20 pct - Investor Daily
  147. Obama Sends Wishes To Those Celebrating Kwanzaa
  148. Singing In The Cold: Bruno Preps For Super Bowl
  149. Bobby Bowden's Grandson Killed In Crash
  150. PHILIPPINES PRESS-Melco Crown Philippines sets up $340 mln debt facility - BusinessMirror
  151. Murray sees positives in defeat on return from injury
  152. In 'Lone Survivor,' Heroics Extend Only As Far As Survival, Solidarity
  153. Attack On Presidential Palace Thwarted In Bangui
  154. Resilient Broncos Weather One Crisis After Another
  155. NFL Players Still Hiding, Playing With Concussions
  156. Ancient Box Supposedly Containing the Remains of Jesus' Brother Set for Public Display After Owner Cleared of Forgery
  157. Pileups Block Turnpike, Interstate In Eastern Pa.
  158. Deer Makes Appearance At Pa. Sporting Goods Store
  159. NBA: Blake Griffin Shouldn't Have Been Ejected
  160. Family Of Brain-Dead Calif. Girl Weighs Aid Offers
  161. Fall of the Muslim Brotherhood Continues: Former Leaders Declared 'Terrorists' by Egyptian Government
  162. Should The U.S. Track Cigarettes Nationally?
  163. Utah Holdouts Now Issuing Gay Marriage Licenses
  164. Online Shopping Grows, With Some Growing Pains
  165. Reversal On ACA Cancellations Gets Mixed Response
  166. Obama Signs Bipartisan Budget Deal, Defense Bill
  167. President Obama Signs Budget, Defense Bills
  168. Packers' Rodgers cleared to play against Bears
  169. Cowboys' coach not giving up on Romo playing Sunday
  170. 38 Dead After Bombings Strike Iraqi Christian Areas on Christmas Day
  171. Perpetual Loyal Takes Big Lead In Sydney To Hobart
  172. Video Shows Off White's New Halfpipe Trick
  173. Cooking In A Latin-Jewish Melting Pot
  174. Bye Bye, Bile? Websites Try To Nix Nasty Comments
  175. Pa. Court Reverses Church Official's Conviction
  176. Poll: Americans Hopeful For A Better Year In 2014
  177. Packers' Rodgers Back, To Start Bears Game
  178. United comeback never in doubt, says Moyes
  179. Man Climbs Fence At Phoenix Airport, Runs To Plane
  180. 'Booty Call,' 'Above The Rim' Director Dies At 54
  181. PREVIEW-NFL-Wild finish looms as teams eye final playoff spots
  182. Extra consultations before cataract surgery rise
  183. Pope Francis Appeals for Persecuted Christians; Visits Benedict XVI
  184. LeBron James Wins AP Male Athlete Of The Year
  185. Mississippi Children Learn With Blues Curriculum
  186. Cards, Gifts Sent To Newtown After Rampage Saved
  187. China More Conservative Than US on Abortion, Homosexuality?
  188. Benefit of knee supplements still unclear
  189. Stocks Edge Higher In Midday Trading; T-Mobile Up
  190. It Was 50 Years Ago Today: 'I Want To Hold Your Hand' Hit U.S.
  191. Potential weight-loss mouth spray for fuller feeling
  192. 1,000 Words: The Wheels Of Life
  193. State Of Mind
  194. Not Like The Others
  195. Imperial Pets
  196. 9 Dead In Siberian Plane Crash
  197. Oh, Oxymoron
  198. Mid-life job stress linked to later health problems
  199. Man Utd storm back to beat Hull 3-2
  200. BRIEF-Shenzhen Hepalink Pharma's unit to acquire Scientific Protein Laboratories for $337.5 mln
  201. Greenpeace Activists Start Getting Visas To Leave Russia
  202. US Stock Futures Edge Higher On Jobs Data
  203. Mentally Ill And Their Backers Fill Vt. Orchestra
  204. Day 2: An 'Ask Me Another' Holiday Puzzle
  205. Valencia hire Pizzi as coach to replace sacked Djukic
  206. Weekly US Jobless Claims Drop 42K To 338K
  207. Car Tries To Force French Presidential Gate
  208. TPG-backed drugmaker Aptalis files for IPO of up to $500 mln
  209. DIARY - U.S. Company Conference Calls/Webcast for week ahead
  210. DIARY-NON S&P WEEK AHEAD
  211. Apologies, Promises From UPS And FedEx About Delivery Delays
  212. Pope Prays For Christians Persecuted For Faith
  213. Hong Kong confirms first death from H7N9 bird flu
  214. Activists: Syria Will Let Food Into Rebel Town
  215. American Abducted In Pakistan Calls For US Help
  216. Greenpeace Activists Allowed To Leave Russia
  217. Hong Kong confirms first death from H7N9 bird flu
  218. 10 Things To Know For Today
  219. Bomb Blast Hits Bus In Egypt's Capital, Wounding 5
  220. Fatal Fire Again Highlights Senegal Child Beggary
  221. Russia: Arafat's Death Not Caused By Radiation
  222. More People Have More To Eat, But It's Not All Good News
  223. African Leaders In South Sudan For Peace Talks
  224. Asian Markets Mixed As Trading Resumes
  225. In Christmas Tradition, Obama Honors US Military
  226. Eating peanuts in pregnancy lowers allergy risk for child
  227. Health Care Tactics Split Republican Senate Rivals
  228. Should a healthy substitute for trans fats be found before banning them?
  229. A Christian Musician With More Questions Than Answers
  230. May Be Friday Before Power Restored In Some Areas
  231. Ethnic Traditions Vanishing As Myanmar Opens Up
  232. String Of Palestinian Attacks Has Israel Jittery
  233. Warriors Beat Clippers On Testy Christmas Night
  234. Crude Oil Prices Edge Further Above $99
  235. Rocks, Tear Gas Fly As Thai Protests Heat Up
  236. Singapore Nov manufacturing +4.0 pct y/y
  237. Japanese Prime Minister Visits Contentious War Shrine
  238. China Estimates 2013 Growth Slowed To 7.6 Percent
  239. Harden Helps Rockets Knock Off Spurs 111-98
  240. Japanese Prime Minister Visits Yasukuni War Shrine
  241. China Marks Mao's Birthday With Controlled Tribute
  242. 10 Things To Know For Thursday
  243. Obama: Honor Christmas By Helping Those In Need
  244. Heat Beats Lakers 101-95 For 6th Straight Victory
  245. Kyle Orton Appears Set To Start For Cowboys
  246. Crowds Relive Washington's 1776 River Crossing
  247. Ramirez Has Fended Off Doubters, D-Linemen Alike
  248. Common knee surgery ineffective in study
  249. Packers LB Clay Matthews Out For Bears Game
  250. AP Exclusive: Al-Qaida Leader Targeting UN Workers