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  1. Using Sound To Levitate Objects And Move Them Midair
  2. Malzahn's Flexible Offense Tough To Pigeonhole
  3. Are liberal hopes for New York Mayor Bill de Blasio too high? - Christian Science Monitor
  4. New York Times pushes clemency for Edward Snowden. Justified? (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  5. Beirut Bomb Hits Hezbollah Stronghold - Wall Street Journal
  6. Suspect in Murder of California Priest Taken Into Custody - ABC News
  7. Fierce winter storm pushes into the Northeast - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  8. Undocumented immigrant can practice law, California Supreme Court rules - Christian Science Monitor
  9. Birth control type tied to time between pregnancies
  10. Obama, New Zealand PM Hit Golf Course In Hawaii
  11. Briton, New Zealander Found Shot To Death In Libya
  12. Conservative NY Radio Host Bob Grant Dies At 84
  13. TPG-backed IMS Health files for IPO of up to $100 mln
  14. Lovie Smith takes over as Buccaneers head coach
  15. Big Chill Could Freeze 49ers, Packers In Wild Card
  16. As Big Snowstorm Approaches New York, de Blasio Says City Is Ready - New York Times
  17. 15 killed, 30 wounded in bombing attack in Iraq - Xinhua
  18. California priest's death ruled a homicide - CNN
  19. California illegal immigrants can get law license, state Supreme Court rules - San Jose Mercury News
  20. Blast kills at least five in Hizbullah's Beirut stronghold - Irish Times
  21. Ferrari fans plan red vigil for Schumacher
  22. When To Get Pragmatic
  23. Eagles brace for chilly wild card clash with Saints
  24. Kerry: Mideast Peace Still Possible Despite Rifts
  25. Chinese Balloonist Rescued At Sea By Japanese Coast Guard
  26. Snapchat Suffers Security Breach
  27. Though 'Spider-Man' Leaving Broadway, A Part Stays
  28. Bill Nye To Visit Creation Museum For Debate
  29. Fierce battles as al-Qaeda tries to seize two cities in Iraq - Telegraph.co.uk
  30. Bomb explodes in Hezbollah-controlled area of Beirut, killing at least 4 - Washington Post
  31. Immigrant without green card can be a lawyer, California court rules - Los Angeles Times
  32. New York Times: Snowden 'justified,' deserves lighter punishment - Chicago Tribune
  33. Winter storm targets Northeast with blizzard conditions and unusual cold - Christian Science Monitor
  34. Bad News for Obamacare: More Insurance Sends More Patients to Pricey ERs - Businessweek
  35. Parents may want to limit electronic media at mealtime
  36. When Memphis Made A Move On Nashville's Country Monopoly
  37. GM John Dorsey Guides Make-Over Chiefs To Playoffs
  38. Fierce winter storm bearing down on northeast US - Wall Street Journal
  39. Times, Guardian call for clemency for Edward Snowden - San Jose Mercury News
  40. Deadly blast hits south Beirut neighborhood - USA TODAY
  41. Answers to 5 questions about legalized pot in Colorado - USA TODAY
  42. Israel government 'tortures' Palestinian children by keeping them in cages ... - The Independent
  43. Penn State football coach O'Brien, hired after Paterno fired, quits
  44. 30-Something Everyday Tasks You Might Be Doing 'Wrong'
  45. Bombing In Northern Iraq City Kills 19
  46. Lawyer Fined For Outing Rowling As Thriller Writer
  47. Fire Damages San Francisco Chinese Consulate
  48. Bears Sign QB Jay Cutler To 7-Year Deal
  49. First snow, then 'brutal' cold for millions in storm's path - NBCNews.com
  50. California police seeking car of slain priest - Seattle Post Intelligencer
  51. Deadly Blast Hits Hezbollah Neighborhood in Beirut - New York Times
  52. De Blasio's Battle for Equality Starts in the Parks - Newsweek
  53. Scott edges out Woods for U.S. writers award
  54. Daily routines may influence sleep quality, quantity
  55. German watchdog deals setback to Bayer eye drug Eylea
  56. US STOCKS-Wall St dips on first trading day of 2014; techs weigh
  57. Bears re-sign quarterback Cutler on seven-year deal
  58. 10 Things To See: A Week Of Top AP Photos
  59. Pa. Priest Released From Prison After Appeal
  60. Warring South Sudan Factions Arrive In Ethiopia For Peace Talks
  61. A Graduate Program Works To Diversify The Science World
  62. 2 Newspapers Calls For Clemency For Edward Snowden
  63. The Revolution Begins - Daily Beast
  64. Toronto Mayor Rob Ford files to run again - USA TODAY
  65. Newspapers urge Obama to treat Edward Snowden as a whistleblower - CBS News
  66. Winter Storm Headed for New York - Wall Street Journal
  67. Helicopter rescue begins for passengers stuck in Antarctic ice - Reuters
  68. Macy's, Martha Stewart Living Settle Dispute
  69. Pope Draws 6.6 Million At Vatican In 2013
  70. As Promised, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Files For Re-Election
  71. Nigella: Courtroom Revelations Were 'Mortifying'
  72. Heart disease could be tied to dementia for older women
  73. New York Times, Guardian call for Snowden clemency - AFP
  74. Rob Ford, promising 'Ford more years,' registers to run for reelection - Toronto Star
  75. 5 Killed in Blast in South Beirut - ABC News
  76. Heavy snow, frigid temps bear down on Northeast - USA TODAY
  77. At Least 3 Minnesota Fire Victims Remain Critical
  78. Fans Are Up For 'Downton Abbey' Starting Season 4
  79. Average US Rate On 30-Year Loan At 4.53 Pct.
  80. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  81. US Manufacturing Expands At Solid Pace In December
  82. Ex-Israeli PM Sharon in critical condition - USA TODAY
  83. De Blasio Sworn In by Clinton Pledges to Focus on NYC Wealth Gap - San Francisco Chronicle
  84. All passengers rescued from icebound Antarctic ship - Times of India
  85. NYT Wants Clemency For 'Whistle-Blower' Snowden - TIME
  86. Bayer executive sees benefits of R&D changes as early as 2016
  87. US Northeast Storm Threatens Blizzard Conditions, Travel Snarl - Businessweek
  88. BRIEF-PhotoMedex shares up 9.6 percent in premarket trade after raising Q4 revenue guidance
  89. Bayer executive sees benefits of R&D changes as early as 2016
  90. Doctors Shut Down Most Services At Bangui Camp
  91. Futures Under Pressure To Start 2014
  92. Weekly US Unemployment Benefit Claims Fall To 339K
  93. Jobless Claims Were Nearly Unchanged Last Week
  94. Connect the dots: infant mortality, graft and elephant poaching
  95. Fiat Stock Soars After Deal For Rest Of Chrysler
  96. Day 9: Ophira Eisenberg, The 1980s Girl Guide
  97. Kerry Arrives in Israel to Push Peace Talks - Voice of America
  98. Clemency for Edward Snowden Would Not Set a Dangerous Precedent - The Atlantic
  99. All 52 passengers rescued from ship trapped in Antarctic ice - CNN
  100. Blizzard, sub-zero wind chills and foot of snow ready to hit Northeast - CNN
  101. Former Israeli PM Sharon in critical condition - Washington Post
  102. Marijuana legalization: Long lines on first day of Colorado legal pot sales - Christian Science Monitor
  103. Top Stories: Northeast Winter Blast; Antarctic Expedition
  104. 1st Big Winter Storm Bears Down On Northeast US
  105. KCRW Presents: Novalima
  106. Back-to-form McIlroy targets two major wins in 2014
  107. FDA lifts hold on studies testing Cell Therapeutics' cancer drug
  108. 'A real mess': Up to 100 million face mammoth winter storm - NBCNews.com
  109. Officials: Effort to rescue research crew aboard Antarctica ship stalls - CNN
  110. Hospital: Former Israeli PM Sharon is critical - MiamiHerald.com
  111. Kerry in Israel for new round of Mideast talks - Washington Post
  112. At least one killed, 12 injured in double car bomb attack in Somalia - CNN
  113. NYC Mayoral Inauguration for Bill de Blasio - New York Daily News
  114. Dubai Organizers Sorry For New Year's Eve Mess
  115. Egypt Sets Jan. 28 For Ousted Morsi's 3rd Trial
  116. NY Bathers Splash Into New Year With Ocean Swim
  117. Ethiopia Mediates S Sudan Conflict Amid Fighting
  118. Israel official: Jordan Valley must remain border - Kansas City Star
  119. DIARY - U.S. Company Conference Calls/Webcast for week ahead
  120. Musharraf Is Taken From Court to Pakistani Military Hospital - New York Times
  121. Plenty of Reminders of Populism's Limits - New York Times
  122. Winter storm warning, blizzard warning south coast - Boston.com
  123. DIARY-NON S&P WEEK AHEAD
  124. Bus Plunges Into Gorge In India, Killing 30 People
  125. Relapse of "cured" HIV patients spurs AIDS science on
  126. Opposition: Ex-Rwandan Intelligence Chief Killed
  127. Michigan St Beats Stanford 24-20 In Rose Bowl
  128. Relapse of 'cured' HIV patients spurs AIDS science on
  129. S.Korea's Celltrion in talks for stake sale
  130. Most clinical studies on vitamins flawed by poor methodology
  131. Helicopter Rescues Passengers From Ship Trapped in Antarctic Ice - New York Times
  132. De Blasio takes formal oath at City Hall - Philly.com
  133. First legal weed sales bring long lines in Colorado - Boston.com
  134. Beloved Catholic priest found slain in California church rectory - CNN
  135. Sharon is suffering multiple organ failure, Prof. Zeev Rotstein says. - Haaretz
  136. Hospital: Former Israeli PM Sharon Is Critical
  137. ENTER TITLE
  138. 'Good Behavior' More Than A Game To Health Care Plan
  139. Punishing Inmates With 'The Loaf' Persists In The U.S.
  140. Egypt: Revolution, Turmoil Impact On Pop Culture
  141. Cyprotex expands cosmetics testing offer with CeeTox deal
  142. Teva Pharm to name Erez Vigodman as CEO this month -report
  143. Health Overhaul Benefits Take Effect With New Year
  144. Legal weed sales bring long lines to Colorado - Businessweek
  145. Health overhaul benefits take effect with new year - Washington Post
  146. Chaplain compares New York City to 'plantation' at Mayor de Blasio's inauguration - New York Daily News
  147. Residents brace for winter storm that may bring up to a foot of snow in Northeast - Fox News
  148. BRIEF-North China Pharma gets regulatory approval to issue up to 252.2 mln new shares
  149. Kerry launches 2014 with bid for Middle East peace - The Nation
  150. Pakistan's Musharraf Taken To Hospital, Not Court
  151. Knights Knock Off Bears 52-42 In Fiesta Bowl
  152. Sharapova survives scare, to meet Serena in Brisbane semis
  153. Texas-Sized Cloud Hangs Over BCS Title Game
  154. Poll: Americans Have Little Faith In Government
  155. Hungary, Factors to watch, Jan 2
  156. Rescue Begins For Icebound Ship In Antarctica
  157. Legal weed sales bring long lines to Colorado - Houston Chronicle
  158. 2014's first big storm bears down on northeast US - Washington Post
  159. Israel raids on West Bank homes condemned - Aljazeera.com
  160. Rescue underway for icebound ship in Antarctica - USA TODAY
  161. Democrats, labor leaders treated as VIPs at Mayor de Blasio's inauguration - New York Daily News
  162. Health overhaul benefits take effect with new year - San Francisco Chronicle
  163. At Spirit On Lake, Gay Seniors Find Safe Haven
  164. Oil Prices Start Year With Rise On Demand Hopes
  165. Knights Knock Off Bears 52-42 In Fiesta Bowl
  166. Rose Bowl: Stanford Cardinal burned by Michigan State's big plays - San Jose Mercury News
  167. Hamill: Mayor de Blasio must get to work for poor, struggling middle class - New York Daily News
  168. 1st snowstorm of '14 descends on US - Youngstown Vindicator
  169. Palestinian ambassador to the Czech Republic dies following explosion at home - Mirror.co.uk
  170. Legal retail marijuana sales begin in Colorado - USA TODAY
  171. Texting, Dialing While Driving Raises Crash Risk
  172. Griffin, Dudley Lead Clippers Over Bobcats, 112-85
  173. Palestinian ambassador in Prague killed in blast - Khaleej Times
  174. Deadly car bombs hit Mogadishu hotel - The Guardian Nigeria
  175. Religion enters ObamaCare debate as Sotomayor halts mandate for group of nuns - Fox News
  176. De Blasio Sworn In by Clinton Pledges to Focus on NYC Wealth Gap - Bloomberg
  177. Long, mellow lines mark first day of Colorado pot sales - Los Angeles Times
  178. US Northeast Storm Threatens Heavy Snow, Winds, Travel Delays - Businessweek
  179. AP Sources: Smith Reaches Deal To Coach Tampa Bay
  180. Dantonio Says He Intends To Stay At Michigan State
  181. Portugal's Baby Bust Is A Stark Sign Of Hard Times
  182. Buyers line up for pot in Colorado - Washington Post
  183. With Clintons in His Corner, de Blasio Bolsters Ties to His Party's 'Gold Standard' - New York Times
  184. 1st snowstorm of 2014 descends on New England - The Recorder
  185. Michigan State holds off Stanford 24-20 in Rose Bowl - USA TODAY
  186. Somalia hotel bombing kills 10 - The Australian
  187. Ex-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's condition “life threatening” - euronews
  188. Colorado begins recreational pot experiment with first sales - Los Angeles Times
  189. Mogadishu hotel targeted by bombs, at least 11 killed - Reuters UK
  190. Lovie Smith finalizing deal to become Buccaneers coach - USA TODAY
  191. Sworn-in de Blasio pledges to take on 'tale of two cities' in NYC - CNN
  192. Blast in flat kills Palestinian envoy in Prague - Times of India
  193. Marketing Efforts To Uninsured Youth Ramp Up
  194. More Than 300 Sharks In Australia Are Now On Twitter
  195. Michigan St Beats Stanford 24-20 In Rose Bowl
  196. 10 Things To Know For Thursday
  197. INDONESIA PRESS- Kalbe Farma sees 2014 revenue up 15 pct - Kontan
  198. Sights From Colorado Pot Industry's Opening Day
  199. 52 Passengers Trapped In Antarctica To Be Rescued
  200. U.S. hoping experience can lift them to Sochi gold
  201. Winter Classic first salvo in NHL 'shock-and-awe' campaign
  202. 2 Kessels Named To US Olympic Hockey Teams
  203. Broken Axle Found At Scene Of ND Derailment
  204. 125th Rose Parade Hosts Its First Same-Sex Wedding
  205. 17-Year-Old Lehman Earns Another Olympic Race
  206. Maple Leafs and Red Wings open 2014 with Classic thriller
  207. 'Fresh Prince' Actor James Avery Dead At 68
  208. Juanita Moore, Oscar Nominated Actress, Dead At 99
  209. Panama Canal Contractors Warn May Halt Work
  210. 1st Snowstorm Of 2014 Descends On New England, NY
  211. Ryan Doesn't Make Cut For US Men's Hockey Team
  212. Trebling tobacco tax 'could prevent 200 million early deaths'
  213. Trebling tobacco tax 'could prevent 200 million early deaths'
  214. Distracted driving bigger problem for novice drivers
  215. No. 8 S. Carolina Too Much For No. 19 Badgers
  216. 2013 Ends With A Big Drop In Homicides In Chicago
  217. Chu headlines U.S. women's ice hockey team
  218. Wilmington, Del., Struggles With Outsized Murder Rate
  219. New York City's First New Mayor In 12 Years Is Sworn In
  220. After Three years, Six Injuries, $75 Million, 'Spiderman' Musical Ends
  221. New Year Brings New Insurance Rules, Health Coverage
  222. Brazil's Social Media Boom Sparks Calls For New Privacy Laws
  223. James Avery Of 'Fresh Prince' Fame Dead At 65
  224. Police: 2 Car Bombs Explode In Somali Capital
  225. Israeli Parliament Aims To Be World's Greenest
  226. Hospital: Ariel Sharon's Health Worsens
  227. NYC Mayor De Blasio Takes Formal Oath At City Hall
  228. Syrian Warplanes Bomb Hills Inside Lebanon
  229. AP's Martin Remembered As Mentor, Friend, Talent
  230. Arsenal leave it late to beat Cardiff
  231. Thief Carries 250-Pound Safe Out Of Mass. Eatery
  232. Analysis: Israel, Palestinians Face Hard Choices
  233. UPDATE 1-Doctors, hospitals expect some confusion as Obamacare plans start
  234. 13 Taken To Hospitals After Minneapolis Fire
  235. OSHA plans to slash silica workplace exposure limits
  236. GOP, Dems Try To Repackage Arguments For 2014
  237. Nurses, Family Bond Online As Iranian Dies In US
  238. Schumacher Stable But Brain Injury Still Critical
  239. Tummy Beer, Coffee Maker Cooking And Mini-Fasts: 2013's Most Read
  240. Colorado Recreational Pot Market Opens For Business
  241. Women may skip radiation therapy over child care concerns
  242. City show title form to see off Swansea
  243. Murray Beaten By Mayer At Qatar Open
  244. Poll: Israelis, Palestinians Back Two-State Deal
  245. UN: Iraq Sees Highest Annual Death Toll In Years
  246. Li Na Advances To Shenzhen Open Quarterfinals
  247. Palestinian Ambassador Injured In Apartment Blast
  248. Cardiff set to appoint Solskjaer: media reports
  249. Ferrari will keep Raikkonen busy
  250. Refreshed Federer makes encouraging start to year