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  1. That Cell-Phone Cancer Study isn't Quite As Scary as it Seems - Fortune
  2. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  3. With Memorial Day and summer travel coming up, it's time to get serious about Zika - Sharonherald
  4. MI Health Officials Urge Residents To Avoid Mosquitoes - News/Talk 94.9 WSJM
  5. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  6. That Cell-Phone Cancer Study isn't Quite As Scary as it Seems - Fortune
  7. Answers to tough questions about antibiotics, superbugs - The Seattle Times
  8. The brain of schizophrenia patients attempts to repair itself - Pulse Headlines
  9. Police hunt for active shooter after 2 killed, 1 wounded in Houston - Fox News
  10. Judge orders release of documents tied to Trump University lawsuit - Fox News
  11. Rubio apologizes for 'below the belt' remarks about Trump - New York Daily News
  12. Feinstein on Clinton Secret Server: "Enough Is Enough," All She Wanted Was A "Private Life" - RealClearPolitics
  13. Libertarians See Chance Amid Discontent Over Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton - New York Times
  14. 700+ migrants missing or feared dead in Mediterranean shipwrecks, UN says - CNN
  15. Cincinnati mourns gorilla killed to save boy - USA TODAY
  16. Hillary Clinton Struggles to Find Footing in Unusual Race - New York Times
  17. Boeing mulls larger engine for biggest 737 MAX-sources
  18. Penguins and Sharks meet, finally, in Stanley Cup Finals
  19. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  20. With Memorial Day and summer travel coming up, it's time to get serious about Zika - Sharonherald
  21. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  22. Mosquitoes? Beaches? Family Stress? How To Have A Safe And Healthy Memorial Day Weekend - Rhode Island Public Radio
  23. “It actually has me concerned, and I'm an expert”: Major cell phone radiation study reignites cancer debate - Salon
  24. Judge orders release of documents tied to Trump University lawsuit - Fox News
  25. New Incentives Needed to Develop Antibiotics to Fight Superbugs - Fortune
  26. Researchers notice self repair clues in Schizophrenia patients brain - NH Voice
  27. Tech Titans Raise Their Guard, Pushing Back Against News Media - New York Times
  28. Mexico international Pulido kidnapped - ESPN FC
  29. NBA player's shooting death may have been simple mistake - CBS News
  30. Former GOP presidential contender Marco Rubio ready to help Donald Trump - Washington Times
  31. More Than 700 Migrants Feared Dead In Three Separate Mediterranean Shipwrecks - NPR
  32. Cincinnati mourns gorilla killed to save boy - USA TODAY
  33. Sanders: Americans, superdelegates must 'take a hard look' at IG report on Clinton emails - Fox News
  34. Britain's Wood wins BMW PGA Championship
  35. McEnroe's vision can help Raonic to see the light on grass
  36. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  37. With Memorial Day and summer travel coming up, it's time to get serious about Zika - Sharonherald
  38. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  39. Beth Israel, a Hospital That Once Took Everyone, Will Take Far Fewer - New York Times
  40. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  41. Why Memorial Day is different from Veterans Day - Washington Post
  42. New incentives needed to develop antibiotics to fight superbugs - Reuters
  43. Beth Israel, a Hospital That Once Took Everyone, Will Take Far Fewer - New York Times
  44. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  45. Researchers notice self repair clues in Schizophrenia patients brain - NH Voice
  46. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  47. Tropical Depression Bonnie Heads Towards Carolinas as Deadly Flooding Overwhelms Texas - NBCNews.com
  48. Former GOP presidential contender Marco Rubio ready to help Donald Trump - Washington Times
  49. With Memorial Day and summer travel coming up, it's time to get serious about Zika - Sharonherald
  50. Judge orders release of documents tied to Trump University lawsuit - Fox News
  51. More than 700 migrants missing or feared dead in Mediterranean shipwrecks, UN says - CNN
  52. Clinton's ace in the hole: Obama - The Hill
  53. Cincinnati mourns gorilla killed to save boy - USA TODAY
  54. Nibali wins second Giro d'Italia title
  55. “It actually has me concerned, and I'm an expert”: Major cell phone radiation study reignites cancer debate - Salon
  56. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  57. “It actually has me concerned, and I'm an expert”: Major cell phone radiation study reignites cancer debate - Salon
  58. Hamilton wins Monaco showcase
  59. Cincinnati mourns gorilla killed to save boy - USA TODAY
  60. Sanders fails to oust Clinton backers from convention roles - Philly.com
  61. Europe|More Than 700 Feared Dead in Recent Mediterranean Crossings - New York Times
  62. Marco Rubio's account has been on fire since he started tweeting again - Business Insider
  63. Tropical Storm Bonnie weakens to tropical depression as it approaches Ga., Carolina coasts - Washington Post
  64. Trump 'University:' Judge Orders Release Of Internal Documents To Know More About Trump's Failed Business - International Business Times
  65. Hillary Clinton Struggles to Find Footing in Unusual Race - New York Times
  66. Child in critical condition after Paris lightning strike - Charlotte Observer
  67. Researchers notice self repair clues in Schizophrenia patients brain - NH Voice
  68. Answers to tough questions about antibiotics, superbugs - The Seattle Times
  69. Fight against Zika virus reaches Anne Arundel - CapitalGazette.com
  70. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  71. Beth Israel, a Hospital That Once Took Everyone, Will Take Far Fewer - New York Times
  72. “It actually has me concerned, and I'm an expert”: Major cell phone radiation study reignites cancer debate - Salon
  73. Scientists make massive schizophrenia breakthrough - Morning Ticker
  74. Answers to tough questions about antibiotics, superbugs - The Seattle Times
  75. What You Don't Know About Sunscreen - But Should - Patch.com
  76. Marco Rubio's account has been on fire since he started tweeting again - Business Insider
  77. Deadly European lightning storms to continue for another three days before coming to UK - The Independent
  78. Surge of migrant sailings has Italy scrambling to house thousands of new arrivals - Los Angeles Times
  79. Donald Trump tells California, 'There is no drought' - New York Daily News
  80. Judge Orders Release of Documents in Trump University Suit - NBCNews.com
  81. Tropical Storm Bonnie weakens to tropical depression as it approaches Ga., Carolina coasts - Washington Post
  82. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  83. Gorilla killed after 4-year-old falls into zoo enclosure - Knoxville News Sentinel
  84. Wentworth going back to original design, says tour chief
  85. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  86. Tourists warned to 'think twice' about visiting Disney World over Zika scare - RT
  87. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  88. Beth Israel, a Hospital That Once Took Everyone, Will Take Far Fewer - New York Times
  89. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  90. Answers to tough questions about antibiotics, superbugs - The Seattle Times
  91. Tropical Storm Bonnie drenching South Carolina coast, to menace the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic through Memorial Day - Washington Post
  92. What You Don't Know About Sunscreen - But Should - Patch.com
  93. Surge of migrant sailings has Italy scrambling to house thousands of new arrivals - Los Angeles Times
  94. Judge bashed by Trump orders release of company records - Washington Post
  95. US-led coalition troops seen near front line in new Iraq offensive - Reuters
  96. Child still critical after lightning hits 11 in Paris park - The Denver Post
  97. Donald Trump Tells Drought-Plagued Californians: 'There Is No Drought' - Huffington Post
  98. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  99. Cincinnati zoo kills gorilla to save child who slipped into enclosure - CNN
  100. New incentives needed to develop antibiotics to fight superbugs
  101. Aggressive Muguruza downs Kuznetsova to reach Paris last eight
  102. New incentives needed to develop antibiotics to fight superbugs
  103. “It actually has me concerned, and I'm an expert”: Major cell phone radiation study reignites cancer debate - Salon
  104. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  105. UN health agency rejects Rio Olympics postponement call over Zika - USA TODAY
  106. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  107. Beth Israel, a Hospital That Once Took Everyone, Will Take Far Fewer - New York Times
  108. 8 more cases of measles confirmed in Arizona - azcentral.com
  109. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  110. World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics - NPR
  111. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  112. What You Don't Know About Sunscreen - But Should - Patch.com
  113. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  114. Tropical Storm Bonnie drenching South Carolina coast, to menace the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic through Memorial Day - Washington Post
  115. Russian President Vladimir Putin warns he'll retaliate against NATO missiles - CNN
  116. UN: 700 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean shipwrecks - USA TODAY
  117. Donald Trump Tells Drought-Plagued Californians: 'There Is No Drought' - Huffington Post
  118. Cincinnati zoo kills gorilla to save child who slipped into enclosure - CNN
  119. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  120. Beth Israel, a Hospital That Once Took Everyone, Will Take Far Fewer - New York Times
  121. California lawmakers quickly pass emergency HIV-organ transplant bill - Fox News
  122. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  123. Lightning strikes in Europe: One killed and many injured - BBC News
  124. World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics - NPR
  125. Red Bull, Toro Rosso to use Renault engines in 2017-18
  126. Portion-controlled ready meals may encourage greater weight loss
  127. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  128. Cincinnati zoo kills gorilla to save child who slipped into enclosure - CNN
  129. What You Don't Know About Sunscreen - But Should - Patch.com
  130. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  131. Bernie Sanders Calls for Removal of 2 Democratic Convention Leaders - TIME
  132. Tropical Storm Bonnie Forms Off Carolinas as Deadly Flooding Overwhelms Texas - NBCNews.com
  133. Child still critical after lightning hits 11 in Paris park - The Denver Post
  134. NBA guard killed after mistakenly entering stranger's apartment - New York Post
  135. Putin visits Russian Orthodox monastic community in Greece - Washington Post
  136. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  137. California lawmakers quickly pass emergency HIV-organ transplant bill - Fox News
  138. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  139. 8 more cases of measles confirmed in Arizona - azcentral.com
  140. How legal marijuana keeps running into censorship issues - The Cannabist
  141. Donald Trump Tells Drought-Plagued Californians: 'There Is No Drought' - Huffington Post
  142. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  143. Curry keen to avoid another Game Seven letdown
  144. Cincinnati zoo kills gorilla to save child who slipped into enclosure - CNN
  145. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  146. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  147. In campaign chaos, Donald Trump shows his management style - Washington Post
  148. The Latest: Tropical storm forms off South Carolina's coast - The Daily Progress
  149. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  150. 11 hurt as lightning strikes Paris park - The Boston Globe
  151. In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons - Washington Post
  152. Are you applying sunscreen the right way? - CT Post
  153. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  154. What You Need to Know About the Cellphone and Cancer Study - NBCNews.com
  155. World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics - NPR
  156. California lawmakers quickly pass emergency HIV-organ transplant bill - Fox News
  157. 8 more cases of measles confirmed in Arizona - azcentral.com
  158. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  159. Children fight to live after lightning hits 11 in Paris park - Fox News
  160. Are you applying sunscreen the right way? - CT Post
  161. With drug-resistant 'superbug' in the country, hospitals are on alert - Concord Monitor
  162. Amid frozen-food recall, more than 300 laid off at Pasco plant - The Seattle Times
  163. California lawmakers quickly pass emergency HIV-organ transplant bill - Fox News
  164. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  165. How Zika Infects The Placenta - Science 2.0
  166. Iraqi Sunni politicians reject visit by Iran's Soleimani to Falluja - Business Insider
  167. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  168. World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics - NPR
  169. In campaign chaos, Donald Trump shows his management style - Washington Post
  170. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  171. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  172. Toddler falls into gorilla cage at Cincinnati Zoo - New York Daily News
  173. Rapids slowed down by late Union equalizer in MLS clash
  174. What You Need to Know About the Cellphone and Cancer Study - NBCNews.com
  175. New Rat Study Ignites Debate Over Link Between Cell Phone Use And Cancer - Tech Times
  176. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  177. NBA-Thompson, Warriors shock Thunder, force Game 7
  178. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  179. Toddler falls into gorilla cage at Cincinnati Zoo - New York Daily News
  180. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  181. In campaign chaos, Donald Trump shows his management style - Washington Post
  182. Warriors keep season alive, force Game 7 - USA TODAY
  183. Tropical Storm Bonnie Forms Off Carolinas as Deadly Flooding Overwhelms Texas - NBCNews.com
  184. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  185. In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons - Washington Post
  186. Are you applying sunscreen the right way? - The Advocate
  187. With drug-resistant 'superbug' in the country, hospitals are on alert - Concord Monitor
  188. More light on how Zika virus infects the placenta - The Hindu
  189. World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics - NPR
  190. FDA Approves New Arm Implant to Treat Opioid Dependence - Wall Street Journal
  191. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  192. New Rat Study Ignites Debate Over Link Between Cell Phone Use And Cancer - Tech Times
  193. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  194. Answers to tough questions about antibiotics, superbugs - The Seattle Times
  195. Are you applying sunscreen the right way? - The Advocate
  196. Lightning Injures Several People in France and Germany - New York Times
  197. Tropical Storm Bonnie Forms Off Carolinas as Deadly Flooding Overwhelms Texas - NBCNews.com
  198. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  199. Jonah Goldberg: Clinton's style of deception more insidious than Trump's - Memphis Commercial Appeal
  200. Cincinnati Zoo kills gorilla to protect small child in enclosure - Fox News
  201. In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons - Washington Post
  202. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  203. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  204. U.S., Peru, Mexico warm up for Centenary Copa with wins
  205. More light on how Zika virus infects the placenta - The Hindu
  206. Americas|WHO Dismisses Call to Move Olympics Over Zika Virus in Brazil - New York Times
  207. FDA Approves New Arm Implant to Treat Opioid Dependence - Wall Street Journal
  208. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  209. More light on how Zika virus infects the placenta - The Hindu
  210. Does Hillary Clinton Still Believe? - The New Yorker
  211. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  212. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  213. Trump asks why Obama didn't mention Pearl Harbor during Japan trip - CNN
  214. Cincinnati zoo kills gorilla to save child who slipped into enclosure - CNN
  215. Tropical Storm Bonnie Forms Off Carolinas as Deadly Flooding Overwhelms Texas - NBCNews.com
  216. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  217. Children fight to live after lightning hits 11 in Paris park - Fox News
  218. Are you applying sunscreen the right way? - CT Post
  219. Answers to tough questions about antibiotics, superbugs - The Seattle Times
  220. Brains Of Schizophrenia Patients Attempt To Self-Repair, MRI Scans Reveal - Tech Times
  221. New Rat Study Ignites Debate Over Link Between Cell Phone Use And Cancer - Tech Times
  222. World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics - NPR
  223. FDA approves implant for addiction treatment - Worcester Telegram
  224. 8 more cases of measles confirmed in Arizona - azcentral.com
  225. Are Gary Johnson, Bill Weld too "Republican-lite" to win Libertarian nomination? - CBS News
  226. Are you applying sunscreen the right way? - The Advocate
  227. Ways women can cut their risk of breast cancer - CBS News
  228. FDA approves implant for addiction treatment - Worcester Telegram
  229. Short Answers to Hard Questions About Antibiotic Resistance - New York Times
  230. More light on how Zika virus infects the placenta - The Hindu
  231. What You Need to Know About the Cellphone and Cancer Study - NBCNews.com
  232. 'It's crushing': World War II-era plane crashes into the Hudson River, killing pilot - Washington Post
  233. Tropical Storm Bonnie drenching South Carolina coast, to menace the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic through Memorial Day - Washington Post
  234. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  235. World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics - NPR
  236. Judge directs internal Trump University documents to be released - CNN
  237. Stasi: After latest email disaster, time for Clinton to drop out - New York Daily News
  238. In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons - Washington Post
  239. Spieth leads by one stroke after three rounds at Colonial
  240. Harrison stuns in women's hurdles as Gatlin wins 100m
  241. Study: MRI scans prove schizophrenic brains attempt self-repair - UPI.com
  242. Zika data point to sexual transmission in women - CIDRAP
  243. What You Need to Know About the Cellphone and Cancer Study - NBCNews.com
  244. Sanders tries to get Clinton 'aggressive attack surrogates' off key campaign committees - Fox News
  245. Judge bashed by Trump orders release of company records - Washington Post
  246. In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons - Washington Post
  247. Hillary Clinton Struggles to Find Footing in Unusual Race - New York Times
  248. Gorilla shot dead after 4-year-old boy gets into enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo - WLWT Cincinnati
  249. Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment - ESPN
  250. Children fight to live after lightning hits 11 in Paris park - Fox News