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  1. In Pennsylvania, delegates may have the power to swing GOP presidential race - Washington Post
  2. At least 8 family members shot dead 'execution style' in bloodbath at rural Ohio home; killer still on the loose - New York Daily News
  3. Flyers still alive with Game Five win over Caps
  4. Boston breathe new life into series with Game 3 win
  5. Employers Urged to Prevent Zika Infections at Work - New York Times
  6. New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients - New York Times
  7. Twitter Forces Cheerios To Delete Prince Tribute -- Despite Arguably Being The Least Offensive Tweet Of All Time... - PerezHilton.com
  8. Deer ticks population raises in Minnesota - Pulse Headlines
  9. Rain can't stop survivors' thanks - The Times and Democrat
  10. Earliest Sign Of Alzheimer's Disease: Problems Finding Your Way Around - Eurasia Review
  11. Common medicines tied to changes in the brain - Reuters
  12. More than 500 pounds of explosives stolen from train - CBS News
  13. At UN, 175 nations sign landmark Paris accord on global warming - Los Angeles Times
  14. On this issue, Donald Trump knows a lot more than other Republicans. Sad! - Washington Post
  15. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  16. Employers Urged to Prevent Zika Infections at Work - New York Times
  17. Tip your Uber driver - TechCrunch
  18. Obama Warns Britain on Trade if It Leaves European Union - New York Times
  19. In Pennsylvania, delegates may have the power to swing GOP presidential race - Washington Post
  20. Value of Prince's $300-million estate is expected to soar in coming years - Los Angeles Times
  21. 8 relatives shot in head in Ohio as 3 children survive; killer thought to be loose - Chicago Tribune
  22. UFC 200 goes ahead without McGregor, says White
  23. Cavs take 3-0 lead over Pistons
  24. DEA gives approval to Colorado-funded study on marijuana and PTSD - The Denver Post
  25. New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients - New York Times
  26. Here's why you don't sleep well in a new place - CNN
  27. Deer ticks population raises in Minnesota - Pulse Headlines
  28. The Shake: Kosher Cannabis for Passover, and the Lucas Bros Do a Dowd - Leafly
  29. Twitter Forces Cheerios To Delete Prince Tribute -- Despite Arguably Being The Least Offensive Tweet Of All Time... - PerezHilton.com
  30. DEA gives approval to Colorado-funded study on marijuana and PTSD - The Denver Post
  31. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  32. How did Prince die? Autopsy seeks answers - CNN
  33. 3 kids survive slaying of 8 family members in Ohio - CNN
  34. Employers Urged to Prevent Zika Infections at Work - New York Times
  35. In Pennsylvania, delegates may have the power to swing GOP presidential race - Washington Post
  36. Obama Warns Britain on Trade if It Leaves European Union - New York Times
  37. Tip your Uber driver - TechCrunch
  38. At UN, 175 nations sign landmark Paris accord on global warming - Los Angeles Times
  39. Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons - New York Times
  40. Face Time With Queen, Princes Completes Obama's Royal Visit - ABC News
  41. New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients - New York Times
  42. Here's why you don't sleep well in a new place - CNN
  43. Twitter Forces Cheerios To Delete Prince Tribute -- Despite Arguably Being The Least Offensive Tweet Of All Time... - PerezHilton.com
  44. Passover, most beloved Jewish holiday, explained - USA TODAY
  45. Deer ticks population raises in Minnesota - Pulse Headlines
  46. DEA gives approval to Colorado-funded study on marijuana and PTSD - The Denver Post
  47. USMNT to play in Puerto Rico; should Zika virus be a concern? - NBCSports.com
  48. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  49. At UN, 175 nations sign landmark Paris accord on global warming - Los Angeles Times
  50. The prominent people who still support Dennis Hastert - Washington Post
  51. Tip your Uber driver - TechCrunch
  52. Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons - New York Times
  53. The desperate scramble for Bernie's secret weapon - Politico
  54. Obama Warns Britain on Trade if It Leaves European Union - New York Times
  55. 3 kids survive slaying of 8 family members in Ohio - CNN
  56. Music|Clues to the Mystery of Prince's Final Days - New York Times
  57. When You Sleep Somewhere New, A 'Lookout' Brain Region Stays Awake - Huffington Post
  58. Twitter Forces Cheerios To Delete Prince Tribute -- Despite Arguably Being The Least Offensive Tweet Of All Time... - PerezHilton.com
  59. The Shake: Kosher Cannabis for Passover, and the Lucas Bros Do a Dowd - Leafly
  60. Stem cells, toxic proteins being studied to slow Alzheimer's - Miami Herald
  61. Common medicines tied to changes in the brain - Reuters
  62. DEA gives approval to Colorado-funded study on marijuana and PTSD - The Denver Post
  63. USMNT to play in Puerto Rico; should Zika virus be a concern? - NBCSports.com
  64. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  65. The desperate scramble for Bernie's secret weapon - Politico
  66. At UN, 175 nations sign landmark Paris accord on global warming - Los Angeles Times
  67. The prominent people who still support Dennis Hastert - Washington Post
  68. Tip your Uber driver - TechCrunch
  69. Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons - New York Times
  70. Obama Warns Britain on Trade if It Leaves European Union - New York Times
  71. 3 kids survive slaying of 8 family members in Ohio - CNN
  72. Music|Clues to the Mystery of Prince's Final Days - New York Times
  73. When You Sleep Somewhere New, A 'Lookout' Brain Region Stays Awake - Huffington Post
  74. Twitter Forces Cheerios To Delete Prince Tribute -- Despite Arguably Being The Least Offensive Tweet Of All Time... - PerezHilton.com
  75. The Shake: Kosher Cannabis for Passover, and the Lucas Bros Do a Dowd - Leafly
  76. Stem cells, toxic proteins being studied to slow Alzheimer's - Miami Herald
  77. Common medicines tied to changes in the brain - Reuters
  78. Trump bashes Clinton, promises not to become boring - Reuters
  79. On this issue, Donald Trump knows a lot more than other Republicans. Sad! - Washington Post
  80. Tip your Uber driver - TechCrunch
  81. Kate Middleton & Prince William Host the Obamas at Kensington Palace: Take a Look Inside - E! Online
  82. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  83. The Upshot|The Voting Effect of Virginia's Move on Felons? Small but Potentially Decisive - New York Times
  84. Obama, Cameron and the Day of the 'Remains' - Wall Street Journal
  85. 3 kids survive slaying of 8 family members in Ohio - CNN
  86. No reason to believe Prince's death was a suicide, sheriff says after autopsy - Los Angeles Times
  87. Moving Promising Tools and Technologies Toward the Marketplace
  88. BRIEF-Intellia Therapeutics appoints Perry Karsen as chairman of board
  89. Valeant gets additional notices of default from bondholders
  90. Steele moves three ahead at weather-hit Texas Open
  91. Who will Zika virus be an occupational hazard for? - CBS News
  92. The DEA Just Approved a Way to Smoke Marijuana Legally for the First Time - Fortune
  93. When You Sleep Somewhere New, A 'Lookout' Brain Region Stays Awake - Huffington Post
  94. Twitter Forces Cheerios To Delete Prince Tribute -- Despite Arguably Being The Least Offensive Tweet Of All Time... - PerezHilton.com
  95. Vanderbilt selected to participate in major autism study - The Tennessean
  96. New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients - New York Times
  97. Stem cells, toxic proteins being studied to slow Alzheimer's - Miami Herald
  98. Death of Prince, Day 2: 'No obvious signs of trauma,' suicide unlikely - USA TODAY
  99. 3 kids survive slaying of 8 family members in Ohio - CNN
  100. Obama Warns Britain on Trade if It Leaves European Union - New York Times
  101. The Upshot|The Voting Effect of Virginia's Move on Felons? Small but Potentially Decisive - New York Times
  102. Some GOP elites aren't quite convinced by Trump charm offensive - Washington Post
  103. Uber drivers have mixed reactions to $100 million settlement - Los Angeles Times
  104. BRIEF-MYOS reports positive results from Fortetropin clinical study
  105. REFILE-China to ratify Paris climate change deal by September: envoy
  106. BRIEF-Unitedhealth Group CEO 2015 total compensation $14.5 mln
  107. BRIEF-Mettrum files preliminary short form prospectus for $7.5 mln bought deal offering of common shares
  108. BRIEF-Natus Medical says CEO James Hawkins FY 2015 total compensation $4.5 mln vs $3.8 mln in FY 2014
  109. Blue Jays' Colabello banned 80 games for doping
  110. Chronic conditions tied to low wellbeing in childhood cancer survivors
  111. U.S. probes toy jewelry kits linked to high lead levels
  112. Norwegian Christian Family Says Report of Parents Reunited With Children Is False
  113. Prince George Stays Up to Meet the Obamas at Kensington Palace Dinner - ABC News
  114. Obama: North Carolina, Mississippi laws limiting LGBT protections are 'wrong' and 'should be overturned' - Washington Post
  115. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  116. Tips to reduce exposure to ticks - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  117. Stem cells, toxic proteins being studied to slow Alzheimer's - Miami Herald
  118. DEA gives approval to Colorado-funded study on marijuana and PTSD - The Denver Post
  119. When You Sleep Somewhere New, A 'Lookout' Brain Region Stays Awake - Huffington Post
  120. Twitter Forces Cheerios To Delete Prince Tribute — Despite Arguably Being The Least Offensive Tweet Of All Time… - PerezHilton.com
  121. Butt out: Smoking now banned in East Bay regional parks - Paradise Post
  122. Businesses Should Be Mindful of Zika Danger to Workers, CDC Says - Philly.com
  123. Obama: North Carolina, Mississippi laws limiting LGBT protections are 'wrong' and 'should be overturned' - Washington Post
  124. Texas man encounters tiger on the loose, says she 'started licking me on the face' - Washington Post
  125. After Uber's Lawsuit Settlements, What's Next For Drivers - ABC News
  126. Stop Trump movement goes to work on GOP leaders - Politico
  127. The Upshot|The Voting Effect of Virginia's Move on Felons? Small but Potentially Decisive - New York Times
  128. Speculation mounts over Tiger's possible PGA Tour return
  129. The death of Prince: What we know, Day 2 - USA TODAY
  130. Obama Warns Britain on Trade if It Leaves European Union - New York Times
  131. Relatives killed 'execution-style' in Ohio, investigators say; at least 8 dead - Fox News
  132. U.S. FAA orders fix for GE engines on up to 150 Boeing 787 jets
  133. Sedentary time tied to coronary artery calcium
  134. More evidence links heartburn drugs to serious kidney problems
  135. School for Enslaved Children in Pakistan Named After Boy Martyr Who Rescued Thousands From Bonded Labor
  136. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  137. Second pregnant woman from Missouri has Zika virus - STLtoday.com
  138. Hepatitis C linked to higher risk of head and neck cancers - Reuters
  139. Is It Okay For Brands To Tweet About A Celebrity's Death? - CBS Local
  140. When You Sleep Somewhere New, A 'Lookout' Brain Region Stays Awake - Huffington Post
  141. UPDATE 1-US FDA proposes ban on certain electrical stimulation devices - Reuters
  142. New York hospital reaches $2.2M settlement over TV filming - Washington Post
  143. Experts launch largest-ever autism research study in US - Columbus Dispatch
  144. 5 Big Reveals From a Private Trump Campaign Briefing - ABC News
  145. Obama: North Carolina, Mississippi laws limiting LGBT protections are 'wrong' and 'should be overturned' - Washington Post
  146. US suicide rates up, especially among women, but down for black males - CNN
  147. Texas man encounters tiger on the loose, says she 'started licking me on the face' - Washington Post
  148. US suicide rates up, especially among women, but down for black males - CNN
  149. Obama Warns Britain on EU 'Brexit' Vote: 'No Man Is an Island' - NBCNews.com
  150. Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons - New York Times
  151. The death of Prince: What we know, Day 2 - USA TODAY
  152. Relatives killed 'execution-style' in Ohio, investigators say; at least 8 dead - Fox News
  153. BRIEF-FDA accepts Lundbeck resubmission of NDA for Carnexiv
  154. U.S. agencies issues rules to protect workers from Zika
  155. Diagnostics company Alere hit with securities fraud class action
  156. FDA proposes ban on 'shock' device used to curb self-harm - UPI.com
  157. Cheerios removes Prince tweet - CNET
  158. When You Sleep Somewhere New, A 'Lookout' Brain Region Stays Awake - Huffington Post
  159. N.C. Clinic Pays $750000 to Settle Alleged HIPAA Violations - Bloomberg BNA
  160. Experts launch largest-ever autism research study in US - Columbus Dispatch
  161. Hepatitis C linked to higher risk of head and neck cancers - Reuters
  162. MLB Players voice Zika fears for games scheduled in Puerto Rico - ESPN
  163. UPDATE 2-Zodiac shares surge on bid report but source says 'not on agenda'
  164. BRIEF-aap implantate posts 2015 EBITDA loss of 1.9 mln euros
  165. Challenges of infant nutrition research: a commentary
  166. Dietary intake, leisure time activities and obesity among adolescents in Western Sweden: a cross-sectional study
  167. Fructose alters hundreds of brain genes, which can lead to a wide range of diseases
  168. Why did Prince die? Autopsy Friday seeks answers - CNN
  169. Obama: European Union strengthens Britain - CNN
  170. At least 7 people, mostly children, reportedly shot to death in Ohio - Fox News
  171. BRIEF-Mainstreet Health Investments says agreements to acquire 13 Seniors Housing And Care Properties
  172. Disgruntled investors flex vote muscle on UK executive pay
  173. BRIEF-FDA staff sets voting questions for Sarepta advisory panel
  174. Oklahoma lawmakers approve bill to revoke licenses of abortion doctors
  175. U.S. agencies issues rules to protect workers from Zika
  176. Hepatitis C linked to higher risk of head and neck cancers
  177. FDA staff sets voting questions for Sarepta's muscle drug
  178. Steele one ahead after weather-hit first round in Texas
  179. Nadal sees off troublesome Fognini in Barcelona
  180. U.S. FDA staff sets voting questions for Sarepta's muscle drug
  181. Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to Felons - New York Times
  182. Trump tries to smooth things over with GOP insiders - CNN
  183. Travel|North Carolina and Mississippi See Tourist Backlash After LGBT Laws - New York Times
  184. Experts launch largest-ever autism research study in US - Columbus Dispatch
  185. Scientists search for the genes behind healthy aging - CBS News
  186. N.C. Clinic Pays $750000 to Settle Alleged HIPAA Violations - Bloomberg BNA
  187. MLB Players voice Zika fears for games scheduled in Puerto Rico - ESPN
  188. Why We Sleep Badly on Our First Night in a New Place - The Atlantic
  189. Cheerios removes Prince tweet - CNET
  190. Heavy pot use in teen years linked to shortened life - UPI.com
  191. US Suicide Rate Surges to a 30-Year High - New York Times
  192. How Uber's big settlement may make things worse for its drivers - Los Angeles Times
  193. Obama, on 2-Day Visit to Britain, Has Lunch With Queen Elizabeth II - New York Times
  194. BRIEF-Immunicum: Chinese Patent Office to grant patent relating to INTUVAX
  195. Can changes to your diet help you sleep better?
  196. A 7-year longitudinal trial of the safety and efficacy of a calcium supplement used to enhance bone mineral density
  197. Higher muscle mass associated with lower mortality risk in people with heart disease
  198. Notice: How Health Canada is managing safety updates when a serious health risk is identified under the Protecting Canadians from Unsafe Drugs Act (Vanessa’s Law)
  199. Why did Prince die? Autopsy Friday seeks answers - CNN
  200. London's mayor just rehashed the old Obama-Churchill-Kenya conspiracy theory - Washington Post
  201. Shooter reportedly on the loose after 7 killed in southern Ohio - Fox News
  202. BRIEF-Cipher Pharmaceuticals announces retirement of CFO Norm Evans
  203. Dividend recap deals return as junk bonds heat up
  204. BRIEF-Corelens to supply materials used for treatment of cataract
  205. ISIS Horror: 9-Y-O 'Raped by So Many Men She Died,' Teen Reveals
  206. UK Issues Travel Warning to U.S. States with Anti-LGBT Laws
  207. FDA proposes ban on certain electrical stimulation devices
  208. Does sex protect men against prostate cancer?
  209. UPDATE 1-U.S. FDA proposes ban on certain electrical stimulation devices
  210. CORRECTED-China to ratify Paris climate change deal by September: envoy
  211. BRIEF-Provectus Biopharmaceuticals says John Glass named interim CFO
  212. Virginia Governor Restoring Voting Rights to Felons - New York Times
  213. Awaiting Prince's autopsy results: Experts say flu, opioid use can be deadly combination - Fox News
  214. US suicide rates up, especially among women, but down for black males - CNN
  215. Experts launch largest-ever autism research study in US - Columbus Dispatch
  216. 2 Peoria kids hospitalized after carbon monoxide exposure - azcentral.com
  217. NYC Hospital To Pay $2.2 Million For Allowing Reality TV Show To Film Patients Without Consent - Tech Times
  218. Scientists search for the genes behind healthy aging - CBS News
  219. Cheerios removes Prince tweet - CNET
  220. What Every Woman Needs to Know About Zika - TIME
  221. Why you feel groggy when you sleep away from home - CBS News
  222. US suicide rates up, especially among women, but down for black males - CNN
  223. Curt Schilling goes on social media bender days after being fired by ESPN - New York Daily News
  224. Brussels Airport suicide bomber identified as ISIS jailer in Syria - CNN
  225. BRIEF-Shinva Medical Instrument's share trade to halt from April 25 pending announcement
  226. Infant BMI is good predictor of obesity at age two
  227. Longitudinal trial of safety, efficacy of calcium supplement used to enhance bone mineral density
  228. Regulatory decision summary - MEKINIST
  229. The death of Prince: What we know, Day 2 - USA TODAY
  230. Obama Slammed as 'Perverse' by London Mayor over 'Brexit' - NBCNews.com
  231. Shooter reportedly on the loose after 7 killed at Ohio home - Fox News
  232. UPDATE 2-Interpublic's revenue beats on U.S. ad business strength
  233. BRIEF-Neuroderm says FDA removes import alert of some infusion pumps
  234. Mexico explores regulating opium to fight drug violence
  235. China to ratify Paris climate change deal by September: envoy
  236. BRIEF-Tasly Pharmaceutical's Q1 net profit down 19.8 pct
  237. GE expects key revenue measure to rise 5 percent in second half
  238. U.S. FDA proposes ban on certain electrical stimulation devices
  239. Refugee amputee swimmer a torch-bearer for Rio Games
  240. Integrity Unit says 48 match alerts received this year
  241. Golf's Olympic inclusion questioned after high-profile no shows
  242. Obama, on 2-Day Visit to Britain, Has Lunch With Queen Elizabeth II - New York Times
  243. US suicide rates up, especially among women, but down for black males - CNN
  244. NYC Hospital To Pay $2.2 Million For Allowing Reality TV Show To Film Patients Without Consent - Tech Times
  245. Experts launch largest-ever autism research study in US - Columbus Dispatch
  246. Scientists search for the genes behind healthy aging - CBS News
  247. Worried about Zika, Marlins and Pirates players question Puerto Rico games - Sun Sentinel
  248. Cheerios removes Prince tweet - CNET
  249. Childhood Cancer Survivors May Feel Middle-Aged As Young Adults - Headlines & Global News
  250. Why you feel groggy when you sleep away from home - CBS News