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  1. Brown signs California law boosting paid family-leave benefits - Los Angeles Times
  2. Paris and Brussels Attackers: Tale of Binding Ties - Voice of America
  3. School officer fired after video showed him body-slamming a 12-year-old girl - Washington Post
  4. 'Scarier than we initially thought': CDC sounds warning on Zika virus - USA TODAY
  5. Sean Payton rails against guns, calls New Orleans the 'Wild, Wild West' - CBSSports.com
  6. Smokers Less Likely to Get Hired and Earn Less: Study - NBCNews.com
  7. Michigan Finds 2 More Legionnaires' Deaths in Flint Area - ABC News
  8. Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us - The Atlantic
  9. Stanford study finds simple solution for scourge of foot blisters - SFGate
  10. Study Suggests Brain Damage in 40 Percent of Ex-NFL Players - Philly.com
  11. Marriage is good for cancer patients - Reuters
  12. 'Motherhood Penalty' Can Affect Women Who Never Even Have a Child - NBCNews.com
  13. School officer fired after video showed him body-slamming a 12-year-old girl - Washington Post
  14. Will President Obama Visit Hiroshima? - NPR
  15. Doctors say aspirin lowers heart attack risk for many adults
  16. Goldman Sachs to pay $5 billion in US Justice Dept mortgage bond pact - Reuters
  17. 'Scarier than we initially thought': CDC sounds warning on Zika virus - USA TODAY
  18. Marriage is good for cancer patients
  19. California Gov. Jerry Brown boosts paid family leave - McClatchy Washington Bureau
  20. GOP's California endgame - Politico
  21. UPDATE 4-CP Rail mulls buyback, dividend after dropping Norfolk bid -CEO
  22. BRIEF-Valeant Pharmaceuticals enter amendment, waiver to third amended,restated agreement
  23. BRIEF-Halyard Health Announces Agreement to Acquire CORPAK MedSystems
  24. BRIEF-Intellia therapeutics files for IPO of upto $120 Mln
  25. BRIEF-Lannett Announces Departure of President Michael Bogda
  26. BRIEF-Scynexis Inc says it terminated certain sales agreement with Cowen & Co
  27. BRIEF-Retrophin says it was advised that Thiola removed from FDA drug shortage list
  28. New federal aspirin recommendations include data analysis by HealthPartners - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  29. For smokers, finding a job is harder - Reuters
  30. Paris and Brussels Attackers: Tale of Binding Ties - Voice of America
  31. 'Scarier than we initially thought': CDC sounds warning on Zika virus - USA TODAY
  32. For smokers, finding a job is harder
  33. AbbVie (ABBV) Announces Receipt of Accelerated FDA Approval for Venclexta in CLL - StreetInsider.com
  34. How a family fought cancer together - CNN
  35. Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us - The Atlantic
  36. BRIEF-Vericel entered into agreement with Dohmen Life Science
  37. Michigan Finds 2 More Legionnaires' Deaths in Flint Area - ABC News
  38. Study suggests brain damage in 40 percent of ex-NFL players - UPI.com
  39. Dave Bossie: Trump 'Wanted to Run a Different Kind of Campaign' and 'That's Going to Come Back to Haunt Him' - Breitbart News
  40. Trump blasts 'rigged' rules on Republican delegates - Reuters
  41. Brown signs California law boosting paid family-leave benefits - Los Angeles Times
  42. School officer fired after video showed him body-slamming a 12-year-old girl - Washington Post
  43. The fall of Edward Lin, the Navy officer accused of espionage and patronizing a prostitute - Washington Post
  44. Dog Whisperer's Cesar Millan Cleared in Animal Cruelty Investigation - People Magazine
  45. Paris and Brussels Attackers: Tale of Binding Ties - Voice of America
  46. 'Motherhood Penalty' Can Affect Women Who Never Even Have a Child - NBCNews.com
  47. Study finds evidence of brain injury in living NFL veterans
  48. Study Reveals Absence of Neanderthal DNA on Y Chromosome of Modern Humans
  49. Legionnaires' death tally in Flint area rises by 2, to 12
  50. Mercedes expects extreme tire strategies in China
  51. Study finds evidence of brain injury in living NFL veterans
  52. Iovu competes for third nation and claims gold
  53. Can Spieth rebound from agony of Masters meltdown?
  54. Study finds evidence of brain injury in living NFL veterans
  55. UPDATE 1-U.S. officials warn Zika 'scarier' than initially thought
  56. BRIEF-Eastern Capital reports 37.9 pct stake in Ibio as of April 7
  57. Female Arab Journalist: Muslims Who Say Extremists 'Do Not Represent Islam' Are 'Hypocrites'
  58. Zika Virus Is Scary and We Need Money to Fight It, Officials Say - NBCNews.com
  59. Marriage may help fight cancer - CBS News
  60. Join the 1 percent and live a decade longer - Chicago Tribune
  61. Cigarette smoking could burn your job prospects - 10TV
  62. Paper tape may help prevent blisters for ultramarathoners - Fox News
  63. Venetoclax Approved in US for Certain CLL Patients - Medscape
  64. Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us - The Atlantic
  65. Study finds evidence of brain injury in living NFL veterans - Reuters
  66. 'Motherhood Penalty' Can Affect Women Who Never Even Have a Child - NBCNews.com
  67. Kerry makes 'gut-wrenching' visit to where US first dropped atomic bomb in Hiroshima - Washington Post
  68. Donald Trump: CIA director 'ridiculous' on waterboarding - USA TODAY
  69. The fall of Edward Lin, the Navy officer accused of espionage and patronizing a prostitute - Washington Post
  70. No Charges Against TV's 'Dog Whisperer' Cesar Millan - ABC News
  71. Zika Virus Is Scary and We Need Money to Fight It, Officials Say - NBCNews.com
  72. Source: Paris, Brussels attackers sought to target Euro 2016 - CNN International
  73. Trump lashes out at 'rigged' Republican delegate rules - Reuters
  74. Can more fiber restore microbiome diversity?
  75. CORRECTED-Zika spread, impact 'scarier than we initially thought' -U.S. health official
  76. BRIEF-Endologix gets CE mark for Nellix Endovascular Aneurysm Sealing system
  77. What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Tuesday, April 12
  78. Brain scans show how LSD mimics mind of a baby
  79. ISIS Executes 21 Syrian Christians Kidnapped in Mass Raid, Patriarch Says
  80. AbbVie/Roche drug gets US approval for a rare type of leukemia - Reuters
  81. Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us - The Atlantic
  82. Paper tape may help prevent blisters for ultramarathoners - Fox News
  83. Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 12 Afghan Army Recruits on Bus - New York Times
  84. Marriage may help fight cancer - CBS News
  85. Besides Your Lungs, Smoking May Harm Your Job Prospects, Paycheck - Philly.com
  86. One big reason some Americans live longer than others - CBS News
  87. Marriage may help fight cancer - CBS News
  88. 'Scarier than we initially thought:' CDC sounds warning on Zika virus - USA TODAY
  89. 5 Things to Know About Slain Ex-New Orleans Saints Star Will Smith - People Magazine
  90. Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 12 Afghan Army Recruits on Bus - New York Times
  91. Zika spread, impact 'scarier than we thought' -U.S. health officials
  92. Zika spread, impact 'scarier than we thought': U.S. health officials
  93. AbbVie/Roche drug gets U.S. approval for a rare type of leukemia
  94. GE begins testing GE9X engine for Boeing 777X planes
  95. UPDATE 1-AbbVie/Roche drug gets U.S. approval for a rare type of leukemia
  96. Notice of Modification to the List of Permitted Food Enzymes to Enable the Use of Transglutaminase from Streptoverticillium mobaraense S-8112 in Bread, Flour, Whole Wheat Flour, and Unstandardized Bakery Products Document Reference Number: NOM/ADM-
  97. As Trump targets GOP process, speculation swirls around alternative candidates - Fox News
  98. Wyoming Democratic caucuses: Bernie Sanders picks up another win - CNN International
  99. Paris-Brussels Attacks Network a 'Supercell' of Extremism - New York Times
  100. Donald Trump: CIA director 'ridiculous' on waterboarding - USA TODAY
  101. Goldman Sachs to pay $5 billion in US Justice Department mortgage bond pact - Reuters
  102. AbbVie/Roche drug gets US approval for a rare type of leukemia - Reuters
  103. Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us - The Atlantic
  104. Paper tape may help prevent blisters for ultramarathoners - Fox News
  105. Saving Lives In Poor Nations Costs $5 Per Person: Health Study - Tech Times
  106. Besides Your Lungs, Smoking May Harm Your Job Prospects, Paycheck - Philly.com
  107. For life expectancy, money matters - Harvard Gazette
  108. BRIEF-GE Aviation - Ground testing underway on first full GE9X development engine
  109. AbbVie/Roche drug gets U.S. approval for a rare type of leukemia
  110. Virginia governor says won't sign electric-chair bill for executions
  111. BRIEF-FDA approves new drug for CLL in patients with specific chromosomal abnormality
  112. Council of Europe raps Italy over difficulty in obtaining abortions
  113. BRIEF-Adocia initiates phase 1/2 clinical trial on post-meal effect of rapid-acting human insulin
  114. BRIEF-Wellington Management Group LLP reports a 10.71 percent passive stake in Affimed N.V
  115. Millions of maternal and child lives could be saved every year for less than $5 a person
  116. As Trump targets GOP process, speculation swirls around alternative candidates - Fox News
  117. F1 learned a lesson from qualifying fiasco: Williams
  118. Brassard quits as Canada's Chef de Mission for Rio
  119. Pakistani Christian 'Butchered Like an Animal' for Protecting Youth From Drug Dealers
  120. Bangladeshi al Qaeda Arm Declare Target: Atheist Writers
  121. Archbishop Welby Says His Identity Is in Jesus, Not Genetics, After DNA Test Shows Who His Father Is
  122. Pope Francis Appeals to ISIS to Free Father Tom Uzhunnalil, Previously Thought Crucified
  123. Short sleep may be tied to cold or infection risk
  124. Formula One approves qualifying change
  125. Ex-FIFA vice president pleads guilty to U.S. bribery charges
  126. NFL decides against live stream of London games next season
  127. Renault hoping for third time lucky in China
  128. Paris-Brussels Attacks Network a 'Supercell' of Extremism - New York Times
  129. Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 12 Afghan Army Recruits on Bus - New York Times
  130. KNOW IT ALL: Monday's Top Stories at NBC News - NBCNews.com
  131. It's Official! Cesar Millan Will NOT Be Facing Animal Cruelty Charges! - PerezHilton.com
  132. Roche's atezo steps on FDA fast track, speeding up lung cancer showdown with Opdivo, Keytruda - FiercePharma
  133. Where the poor live in America may help determine their life span - Tampabay.com
  134. Zika Linked to Ever More Neurological Conditions - The Atlantic
  135. Life-Saving Health Care in Poor Nations Would Cost $5 Per Person: Study - Philly.com
  136. Paper tape may help prevent blisters for ultramarathoners - Fox News
  137. Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us - The Atlantic
  138. Marriage may help fight cancer - CBS News
  139. Game of Thrones Trailer Promises The Dead Are Coming - E! Online
  140. McEvoy magnificent but 'Missile' misses Rio target
  141. Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us - The Atlantic
  142. Paper tape may help prevent blisters for ultramarathoners
  143. Draymond Green-Stephen Curry Pairing Fueling Warriors' Run to History - Bleacher Report
  144. Marriage may be a cancer fighter - UPI.com
  145. Natural Energy Boosting Foods
  146. Rumblings of discontent by big donors over 2016 race - American Thinker (blog)
  147. In 6 graphs, here's why young women don't support Hillary Clinton as much as older women do - Washington Post
  148. The Will Smith shooting leaves Drew Brees, New Orleans in shock - Washington Post
  149. Phillip Island secures 10-year MotoGP extension
  150. KNOW IT ALL: Monday's Top Stories at NBC News - NBCNews.com
  151. Bryan Adams cancels Miss. concert to protest law letting businesses refuse service to gay people - Washington Post
  152. US Navy Officer Lt. Cmdr. Edward Lin Accused of Espionage: Officials - NBCNews.com
  153. Kerry makes 'gut-wrenching' visit to where US first dropped atomic bomb in Hiroshima - Washington Post
  154. Roche notches another FDA fast-track review for PD-L1 drug atezolizumab - FierceBiotech
  155. Paper tape may help prevent blisters for ultramarathoners - Reuters
  156. Life-Saving Health Care in Poor Nations Would Cost $5 Per Person: Study - Philly.com
  157. There's More Evidence Zika Goes Straight to the Brain - NBCNews.com
  158. Where the poor live in America may help determine their life span - Tampabay.com
  159. Doctors discover what led to uterus transplant failure - CBS News
  160. KNOW IT ALL: Monday's Top Stories at NBC News - NBCNews.com
  161. Kerry makes 'gut-wrenching' visit to where US first dropped atomic bomb in Hiroshima - Washington Post
  162. Burglar takes burgers, not money - CNN
  163. UPDATE 1-Former Shkreli-led drug developer pledges responsible pricing
  164. Marriage may be a cancer fighter - UPI.com
  165. Roche notches another FDA fast-track review for PD-L1 drug atezolizumab - FierceBiotech
  166. Obama Cites Lack of `Day After' Plan in Libya as Biggest Mistake - Bloomberg
  167. Warrant: Ex-Saints player Will Smith was shot in back, torso - USA TODAY
  168. After exchanging harsh words last week, Clinton and Sanders get back on message - Los Angeles Times
  169. Donald Trump's sloppy voter outreach extends even to his own children - Washington Post
  170. Sheffield scientists investigate a sperm-boosting nutrient which may help infertile couples
  171. FDA takes steps to withdraw approval of the swine drug carbadox due to safety concerns
  172. BRIEF-Acorda Therapeutics announces preliminary tender offer results for Biotie Therapies
  173. BRIEF-Tobira Therapeutics and DONG-A ST enter into license agreements for evogliptin and cenicriviroc
  174. Life-Saving Health Care in Poor Nations Would Cost $5 Per Person: Study - Philly.com
  175. Doctors discover what led to uterus transplant failure - CBS News
  176. Frightening images show the insidious way Zika appears to attack babies' brains - Washington Post
  177. US Navy Officer Lt. Cmdr. Edward Lin Accused of Espionage: Reports - NBCNews.com
  178. UPDATE 1-Valeant asks CEO Pearson to cooperate with U.S. Senate committee
  179. Ex-tennis ace Nieminen not Finn-ished as floorball calls
  180. Kenya will beat Wada deadline, says president
  181. Study: Diabetes, depression share link - NWAOnline
  182. Life Expectancy Varies Based on Your Income - TIME
  183. Are E-Cigarettes a Healthy Way to Quit Smoking? - Wall Street Journal
  184. A portrait of Trump the donor: Free rounds of golf, but no personal cash - Washington Post
  185. Texas teacher arrested after video shows her repea... - kttn
  186. Police file attempted murder charges against Indian temple authorities - Washington Post
  187. Obama says '11 Libya ouster was worst mistake of presidency; pledges hands off in Clinton probe - UPI.com
  188. US Navy Officer Lt. Cmdr. Edward Lin Accused of Espionage: Reports - NBCNews.com
  189. After exchanging harsh words last week, Clinton and Sanders get back on message - Los Angeles Times
  190. Trump slams GOP nominating process as top aide accuses Cruz of 'gestapo tactics' to win delegates - Fox News
  191. Kerry visits memorial near ground zero of WWII atomic bombing in Hiroshima - Washington Post
  192. BRIEF-Polmed's management proposes FY 2015 div. of 0.14 zloty/shr
  193. BRIEF-Kalobios announces new product pricing model
  194. BRIEF-Valeant board of directors issues statement on J. Michael Pearson's cooperation with Senate Committee on aging
  195. BRIEF-Trovagene says enters into preferred provider agreement with Stratose PPO Network
  196. BRIEF-Prana Biotechnology regains compliance with NASDAQ continued listing requirements
  197. Valeant asks CEO Pearson to cooperate with U.S. Senate committee
  198. Former Shkreli-led drug developer pledges responsible pricing
  199. Williams joins calls for fairer share of F1 pot
  200. Former Shkreli-led drug developer pledges responsible pricing
  201. Valeant asks CEO Pearson to cooperate with U.S. Senate committee
  202. BRIEF-Zhejiang Conba Pharmaceutical's 2015 net profit down 20.3 pct
  203. Marriage may be a cancer fighter - UPI.com
  204. State Rep. Bolinsky Participates in Autism Awareness Day - Patch.com
  205. Study: Diabetes, depression share link - NWAOnline
  206. Can electronic cigarettes help wean smokers off tobacco? - NH Voice
  207. Yeast Infection Caused First Ever Uterus Transplant to Fail - Science World Report
  208. Brazilian scientists find new Zika-linked brain disorder in adults - Fox News
  209. Roche notches another FDA fast-track review for PD-L1 drug atezolizumab - FierceBiotech
  210. Saving Lives In Poor Nations Costs $5 Per Person: Health Study - Tech Times
  211. Yeast Infection Caused First Ever Uterus Transplant to Fail - Science World Report
  212. Brazilian scientists find new Zika-linked brain disorder in adults - Fox News
  213. Roche says FDA fast tracks atezolizumab in specific type of lung cancer - Reuters
  214. US Navy officer charged with spying, possibly for China, Taiwan - Reuters
  215. MTV Movie Awards throw shade at the Oscars and 9 other moments you missed - Washington Post
  216. North Korean Senior Spy Agency Official Defects to South: Seoul - NBCNews.com
  217. Precarious truce starts in Yemen, fighting reported in Taiz - Reuters
  218. Kerry visits memorial near ground zero of WWII atomic bombing in Hiroshima - Washington Post
  219. How far can you go to win support from a Republican delegate? - Washington Post
  220. Prez: Hillary didn't try to be emailevolent - Philly.com
  221. After exchanging harsh words last week, Clinton and Sanders get back on message - Los Angeles Times
  222. Life Expectancy Study: It's Not Just What You Make, It's Where You Live - North Country Public Radio
  223. Forced to choose: Rising cost of insulin impacting low income diabetics - BABW News
  224. Are E-Cigarettes a Healthy Way to Quit Smoking? - Wall Street Journal
  225. Saving Lives In Poor Nations Costs $5 Per Person: Health Study - Tech Times
  226. BRIEF-Mylan NV launches intermediate dosage strengths of generic Lopressor tablets
  227. Japan's Hagino plots Rio downfall of Phelps, Lochte
  228. How far can you go to win support from a Republican delegate? - Washington Post
  229. Kerry visits memorial near ground zero of WWII atomic bombing in Hiroshima - Washington Post
  230. Precarious truce starts in Yemen, fighting reported in Taiz - Reuters
  231. North Korean Senior Spy Agency Official Defects to South: Seoul - NBCNews.com
  232. MTV Movie Awards throw shade at the Oscars and 9 other moments you missed - Washington Post
  233. BRIEF-Raptor Pharmaceutical launches QUINSAIR in Europe
  234. BRIEF-GW Pharmaceuticals initiates Phase 3 pivotal study in tuberous sclerosis complex
  235. BRIEF-SteadyMed says U.S. Patent and Trademark office has initiated proceeding against patent owned by United Therapeutics
  236. BRIEF-Centric Health says holders of $9.1 mln principal amount of co's 5.5 pct convertible notes agreed to extend maturity date of notes to July 31
  237. BRIEF-Can-Fite Biopharma announces pre-clinical data for CF602
  238. BRIEF-Summit Therapeutics says Ridinilazole was well-tolerated
  239. Prez: Hillary didn't try to be emailevolent - Philly.com
  240. BRIEF-Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical to issue up to 6.0 bln yuan bonds
  241. California or bust: Bernie Sanders charts a White House path - Reuters
  242. US Navy officer charged with spying, possibly for China, Taiwan - Reuters
  243. Roche says FDA fast tracks atezolizumab in specific type of lung cancer - Reuters
  244. Saving Lives In Poor Nations Costs $5 Per Person: Health Study - Tech Times
  245. Brazilian scientists find new Zika-linked brain disorder in adults - Fox News
  246. Yeast Infection Caused First Ever Uterus Transplant to Fail - Science World Report
  247. Life Expectancy Study: It's Not Just What You Make, It's Where You Live - North Country Public Radio
  248. Forced to choose: Rising cost of insulin impacting low income diabetics - BABW News
  249. Are E-Cigarettes a Healthy Way to Quit Smoking? - Wall Street Journal
  250. BRIEF-Lifeassays extends subscription period in ongoing rights issue