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  1. 1 dead, 5 hurt as plane crashes into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  2. Trump, Cruz take different paths Saturday but stay on the attack - Fox News
  3. Tempers Flare Behind the Scenes of Democratic Debate Negotiations - TIME
  4. Los Angeles Man Accused of Murdering Son Because He Was Gay: Prosecutors - People Magazine
  5. Obama Rebukes Donald Trump's Comments on Nuclear Weapons - New York Times
  6. Cannabis Activists Get High In Front Of The White House In Dramatic Drug Law Protest - Huffington Post
  7. Video of military convoy new evidence Russia not pulling out of Syria - Fox News
  8. Flights to resume at Brussels airport, CEO says - CBS News
  9. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  10. World Autism Awareness Day at the UN - Europa Newswire
  11. Global research sees statin benefits in lower risk patients - nwitimes.com
  12. Family places signs in front of Luzerne County Courthouse for Autism Awareness Month - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
  13. Apple profiles iPad apps for World Autism Acceptance Day - Apple Insider
  14. Malware Attacks On Hospitals Put Patients At Risk - NPR
  15. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  16. World Autism Awareness Day at the UN - Europa Newswire
  17. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  18. Police confirm knife found at O.J. property isn't murder weapon - NBCSports.com
  19. Video of military convoy new evidence Russia not pulling out of Syria - Fox News
  20. Flights to resume at Brussels airport, CEO says - CBS News
  21. Pot activists protest in front of White House, without giant blow-up joint - 9NEWS.com
  22. 1 dead, 5 hurt as plane crashes into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  23. Los Angeles father accused of fatally shooting son for being gay - Washington Post
  24. Tempers Flare Behind the Scenes of Democratic Debate Negotiations - TIME
  25. Trump draws fire for saying abortion laws are set, 'we have to leave it that way.' - Washington Post
  26. Canadian duo win world pairs championship again
  27. Shocking report on obesity stuns scientists - Morning Ticker
  28. Malware Attacks On Hospitals Put Patients At Risk - NPR
  29. Study refutes lasting treatment for Lyme disease - Pulse Headlines
  30. Give blood with the Red Cross during National Volunteer Month - Tulsa World
  31. Study supports wider statin use to prevent heart attack, stroke - Tribune-Review
  32. Police confirm knife found at O.J. property isn't murder weapon - NBCSports.com
  33. Marquez on pole in Argentina
  34. British doctor alleges he doped 150 sportsmen
  35. Airlines Still Offering Waivers for Travel to Brussels - ABC News
  36. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  37. World Autism Awareness Day - Patch.com
  38. Alonso should have been allowed to race: Dennis
  39. Amid NY debate discord, Clinton, Sanders accuse each other of political games - Washington Post
  40. Trump 'catering' to GOP, wants broader coalition - Washington Post
  41. 1 dead, 5 hurt as plane crashes into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  42. Video of military convoy new evidence Russia not pulling out of Syria - Fox News
  43. Pot activists protest in front of White House, without giant blow-up joint - USA TODAY
  44. Los Angeles Man Accused of Murdering Son Because He Was Gay: Prosecutors - People Magazine
  45. Europe gives green light to first gene therapy for children - Reuters
  46. Obese people now more common than underweight for first time in history - Modern Readers
  47. Study supports wider statin use to prevent heart attack, stroke - Tribune-Review
  48. Under pressure to digitize everything, hospitals are hackers' biggest new target - Washington Post
  49. Long-term antibiotic therapy ineffective for persistent Lyme symptoms - Bangor Daily News
  50. Give blood with the Red Cross during National Volunteer Month - Tulsa World
  51. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  52. CDC reports no change in autism prevalence - wtvr.com
  53. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  54. US-led strikes putting a financial squeeze on the Islamic State - Washington Post
  55. Video of military convoy new evidence Russia not pulling out of Syria - Fox News
  56. Knife found at OJ Simpson home not used 1994 killings, LAPD concludes - OregonLive.com
  57. Flights to resume at Brussels airport, CEO says - CBS News
  58. Los Angeles Man Accused of Murdering Son Because He Was Gay: Prosecutors - People Magazine
  59. 1 dead, 5 hurt as plane crashes into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  60. Donald Trump's bad week - CNN
  61. At rallies, Hillary Clinton's supporters are looking for logic, not passion - Washington Post
  62. Obesity Now More Common Than Underweight Worldwide - Medscape
  63. Under pressure to digitize everything, hospitals are hackers' biggest new target - Washington Post
  64. Zika Virus Spring Break, Rio 2016 Summer Olympics Concern - Patch.com
  65. Study refutes lasting treatment for Lyme disease - Pulse Headlines
  66. CDC reports no change in autism prevalence - wtvr.com
  67. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  68. 'Madmen' must not be allowed to get nuclear material: Obama - Reuters
  69. Los Angeles Man Accused of Murdering Son Because He Was Gay: Prosecutors - People Magazine
  70. Police confirm knife found at O.J. property isn't murder weapon - NBCSports.com
  71. NYC Bus Terminal Reopened After Report of Suspicious Package - ABC News
  72. Flights to resume at Brussels airport, CEO says - CBS News
  73. 1 dead, 5 hurt as plane crashes into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  74. Trump draws fire for saying abortion laws are set, 'we have to leave it that way.' - Washington Post
  75. At rallies, Hillary Clinton's supporters are looking for logic, not passion - Washington Post
  76. Azarenka demolishes Kuznetsova for third Miami Open title
  77. Hamilton reprimanded for reversing in pitlane
  78. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  79. Obesity Now More Common Than Underweight Worldwide - Medscape
  80. Under pressure to digitize everything, hospitals are hackers' biggest new target - Washington Post
  81. Pregnant? Zika, Spring Break and the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics - Patch.com
  82. Study refutes lasting treatment for Lyme disease - Pulse Headlines
  83. FDA proposes limit on inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal - Reuters
  84. The world is 'lighting up blue' to celebrate Autism Awareness Day - Pulse Headlines
  85. Fire breaks out at large mall under construction in Qatar - Tulsa World
  86. In Palmyra, Islamic State Left Behind Mass Grave, Destroyed Monuments - NPR
  87. Police confirm knife found at O.J. property isn't murder weapon - NBCSports.com
  88. Trump says US abortion laws are set, and 'we have to leave it that way.' - Washington Post
  89. 'Madmen' must not be allowed to get nuclear material: Obama - Reuters
  90. 1 dead, 5 hurt as plane crashes into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  91. Trump is back on the never-a-dull-moment rally circuit - Washington Post
  92. Hillary Clinton's Campaign Says Bernie Sanders 'Rejected' New York Debate Dates - NBCNews.com
  93. Obesity Now More Common Than Underweight Worldwide - Medscape
  94. Researcher urges caution about interpreting study on effects of football hits - USA TODAY
  95. Brazil govt could buy up poorly selling Olympic tickets - GlobalPost
  96. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  97. 7 lessons I have learned from autism - My Fox Boston
  98. Possible cure for 'bubble boy disease' nearing EU approval - UPI.com
  99. BRIEF-Novo Nordisk says trial with Semaglutide improved glycaemic control
  100. Donald Trump's bad week - CNN
  101. At rallies, Hillary Clinton's supporters are looking for logic, not passion - Washington Post
  102. Donald Trump: 'The Laws Are Set' on Abortion, 'I Think We Have to Leave It that Way' - Breitbart News
  103. 1 dead, 5 hurt as plane crashes into car on freeway in San Diego County - Los Angeles Times
  104. 'Madmen' must not be allowed to get nuclear material: Obama - Reuters
  105. Los Angeles Man Accused of Murdering Son Because He Was Gay: Prosecutors - People Magazine
  106. Unearthed knife found at O.J. Simpson's home not murder weapon, LAPD says - Sporting News
  107. Islamic State planted thousands of mines in Palmyra: Syrian army - Reuters
  108. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  109. FDA proposes limit on inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal - Reuters
  110. Wylwood Frozen Broccoli Recalled for Listeria Monocytogenes - Food Poisoning Bulletin
  111. Obesity Now More Common Than Underweight Worldwide - Medscape
  112. Repeated Football Hits Linked to Difficulties Later in Life - I4U News
  113. Lab-Grown Skin That Sweats And Sprouts Hair Bring Hope For Patients With Severe Burns, Skin Diseases - Tech Times
  114. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  115. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - CNBC
  116. Islamic State planted thousands of mines in Palmyra: Syrian army - Reuters
  117. Unearthed knife found at O.J. Simpson's home not murder weapon, LAPD says - Sporting News
  118. Los Angeles Man Accused of Murdering Son Because He Was Gay: Prosecutors - People Magazine
  119. NBA scores 2016: The Celtics snapped Golden State's streak by beating them at their own game - SB Nation
  120. Obama Warns of Nuclear Terrorism Threat - Voice of America
  121. Donald Trump: 'The Laws Are Set' on Abortion, 'I Think We Have to Leave It that Way' - Breitbart News
  122. Donald Trump's bad week - CNN
  123. At rallies, Hillary Clinton's supporters are looking for logic, not passion - Washington Post
  124. Hamilton beats Rosberg to Bahrain pole position
  125. FDA wants to limit arsenic in rice cereal for babies - Boston.com
  126. Town Green shines blue for Autism Awareness Month - Thehour.com
  127. Recall: frozen broccoli in Alabama, Tennessee may contain Listeria - AL.com
  128. Baby's BMI May Predict Risk For Early Childhood Obesity: Study - Tech Times
  129. State Department suspends review of Hillary Clinton emails - The Week Magazine
  130. Donald Trump: 'The Laws Are Set' on Abortion, 'I Think We Have to Leave It that Way' - Breitbart News
  131. In Palmyra, Islamic State Left Behind Mass Grave, Destroyed Monuments - NPR
  132. NBA scores 2016: The Celtics snapped Golden State's streak by beating them at their own game - SB Nation
  133. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - CNBC
  134. Statin, blood pressure drug slash health risk in those with hypertension - Reuters
  135. A Dad Allegedly Shot His Son Dead Because He Was Gay - BuzzFeed News
  136. Obama Warns of Nuclear Terrorism Threat - Voice of America
  137. Clinton faces disruptive Sanders supporters in New York - San Francisco Chronicle
  138. Sarah Palin gets tepid response stumping for Donald Trump in Wisconsin - Chicago Tribune
  139. Liraglutide may make high-fat foods less desirable to the brain's reward centers
  140. Large whey protein breakfast may help manage type 2 diabetes
  141. A Paleolithic-type diet may help reduce future risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease
  142. UPDATE 1-As Ebola flares up, Guinea plans to vaccinate contacts of survivors
  143. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  144. Lab-Grown Skin That Sweats And Sprouts Hair Bring Hope For Patients With Severe Burns, Skin Diseases - Tech Times
  145. FDA proposes limit on inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal - Reuters
  146. CDC: Autism Diagnosis Rates Unchanged in Two Years - Modern Readers
  147. Recall: frozen broccoli in Alabama, Tennessee may contain Listeria - AL.com
  148. Baby's BMI May Predict Risk For Early Childhood Obesity: Study - Tech Times
  149. Trump gets rougher treatment from media - The Hill
  150. Clinton's frustration grows, as primary race drags on - Washington Post
  151. State Department Suspends Internal Review of 'Top Secret' Clinton Emails - TheBlaze.com
  152. NBA scores 2016: The Celtics snapped Golden State's streak by beating them at their own game - SB Nation
  153. Novartis takes Entresto case to U.S. cardiologist meeting
  154. In Palmyra, Islamic State Left Behind Mass Grave, Destroyed Monuments - NPR
  155. Trump's trouble in Wisconsin - CNN
  156. Obama Warns of Nuclear Terrorism Threat - Voice of America
  157. As Ebola flares up, Guinea plans to vaccinate contacts of survivors
  158. Statin, blood pressure drug slash health risk in those with hypertension
  159. Novartis takes Entresto case to U.S. cardiologist meeting
  160. Todt optimistic of resolving qualifying problem
  161. Ferrari end final Bahrain practice on top
  162. Hard-luck Cubs open season as World Series favorites
  163. Global research sees statin benefits in lower risk patients - Washington Post
  164. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  165. Pregnant? Zika, Spring Break and the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics - Patch.com
  166. Tesla reveals some details about the Model 3 — and keeps others under wraps - Los Angeles Times
  167. As Ebola flares up, Guinea plans to vaccinate contacts of survivors
  168. Statin, blood pressure drug slash health risk in those with hypertension
  169. It's Official—There Are More Obese People than Underweight People on Planet Earth - Munchies_ Food by VICE
  170. FDA Proposes a Limit on Arsenic in Rice Cereal for Babies - New York Times
  171. Recall: frozen broccoli in Alabama, Tennessee may contain Listeria - AL.com
  172. Boston Landmarks To Light Up Blue For Autism Awareness - CBS Local
  173. Zika: Pregnancy, Spring Break Travel and Rio 2016 Olympics - Patch.com
  174. Amateur Football Hits May Cause Later Life Difficulties - Tech Times
  175. Global Obesity Epidemic: Study Finds One In Eight Adults Worldwide Is Obese - Tech Times
  176. 1800 Cases Of Frozen Broccoli Recalled Over Listeria Concerns - Newsy
  177. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  178. CDC urges health officials to prepare for possible Zika outbreak this summer - Fox News
  179. Officials: al-Shabab leader killed in Somalia drone strike - Washington Post
  180. Father Charged After Allegedly Killing His Son Because He Was Gay - TheBlaze.com
  181. Quest just released Protein Spray Tan
  182. Meat Vs Plant: 14 Protein-Rich Foods Go Head-to-Head
  183. HOW TO EAT LIKE AN OLYMPIC HOPEFUL
  184. Vitamins and Supplements That Help You Look Naturally Beautiful
  185. Trump's trouble in Wisconsin - WMUR Manchester
  186. Obama Warns of Nuclear Terrorism Threat - Voice of America
  187. Has Bernie Sanders Pulled Hillary Clinton To The Left? - NPR
  188. Tesla reveals some details about the Model 3 — and keeps others under wraps - Los Angeles Times
  189. Warriors' home winning streak ends at 54 in 109-106 loss to Celtics - USA TODAY
  190. The Rock Has Stone Cold Love from First Wrestlemania
  191. Amicus's Fabry disease drug gets positive EU recommendation - Reuters
  192. Under pressure to digitize everything, hospitals are hackers' biggest new target - Washington Post
  193. Glaxo announces patent change in developing world
  194. CDC urges health officials to prepare for possible Zika outbreak this summer - Fox News
  195. Amateur Football Hits May Cause Later Life Difficulties - Tech Times
  196. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  197. Officials: al-Shabab leader killed in Somalia drone strike - Washington Post
  198. Warriors' home winning streak ends at 54 in 109-106 loss to Celtics - USA TODAY
  199. Tesla reveals some details about the Model 3 — and keeps others under wraps - Los Angeles Times
  200. Fact checking the Clinton-Sanders spat over Big Oil contributions - Washington Post
  201. Cruz, Walker Embrace As Wisconsin Crowd Goes Silent for Palin - NBCNews.com
  202. India's ITC says to keep cigarette factories shut over health warning rules
  203. State Department Suspends Internal Review of 'Top Secret' Clinton Emails - TheBlaze.com
  204. FDA Proposes a Limit on Arsenic in Rice Cereal for Babies - New York Times
  205. CDC urges health officials to prepare for possible Zika outbreak this summer - Fox News
  206. Global Obesity Epidemic: Study Finds One In Eight Adults Worldwide Is Obese - Tech Times
  207. Obama Warns of Nuclear Terrorism Threat - Voice of America
  208. Amicus's Fabry disease drug gets positive EU recommendation - Reuters
  209. Obesity rises at unprecedented pace worldwide - Columbia Daily Tribune
  210. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  211. High-protein diet may explain anatomical differences of Neanderthals
  212. Obama, world leaders urge action on nuclear security, terror - Washington Post
  213. Palin calls on Republicans to unify behind Trump candidacy at GOP dinner - Fox News
  214. Fact checking the Clinton-Sanders spat over Big Oil contributions - Washington Post
  215. Trump Now Says Abortion Laws Should Be Left as Is - ABC News
  216. Warriors' home winning streak ends at 54 in 109-106 loss to Celtics - USA TODAY
  217. Officials: al-Shabab leader killed in Somalia drone strike - Washington Post
  218. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  219. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  220. Repeated hits to head bigger football threat than concussions - UPI.com
  221. Hospitals feel pain as hackers' latest target - Houston Chronicle
  222. Sacramento fentanyl overdoses show opiate addiction's toll knows no boundaries - Sacramento Bee
  223. Autism diagnosis taking too long, experts say - Medical Xpress
  224. Hospitals feel pain as hackers' latest target - Houston Chronicle
  225. Amateur Football Hits Linked To Later Difficulties - CBS Local
  226. Obese people outnumber underweight for first time in history - WTOP
  227. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  228. LAPD: Knife found at OJ Simpson's home not murder weapon - USA TODAY
  229. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  230. Warriors' home winning streak ends at 54 in 109-106 loss to Celtics - USA TODAY
  231. Fact checking the Clinton-Sanders spat over Big Oil contributions - Washington Post
  232. Walker says Cruz victory in Wisconsin can change momentum - Washington Post
  233. Weekend Roundup: Preventing 'Madmen' From Getting Their Hands on Nuclear Material - Huffington Post
  234. Sacramento fentanyl overdoses show opiate addiction's toll knows no boundaries - Sacramento Bee
  235. April is all about Autism Awareness - Ashland Daily Press
  236. Trump Now Says Abortion Laws Should Be Left as Is - ABC News
  237. LAPD: Knife found at OJ Simpson's home not murder weapon - USA TODAY
  238. Obese people outnumber underweight for first time in history - WTOP
  239. Celtics hold on to end Warriors' 54-game home winning streak
  240. Weekend Roundup: Preventing 'Madmen' From Getting Their Hands On Nuclear Material - Huffington Post
  241. Glaxo's Potential Cure for “Bubble Boy Disease” One Step Closer - Wall Street Journal
  242. Donald Trump Steps Awkwardly Into Abortion Debate for Second Time This Week - New York Times
  243. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  244. Sanders says Clinton owes him apology over fossil fuel spat - CNN
  245. Warriors' home winning streak ends at 54 in loss to Celtics - Washington Post
  246. Tesla faces stiff challenges with Model 3 - Los Angeles Times
  247. In Miami, Facing Risk of Zika With Resolve but Limited Resources - New York Times
  248. Amateur Football Hits Linked To Later Difficulties - CBS Local
  249. Hospitals feel pain as hackers' latest target - Houston Chronicle
  250. Sacramento fentanyl overdoses show opiate addiction's toll knows no boundaries - Sacramento Bee