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  1. 20000 sign petition to allow guns at Republican National Convention - WGRZ.com
  2. Security Guard's Murder Fuels Fears That Nuclear Plants in Belgium Could Be Attacked - VICE News
  3. Democrats See Gains as Donald Trump Targets a Wife - New York Times
  4. Crowd goes wild after small bird lands on Bernie Sanders' podium - USA TODAY
  5. US looks to 'accelerate' fight against ISIS - Local 10
  6. Research underscores importance of moderate to intensive exercise in healthy aging - PerfScience
  7. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  8. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  9. Male preconception intake of caffeine as strongly associated with pregnancy loss as females - PerfScience
  10. Increase vitamin C intake to prevent cataract progression risk: Study - NH Voice
  11. 2015-16 Flu Season: Dallas County Baby becomes First in Texas to Die from Flu - Maine News Online
  12. Missing Indiana Mother Found 42 Years Later Living in Small Texas Town, but Won't Explain Disappearance: Police - People Magazine
  13. Cleveland Clinic Data: Heart Attack Patients Getting Younger, Fatter - AJMC.com Managed Markets Network
  14. Zika And Pregnancy: How To Protect Yourself, Transmission, Microcephaly And Everything You Should Know - Tech Times
  15. Exercise May Slow Down Brain Aging By 10 Years: Study - Tech Times
  16. Republican Convention: 20000 sign petition demanding right to carry guns at event - The Independent
  17. Cruz says Trump behind 'garbage' tabloid article about his alleged affairs - Fox News Latino
  18. Crowd goes wild after small bird lands on Bernie Sanders' podium - USA TODAY
  19. Raw: Historic Rolling Stones Concert in Cuba - USA TODAY
  20. Democrats caucus to back Clinton or Sanders in West - CNN International
  21. Belgian Nuclear Guard Murdered, Prosecutors Deny Militant Involvement - Haaretz
  22. Belgium charges man in connection with attacks in Brussels - Washington Post
  23. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  24. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  25. Male preconception intake of caffeine as strongly associated with pregnancy loss as females - PerfScience
  26. Increase vitamin C intake to prevent cataract progression risk: Study - NH Voice
  27. 2015-16 Flu Season: Dallas County Baby becomes First in Texas to Die from Flu - Maine News Online
  28. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  29. Good workout keeps diseases at bay or in check as well as acts as powerful medicine for aging brain - NH Voice
  30. Zika And Pregnancy: How To Protect Yourself, Transmission, Microcephaly And Everything You Should Know - Tech Times
  31. Can Trump get to 1237 delegates? - CNN
  32. Syrian forces battle IS on edge of ancient Palmyra - Post-Bulletin
  33. Desperate search for missing loved ones in Brussels - Expatica Belguim
  34. Senators Ask Charlotte to Pay for "Bathroom Bill" Special Session - WFMYNews2.com
  35. Rolling Stones Thrill Huge Crowd at Historic Havana Show - RollingStone.com
  36. 5 things to watch in Saturday's Democratic contests - CNN
  37. Belgian nuclear guard shot and security access badge stolen: media - Reuters
  38. Belgian authorities missed a key chance to gather intelligence on attacks - Washington Post
  39. Researchers Believe Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Can Help Treat Anorexia Nervosa - Tech Times
  40. New Study Links Male and Female Caffeine Intake with Higher Miscarriage Risk - Modern Readers
  41. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  42. Increase vitamin C intake to prevent cataract progression risk: Study - NH Voice
  43. Mammograms Could Help Diagnose Heart Disease Too - I4U News
  44. Why Bernie Sanders Isn't Dropping Out Despite Hillary's Lead - NBCNews.com
  45. Rolling Stones unleash rock and roll on massive Cuban crowd - Boston Herald
  46. Three Americans confirmed dead in Brussels terror attacks - Daily Mail
  47. Brussels attacks: Airport will not open before Tuesday - BBC News
  48. Gov. Snyder's Sweeping Plan For Flint Water Crisis Gets A Reality Check - NPR
  49. Belgian nuclear guard shot and security access badge stolen: media - Reuters
  50. Belgian authorities missed a key chance to gather intelligence on attacks - Washington Post
  51. Military officials pushing for increase in US troops in Iraq - Washington Post
  52. 7 Cutting Mistakes Even the Pros Make
  53. Kayla Itsines' Best Transformation Photos From Instagram
  54. Are you getting cyber sick?
  55. Hers Guy: Ezra Miller is Bulking Up for 'The Flash'
  56. The Rock for President? Why Not?
  57. Zika transmission through sexual contact reported in California - Outbreak News Today
  58. Regular Exercise May Significantly Delay Age-Related Cognitive Decline - Mid-Day Daily
  59. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  60. Mammograms Could Help Diagnose Heart Disease Too - I4U News
  61. This vitamin could help protect your eyes against cataracts - CBS News
  62. Pregnant Women Who Drink Too Much Caffeine Exposed at Miscarriage Risk - The Utah People's Post
  63. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  64. Researchers Believe Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Can Help Treat Anorexia Nervosa - Tech Times
  65. Physical Exercise Is One Key Factor in Slowing the Brain's Aging - CDA News
  66. Rolling Stones tell giant crowd 'times are changing' at Cuba debut - Reuters
  67. Marcus Paige feeling ACC & UNC pride heading into Elite Eight - Sports Illustrated
  68. Two New York siblings are among the dead in Brussels attacks - The Denver Post
  69. Attacking Cruz's wife could hurt Trump with female voters - Washington Post
  70. 2013 soccer match could have brought Zika virus to Brazil, researchers say - Sacramento Bee
  71. Why Bernie Sanders Isn't Dropping Out Despite Hillary's Lead - NBCNews.com
  72. A Top ISIS Leader Is Killed in an Airstrike, the Pentagon Says - New York Times
  73. Sweep Leads to 5 Arrests, a Foiled Plot and a Paris-Brussels Connection - New York Times
  74. Officials reportedly have concerns over security at Belgian nuclear plants - Fox News
  75. Fruit juices and smoothies have 'unacceptably high' sugar content
  76. Warriors chalk up 52nd straight home win
  77. Devon Still, Leah to introduce Still Strong Foundation to Penn State community on day of Blue-White game - Centre Daily Times
  78. Have an Anorexia? Brain Stimulation May Help Ease Symptoms, Study Finds - News Every day
  79. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  80. Caffeine linked to miscarriage and dad's habit matters, too - Today.com
  81. Flu season in March? Doctors warn it's not over yet - CBS News
  82. This vitamin could help protect your eyes against cataracts - CBS News
  83. Bonilla equalizer keeps El Salvador third after 2-2 draw
  84. New iPhone and iPad Pro pack more in smaller sizes - The Seattle Times
  85. 2013 soccer match could have brought Zika virus to Brazil, researchers say - The San Luis Obispo Tribune
  86. Regular exercise linked to slower rate of decline in cognitive abilities among elderly - Maine News Online
  87. New York-Based Siblings Killed in Brussels Were 'Sweet And Wonderful' - NBCNews.com
  88. Man says he was arrested for not returning VHS rental - Boston Herald
  89. Sanders eyes Western comeback, chips away slightly at Clinton lead - Fox News
  90. The battle for Palmyra will reveal how much damage was done to Syria's priceless relics - Los Angeles Times
  91. Pistons beat Hornets, extend streak to five
  92. Guatemala shock United States 2-0 in World Cup qualifier
  93. Hernandez goal sets up Mexico's 3-0 win over Canada
  94. Leah Still Celebrates 1 Year of Being Cancer-Free - ABC News
  95. Have an Anorexia? Brain Stimulation May Help Ease Symptoms, Study Finds - News Every day
  96. Caffeine Intake Level Linked to Miscarriage Level, Study Finds - News Every day
  97. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  98. Breast Arterial Calcification on Mammography IDs Atherosclerotic CVD Risk - Medscape
  99. Leah Still Has Been In Remission For One Full Year - CBS Local
  100. Study: Exercise may slow mental decline in older people - KSAT San Antonio
  101. Aaron Hernandez's Massachusetts Home Listed for Sale at $1.5 Million - Bleacher Report
  102. Brussels victims from around the world - GlobalPost
  103. Overdue VHS copy of 'Freddy Got Fingered' gets man arrested after 14 years [video] - Hornell Evening Tribune
  104. Prosecutor: Man wrongly convicted of 1957 cold-case murder - wgowam
  105. Sanders holds second large Seattle rally before caucuses - Washington Post
  106. Cruz denies tabloid's adultery allegations, blames 'garbage' on Trump - Washington Post
  107. Korean Shin leads Ko, Lang by one at Kia Classic
  108. Djokovic continues winning run, Del Potro out
  109. Have an Anorexia? Brain Stimulation May Help Ease Symptoms, Study Finds - News Every day
  110. Couples' pre-conception consumption of caffeinated drinks linked to high miscarriage risk - PerfScience
  111. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  112. Could lots of time spent on social media be tied to depression? - WTVM
  113. 2013 soccer match could have brought Zika virus to Brazil, researchers say - Miami Herald
  114. Leah Still Has Been In Remission For One Full Year - CBS Local
  115. Costa Rica draw 1-1 in Jamaica, stay three points clear
  116. Cruz denies tabloid's adultery allegations, blames 'garbage' on Trump - Washington Post
  117. Sanders holds second large Seattle rally before caucuses - Washington Post
  118. Syrian troops retake Palmyra Castle from ISIS, state media report - CNN International
  119. Illinois prosecutor: Wrong man convicted of 1957 murder of 7-year-old girl - USA TODAY
  120. Late VHS Rental From 2002 Leads To Man's Arrest - CBS Local
  121. US urges waiting period before conception after Zika infection - Reuters
  122. Study: Exercise may slow mental decline by 10 years - UPI.com
  123. Have an Anorexia? Brain Stimulation May Help Ease Symptoms, Study Finds - News Every day
  124. Couples' pre-conception consumption of caffeinated drinks linked to high miscarriage risk - PerfScience
  125. Feds mull Medicare changes after big success in YMCA's diabetes program - USA TODAY
  126. Could lots of time spent on social media be tied to depression? - WTVM
  127. Is there lead in your chocolate? - CNN
  128. 'Alarming Trend' in STEMI; Stress Vs Vessels: Cardiology Week - MedPage Today
  129. US urges waiting period before conception after Zika infection - Reuters
  130. Tom Green to Help Man Arrested for Failing to Return a Freddy Got Fingered VHS from 2002 - People Magazine
  131. Illinois prosecutor: Wrong man convicted of 1957 murder of 7-year-old girl - USA TODAY
  132. Islamic State under siege in Palmyra, militant leader killed - Reuters
  133. Sanders' big weekend - Politico
  134. Cruz denies tabloid's adultery allegations, blames 'garbage' on Trump - Washington Post
  135. Increased vitamin C in the diet could help protect against cataracts
  136. Study: Exercise may slow mental decline by 10 years - UPI.com
  137. Leah Still celebrates 1 year of being cancer-free - WSB Atlanta
  138. Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia - Philly.com
  139. Caffeine linked to miscarriage and dad's habit matters, too - Today.com
  140. 'Alarming Trend' in STEMI; Stress Vs Vessels: Cardiology Week - MedPage Today
  141. US urges waiting period before conception after Zika infection - Reuters
  142. The battle for Palmyra will reveal how much damage was done to Syria's priceless relics - Los Angeles Times
  143. Campos maintains lead in hometown Puerto Rico Open
  144. Trump risks turning off women with Cruz attacks - Washington Post
  145. Belgian Suicide Attacker Made Paris Bombs, Authorities Say - New York Times
  146. A Top ISIS Leader Is Killed in an Airstrike, the Pentagon Says - New York Times
  147. Seattle man's wife awaits his freedom after he's cleared of 1957 killing - The Seattle Times
  148. Sanders holds second large Seattle rally before caucuses - Washington Post
  149. New York-Based Siblings Killed in Brussels Were 'Sweet And Wonderful' - NBCNews.com
  150. Tom Green to Help Man Arrested for Failing to Return a Freddy Got Fingered VHS from 2002 - People Magazine
  151. Is there lead in your chocolate? - CNN
  152. Study: Exercise may slow mental decline by 10 years - UPI.com
  153. High caffeine intake linked to higher miscarriage risk - WKMG Orlando
  154. Leah Still celebrates 1 year of being cancer-free - WSB Atlanta
  155. Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia - Philly.com
  156. More Brussels victims identified as family and friends mourn - CBS News
  157. Cruz blames Trump and his 'henchmen' for tabloid story - CNN
  158. Prosecutor: Wrong man convicted in oldest cold case to go to trial - CNN
  159. Turkish officials: Europe wanted to export extremists to Syria - The Guardian
  160. Tom Green to Help Man Arrested for Failing to Return a Freddy Got Fingered VHS from 2002 - People Magazine
  161. Islamic State suicide bomber kills at least 24 at a stadium south of Baghdad - Washington Post
  162. McIlroy and Johnson to meet in knockout phase at Match Play
  163. Popular music often takes negative view of aging
  164. Driving to work linked to a fatter middle age
  165. Federer pulls out of Miami Open with virus
  166. Probe into Biomet bribery charges to continue past DPA deadline
  167. UPDATE 1-U.S. approves $3.2 bln sale of Boeing P-8A patrol planes to UK
  168. UPDATE 2-U.S. urges waiting period before conception after Zika infection
  169. Return to winning form for Aussie Open champion Kerber
  170. Security Privileges, Lapses Helped Flight Attendant Escape - ABC News
  171. US urges waiting period before conception after Zika infection - Reuters
  172. 'Alarming Trend' in STEMI; Stress Vs Vessels: Cardiology Week - MedPage Today
  173. Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia - Philly.com
  174. Leah Still Has Been In Remission For One Full Year - CBS Local
  175. Study: Both Parents' Coffee Habits Linked to Miscarriage - New York Magazine
  176. Fruit juice isn't much better for you than soda. Let's stop pretending otherwise. - Vox
  177. Study: Exercise may slow mental decline by 10 years - UPI.com
  178. Is there lead in your chocolate? - CNN
  179. Fruit juice isn't much better for you than soda. Let's stop pretending otherwise. - Vox
  180. Study: Exercise may slow mental decline by 10 years - UPI.com
  181. Is there lead in your chocolate? - CNN
  182. Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia - Philly.com
  183. 'Alarming Trend' in STEMI; Stress Vs Vessels: Cardiology Week - MedPage Today
  184. Tom Green to Help Man Arrested for Failing to Return a Freddy Got Fingered VHS from 2002 - People Magazine
  185. Islamic State suicide bomber kills at least 24 at a stadium south of Baghdad - Washington Post
  186. Cruz: National Enquirer story is 'garbage' from 'Donald Trump and his henchmen' - Washington Post
  187. 'Wrong beyond repair.' 'The worst in us.' NC papers blast transgender bathroom law. - Washington Post
  188. Brussels Attacks: What the Belgians Missed - The Atlantic
  189. BRIEF-Opexa Therapeutics enters certain sales agreement, under which Co may sell shares in 'at-the-market' offering
  190. Day advances at Match Play as Casey withdraws
  191. Leah Still Has Been In Remission For One Full Year - CBS Local
  192. Study: Both Parents' Coffee Habits Linked to Miscarriage - New York Magazine
  193. Prosecutor: Wrong man convicted in oldest cold case to go to trial - CNN
  194. The psychology and neuroscience of terrorism - CNN
  195. Is there lead in your chocolate? - CNN
  196. Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia - Philly.com
  197. 'Alarming Trend' in STEMI; Stress Vs Vessels: Cardiology Week - MedPage Today
  198. Sexually transmitted Zika: New advice for staying safe - CBS News
  199. Cruz blames Trump and his 'henchmen' for tabloid story - CNN
  200. Overdue VHS copy of 'Freddy Got Fingered' gets man arrested after 14 years - Washington Post
  201. New York-Based Siblings Killed in Brussels Were 'Sweet And Wonderful' - NBCNews.com
  202. Prosecutor: Wrong man convicted in oldest cold case to go to trial - CNN
  203. A Top ISIS Leader Is Killed in an Airstrike, Pentagon Says - New York Times
  204. Brussels attacks: Suspect wounded, arrested in police operation - CNN
  205. BRIEF-Allergan CEO's 2015 total compensation was $21.6 million
  206. Sprout investors say Valeant prices 'female Viagra' too high - Bloomberg
  207. Leah Still Celebrates 1 Year of Being Cancer-Free - ABC News
  208. Caffeine Intake -- Even Dad's -- Linked to Miscarriage, Study Says - Philly.com
  209. Sprout investors say Valeant prices 'female Viagra' too high: Bloomberg
  210. Wolf pack kills 19 Wyoming elk in one night - Fox News
  211. Sexually transmitted Zika: New advice for staying safe - CBS News
  212. BRIEF-Zimmer Biomet says DoJ and SEC continue to evaluate its past conduct in Brazil and Mexico
  213. Fruit juice isn't much better for you than soda. Let's stop pretending otherwise. - Vox
  214. Skier Picabo Street to be cleared of assaulting father: attorney
  215. Bail Reversed for JetBlue Flight Attendant Marsha Reynolds on Cocaine-Possession Charge - ABC News
  216. Simple solutions for overweight kids to lose weight as the weather warms up
  217. Donald Trump v. Hillary Clinton: A tale of 2 books - Washington Post
  218. Jimmy Kimmel's campaign slogan suggestions for Hillary Clinton: 'Netflix and Hill,' 'Take a Hill Pill' - Los Angeles Times
  219. Brussels attacks: Suspect wounded, arrested in Belgian police operation - CNN
  220. New York-Based Siblings Killed in Brussels Were 'Sweet And Wonderful' - NBCNews.com
  221. Syrian troops retake Palmyra Castle from ISIS, state media report - CNN International
  222. Tom Green to Help Man Arrested for Failing to Return a Freddy Got Fingered VHS from 2002 - People Magazine
  223. Bangladesh Considers Abandoning Islam as State Religion, Thousands of Radical Muslims Threaten Bloodshed
  224. U.S. health officials tell couples exposed to Zika to wait to conceive
  225. IAAF not protective of drug cheats, says Coe
  226. Federer pulls out of Miami Open with virus
  227. Ex-Honduran president to plead guilty in U.S. FIFA case
  228. Russian walk coach Chegin banned for life
  229. Russian Martynova to appeal against drugs ban
  230. UPDATE 1-U.S. health officials tell couples exposed to Zika to wait to conceive
  231. U.S. health officials tell couples exposed to Zika to wait to conceive
  232. Belgian Police Shoot Suspect as Europe Cracks Down on Terrorism
  233. Sex in a time of Zika: CDC issues ever-more detailed guidelines - Washington Post
  234. Caffeine Intake -- Even Dad's -- Linked to Miscarriage, Study Says - Philly.com
  235. Adults Don't Need Tetanus Shot Every Decade: Study - Philly.com
  236. Fruit juice isn't much better for you than soda. Let's stop pretending otherwise. - Vox
  237. Leah Still Has Been In Remission For One Full Year - CBS Local
  238. The psychology and neuroscience of terrorism - CNN
  239. Is there lead in your chocolate? - CNN
  240. Brain stimulation may help people with anorexia - UPI.com
  241. Suicide blast kills 29 at Iraq football stadium; ISIS claims responsibility - Fox News
  242. New York-Based Siblings Killed in Brussels Were 'Sweet And Wonderful' - NBCNews.com
  243. Prosecutor: Wrong man convicted in oldest cold case to go to trial - CNN
  244. Jimmy Kimmel Critiques Hillary Clinton's Speech Style: 'You're Making a Speech, Not an Arrest' - People Magazine
  245. Stewardess in Cocaine Case Will Be Sent Back to California - ABC News
  246. Zika Virus Was in Brazil a Year Before It Was Detected - Discovery News
  247. Pentagon: ISIS finance minister killed - CNN
  248. Brussels attacks: Suspect wounded, arrested in Belgian police operation - CNN
  249. BRIEF-Onxeo closes DNA Therapeutics acquisition
  250. Senate's request for info from Ackman related to Valeant-source