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  1. For the Record: The Senate-ish edition - USA TODAY
  2. Exclusive: US sees new Chinese activity around South China Sea shoal - Reuters
  3. Turkey says hopeful for migrant deal with EU leaders - Reuters
  4. Sanders: I wouldn't have picked Garland for Supreme Court - Politico
  5. North Korean Missile Launch Repeats History of Provocations - Voice of America
  6. Obama's Cuba visit to augur a 'new beginning' between nations - Los Angeles Times
  7. Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland has a record of restraint, not activism - Los Angeles Times
  8. Captured American Mohamad Khweis Talks About His Time With ISIS - NBCNews.com
  9. BRIEF-Sinocare's shares to halt trade pending restructuring plan
  10. BRIEF-1nkemia gets approval for food supplements project
  11. BRIEF-Revenio prepares to submit new sales permit application for the US
  12. Bumble Bee Foods, Tri-Union Seafoods Recall Canned Chunk Light Tuna - CBS Local
  13. What to know about the tropical Zika virus in Latin America - Washington Post
  14. St. Johns County gets some top health rankings - St. Augustine Record
  15. MIT scientists find evidence that Alzheimer's 'lost memories' may one day be recoverable - Washington Post
  16. School Breakfast Programs Vital, Even if Some Kids Also Eat at Home - Lompoc Record
  17. What to know about the tropical Zika virus in Latin America - Washington Post
  18. Bumble Bee Foods, Tri-Union Seafoods Recall Canned Chunk Light Tuna - CBS Local
  19. Turkey says hopeful for migrant deal with EU leaders - Reuters
  20. FBI: IS group inspired California student in stabbings - Charlotte Observer
  21. The most hated man in Congress: Ted Cruz's laughable difficulty in landing endorsements from Senate colleagues - Salon
  22. Construction worker dies in 800-foot fall from Los Angeles skyscraper - Fox News
  23. Obama: Refusal To Consider Nominee Damages Public's Faith In The Judiciary - NPR
  24. North Korean Missile Launch Repeats History of Provocations - Voice of America
  25. Captured American Mohamad Khweis Talks About His Time With ISIS - NBCNews.com
  26. BRIEF-BioGaia says analysis confirms effectiveness of BioGaia ProDentis in periodontitis
  27. BRIEF-Tianjin Ringpu Bio-technology gets regulatory approval for private placement
  28. BRIEF-Medical Prognosis Institute FY revenue up at DKK 5.8 million
  29. Rain dashes hopes of Vettel statement
  30. Guinea confirms 2 new Ebola cases, 3 probable in southeast - Washington Post
  31. St. Johns County gets some top health rankings - St. Augustine Record
  32. Food for thought: More students need to eat breakfast - The Altamont Enterprise
  33. Washington docs who take pharma money prescribe more brand-name drugs, analysis shows - The Seattle Times
  34. This Week In Pharma: GW Pharma's Epidiolex And Who Will Put An End To Peanut Allergies? - Seeking Alpha
  35. Official says lion injures 1 after straying from Kenya park - Greensboro News & Record
  36. Ravens cornerback Walker injured in motorcycle crash
  37. Angola's yellow fever death toll rises to 158: WHO
  38. North Korea launches ballistic missiles - CNN
  39. Captured American ISIS fighter says, 'I was not thinking straight' - Fox News
  40. Construction worker dies in 800-foot fall from Los Angeles skyscraper - Fox News
  41. The Daily Trail: Inside the conservative anti-Trump strategy meeting - Washington Post
  42. USC falters at the finish in NCAA tournament loss to Providence - Los Angeles Times
  43. RPT-Australia arrests Chinese nationals for importing drugs
  44. UPDATE 1-UK Stocks-Factors to watch on March 18
  45. Angola's yellow fever death toll rises to 158 - WHO
  46. Australia arrests Chinese nationals for importing drugs
  47. BRIEF-Biotie Therapies Q4 operating loss narrows to EUR 7.2 mln
  48. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on March 18
  49. Sanders Says He Has a 'Path Toward Victory' Against Clinton - ABC News
  50. BRIEF-Neuron Bio extends patent application for Alzheimer diagnosis
  51. BRIEF-Galapagos presents filgotinib results at ECCO
  52. Guinea confirms 2 new Ebola cases, 3 probable in southeast - Washington Post
  53. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  54. What to know about the tropical Zika virus in Latin America - Washington Post
  55. St. Johns County gets some top health rankings - St. Augustine Record
  56. Food for thought: More students need to eat breakfast - The Altamont Enterprise
  57. Washington docs who take pharma money prescribe more brand-name drugs, analysis shows - The Seattle Times
  58. This Week In Pharma: GW Pharma's Epidiolex And Who Will Put An End To Peanut Allergies? - Seeking Alpha
  59. Man in Skyscraper Fall Not Supposed to Be on Upper Floors - ABC News
  60. Frank Gaffney & More of Ted Cruzs Crazy Advisers - Daily Beast
  61. FBI: IS Group Inspired California Student in Stabbings - ABC News
  62. Performer catches fire during high school pep rally - KABC-TV
  63. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  64. What to know about the tropical Zika virus in Latin America - Washington Post
  65. Bernie Sanders to Sheriff Arpaio: 'Watch out, Joe' - USA TODAY
  66. BRIEF-Menba Holding FY revenue jumps to 123.6 mln lira
  67. BRIEF-Epigenomics FY 2015 total revenue up by 38 pct to 2.1 mln euros
  68. BRIEF-S H L Telemedicine FY 2015 revenue grows by double digits
  69. BRIEF-Celyad notifies intention to file marketing authorization application for C-Cure
  70. UK Stocks-Factors to watch on March 18
  71. Formula One's 'Halo' protection device on track for 2017
  72. Suhr, Lavillenie vault to indoor world glory
  73. Guinea confirms 2 new Ebola cases, 3 probable in southeast - Washington Post
  74. St. Johns County gets some top health rankings - St. Augustine Record
  75. N. Korea fires ballistic missile into sea, ignoring UN ban - Washington Post
  76. Tomb radar: King Tut's burial chamber shows hidden rooms - Savannah Morning News
  77. Pot-based drug Epidiolex found to be good at reducing epileptic seizures - MicroCap Magazine
  78. Food for thought: More students need to eat breakfast - The Altamont Enterprise
  79. Washington docs who take pharma money prescribe more brand-name drugs, analysis shows - The Seattle Times
  80. Guinea confirms 2 new Ebola cases, 3 probable in southeast - Washington Post
  81. What to know about the tropical Zika virus in Latin America - Washington Post
  82. Giant killer Goffin sets up Raonic semi at Indian Wells
  83. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  84. Big Indonesia investment-rules changes to take effect soon - official
  85. BRIEF-Baker Bros Advisors reports 12.6 pct stake in Incyte Corp
  86. Bernie Sanders accuses an Arizona sheriff of 'un-American' tactics - Washington Post
  87. DC's decade-old problem of lead in water gets new attention during Flint crisis - Washington Post
  88. North Korea launches ballistic missiles - CNN
  89. Brazil's crisis deepens as judge blocks Silva's appointment - Washington Post
  90. Man killed in LA skyscraper fall had no work on upper floors - Fort Worth Star Telegram
  91. Performer catches fire during high school pep rally - KABC-TV
  92. WATCH: Providence wins thriller vs. Southern Cal with last-second layup - CBSSports.com
  93. St. Johns County gets some top health rankings - St. Augustine Record
  94. Germany's Bayer wins US FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy - Reuters
  95. Washington docs who take pharma money prescribe more brand-name drugs, analysis shows - The Seattle Times
  96. Food for thought: More students need to eat breakfast - The Altamont Enterprise
  97. BRIEF-Carbylan Therapeutics engages Wedbush Pacgrow to advise on strategic alternatives
  98. Spurs stop Trail Blazers to extend home streak
  99. Lowry, DeRozan lead Raptors past Pacers
  100. White Storks' Migration Patterns Affected By Landfills In Europe Filled With 'Junk Food'
  101. 2 Test Positive for Ebola in Guinea - TIME
  102. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  103. To Stop Zika, Aedes Aegypti Mosquito Must Be Controlled - Voice of America
  104. Azarenka serves up 'double bagel' to reach semis
  105. Hamilton fastest in opening free practice
  106. Korean trailblazer Pak to retire at season's end
  107. Hillary Clinton wins Missouri, securing a clean sweep of Tuesday's primaries - Washington Post
  108. EPA's McCarthy stands up to claims her agency is responsible for Flint water crisis - Washington Post
  109. Anti-Trump Forces Favoring Cruz Over Kasich - RealClearPolitics
  110. Man Killed in LA Skyscraper Fall Had No Work on Upper Floors - ABC News
  111. WATCH: Providence wins thriller vs. Southern Cal with last-second layup - CBSSports.com
  112. Rob Ford, Toronto's Controversial But Complicated Ex-Mayor, Is In Grave Condition - Huffington Post
  113. St. Johns County gets some top health rankings - St. Augustine Record
  114. Standing desks 'unlikely to make workers healthier' - Evening Standard
  115. Memory Retrieval, Not Storage, Hinders Mouse Models of Alzheimer's - Alzforum
  116. Food for thought: More students need to eat breakfast - The Altamont Enterprise
  117. Opioids: What is being done locally - KOLO
  118. Marin continues its reign as the healthiest county in California - San Jose Mercury News
  119. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  120. 2 Test Positive for Ebola in Guinea - TIME
  121. Ravens' Tray Walker critically injured in motorbike crash - NFL.com
  122. Fire-stunt at school pep rally engulfs man in flames - Sun Sentinel
  123. Construction worker dies in fall from Los Angeles skyscraper - The Seattle Times
  124. FBI: UC Merced Stabbing Suspect May Have Been Inspired By ISIL - CBS Local
  125. Defiant North Korea fires ballistic missile into sea, Japan protests - Reuters
  126. EPA's McCarthy stands up to claims her agency is responsible for Flint water crisis - Washington Post
  127. Hillary Clinton wins Missouri primary, days after ballots are cast - Los Angeles Times
  128. Washington docs who take pharma money prescribe more brand-name drugs, analysis shows - The Seattle Times
  129. Memory Retrieval, Not Storage, Hinders Mouse Models of Alzheimer's - Alzforum
  130. Food for thought: More students need to eat breakfast - The Altamont Enterprise
  131. Your yard may be a haven for Zika-carrying mosquitoes. Here's what to do. - NOLA.com
  132. And Utah's healthiest county is ... - Salt Lake Tribune
  133. Day uses late eagle to vault into Bay Hill lead
  134. Heptathlon world record could be in Eaton's plans
  135. Hillary Clinton wins Missouri, securing a clean sweep of Tuesday's primaries - Washington Post
  136. EPA's McCarthy stands up to claims her agency is responsible for Flint water crisis - Washington Post
  137. The Stop Trump Movement Limps Forward - NBCNews.com
  138. Defiant North Korea fires ballistic missile into sea, Japan protests - Reuters
  139. Yale schools Baylor; Big comeback for Little Rock over Purdue - CBS News
  140. Witness describes moment when worker plummeted to death at Wilshire Grand hotel - Los Angeles Times
  141. To Stop Zika, Aedes Aegypti Mosquito Must Be Controlled - Voice of America
  142. 2 Test Positive for Ebola in Guinea - TIME
  143. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  144. CDC releases new guidelines for doctors prescribing painkillers, opioids - KETV Omaha
  145. Memory Retrieval, Not Storage, Hinders Mouse Models of Alzheimer's - Alzforum
  146. 2 Breakfasts May Be Better Than None For School Kids - NPR
  147. Washington docs who take pharma money prescribe more brand-name drugs, analysis shows - The Seattle Times
  148. And Utah's healthiest county is ... - Salt Lake Tribune
  149. Kendrick Foundation feature: Ready Set Quit Tobacco - Reporter-Times
  150. Mosquitoes could spread Zika in dozens of US cities - CBS News
  151. Germany's Bayer wins US FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy - Reuters
  152. 2 Test Positive for Ebola in Guinea - TIME
  153. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  154. UC Merced attacker was inspired by Islamic State and likely 'self-radicalized,' FBI says - Los Angeles Times
  155. In continued show of defiance, North Korea conducts another missile launch - Washington Post
  156. In private, Obama warns of Bernie Sanders' flagging campaign - CBS News
  157. EPA's McCarthy stands up to claims her agency is responsible for Flint water crisis - Washington Post
  158. Senate Democrats slam Republican blockade as Garland visits Capitol Hill - Washington Post
  159. CDC releases new guidelines for doctors prescribing painkillers, opioids - KETV Omaha
  160. Drug-Company Payments Mirror Doctors' Brand-Name Prescribing - NPR
  161. EU agrees stance on Turkey migrant deal - Boston Herald
  162. Hillary Clinton wins Missouri, securing a clean sweep of March 15 primaries - Washington Post
  163. Senate Democrats slam Republican blockade as Garland visits Capitol Hill - Washington Post
  164. Your yard may be a haven for Zika-carrying mosquitoes. Here's what to do. - NOLA.com
  165. EPA's McCarthy stands up to claims her agency is responsible for Flint water crisis - Washington Post
  166. Construction worker dies after falling 53 stories from downtown LA high-rise - Los Angeles Times
  167. UPDATE 1-Guinea says two people tested positive for Ebola - Reuters
  168. In private, Obama warns of Bernie Sanders' flagging campaign - CBS News
  169. SeaWorld to end all theatrical shows and captive breeding of killer whales - San Jose Mercury News
  170. North Korea launches ballistic missile - CNN
  171. New dengue vaccine shows promise - CNN
  172. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  173. Germany's Bayer wins US FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy - Reuters
  174. Marin continues its reign as the healthiest county in California - San Jose Mercury News
  175. OptumRx signs deal with Walgreens to grow in-store prescriptions - Reuters
  176. Michigan death after infection linked to Wisconsin outbreak - Washington Post
  177. Conservatives plot Trump demise as he eyes Arizona win - Washington Post
  178. Gold medals easier to win than fan trust at world indoor athletics
  179. BRIEF-Organigram promotes Peter Hanson as interim CFO
  180. Federer to make return at next week's Miami Open
  181. Brazil: Judge suspends swearing-in of former president Lula to Cabinet post - CNN International
  182. The Latest: Trainers say SeaWorld is committed to orca care - Washington Post
  183. Overnight Energy: Congress slams Michigan, EPA on Flint - The Hill
  184. Senate Democrats slam Republican blockade as Garland visits Capitol Hill - Washington Post
  185. Ryan says open GOP convention 'more likely' - Fox News
  186. Clinton vs. Trump: Consider 3 Factors - Huffington Post
  187. MIT scientists find evidence that Alzheimer's 'lost memories' may one day be recoverable - Washington Post
  188. BRIEF-Capricor Therapeutics Q4 loss per share $0.21
  189. Keep an eye on children's calories, researchers say
  190. BRIEF-Steven loranger appointed to Edwards Lifesciences board
  191. BRIEF-Amedica corporation reports Q4 results
  192. BRIEF-Acorda Therapeutics says court issued markman ruling in lawsuits filed by co
  193. BRIEF-HCP says CEO's 2015 total compensation was $6.9 million
  194. BRIEF-Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology Q4 loss $0.17/share
  195. BRIEF-HCA Holdings CEO Milton Johnson's fy 2015 total compensation $17.8 mln
  196. Cocaine use may increase risk of stroke for young people
  197. Getting abortions in Texas has become harder for some women
  198. BRIEF-Health Canada says is conducting review of drug Zydelig
  199. UPDATE 1-Guinea says two people tested positive for Ebola - Reuters
  200. Marin continues its reign as the healthiest county in California - San Jose Mercury News
  201. Your yard may be a haven for Zika-carrying mosquitoes. Here's what to do. - NOLA.com
  202. Germany's Bayer wins US FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy - Reuters
  203. Tuna canners recall 34000 cases for possible contamination - Los Angeles Times
  204. US-made dengue vaccine 100 percent effective in small study - Reuters
  205. Michigan death after infection linked to Wisconsin outbreak - Washington Post
  206. Here's why SeaWorld probably won't release its whales into the wild - Los Angeles Times
  207. Senate Democrats slam Republican blockade as Garland visits Capitol Hill - Washington Post
  208. Snyder blames bureaucrats, EPA faults state in Flint crisis - Washington Post
  209. Brazil: Judge suspends swearing-in of former president Lula to Cabinet post - CNN International
  210. Obama to visit Britain, Saudi Arabia after insults - Washington Times
  211. Neighborhood rats as depressing as crime, study finds - UPI.com
  212. Ryan says open GOP convention 'more likely' - Fox News
  213. Portion control: Cells found in mouse brain that signal 'stop eating'
  214. BRIEF-Perrigo CEO Joseph Papa's 2015 total compensation was $11.5 mln
  215. Guinea says two people tested positive for Ebola
  216. Cameron declares Brussels victory to end "tampon tax"
  217. S&P says it may cut Ackman hedge fund's rating
  218. Background checks, bullet tracking could curb gun deaths
  219. Guinea says two people tested positive for Ebola
  220. WHO: Ebola Transmission Halted - MedPage Today
  221. MIT scientists find evidence that Alzheimer's 'lost memories' may one day be recoverable - Washington Post
  222. Michigan death after infection linked to Wisconsin outbreak - Washington Post
  223. Mosquitoes could spread Zika in dozens of US cities - CBS News
  224. Bumble Bee recalls 31K cases of canned tuna due to spoilage concerns - AL.com
  225. Standing desks not proven healthier, research shows - KVUE.com
  226. Construction worker dies in fall from Los Angeles skyscraper - Bryan-College Station Eagle
  227. 4 Reasons Paul Ryan Won't Be the Republican Nominee - TIME
  228. Newark school system set to test children for lead
  229. Cat stem cell trial could lead to human treatments
  230. Newark school system set to test children for lead
  231. Neighborhood rats as depressing as crime, study finds - UPI.com
  232. Scientists: Memories lost to Alzheimer's may be recoverable - UPI.com
  233. Dead Michigan resident had bacteria linked to Wisconsin outbreak - Reuters
  234. The Nomination of Merrick Garland Is a Victory for Judicial Restraint - The Atlantic
  235. Here's why SeaWorld probably won't release its whales into the wild - Los Angeles Times
  236. As Kerry condemns ISIS genocide, calls to recognize something else: Femicide - Washington Post
  237. The 9 most heated moments from Rick Snyder's congressional hearing on the Flint water crisis - Washington Post
  238. Graham backs Cruz, calling him best alternative to Trump - Washington Post
  239. Protests mark Brazil's Lula swearing-in, judge tries to block appointment - Reuters
  240. Mosquitoes could spread Zika in dozens of US cities - CBS News
  241. Bumble Bee recalls 31K cases of canned tuna due to spoilage concerns - AL.com
  242. New Dengue Vaccine May Form Basis for Zika Vaccine - NBCNews.com
  243. Scaffold allows scientists to grow brain cells for transplants - UPI.com
  244. A radical proposal for how Republicans could try to stop Donald Trump - Washington Post
  245. King Tut's tomb: '90%' chance of hidden chambers - CNN International
  246. BRIEF-Tigenix presents update of CX601 phase III trial
  247. Cuba's Cold Shoulder - Bloomberg
  248. Dead Michigan resident had bacteria linked to Wisconsin outbreak - Reuters
  249. Germany's Bayer wins US FDA approval for hemophilia A therapy - Reuters
  250. It's not just Flint. Lead taints water across the US, EPA records show - Washington Post