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  1. Violence Creeps Up in Syria - Wall Street Journal
  2. What a Donald Trump presidency might actually look like - Los Angeles Times
  3. What Hillary Clinton's massive win among black voters really says - Washington Post
  4. BRIEF-Hualan Biological Engineering's preliminary net profit up 9.6 pct in 2015
  5. Puerto Rico braces for wave of mosquito-borne Zika virus - Redding Record Searchlight
  6. Cleveland Clinic performs first uterus transplant in US - PerfScience
  7. Number of flu cases spike in Louisiana - The Advocate
  8. State Confirms Mumps Cases In Saint Anselm Students - New Hampshire Public Radio
  9. "Truly stunning" findings on transgender kids' mental health - CBS News
  10. Officer fatally shot on her first day on the street in Prince William County - Washington Post
  11. Floor tiles, water fountains, clinic doors weigh on Texas abortion case
  12. Indian man stabs 14 family members to death, hangs self - CBS News
  13. Oscars 2016: 7 Things You Need to Know - E! Online
  14. 'Ridiculous' Curry does it again for playoff-bound Warriors - USA TODAY
  15. Obesity Can Make You Forget You've Eaten, Apparently - Modern Readers
  16. U.S. court test on abortion reflects success of strategy shift
  17. 3 stabbed at Ku Klux Klan rally in California: 'All hell broke loose' - Chicago Tribune
  18. BRIEF-Beijing SL Pharma's 2015 net profit down 12.1 pct
  19. BRIEF-Cachet Pharma's shares to debut trade in Shenzhen on Mar 1
  20. What Hillary Clinton's massive win among black voters really says - Washington Post
  21. Tragic end to domestic dispute for brand new Va. cop - CBS News
  22. Violence Flares Up in Syria - Wall Street Journal
  23. What a Donald Trump presidency might actually look like - Los Angeles Times
  24. Increase in UK tooth extractions is disappointing: NHS Chief says - Maine News Online
  25. 7-Month-Old Infant Gets Heart Transplant After Going Into Cardiac Arrest - Tech Times
  26. Puerto Rico braces for wave of mosquito-borne Zika virus - Redding Record Searchlight
  27. Number of flu cases spike in Louisiana - The Advocate
  28. State Confirms Mumps Cases In Saint Anselm Students - New Hampshire Public Radio
  29. “High-risk Sexual activity” prompts ban on sale of energy drinks at Vermont college - BABW News
  30. Cleveland Clinic performs first uterus transplant in US - PerfScience
  31. Baby's Last-Second Heart Transplant Dubbed a 'Miracle' By His Parents - Modern Readers
  32. Increase in UK tooth extractions is disappointing: NHS Chief says - Maine News Online
  33. Obesity Associated With Poorer Episodic Memory - CDA News
  34. Thompson reaches new heights after big win in Thailand
  35. What a Donald Trump presidency might actually look like - Los Angeles Times
  36. 3 stabbed when violence erupts at KKK rally in California - Washington Post
  37. Tragic end to domestic dispute for brand new Va. cop - CBS News
  38. Rights group reports airstrikes in Syria - CNN
  39. Indian man allegedly kills 14 family members with a knife, then hangs self - CNN
  40. What time are the Oscars? Everything you need to know to watch the 88th Academy Awards - Los Angeles Times
  41. Hillary Clinton Wins A Resounding Victory In South Carolina - Huffington Post
  42. Ex-CIA, NSA Head: If 'President Trump' Implements Certain Campaign Promises, U.S. Military 'Would Refuse to Act' - TheBlaze.com
  43. Puerto Rico braces for wave of mosquito-borne Zika virus - Redding Record Searchlight
  44. Number of flu cases spike in Louisiana - The Advocate
  45. Cleveland Clinic performs first uterus transplant in US - PerfScience
  46. Energy Drinks Banned at Vermont College Due to 'High Risk Sexual Activity' - Modern Readers
  47. State Confirms Mumps Cases In Saint Anselm Students - New Hampshire Public Radio
  48. Infant Gets Life-Saving Heart Transplant Moments After Going Into Cardiac Arrest - ABC News
  49. Increase in UK tooth extractions is disappointing: NHS Chief says - Maine News Online
  50. Obesity Associated With Poorer Episodic Memory - CDA News
  51. Indian man allegedly kills 14 family members with a knife, then hangs self - CNN
  52. A blunt defense of interrogations, targeted killings and domestic spying - Washington Post
  53. Rights group reports airstrikes in Syria - CNN
  54. Zimbabwe president has huge birthday celebration as starving country looks on - Fox News
  55. Ku Klux Klan rally in California erupts in violence; 3 stabbed, 1 critically - Chicago Tribune
  56. What a Donald Trump presidency might actually look like - Los Angeles Times
  57. Hillary Clinton Wins A Resounding Victory In South Carolina - Huffington Post
  58. Steady Oosthuizen claims one-stroke win in Perth
  59. Puerto Rico braces for wave of mosquito-borne Zika virus - Medical Xpress
  60. Cleveland Clinic performs first uterus transplant in US - PerfScience
  61. 2 Cases Of Mumps On Saint Anselm College Campus In Manchester, NH - CBS Local
  62. Allowing transgender children to live freely with gender they identify with will make them psychologically stronger - NH Voice
  63. Number of flu cases spike in Louisiana - The Advocate
  64. Puerto Rico braces for wave of mosquito-borne Zika virus - Medical Xpress
  65. French great Cammas impressed by Ainslie in Oman
  66. A Truce in Syria - The New Yorker
  67. Former CIA Director: Trump's foreign policy “would be in violation of all international laws of armed combat” - Salon
  68. Indian man hangs himself after killing 14 family members with butcher's knife - Fox News
  69. Donald Trump scolded for remarks about Trump University lawsuit judge - CBS News
  70. Montana girl still missing, law enforcement updates public - KTVQ Billings News
  71. Obesity Associated With Poorer Episodic Memory - CDA News
  72. Increase in UK tooth extractions is disappointing: NHS Chief says - Maine News Online
  73. Miracle: Infant going into cardiac arrest saved by last-minute heart transplant [VIDEO] - Morning Ticker
  74. First US uterus transplant succesfully performed - Pulse Headlines
  75. 2 Cases Of Mumps On Saint Anselm College Campus In Manchester, NH - CBS Local
  76. Allowing transgender children to live freely with gender they identify with will make them psychologically stronger - NH Voice
  77. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  78. Miracle: Infant going into cardiac arrest saved by last-minute heart transplant [VIDEO] - Morning Ticker
  79. Increase in UK tooth extractions is disappointing: NHS Chief says - Maine News Online
  80. Obesity Associated With Poorer Episodic Memory - CDA News
  81. The Latest: Obama offers condolences after Kansas shootings - Appeal-Democrat
  82. Kasich: I'm dropping out if I don't win Ohio - Palm Beach Post
  83. Florida will play key role in GOP presidential race - USA TODAY
  84. Officer fatally shot on her first day on street in Prince William County, Va. - Washington Post
  85. All lanes of 5 Freeway in Commerce reopened after fatal crash - Los Angeles Times
  86. A Truce in Syria - The New Yorker
  87. Ku Klux Klan rally in California erupts in violence; 3 stabbed, 1 critically - Chicago Tribune
  88. Hillary Clinton Wins A Resounding Victory In South Carolina - Huffington Post
  89. FIFA head Infantino must mend bridges, sort out finances
  90. Puerto Rico braces for wave of mosquito-borne Zika virus - Medical Xpress
  91. First US uterus transplant succesfully performed - Pulse Headlines
  92. 2 Cases Of Mumps On Saint Anselm College Campus In Manchester, NH - CBS Local
  93. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  94. Number of flu cases spike in Louisiana - The Advocate
  95. Puerto Rico braces for wave of mosquito-borne Zika virus - Business Insider
  96. Infant Gets Life-Saving Heart Transplant Moments After Going Into Cardiac Arrest - ABC News
  97. Cruz, Rubio escalate case against Trump - Washington Post
  98. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Science 2.0
  99. Decayed teeth removed from 128000 children in England since 2011 - The Guardian
  100. Republican, Democratic precinct caucuses to be held Tuesday - The Durango Herald
  101. Salt Lake police battle rock throwers after shooting - USA TODAY
  102. Reformists in Lead as Iran's Parliamentary Vote Counting Continues - Voice of America
  103. Southbound lanes of 5 Freeway in Commerce reopened - Los Angeles Times
  104. A Truce in Syria - The New Yorker
  105. Hillary Clinton Wins A Resounding Victory In South Carolina - Huffington Post
  106. First US uterus transplant succesfully performed - Pulse Headlines
  107. 2 Cases Of Mumps On Saint Anselm College Campus In Manchester, NH - CBS Local
  108. Muscle-sparing abdominal flaps can reduce complications in women undergoing breast reconstruction - News-Medical.net
  109. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  110. Don't Forget About Obamacare's Medicaid Bonanza - Nasdaq
  111. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  112. Salt Lake City police battle rock-throwers after shooting - CBS News
  113. First US uterus transplant succesfully performed - Pulse Headlines
  114. Miracle: Infant going into cardiac arrest saved by last-minute heart transplant [VIDEO] - Morning Ticker
  115. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Science 2.0
  116. Super Tuesday: What you need to know - CBS News
  117. The Latest: Woman charged with providing guns to shooter - Miami Herald
  118. A Truce in Syria - The New Yorker
  119. Officer fatally shot on her first day on street in Prince William County, Va. - Washington Post
  120. 2 Cases Of Mumps On Saint Anselm College Campus In Manchester, NH - CBS Local
  121. Rubio, Cruz release past five years of tax returns - Washington Post
  122. Hillary Clinton Wins A Resounding Victory In South Carolina - Huffington Post
  123. Curry delivers again as Warriors beat Thunder
  124. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  125. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  126. 7-month-old baby gets life-saving heart transplant - Pulse Headlines
  127. Rubio, Cruz release past five years of tax returns - Washington Post
  128. New Virginia police officer killed in line of duty - CBS News
  129. The Terror Group That Could Ruin Syria's Ceasefire Isn't ISIS - Huffington Post
  130. 3 things we learned from that improbable Warriors win over the Thunder - SB Nation
  131. Report: Peyton Manning to acknowledge he's retiring - NFL.com
  132. The Latest: Irish confirm national popular vote in election - Washington Post
  133. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  134. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Science 2.0
  135. First US uterus transplant succesfully performed - Pulse Headlines
  136. Is depression breaking your heart? - Your Houston News
  137. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  138. 7-month-old baby gets life-saving heart transplant - Pulse Headlines
  139. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  140. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Science 2.0
  141. Boston Marathon movie won't recreate shootout in Watertown - Tulsa World
  142. Alabama statehouse to Birmingham: No, you can't raise the minimum wage - Christian Science Monitor
  143. 3 Deltona Middle School students accused of poisoning teacher - Firstcoastnews.com
  144. Police officer shot fatally in Prince William; two others wounded - Washington Post
  145. Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupts in violence; 3 are stabbed and 13 arrested - Los Angeles Times
  146. Cruz, Rubio lash out at Trump on the trail - Washington Post
  147. The Latest: Clinton collects 39 delegates with SC victory - Washington Post
  148. Quarterback Manning to announce retirement, report says
  149. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  150. First US uterus transplant succesfully performed - Pulse Headlines
  151. Is depression breaking your heart? - Your Houston News
  152. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  153. 7-month-old baby gets life-saving heart transplant - Pulse Headlines
  154. Report: Peyton Manning to acknowledge he's retiring - NFL.com
  155. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  156. Being Overweight Linked To Poorer Memory - Science 2.0
  157. Three officers shot, wounded in Prince William County - Washington Post
  158. Boston Marathon movie won't recreate shootout in Watertown - Tulsa World
  159. 3 Deltona Middle School students accused of poisoning teacher - Firstcoastnews.com
  160. As Trump rolls into 'Super Tuesday,' Rubio hopes to hang on - Washington Post
  161. Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupts in violence; 3 are stabbed and 13 arrested - Los Angeles Times
  162. The Latest: Sanders congratulates Clinton on SC victory - Washington Post
  163. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  164. Birthdays slow to add up for leap day babies - Colorado Springs Gazette
  165. First US Uterus Transplant Gives Hope to Women With Rare Condition - KMBZ
  166. Is depression breaking your heart? - Your Houston News
  167. This season's flu vaccine is nearly 60% effective so far, CDC says - wtkr.com
  168. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  169. First Uterus Transplant Performed In Cleveland - Counsel & Heal
  170. 3 Stocks Warren Buffett Added To Last Quarter - Motley Fool
  171. 7-month-old baby gets life-saving heart transplant - Pulse Headlines
  172. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  173. Episodic Memory More Likely to Be Faulty when Patients are Obese - Lighthouse News Daily
  174. A blunt defense of interrogations, targeted killings and domestic spying - Washington Post
  175. Iranian Election Returns Show Strong Support for Moderates - Bloomberg
  176. Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupts in violence; three stabbed, 13 arrested - Los Angeles Times
  177. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  178. As Trump rolls into 'Super Tuesday,' Rubio hopes to hang on - Washington Post
  179. The Terror Group That Could Ruin Syria's Ceasefire Isn't ISIS - Huffington Post
  180. South Carolina primary: Hillary Clinton projected to win - Washington Post
  181. Keflezighi sets sights for Rio marathon at age 41
  182. Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen kill over 30, mostly civilians - Washington Post
  183. 7-month-old baby gets life-saving heart transplant - Pulse Headlines
  184. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  185. South Carolina primary: Hillary Clinton projected to win - Washington Post
  186. Cruz, Rubio lash out at Trump on the trail - Washington Post
  187. Cease-fire brings relative quiet to Syria despite breaches - Salt Lake Tribune
  188. Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupts in violence; three stabbed, 13 arrested - Los Angeles Times
  189. Rouhani, moderates make big gains in Iran, early polls results indicate - Washington Post
  190. Berkshire Hathaway's Q4 Earnings Show Buffett Still Has It - Huffington Post
  191. Boston Marathon Movie Won't Recreate Shootout in Watertown - ABC News
  192. Obesity Linked To Poor Memory Performance In New Cambridge Study - Immortal News
  193. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  194. Birthdays slow to add up for leap day babies - Colorado Springs Gazette
  195. First US uterus transplant gives hope to women with rare condition - WTOP
  196. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  197. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  198. Obesity Linked To Poor Memory Performance In New Cambridge Study - Immortal News
  199. Somber mood grips a small Kansas town after attack at lawn-mower plant - Washington Post
  200. The Latest: Irish premier aims to keep power in new alliance - Washington Post
  201. Watertown says 'Cut!' - Boston Herald
  202. Berkshire Hathaway's Q4 Earnings Show Buffett Still Has It - Huffington Post
  203. Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupts in violence; three stabbed, 13 arrested - Los Angeles Times
  204. Guns fall mostly silent as delicate Syria truce takes effect - Reuters
  205. As Trump rolls into 'Super Tuesday,' Rubio hopes to hang on - Washington Post
  206. South Carolina primary: Democrats vote as Clinton, Sanders head out of state - Washington Post
  207. Scott and Garcia share Honda Classic lead
  208. Infant gets heart transplant moments after going into cardiac arrest - WTOP
  209. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  210. First US uterus transplant gives hope to women with rare condition - WTOP
  211. Birthdays slow to add up for leap day babies - Colorado Springs Gazette
  212. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  213. Infant gets heart transplant moments after going into cardiac arrest - WTOP
  214. NHS official calls spike in UK tooth extractions "disappointing" - Modern Readers
  215. Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupts in violence; three stabbed - Los Angeles Times
  216. Clinton eyes big win in S. Carolina; Sanders shifts focus - Washington Post
  217. An urgent Cruz, trying to catch up to Trump, calls March 1 the 'most important day' in GOP race - Washington Post
  218. Guns fall silent in Syria - Reuters
  219. Four killed by Washington state gunman included his wife, her two sons - Yahoo News
  220. Iran election: Moderates poised to make gains in high-stakes vote - CNN
  221. Warren Buffett defends 3G, touts economy in record year for Berkshire - Reuters
  222. Research Connects Obesity with Poor Memory Function in Young Adults - Modern Readers
  223. 9 US pregnant women infected with Zika being tracked by CDC - NOLA.com
  224. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  225. First US uterus transplant gives hope to women with rare condition - WTOP
  226. Super lice' – What you need to know - WATE 6 On Your Side
  227. Is depression breaking your heart? - Your Houston News
  228. SC Democrats head to the polls; Clinton, Sanders head out of state - Washington Post
  229. Number of children requiring dental care keeps rising in England - Pulse Headlines
  230. Research Connects Obesity with Poor Memory Function in Young Adults - Modern Readers
  231. 9 US pregnant women infected with Zika being tracked by CDC - NOLA.com
  232. Russia's opposition is still looking for who killed its leader - Washington Post
  233. Berkshire Says Earnings Increased 21% in 2015 - Wall Street Journal
  234. Disneyland 'demand pricing' will cost you $5 less on slow days and $20 more when it's busy - Los Angeles Times
  235. Woman charged with providing guns to Kansas shooter - USA TODAY
  236. Iran election: Moderates poised to make gains in high-stakes vote - CNN
  237. Guns fall silent in Syria - Reuters
  238. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  239. First US Uterus Transplant Gives Hope to Women With Rare Condition - KMBZ
  240. Seven years old; 28 years of experience - Daily Republic
  241. An urgent Cruz, trying to catch up to Trump, calls March 1 the 'most important day' in GOP race - Washington Post
  242. Infant gets heart transplant moments after going into cardiac arrest - WTOP
  243. Saeed Abedini: 10 Prisoners Came to Christ in First Year of Imprisonment
  244. Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales, Citing Link To 'High-Risk Sex' - Huffington Post
  245. Is depression breaking your heart? - Your Houston News
  246. Flu Season Vaccine More Effective Now Than Last Year, CDC Says - Headlines & Global News
  247. Aggressive Treatment of Moderate HTN May Backfire in Diabetes - MedPage Today
  248. Infant Gets Life-Saving Heart Transplant Moments After Going Into Cardiac Arrest - ABC News
  249. Number of children requiring dental care keeps rising in England - Pulse Headlines
  250. Research Connects Obesity with Poor Memory Function in Young Adults - Modern Readers