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  1. In Pope Francis era, US candidates face new moral questions - Washington Post
  2. Sanders, joined by actors and musicians at final Nevada rally, urges large turnout for caucuses - Washington Post
  3. Tropical Cyclone Winston grinds over Fiji - CNN
  4. Official: US warplanes hit multiple IS targets in Libya - Business Insider
  5. British PM Cameron meets cabinet after clinching EU deal - Reuters
  6. Justice Dept. questions Apple's motives in refusing to help FBI - Los Angeles Times
  7. South Carolina heads to the polls after GOP brawl - CNN
  8. McLaren appoint Matsushita as F1 development driver
  9. Stents proven safe in reducing risk of stroke - Modern Readers
  10. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  11. A milder 'B' strain might be keeping California's flu numbers low - Los Angeles Times
  12. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding - Reuters
  13. Marijuana use may lead to abuse of other substances - Fox News
  14. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  15. Can scientists prove Zika virus is causing birth defects? - Reading Eagle
  16. In Pope Francis era, US candidates face new moral questions - Washington Post
  17. Virgin Galactic rolls out 'Unity,' the second SpaceShipTwo - collectSPACE.com
  18. AP News Guide: South Carolina, Nevada step up in 2016 race - Washington Post
  19. As novel 'Mockingbird' soared, author Lee grew more elusive - Washington Post
  20. Tropical Cyclone Winston starts to make landfall in Fiji - CNN
  21. Cameron to meet cabinet after clinching EU deal - Reuters
  22. Nevada caucus and South Carolina primary: A viewer's guide - USA TODAY
  23. South Africa confirms first case of Zika virus
  24. China jails hospital "scalpers" for scamming patients
  25. South Africa confirms first case of Zika virus
  26. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  27. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  28. Crack Away! Eggs Do Not Cause Heart Attacks - Lighthouse News Daily
  29. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  30. Greenville Child Dies From Flu - WJTV
  31. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding - Reuters
  32. If you're feeling groggy, you're not alone, CDC sleep survey says - Centre Daily Times
  33. Showdown over iPhone reignites the debate around privacy - Washington Post
  34. Virgin Galactic rolls out 'Unity,' the second SpaceShipTwo - collectSPACE.com
  35. CDC, Brazil start big study to test Zika link to birth defects - Reuters
  36. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  37. On caucus eve, Clinton's allies warn Nevada Latinos to beware of Bernie Sanders - Washington Post
  38. Sorry Papa, But Daddy Trump Is the One Defending Catholics from Invaders - Breitbart News
  39. "Affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to be transferred to adult court - CBS News
  40. Cameron: We have a deal with the EU - CNN
  41. Fiji bracing for direct hit from Tropical Cyclone Winston - CNN
  42. Lillard dazzles as Portland end Warriors' winning streak
  43. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  44. Is egg cholestrol harmless for your kid? - Times of India
  45. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  46. Flu cases picking up in Allegheny County but illness is milder than in past years - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  47. If you're feeling groggy, you're not alone, CDC sleep survey says - Myrtle Beach Sun News
  48. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding - Reuters
  49. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  50. CDC, Brazil start big study to test Zika link to birth defects - Reuters
  51. Turkey says Obama shares Syria concerns with Erdogan, affirms support - Reuters
  52. Supreme Court declines to intervene in North Carolina redistricting ruling - CNN
  53. European leaders strike deal to try to keep Britain in the EU - Washington Post
  54. Pope suggests contraceptives could be used to slow spread of Zika - CNN
  55. "Affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to be transferred to adult court - CBS News
  56. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  57. Showdown over iPhone reignites the debate around privacy - Washington Post
  58. Cholesterol in eggs may not hurt heart health - WECT-TV6
  59. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  60. Flu cases picking up in Allegheny County but illness is milder than in past years - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  61. If you're feeling groggy, you're not alone, CDC sleep survey says - The Bellingham Herald
  62. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding - Reuters
  63. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  64. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  65. Can scientists prove Zika virus is causing birth defects? - Reading Eagle
  66. Last 'Angola 3' prisoner freed, after decades in solitary confinement - Los Angeles Times
  67. Wie wishes women's major staged in Asia
  68. Showdown over iPhone reignites the debate around privacy - Washington Post
  69. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  70. European leaders strike deal to try to keep Britain in the EU - Washington Post
  71. "Affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to be transferred to adult court - CBS News
  72. Trump: Pope 'did not understand' illegal immigration crime problem - Fox News
  73. 43 killed in US airstrike targeting terrorists in Libya - CNN
  74. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  75. Egg yolks are not unhealthy, study says - University Herald
  76. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  77. Flu cases picking up in Allegheny County but illness is milder than in past years - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  78. How a Sanders Medicare-For-All Plan Can Be Affordable and Appeal to Republicans - Huffington Post
  79. If you're feeling groggy, you're not alone, CDC sleep survey says - Myrtle Beach Sun News
  80. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  81. CDC, Brazil start big study to test Zika link to birth defects - Reuters
  82. Last 'Angola 3' prisoner freed, after decades in solitary confinement - Los Angeles Times
  83. "Affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to be transferred to adult court - CBS News
  84. European leaders strike deal to try to keep Britain in the EU - Washington Post
  85. Rope-a-Pope - Politico
  86. Latinos Hold Some of the Cards in Nevada Democratic Caucus - NBCNews.com
  87. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  88. Showdown over iPhone reignites the debate around privacy - Washington Post
  89. McDermott drives Bulls past Raptors
  90. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  91. Indiana smoking prevention, smoke-free policies failing - Chicago Tribune
  92. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  93. Texas health official out of job over study favorable to Planned Parenthood - Washington Post
  94. Eggs May Not Always Be Bad For The Heart Says New Study: How Many Eggs Can You Eat A Day Safely? - Tech Times
  95. CLEAR III: tPA Clot Removal Hope for Intraventricular Hemorrhage - Medscape
  96. Explaining How the First US Penis Transplant Will Work - KTIC
  97. When Fear Becomes An Unintended Public Health Problem - NPR
  98. "Affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to be transferred to adult court - CBS News
  99. European leaders strike deal to try to keep Britain in the EU - Washington Post
  100. On caucus eve, Clinton's allies warn Nevada Latinos to beware of Bernie Sanders - Washington Post
  101. Rope-a-Pope - Politico
  102. Last 'Angola 3' prisoner freed, after decades in solitary confinement - Los Angeles Times
  103. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  104. Pro-Cruz SuperPAC Slams Trump For Confederate Flag Removal, Gay Rights - NPR
  105. Riviera fan Johnson back in title contention
  106. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  107. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  108. Texas health official out of job over study favorable to Planned Parenthood - Washington Post
  109. CLEAR III: tPA Clot Removal Hope for Intraventricular Hemorrhage - Medscape
  110. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  111. A milder 'B' strain might be keeping California's flu numbers low - Los Angeles Times
  112. Explaining How the First US Penis Transplant Will Work - KTIC
  113. Can scientists prove Zika causes birth defects? - CBS News
  114. US strike on Libya camp escalates campaign against Islamic State - Washington Post
  115. European leaders strike deal to try to keep Britain in the EU - Washington Post
  116. Rope-a-Pope - Politico
  117. Canada women's team book Rio Olympic berth
  118. Fizzy drinks need child-friendly 'teaspoon labels' to spell out sugar content, say UK councils
  119. Ted Cruz worry: Big South Carolina loss equals bad Super Tuesday - CNN
  120. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  121. Sen. Grassley lies at center of Senate's Supreme Court drama - Washington Post
  122. On caucus eve, Clinton's allies warn Nevada Latinos to beware of Bernie Sanders - Washington Post
  123. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  124. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  125. Texas health official out of job over study favorable to Planned Parenthood - Washington Post
  126. CLEAR III: tPA Clot Removal Hope for Intraventricular Hemorrhage - Medscape
  127. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  128. A milder 'B' strain might be keeping California's flu numbers low - Los Angeles Times
  129. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  130. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  131. Can Scientists Prove Zika Virus Is Causing Birth Defects? - ABC News
  132. European leaders strike deal to try to keep Britain in the EU - Washington Post
  133. Sen. Grassley lies at center of Senate's Supreme Court drama - Washington Post
  134. Virgin Galactic unveils new spaceship - CNN
  135. Rope-a-Pope - Politico
  136. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  137. Kasich to ax Planned Parenthood money Sunday - Cincinnati.com
  138. CLEAR III: tPA Clot Removal Hope for Intraventricular Hemorrhage - Medscape
  139. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  140. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  141. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding - Reuters
  142. Virgin Galactic unveils its new SpaceShipTwo - Los Angeles Times
  143. Rope-a-Pope - Politico
  144. US strike on Libya camp escalates campaign against Islamic State - Washington Post
  145. European leaders strike deal to try to keep Britain in EU - Washington Post
  146. Airline bookings to Latin America fall after U.S. warning on Zika -study
  147. WRAPUP 1-Research on link between Zika and birth defects expected by May
  148. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding
  149. CDC, Brazil start big study to test Zika link to birth defects
  150. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding
  151. Brain fitness program may ease cognitive impairment in elderly
  152. Research on link between Zika and birth defects expected by May
  153. New Minnesota Vikings stadium hit by leaks in snow gutters
  154. UPDATE 4-Boeing gets U.S. license to talk deals with Iranian airlines
  155. UPDATE 1-Airline bookings to Latin America fall after U.S. warning on Zika -study
  156. Harper Lee, elusive author of 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' is dead at 89 - Washington Post
  157. Can Scientists Prove Zika Virus Is Causing Birth Defects? - ABC News
  158. White House, House Republicans spar over Zika, Ebola funding - Reuters
  159. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  160. CLEAR III: tPA Clot Removal Hope for Intraventricular Hemorrhage - Medscape
  161. NHS faces “worst cash crisis in its history” as accountants expect full-year debt to reach £3billion - Mirror.co.uk
  162. Planned Parenthood Says They Will Overcome New Funding Restrictions - Wisconsin Public Radio News
  163. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  164. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  165. Justice Dept.: Apple won't help unlock iPhone due to worry about 'impact on its reputation' - Washington Post
  166. US strikes Islamic State in Libya, killing 40 people - Reuters
  167. Cameron: We have a deal with the EU - CNN
  168. Donald Trump tones down fight with Pope Francis - CNN
  169. Harper Lee 1926-2016 - CBS News
  170. Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic unveils new spacecraft 'Unity' - Washington Post
  171. UPDATE 1-U.S. gov't proposes 1.35 pct rise in 2017 Medicare Advantage payments
  172. CANADA STOCKS-TSX falls as lower oil prices, weak retail sales data weigh
  173. Dark days a fading memory for red-hot Schwartzel
  174. Farah wants ban for countries that break doping rules
  175. Willis yearns for long-awaited Wanamker Mile win
  176. Sleep apnea may be bad for kidneys
  177. Government proposes 1.35 percent rise in 2017 Medicare Advantage payments
  178. Government proposes 1.35 percent rise in 2017 Medicare Advantage payments
  179. Hoverboards with counterfeit batteries seized at NY airport - Reuters
  180. How a tiny mosquito became one of the world's 'most efficient killers' - Washington Post
  181. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  182. CLEAR III: tPA Clot Removal Hope for Intraventricular Hemorrhage - Medscape
  183. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  184. CDC still says Americans aren't getting enough sleep - WPTV.com
  185. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  186. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  187. Texas official to retire after criticizing Planned Parenthood cuts - Reuters
  188. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  189. How a tiny mosquito became one of the world's 'most efficient killers' - Washington Post
  190. Hoverboard fires are no joke: Two kids almost died as their house burned down - Washington Post
  191. Donald Trump tones down fight with Pope Francis - CNN
  192. U.S. gov't proposes 1.35 pct rise in 2017 Medicare Advantage payments
  193. Online insomnia therapy may help ease depression symptoms
  194. Spieth dwells on positives after missed cut at Riviera
  195. Sugar tax could prevent 3.7 million cases of obesity over next decade
  196. Justice Dept.: Apple won't unlock iPhone due to worry about 'impact on its reputation' - Washington Post
  197. US airstrikes target suspected Islamic State base in Libya - Washington Post
  198. Was Harper Lee Our Most Influential Novelist? - Daily Beast
  199. Texas official to retire after criticizing Planned Parenthood cuts - Reuters
  200. Stents, surgery equally durable, safe for reducing stroke risk - UPI.com
  201. CDC still says Americans aren't getting enough sleep - WPTV.com
  202. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  203. New therapy could double chances of recovery from bleeding stroke for some patients - Washington Post
  204. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  205. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  206. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  207. How a tiny mosquito became one of the world's 'most efficient killers' - Washington Post
  208. The Latest: Sanders tells Nevada he's 'here to win' - Miami Herald
  209. Albert Woodfox, Last of 'Angola Three' inmates, released - CBS News
  210. Apple-FBI battle over San Bernardino terror attack investigation: All the details - Los Angeles Times
  211. Appreciation: Why Harper Lee's 'Mockingbird' will endure - USA TODAY
  212. Donald Trump tones down fight with Pope Francis - CNN
  213. US airstrikes target suspected Islamic State base in Libya - Washington Post
  214. New therapy could double chances of recovery from bleeding stroke for some patients - Washington Post
  215. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  216. Maricopa County confirms 1st pediatric flu death of the season - azcentral.com
  217. Calif. board rejects measure specifying condom use in porn - seattlepi.com
  218. Man describes trying to rescue teen after helicopter crash in Hawaii - CBS News
  219. Donald Trump is 'not Christian': Who is Pope Francis to judge? - Washington Post
  220. Go Set a Legacy: The Fate of Harper Lee - The Atlantic
  221. Apple-FBI battle over San Bernardino terror attack investigation: All the details - Los Angeles Times
  222. Trump Warns of Job Losses as Weekend Races Go Down to Wire - Bloomberg
  223. US strikes Islamic State in Libya, killing 40 people - Reuters
  224. Pearl Harbor helicopter crash and the bystanders who dove into help - Christian Science Monitor
  225. Exposure to air pollution increases risk of obesity
  226. 5 Christian Children Seized by Norway Reunited With Parents for First Time in 3 Months
  227. Villegas remains three ahead after delayed first round
  228. Hamilton gets hands on new Mercedes F1 car
  229. UPDATE 1-Initial results of U.S.-Brazil studies on Zika mystery expected by May
  230. Witnesses in Shkreli case worried about retaliation - U.S. prosecutors
  231. Science News » A BRIGHT Technological Future for Mental Health Trials
  232. Get Leaner And Healthier Faster With HIIT!
  233. Police union calls for law enforcement labor to boycott Beyonce's world tour - CNN
  234. Invasive mosquito that calls the US home is a known Zika carrier - Washington Post
  235. Could the right bacteria help save children from malnutrition? - Washington Post
  236. A milder 'B' strain might be keeping California's flu numbers low - Los Angeles Times
  237. Egg Yolks Are Probably Not Linked To Heart Disease - Science World Report
  238. New therapy could double chances of recovery from bleeding stroke for some patients - Washington Post
  239. Virtually all hospitals now in deficit - BBC News
  240. Sleep-deprived America in five simple charts: The impact of marriage, education and work - Washington Post
  241. Explaining How the 1st US Penis Transplant Will Work - ABC News
  242. US strikes Islamic State in Libya, more than 40 dead - Reuters
  243. Donald Trump is 'not Christian': Who is Pope Francis to judge? - Washington Post
  244. Timing is everything -- and Hillary Clinton's timing is awful - Los Angeles Times
  245. Trump Warns of Job Losses as Weekend Races Go Down to Wire - Bloomberg
  246. Man describes trying to rescue teen after helicopter crash in Hawaii - CBS News
  247. How dangerous is the tool the FBI is asking Apple to build? - The Verge
  248. Harper Lee dead at age of 89: 'To Kill a Mockingbird' author passes away - AL.com
  249. Updated Guidance Document - Post-Notice of Compliance Changes: Quality Document
  250. How safe is the Paleo diet?