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  1. Rick Warren Urges Evangelicals to Share Gospel to 2 Billion 'Unreached' People in 1-Day Event
  2. Rick Warren Urges Evangelicals to Share Gospel to 2 Billion 'Unreached' People in 1-Day Event
  3. Rick Warren Urges Evangelicals to Share Gospel to 2 Billion 'Unreached' People in 1-Day Event
  4. Rick Warren Urges Evangelicals to Share Gospel to 2 Billion 'Unreached' People in 1-Day Event
  5. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  6. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  7. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  8. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  9. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  10. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  11. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  12. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  13. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  14. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  15. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  16. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  17. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  18. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  19. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  20. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  21. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  22. Christian Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education
  23. Christian Satellite Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education Programming
  24. Christian Satellite Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education Programming
  25. Christian Satellite Channel Gives Hope to Refugee Children Fleeing Syria With On-Air Education Programming
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  27. Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  28. Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  29. Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  30. Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  31. Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  32. Ohio hospital performs first uterus transplant in the U.S.
  33. Old red dye shows promise as new cancer foe
  34. Old red dye shows promise as new cancer foe
  35. Old red dye shows promise as new cancer foe
  36. Old red dye shows promise as new cancer foe
  37. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  38. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  39. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  40. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  41. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  42. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  43. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  44. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  45. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  46. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  47. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  48. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  49. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  50. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  51. Big verdict doesn't assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases
  52. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  53. Leaky lymphatics lead to obesity in mice
  54. DIARY-Malaysia 2016 corporate earnings
  55. Too much salt could potentially contribute to liver damage
  56. GOP debate begins, with Trump center stage and center target - Washington Post
  57. Multiple dead plus shooter after Kansas shootings; up to 20 injured - USA TODAY
  58. Hillary Clinton on "superpredators" remark: "I shouldn't have used those words" - CBS News
  59. Scientists Say They Grew Mouse Sperm From Stem Cells - NBCNews.com
  60. Mizzou professor who pushed reporter away from protesters is fired - Washington Post
  61. #OscarsSoWhite? It's the audiences, not just the industry. - Washington Post
  62. Former Mexican presidents Fox and Calderón take aim at Trump and his 'stupid wall' - Washington Post
  63. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  64. Passengers applaud as 7-year-old is removed from plane because of allergic reaction to pets (w/video) - Tampabay.com
  65. Sharp Mind in Midlife Doesn't Avert Alzheimer Pathology - MedPage Today
  66. Talc Powder and Ovarian Cancer: What's the Science? - Medscape
  67. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  68. Ebola May Leave Survivors with Lasting Problems in Brain, Nerves - Scientific American
  69. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  70. Mizzou professor who pushed reporter away from protesters is fired - Washington Post
  71. Clinton regrets 1996 remark on 'super-predators' after encounter with activist - Washington Post
  72. Obama: No illusions about Syria ceasefire, will work to make it succeed - Reuters
  73. Apple motion to deny FBI to be backed by Google, Microsoft - USA TODAY
  74. Former Mexican president says he will not pay for Donald Trump's 'f—— wall' - Washington Post
  75. Front-runner Trump is the focus of tonight's Republican debate in Houston - Washington Post
  76. UPDATE 1-Republic Air files for bankruptcy protection, blames pilot shortage
  77. UPDATE 1-U.S.-based stock funds post eighth straight week of outflows -Lipper
  78. Archaeology Discovery: Rare Fabrics From King Solomon, King David Time Reveal Biblical Fashion
  79. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  80. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  81. Flavonoids in fruits and veggies may help fight weight gain with age - Reuters
  82. Sharp Mind in Midlife Doesn't Avert Alzheimer Pathology - MedPage Today
  83. 2 killed, several hurt in shooting in Kansas - CBS News
  84. More than 200 patients at NJ hospital possibly exposed to HIV, hepatitis
  85. Christian Teens Accused of Mocking Islam Are Jailed for 5 Years in Egypt
  86. Zika Might Cause Worse Birth Defects Than Feared - NBCNews.com
  87. Hillary Clinton on "superpredators" remark: "I shouldn't have used those words" - CBS News
  88. 23-year-old man enrolls in high school, becomes popular honors student - New York Post
  89. Community program increases PrEP use among black gay, bi men
  90. Dallas police refer case against NFL's Manziel to grand jury
  91. Republicans square off at debate, with rivals hoping to trip up Trump on path to nomination - Los Angeles Times
  92. Apple court papers: FBI is seeking 'dangerous power' that violates its constitutional rights - Los Angeles Times
  93. Former Mexican president says he will not pay for Donald Trump's 'f—— wall' - Washington Post
  94. SeaWorld admits employees posed as animal activists to spy on critics - Orlando Sentinel
  95. Mizzou professor who pushed reporter away from protesters is fired - Washington Post
  96. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  97. Studies on Ebola survivors show range of complications - CIDRAP
  98. Zika Might Cause Worse Birth Defects Than Feared - NBCNews.com
  99. Some fruits and veggies may be better for weight control than others - Business Insider
  100. Sharp Mind in Midlife Doesn't Avert Alzheimer Pathology - MedPage Today
  101. Johnson & Johnson talcum powder lawsuit alerts women who didn't know of possible cancer connection - Kansas City Star
  102. Mizzou professor who pushed reporter away from protesters is fired - Washington Post
  103. Hillary Clinton on "superpredators" remark: "I shouldn't have used those words" - CBS News
  104. Zika infection may cause stillbirth, loss of brain tissue: report
  105. Scientists Say They Grew Mouse Sperm From Stem Cells - NBCNews.com
  106. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  107. SeaWorld admits employees posed as animal activists to spy on critics - Orlando Sentinel
  108. Texas GOP Debate: Three Things to Watch - NBCNews.com
  109. Apple court papers: FBI is seeking 'dangerous power' that violates its constitutional rights - Los Angeles Times
  110. Post-Authorization Activity Table for EPERZAN
  111. Zika infection may cause stillbirth, loss of brain tissue -report
  112. NFL player who lost finger to fireworks sues ESPN reporter
  113. Republic Airways Holdings Inc files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  114. NFL player who lost finger to fireworks sues ESPN reporter
  115. Sharp Mind in Midlife Doesn't Avert Alzheimer Pathology - MedPage Today
  116. Embryo 'squishing' could improve IVF success rates - UPI.com
  117. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  118. McNeill in early tie for lead at blustery PGA National
  119. Doctors in Peru remove 35-pound tumor from woman's abdomen
  120. What stair-climbing speed may say about surgery outcomes
  121. Studies on Ebola survivors show range of complications - CIDRAP
  122. Some fruits and veggies may be better for weight control than others - Business Insider
  123. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  124. Study: Tourist Pot Complaints up at Colorado Emergency Rooms - ABC News
  125. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  126. Mouse sperm made in lab; technique may help with infertility - Washington Post
  127. BBC missed opportunities to stop sexual predator Jimmy Savile, inquiry finds - Los Angeles Times
  128. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  129. Clinton apologizes for 1996 remark on 'super-predators' after encounter with activist - Washington Post
  130. If I were Brian Sandoval, I'd probably pull my name off Obama's Supreme Court list, too - Washington Post
  131. SeaWorld admits employees posed as animal activists to spy on critics - Orlando Sentinel
  132. Mizzou professor who pushed reporter away from protesters is fired - Washington Post
  133. Heart benefits of good diabetes control may last for decades
  134. Global game missing 'Tiger' factor, says top executive
  135. Scandal-hit CONCACAF votes for reform package
  136. MLB announces new slide rule and pace-of-game changes
  137. UPDATE 1-Verily, Vanderbilt to test enrollment in U.S. Precision Medicine pilot
  138. Texas GOP Debate: Three Things to Watch - NBCNews.com
  139. Apple court papers: FBI is seeking 'dangerous power' that violates its constitutional rights - Los Angeles Times
  140. Sharp Mind in Midlife Doesn't Avert Alzheimer Pathology - MedPage Today
  141. Embryo 'squishing' could improve IVF success rates - UPI.com
  142. Study finds change in Colo. ER rates after pot legalization - CBS News
  143. Ebola May Leave Survivors with Lasting Problems in Brain, Nerves - Scientific American
  144. Three Pregnant Women in Florida Test Positive for Zika Virus - People Magazine
  145. Flavonoids in fruits and veggies may help fight weight gain with age - Reuters
  146. SeaWorld admits employees posed as animal activists to spy on critics - Orlando Sentinel
  147. Apple vs. the FBI: Why the stakes have never been higher - Mashable
  148. BBC missed opportunities to stop sexual predator Jimmy Savile, inquiry finds - Los Angeles Times
  149. Dexter Fowler back with Cubs: 'This is where my heart is' - Chicago Tribune
  150. Mouse sperm made in lab; technique may help with infertility - Washington Post
  151. Gov. Brian Sandoval Declines Consideration for Supreme Court Opening - ABC News
  152. Poll: Trump leads Rubio in Florida by double digits - CNN
  153. Kannalife eyes share float to fund cannabis-based medicine
  154. TIMELINE-Zika's origin and global spread
  155. Djokovic retires with injury during Dubai quarter-final
  156. Kannalife eyes share float to fund cannabis-based medicine
  157. ISIS Awards $10K to Winners of Quran Reciting Contest in Mosul
  158. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  159. Embryo 'squishing' could improve IVF success rates - UPI.com
  160. Ebola May Leave Survivors with Lasting Problems in Brain, Nerves - Scientific American
  161. Non-chain restaurant meals are high in calories too
  162. Evidence on talc cancer risk differs for jurors, researchers - Reuters
  163. Study finds change in Colo. ER rates after pot legalization - CBS News
  164. NIH taking first steps on huge precision medicine project - Washington Post
  165. SeaWorld admits workers posed as animal-rights activists - USA TODAY
  166. Powerful storms sweeping East Coast kill 4 in Virginia, raising death toll to 7 - Fox News
  167. FBI's Comey Calls Apple Battle 'Hardest Question I've Seen In Government' - Fortune
  168. Apple vs. the FBI: Why the stakes have never been higher - Mashable
  169. HealthNet says quarterly membership in Obamacare plans declined
  170. Activist who confronted Clinton: 'I wanted her to be confronted with that very racist thing she said' - Washington Post
  171. Should Obama Appoint Brian Sandoval to the Supreme Court? - The Atlantic
  172. Swiss send more documents to U.S. in FIFA corruption probe
  173. Jana Partners takes stake in TeamHealth, to nominate directors
  174. UPDATE 1-US soccer's Solo, worried about Zika, says may skip Rio Games
  175. BRIEF-Txcell announces successful key milestone in the technology transfer to CMO partner Masthercell
  176. BRIEF-Mauna Kea Technologies completes enrollment of 200 patient
  177. Obama: There is "promising pathway" for vaccine against Zika
  178. Freshwater biodiversity has positive impact on global food security
  179. Mouse sperm made in lab; technique may help with infertility - Washington Post
  180. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  181. China Cracks Down on Christian Leaders by Ordering Pastors to Carry 'Nazi-Like' ID Cards
  182. Flavonoids in fruits and veggies may help fight weight gain with age - Reuters
  183. Ebola May Leave Survivors with Lasting Problems in Brain, Nerves - Scientific American
  184. NIH taking first steps on huge precision medicine project - Washington Post
  185. Study finds change in Colo. ER rates after pot legalization - CBS News
  186. Embryo 'squishing' could improve IVF success rates - UPI.com
  187. Good enough to photograph, then eat
  188. Trump rivals scramble to sideline each other ahead of debate, Super Tuesday - Fox News
  189. Apple unlocking case not 'trailblazer' for precedent: FBI chief - Reuters
  190. Seven dead after tornadoes, powerful storms hit the US East Coast, South - CNN
  191. How Brazilians are coping with Zika virus scare - USA TODAY
  192. Small Plane With 23 People on Board Missing in Nepal - ABC News
  193. When Is Easter 2016? Dates for Good Friday, Easter Sunday, and Easter Monday
  194. ISIS Threatens Next Target Will Be Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter's Jack Dorsey
  195. There is 'promising pathway' for vaccine against Zika: Obama
  196. Airlines worry Zika may be hurting Americas travel: IATA CEO
  197. Health experts press for urgent, integrated approach to tackle dengue
  198. CORRECTED-Verily, Vanderbilt to test enrollment in U.S. Precision Medicine pilot
  199. UPDATE 1-Airlines worry Zika may be hurting Americas travel -IATA CEO
  200. HealthNet says quarterly membership in Obamacare plans declined
  201. BRIEF-Clinica Baviera H2 net profit up at 2.9 mln euros
  202. BBC culture allowed star to commit sex crimes, but top staff unaware: report - Reuters
  203. The Missing Piece of the Oscars' Diversity Conversation - The Atlantic
  204. Mouse sperm made in lab; technique may help with infertility - Washington Post
  205. Evidence on talc cancer risk differs for jurors, researchers - Reuters
  206. NYC Can Force Chains To Display Salt Warnings, Judge Rules - Gothamist
  207. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  208. Ebola May Leave Lasting Neurological Problems - WebMD
  209. Study finds change in Colo. ER rates after pot legalization - CBS News
  210. Embryo 'squishing' could improve IVF success rates - UPI.com
  211. Jean-Claude Van Damme to Star in ‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson’
  212. Conor McGregor Will Face Nate Diaz at UFC 196
  213. Pathway to better metabolism discovered in fat cells
  214. First Read: Cruz and Rubio's Last Stand to Stop Trump - NBCNews.com
  215. Should Obama Appoint Brian Sandoval to the Supreme Court? - The Atlantic
  216. Tim Cook: Protecting America from itself — and protecting Apple from America - Washington Post
  217. The Latest: State of emergency declared in Virginia county - Washington Post
  218. Sports tribunal CAS rejects Champagne's FIFA voting booth request
  219. Thor Björnsson Puts 284-Pound Dumbbell to the Test
  220. Meet Muscle & Fitness Hers Cover Model: Oksana Grishina
  221. Terry Crews Talks About Fighting Porn Addiction
  222. UEFA opens way for a woman to sit on executive committee
  223. Weight loss a concern for drivers: Sainz
  224. Airlines concerned that Zika virus may be impacting travel - IATA CEO
  225. EU mergers and takeovers (Feb 25)
  226. Valeant board debating Pearson's return as health improves-CNBC
  227. Bayer's Crop Science sizing up deals to strengthen seeds operation
  228. UPDATE 1-Teenager near Tokyo found to have Zika virus after return from Brazil
  229. High-salt diet may harm liver
  230. BBC culture allowed star to commit sex crimes, but top staff unaware: report - Reuters
  231. Clinton heckled by Black Lives Matter activist - Washington Post
  232. Flavonoids in fruits and veggies may help fight weight gain with age
  233. Thousands of parents share photos to raise awareness of mold issue in sippy cups - Fox News
  234. Passengers cheer as 7-year-old boy and his terminally ill dad are escorted off plane - Fox News Latino
  235. NYC Can Force Chains To Display Salt Warnings, Judge Rules - Gothamist
  236. Evidence on talc cancer risk differs for jurors, researchers - Reuters
  237. Disease Detectives In Brazil Go Door-To-Door To Solve Zika Mystery - NPR
  238. ISIS supporters threaten Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter's Jack Dorsey - CNET
  239. Apple unlocking case not 'trailblazer' for precedent: FBI chief - Reuters
  240. New FDA head Robert Califf vows to use 'bully pulpit,' better explain agency decisions - Washington Post
  241. Researchers use skin cells to kill cancer - Fox News
  242. Most Ebola Survivors Examined in Study Experienced Brain Symptoms Six Months After Infection - Infection Control Today
  243. Oscars 2016: #OscarsSoWhite stirs the days before the ceremony; how will it affect the big night? - Los Angeles Times
  244. Rep. Salmon announces retirement - Politico
  245. BBC culture allowed star to commit sex crimes, but top staff unaware: report - Reuters
  246. Cleanup begins after severe storm kills 4 in Virginia, leaves power outages - Washington Post
  247. Tim Cook: Protecting America from itself — and protecting Apple from America - Washington Post
  248. BASF cuts half the jobs at its plant biotech unit
  249. REFILE-UPDATE 1-Soccer-Rivals make final pitches for leadership of 'broken' FIFA
  250. McKesson to buy two cancer care companies for $1.2 bln