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  1. 10 percent of Americans have had tinnitus - Modern Readers
  2. Prom Queen! Wisconsin Teen with Painful Disease Gets Her Last Dance Before She Decides to End Her Life - People Magazine
  3. Complex jobs, social ties appear to help ward off Alzheimer's: studies - Chicago Tribune
  4. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  5. Obama: Donald Trump's nomination 'says something' about the Republican Party - Washington Post
  6. Verizon Finalizes $4.8 Billion Yahoo Deal - Wall Street Journal
  7. Santa Clarita area fire grows to more than 22000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  8. Munich Gunman Was German-Iranian Teenager With 'No Islamic Militant Ties' - Huffington Post
  9. The Latest: Judo federation gives anti-doping details - USA TODAY
  10. Wasserman Schultz steps down as DNC chair - Politico
  11. Serena Williams withdraws from Rogers Cup
  12. Missouri only state without drug monitoring program - ABC17News.com
  13. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  14. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  15. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  16. Monmouth officials say West Nile Virus evident in county - Washington Times
  17. 10 percent of Americans have had tinnitus - Modern Readers
  18. Prom Queen! Wisconsin Teen with Painful Disease Gets Her Last Dance Before She Decides to End Her Life - People Magazine
  19. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  20. Obama: Donald Trump's nomination 'says something' about the Republican Party - Washington Post
  21. Syrian refugee kills pregnant woman, injures 2, in machete attack - New York Daily News
  22. Santa Clarita area fire grows to more than 22000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  23. Munich Gunman Was German-Iranian Teenager With 'No Islamic Militant Ties' - Huffington Post
  24. Pressure mounts on Wasserman Schultz to resign - CNN
  25. Rio scrambles to be ready as athletes, soldiers arrive
  26. White Sox pitcher Sale suspended for 'insubordination'
  27. Missouri only state without drug monitoring program - ABC17News.com
  28. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  29. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  30. Monmouth officials say West Nile Virus evident in county - Washington Times
  31. 10 percent of Americans have had tinnitus - Modern Readers
  32. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  33. Prom Queen! Wisconsin Teen with Painful Disease Gets Her Last Dance Before She Decides to End Her Life - People Magazine
  34. People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk - HealthDay
  35. Obama: Donald Trump's Ideas Betray America - Huffington Post
  36. Trump: I Have 'Great Respect' For Sanders, But 'I'm Not A Fan' - TPM
  37. Syrian Asylum Seeker Kills One, Wounds Two in German Machete Attack: Police - NBCNews.com
  38. Tim Kaine can speak Spanish. But most Hispanics don't care. - Washington Post
  39. Santa Clarita area fire grows to more than 22000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  40. DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz under pressure to resign - CNN
  41. 'Brain training' cut dementia risk in healthy adults -U.S. study
  42. 'Brain training' cut dementia risk in healthy adults -U.S. study
  43. Missouri only state without drug monitoring program - ABC17News.com
  44. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  45. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  46. Monmouth officials say West Nile Virus evident in county - Washington Times
  47. 10 percent of Americans have had tinnitus - Modern Readers
  48. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  49. People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk - HealthDay
  50. Prom Queen! Wisconsin Teen with Painful Disease Gets Her Last Dance Before She Decides to End Her Life - People Magazine
  51. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  52. Trump on latest iteration of Muslim ban: 'You could say it's an expansion' - CNN
  53. Man Kills Woman With Machete in German City of Reutlingen - Wall Street Journal
  54. Santa Clarita area fire grows to more than 22000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  55. VIEWER GUIDE: Clinton asking voters for fresh look in Philly - Washington Post
  56. IOC decides not to ban full Russian team from Rio Olympics - Washington Post
  57. Munich gunman planned attack for a year, officials say - CNN
  58. Wasserman Schultz ousted from convention role amid email leak - Fox News
  59. Tennis federation clears Russians to compete in Rio
  60. Golf: Is time right for Fowler, Garcia or Westwood at the PGA?
  61. Overdoses climbing in absence of drug monitoring law, McCaskill says - Springfield News-Leader
  62. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  63. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  64. East County mosquitoes test positive for West Nile - The Mercury News
  65. Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study - Northern California News
  66. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  67. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  68. People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk - Philly.com
  69. Donald Trump Defends Roger Ailes Against Sexual Harassment Accusations: "He's a Very Good Person" - Hollywood Reporter
  70. Mom of Gilgo Beach victim Shannan Gilbert found dead, other daughter charged - Fox News
  71. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  72. Donald Trump is expanding his Muslim ban, not rolling it back - Washington Post
  73. Santa Clarita area fire grows to more than 22000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  74. IOC decides not to ban full Russian team from Rio Olympics - Washington Post
  75. Munich gunman planned attack for a year, officials say - CNN
  76. Sanders Calls DNC Leak 'Outrageous,' Calls For New DNC Chair - Huffington Post
  77. Libyan health crisis sharpens as resources dwindle
  78. Olympics: Australians stay away from Village due to blocked toilets, exposed wiring
  79. Overdoses climbing in absence of drug monitoring law, McCaskill says - Springfield News-Leader
  80. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  81. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  82. Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study - Northern California News
  83. First West Nile case reported in Harris County - KTRK-TV
  84. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  85. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  86. New Research Shows Promise In Cannabis Fighting Dementia - The Weed Blog (blog)
  87. ASEAN deadlocked on South China Sea, Cambodia blocks statement - Reuters
  88. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  89. Oli's Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist) holds 175 elected seats in parliament - Times of India
  90. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  91. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  92. IOC declines to issue blanket ban of Russian athletes - USA TODAY
  93. Munich gunman played violent video games, had mental illness, officials say - CNN
  94. 'See you in Philly': Anti-Clinton protesters converging on Democratic convention - CNN
  95. Olympics-The easiest thing to win at Rio Games? A ticket.
  96. The easiest thing to win at Rio Games? A ticket
  97. Motor racing: Hamilton wins in Hungary to take championship lead
  98. IOC will not ban Russia from Rio Games: TASS cites IOC source
  99. Doping: IOC will not impose blanket ban on Russia for Rio Olympics
  100. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  101. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  102. Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study - Northern California News
  103. First West Nile case reported in Harris County - KTRK-TV
  104. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  105. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  106. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  107. Complex jobs and social ties appears to help ward off Alzheimer's, new research shows - Washington Post
  108. Three adults and a child found shot to death at Texas apartment - New York Daily News
  109. ASEAN deadlocked on South China Sea after Cambodia blocks statement - Reuters
  110. Nice now has a reputation as a breeding ground for terrorists - Washington Post
  111. Turkey ruling, opposition parties to rally together after coup - Reuters
  112. Body found as 'horrific' wildfire burns near Los Angeles - Los Angeles Times
  113. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  114. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  115. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  116. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  117. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  118. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  119. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  120. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  121. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  122. Teen with genetic disease enjoys prom ahead of assisted suicide - New York Daily News
  123. Complex jobs and social ties appears to help ward off Alzheimer's, new research shows - Washington Post
  124. Three adults and a child found shot to death at Texas apartment - New York Daily News
  125. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  126. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  127. Hitler's birthplace loathes link to him but not the building - Fox News
  128. ASEAN deadlocked on South China Sea after Cambodia blocks statement - Reuters
  129. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  130. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  131. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  132. Pogba is not worth world-record fee, says Scholes
  133. Olympics: IOC set to decide Russia's Rio fate on Sunday
  134. Syrian Kids Hold Pokemon Go Photos to Plead With World to 'Come and Save Me'
  135. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  136. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  137. Only Half of Consumers Aware of Food Waste Problem - ThePoultrySite.com
  138. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  139. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  140. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  141. Brandi Chastain announces her son has Crohn's disease - The Mercury News
  142. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  143. Four dead, including suspect, in Bastrop,Texas shooting - CBS News
  144. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  145. 225 Killed Or Missing In China Rains; 2.5 Lakh People Trapped - NDTV
  146. Florida football player Garcia helps stop rape - The Detroit News
  147. ISIS attack on Afghan rally a war crime, UN says - CNN
  148. California Wildfire: Body Found as Blaze Nearly Doubles in Size - NBCNews.com
  149. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  150. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  151. A call for blood - Register Pajaronian
  152. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  153. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  154. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  155. Only Half of Consumers Aware of Food Waste Problem - ThePoultrySite.com
  156. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  157. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  158. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  159. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  160. Brie Larson officially announced as Captain Marvel - Entertainment Weekly
  161. Asean Looks for Wiggle Room to Skirt South China Sea Impasse - Wall Street Journal
  162. Why college athlete stopped sexual assault instead of walking off - NOLA.com
  163. ISIS attack on Afghan rally a war crime, UN says - CNN
  164. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  165. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  166. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  167. A call for blood - Register Pajaronian
  168. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  169. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  170. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  171. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  172. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  173. South Africa actress Charlize Theron says truth is the only way to battle AIDS. Picture: Matthew Kay/AFP - NEWS.com.au
  174. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  175. Brie Larson officially announced as Captain Marvel - Entertainment Weekly
  176. Calm the Waters, US Increases Diplomatic Efforts in ASEAN Meetings - Voice of America
  177. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  178. Disney makeover for Tower of Terror causes fan freak-out on social media - Los Angeles Times
  179. Florida linebacker Cristian Garcia stops sexual assault - NOLA.com
  180. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  181. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  182. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  183. A call for blood - Register Pajaronian
  184. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  185. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  186. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  187. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  188. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  189. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  190. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  191. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  192. Disney makeover for Tower of Terror causes fan freak-out on social media - Los Angeles Times
  193. Florida linebacker Cristian Garcia stops sexual assault - NOLA.com
  194. Man Found Dead in Area of 20000-Acre Sand Fire; Structures Destroyed - KTLA
  195. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  196. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  197. American Morris soars to year's top outdoor pole vault
  198. Baby monitors recalled due to burn hazard - wivb.com
  199. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  200. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  201. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  202. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  203. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  204. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  205. Hundreds honor teen suffering from fatal disease at prom-themed party - Fox News
  206. In Baton Rouge, Dallas officers soldier on to honor their brothers in blue - Dallas Morning News
  207. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  208. Disney makeover for Tower of Terror causes fan freak-out on social media - Los Angeles Times
  209. Florida linebacker Cristian Garcia stops sexual assault - NOLA.com
  210. Mother of Ambassador Killed in Benghazi Tells Trump, GOP: Stop Invoking Son's Death - NBCNews.com
  211. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  212. Munich Shooting Witness Thought 'This Is It' as He Comforted Dying Boy - NBCNews.com
  213. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  214. Baby monitors recalled due to burn hazard - wivb.com
  215. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  216. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  217. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  218. The Feds Almost Used A Pesticide That's Harmful To Pregnant Women To Combat Zika In Puerto Rico - Huffington Post
  219. 1 in 10 Americans Hear the Buzz of Tinnitus - CDA News
  220. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  221. Hundreds honor teen suffering from fatal disease at prom-themed party - Fox News
  222. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  223. Sheriff died doing what he's always done: helping others - STLtoday.com
  224. Thomas Sutherland, former Beirut hostage, dies - CNN
  225. Why a college athlete stopped an alleged sexual assault instead of walking away - NOLA.com
  226. Kurt Russell joins 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' as Star Lord's daddy - Los Angeles Times
  227. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  228. Munich Shooting Witness Thought 'This Is It' as He Comforted Dying Boy - NBCNews.com
  229. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  230. For whom the births (and worms) toll
  231. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  232. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  233. The Feds Almost Used A Pesticide That's Harmful To Pregnant Women To Combat Zika In Puerto Rico - Huffington Post
  234. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  235. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  236. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  237. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  238. Hundreds honor teen suffering from fatal disease at prom-themed party - Fox News
  239. 5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win - Huffington Post
  240. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  241. The Latest: Residents not allowed near Texas shooting scene - Washington Post
  242. Sheriff died doing what he's always done: helping others - Washington Post
  243. More evacuations ordered as 11000-acre brush fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control - Los Angeles Times
  244. Why a college athlete stopped an alleged sexual assault instead of walking away - NOLA.com
  245. Munich officials: Gunman acted like 'a deranged person' but had no ties to terror groups - Washington Post
  246. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  247. Policy makers must act to reduce energy drinks consumption by children, adolescents, says new report
  248. Cycling: Phillips ready for BMX rollercoaster ride in Rio
  249. Tennis: Bryans eye golden Olympics swansong in Rio
  250. Facing the Motherland is bittersweet for China's emigres