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  1. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  2. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  3. Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study - Northern California News
  4. First West Nile case reported in Harris County - KTRK-TV
  5. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  6. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  7. New Research Shows Promise In Cannabis Fighting Dementia - The Weed Blog (blog)
  8. ASEAN deadlocked on South China Sea, Cambodia blocks statement - Reuters
  9. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  10. Oli's Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist) holds 175 elected seats in parliament - Times of India
  11. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  12. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  13. IOC declines to issue blanket ban of Russian athletes - USA TODAY
  14. Munich gunman played violent video games, had mental illness, officials say - CNN
  15. 'See you in Philly': Anti-Clinton protesters converging on Democratic convention - CNN
  16. Olympics-The easiest thing to win at Rio Games? A ticket.
  17. The easiest thing to win at Rio Games? A ticket
  18. Motor racing: Hamilton wins in Hungary to take championship lead
  19. IOC will not ban Russia from Rio Games: TASS cites IOC source
  20. Doping: IOC will not impose blanket ban on Russia for Rio Olympics
  21. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  22. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  23. Nearly 10 percent American adults suffer from chronic tinnitus: Study - Northern California News
  24. First West Nile case reported in Harris County - KTRK-TV
  25. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  26. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  27. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  28. Complex jobs and social ties appears to help ward off Alzheimer's, new research shows - Washington Post
  29. Three adults and a child found shot to death at Texas apartment - New York Daily News
  30. ASEAN deadlocked on South China Sea after Cambodia blocks statement - Reuters
  31. Nice now has a reputation as a breeding ground for terrorists - Washington Post
  32. Turkey ruling, opposition parties to rally together after coup - Reuters
  33. Body found as 'horrific' wildfire burns near Los Angeles - Los Angeles Times
  34. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  35. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  36. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  37. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  38. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  39. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  40. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  41. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  42. Soccer champion Brandi Chastain delivers crucial assist in son's fight against Crohn's - Fox News
  43. Teen with genetic disease enjoys prom ahead of assisted suicide - New York Daily News
  44. Complex jobs and social ties appears to help ward off Alzheimer's, new research shows - Washington Post
  45. Three adults and a child found shot to death at Texas apartment - New York Daily News
  46. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  47. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  48. Hitler's birthplace loathes link to him but not the building - Fox News
  49. ASEAN deadlocked on South China Sea after Cambodia blocks statement - Reuters
  50. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  51. 21 killed in Baghdad suicide blast, weeks after deadliest in years - CNN
  52. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  53. Pogba is not worth world-record fee, says Scholes
  54. Olympics: IOC set to decide Russia's Rio fate on Sunday
  55. Syrian Kids Hold Pokemon Go Photos to Plead With World to 'Come and Save Me'
  56. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  57. Watch: Consumer Recall - Abccolumbia.com
  58. Only Half of Consumers Aware of Food Waste Problem - ThePoultrySite.com
  59. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  60. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  61. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  62. Brandi Chastain announces her son has Crohn's disease - The Mercury News
  63. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  64. Four dead, including suspect, in Bastrop,Texas shooting - CBS News
  65. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  66. 225 Killed Or Missing In China Rains; 2.5 Lakh People Trapped - NDTV
  67. Florida football player Garcia helps stop rape - The Detroit News
  68. ISIS attack on Afghan rally a war crime, UN says - CNN
  69. California Wildfire: Body Found as Blaze Nearly Doubles in Size - NBCNews.com
  70. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  71. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  72. A call for blood - Register Pajaronian
  73. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  74. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  75. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  76. Only Half of Consumers Aware of Food Waste Problem - ThePoultrySite.com
  77. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  78. The HIV Trap: A Woman's Lack Of Control - NPR
  79. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  80. Turkey to disband presidential guard unit following coup attempt - CNN
  81. Brie Larson officially announced as Captain Marvel - Entertainment Weekly
  82. Asean Looks for Wiggle Room to Skirt South China Sea Impasse - Wall Street Journal
  83. Why college athlete stopped sexual assault instead of walking off - NOLA.com
  84. ISIS attack on Afghan rally a war crime, UN says - CNN
  85. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  86. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  87. DNC chair won't speak at Dem convention following Wikileaks fallout - CNN
  88. A call for blood - Register Pajaronian
  89. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  90. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  91. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  92. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  93. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  94. South Africa actress Charlize Theron says truth is the only way to battle AIDS. Picture: Matthew Kay/AFP - NEWS.com.au
  95. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  96. Brie Larson officially announced as Captain Marvel - Entertainment Weekly
  97. Calm the Waters, US Increases Diplomatic Efforts in ASEAN Meetings - Voice of America
  98. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  99. Disney makeover for Tower of Terror causes fan freak-out on social media - Los Angeles Times
  100. Florida linebacker Cristian Garcia stops sexual assault - NOLA.com
  101. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  102. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  103. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  104. A call for blood - Register Pajaronian
  105. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  106. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  107. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  108. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  109. Study says one in ten Americans has buzzing in the ear or tinnitus - STGIST
  110. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  111. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - KARE
  112. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  113. Disney makeover for Tower of Terror causes fan freak-out on social media - Los Angeles Times
  114. Florida linebacker Cristian Garcia stops sexual assault - NOLA.com
  115. Man Found Dead in Area of 20000-Acre Sand Fire; Structures Destroyed - KTLA
  116. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  117. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  118. American Morris soars to year's top outdoor pole vault
  119. Baby monitors recalled due to burn hazard - wivb.com
  120. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  121. New Hampshire E. Coli Outbreak Sickens 12, Linked To Ground Beef - Tech Times
  122. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  123. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  124. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  125. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  126. Hundreds honor teen suffering from fatal disease at prom-themed party - Fox News
  127. In Baton Rouge, Dallas officers soldier on to honor their brothers in blue - Dallas Morning News
  128. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  129. Disney makeover for Tower of Terror causes fan freak-out on social media - Los Angeles Times
  130. Florida linebacker Cristian Garcia stops sexual assault - NOLA.com
  131. Mother of Ambassador Killed in Benghazi Tells Trump, GOP: Stop Invoking Son's Death - NBCNews.com
  132. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  133. Munich Shooting Witness Thought 'This Is It' as He Comforted Dying Boy - NBCNews.com
  134. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  135. Baby monitors recalled due to burn hazard - wivb.com
  136. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  137. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  138. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  139. The Feds Almost Used A Pesticide That's Harmful To Pregnant Women To Combat Zika In Puerto Rico - Huffington Post
  140. 1 in 10 Americans Hear the Buzz of Tinnitus - CDA News
  141. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  142. Hundreds honor teen suffering from fatal disease at prom-themed party - Fox News
  143. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  144. Sheriff died doing what he's always done: helping others - STLtoday.com
  145. Thomas Sutherland, former Beirut hostage, dies - CNN
  146. Why a college athlete stopped an alleged sexual assault instead of walking away - NOLA.com
  147. Kurt Russell joins 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' as Star Lord's daddy - Los Angeles Times
  148. Fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control, explodes to more than 20000 acres - Los Angeles Times
  149. Munich Shooting Witness Thought 'This Is It' as He Comforted Dying Boy - NBCNews.com
  150. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  151. For whom the births (and worms) toll
  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. The Feds Almost Used A Pesticide That's Harmful To Pregnant Women To Combat Zika In Puerto Rico - Huffington Post
  155. Americans Just Can't Stop Throwing Out Food - Seeker
  156. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  157. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  158. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  159. Hundreds honor teen suffering from fatal disease at prom-themed party - Fox News
  160. 5 Reasons Why Trump Will Win - Huffington Post
  161. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  162. The Latest: Residents not allowed near Texas shooting scene - Washington Post
  163. Sheriff died doing what he's always done: helping others - Washington Post
  164. More evacuations ordered as 11000-acre brush fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control - Los Angeles Times
  165. Why a college athlete stopped an alleged sexual assault instead of walking away - NOLA.com
  166. Munich officials: Gunman acted like 'a deranged person' but had no ties to terror groups - Washington Post
  167. Kaine in Miami: 'Bienvenidos a todos' - CNN
  168. Policy makers must act to reduce energy drinks consumption by children, adolescents, says new report
  169. Cycling: Phillips ready for BMX rollercoaster ride in Rio
  170. Tennis: Bryans eye golden Olympics swansong in Rio
  171. Facing the Motherland is bittersweet for China's emigres
  172. Hammer in hot pursuit of first track cycling gold for U.S. women
  173. More 'B Team' than 'Dream Team' as U.S. eye Rio basketball gold
  174. Baby monitors recalled due to burn hazard - wivb.com
  175. How Will CGM's Success Impact Conventional Glucose Monitors? - Diabetes In Control
  176. Johnson & Johnson subsidiary pays $18 million to U.S. in settlement - UPI.com
  177. Cancer survivors talk of journey, hope - Star News
  178. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  179. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  180. Aids programmes help the bottom line - Times LIVE
  181. Hundreds honor teen suffering from fatal disease at prom-themed party - Fox News
  182. Fact check: Trump defends claim on Oswald and Cruz's father - USA TODAY
  183. China floods kill at least 154 people, dozens more missing - Fox News
  184. Man With Autism in Police Shooting of Charles Kinsey 'Traumatized': Family - NBCNews.com
  185. UF football player Cristian Garcia saved teen from rape at bar - New York Daily News
  186. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  187. More evacuations ordered as 11000-acre brush fire near Santa Clarita continues to burn out of control - Los Angeles Times
  188. Munich officials: Gunman acted like 'a deranged person' but had no ties to terror groups - Washington Post
  189. Cancer survivors talk of journey, hope - Star News
  190. UN-backed AIDS conference closes with calls to end discrimination, bolster HIV care, support - UN News Centre
  191. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  192. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  193. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying Appleton teen - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  194. Chinese Scientists Plan First Human Test With Gene Editing Tool - Bloomberg
  195. Miami Steps Up Mosquito Control Efforts After Suspected Zika Cases - NPR
  196. Floods kill over 150 across China, leave scores missing - CBS News
  197. WNBA rescinds fines for protest t-shirts - SB Nation
  198. UF football player Cristian Garcia saved teen from rape at bar - New York Daily News
  199. Turkey failed coup: Nephew of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen held - BBC News
  200. Brush fire spreads to more than 11000 acres near Santa Clarita as ash and smoke fill skies - Los Angeles Times
  201. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  202. Munich officials: Gunman acted like 'a deranged person' but had no ties to terror groups - Washington Post
  203. Car chases and secret getaways: Tim Kaine's wild 78 hours - CNN
  204. Golf: Snedeker leads Johnson, du Toit by one stroke at Canadian Open
  205. A 555-strong U.S. Olympics team includes record 292 women
  206. Alaska's first Zika case is in Sitka - KTOO
  207. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  208. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  209. UN-backed AIDS conference closes with calls to end discrimination, bolster HIV care, support - UN News Centre
  210. Chinese Scientists Plan First Human Test With Gene Editing Tool - Bloomberg
  211. More than 1000 at prom for Wisconsin teen choosing to die - 11alive.com
  212. Miami Steps Up Mosquito Control Efforts After Suspected Zika Cases - NPR
  213. Heavy rain in China kills at least 87, thousands evacuated - Reuters
  214. Peggy Noonan on the Republican Convention: Swing and a miss - American Thinker (blog)
  215. UF football player Cristian Garcia saved teen from rape at bar - New York Daily News
  216. Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree - Reuters
  217. Brush fire spreads to more than 11000 acres near Santa Clarita as ash and smoke fill skies - Los Angeles Times
  218. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  219. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  220. A History of Hamburger E. coli Outbreaks 1993 to the Present - Food Poison Journal
  221. Feds: 3 charged in $1B Medicare fraud nursing home scam - Sun Sentinel
  222. Johnson & Johnson's Acclarent Unit in $18 Million US Settlement - Wall Street Journal
  223. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  224. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - 11alive.com
  225. Chinese Scientists Plan First Human Test With Gene Editing Tool - Bloomberg
  226. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  227. Miami Steps Up Mosquito Control Efforts After Suspected Zika Cases03:45 - WBUR
  228. Obama disputes Trump's criticisms of US - USA TODAY
  229. Fact check: Trump defends claim on Oswald and Cruz's father - USA TODAY
  230. UF football player intervened in alleged rape behind bar dumpster - New York Daily News
  231. Turkey failed coup: Nephew of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen held - BBC News
  232. Brush fire spreads to more than 11000 acres near Santa Clarita as ash and smoke fill skies - Los Angeles Times
  233. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  234. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  235. UN-backed AIDS conference closes with calls to end discrimination, bolster HIV care, support - UN News Centre
  236. Feds: 3 charged in $1B Medicare fraud nursing home scam - Sun Sentinel
  237. A History of Hamburger E. coli Outbreaks 1993 to the Present - Food Poison Journal
  238. Ringing in the ears plagues nearly one in 10 U.S. adults - Business Insider
  239. Last dance: Huge outpouring for dying teen - 11alive.com
  240. Chinese Scientists Plan First Human Test With Gene Editing Tool - Bloomberg
  241. West Nile Virus Detected in Ashford Park - Patch.com
  242. Zika virus: What's next for South Florida? - Orlando Sentinel
  243. Fact check: Trump defends claim on Oswald and Cruz's father - USA TODAY
  244. Why a college athlete stopped an alleged sexual assault instead of walking away - Washington Post
  245. Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree - Reuters
  246. Munich shooting: Attacker researched rampage killings, police say - CNN
  247. Brush fire spreads to more than 11000 acres near Santa Clarita as ash and smoke fill skies - Los Angeles Times
  248. ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens - CNN
  249. AIDS summit ends with call for more funding - GMA News
  250. A History of Hamburger E. coli Outbreaks 1993 to the Present - Food Poison Journal