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  1. Mali Hotel Attack Survivor: 'I Knew I Was Going to Become a Victim' - NBCNews.com
  2. Trump: 'I want surveillance of certain mosques' - CNN
  3. Five injured in fire in famed Chicago skyscraper - Reuters
  4. New Orleans med student shot while trying to stop mugging - WTVD-TV
  5. Brussels on highest alert as Belgian officials warn of 'serious and imminent ... - Washington Post
  6. Ko on verge of $1 million jackpot at LPGA finale
  7. Judicious use of antibiotics is need of the hour - The Hindu
  8. This diet study upends everything we thought we knew about 'healthy' food - Washington Post
  9. What It Will Take To Give Indians An Alternative To Open Defecation - Huffington Post
  10. FDA approves genetically engineered salmon - Oneida Dispatch
  11. David Trinko: Appreciate a second chance for gratitude - Lima Ohio
  12. Judicious use of antibiotics is need of the hour - The Hindu
  13. New Orleans Medical Student Shot While Trying to Stop Attack on Woman - NBCNews.com
  14. D.C. Week: Mostly Smooth Sailing for FDA Nominee at Senate Hearing - MedPage Today
  15. Moderate caffeine consumption during pregnancy not detrimental to baby's health - UPI.com
  16. Mali Hotel Attack Survivor: 'I Knew I Was Going To Become A Victim' - NBCNews.com
  17. No. 9 Michigan State upsets No. 3 Ohio State 17-14 on last-second FG - CBSSports.com
  18. Brussels on highest alert as Belgian officials warn of 'serious and imminent ... - Washington Post
  19. This diet study upends everything we thought we knew about 'healthy' food - Washington Post
  20. Why important Thanksgiving? The survey gave interesting results - Daily Star Gazette
  21. Sleeping in Is Slowly Killing You, Study Finds - Times Gazette
  22. Rescue crews begin recovery of helicopter and bodies after fatal crash in New ... - ABC Online
  23. American Survivor of Mali Hotel Attack: 'I Just Knew I Was Dead' - ABC News
  24. Trump supporters, Black Lives Matter protester clash at rally - CBS News
  25. Police Searching for Gunman Who Shot New Orleans Student in Terrifying Moment ... - WBAL Radio
  26. Brussels shutdown as manhunt for Paris fugitive Abdeslam continues - BBC News
  27. VW may drop sponsorship of Hannover 96, others: Bild am Sonntag
  28. Reported plans of attack on Atlanta wrestling match not credible: FBI
  29. Roger and Tecau clinch year-end top doubles ranking
  30. Kisner on verge of first PGA Tour victory with three-shot lead
  31. Djokovic unbeatable? Federer eyes two wins in a week
  32. Hillary Clinton Knew American Killed in Mali, Describes Her as 'Loving Mother' - ABC News
  33. Moderate caffeine consumption during pregnancy not detrimental to baby's health - UPI.com
  34. Sleeping in Is Slowly Killing You, Study Finds - Times Gazette
  35. D.C. Week: Mostly Smooth Sailing for FDA Nominee at Senate Hearing - MedPage Today
  36. A World Health Organization survey shows how people are confused on antibiotic ... - Financial Company Voices
  37. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  38. FDA approves genetically engineered salmon - Oneida Dispatch
  39. Investigators in NYC say baby cut from womb; mother dies - Washington Post
  40. Woman Allegedly Cut Baby Out Of Pregnant Woman After Fatally Stabbing Her - Gothamist
  41. Is drinking coffee during pregnancy really safe? - BABW News
  42. Parasitic worm boosted fertility in ladies - The Sun (subscription)
  43. Fox Glacier crash: Weather hampers recovery efforts - New Zealand Herald
  44. Jang, Kerr share 54-hole lead at season-ending tournament
  45. Brussels on highest alert as Belgian officials warn of 'serious and imminent ... - Washington Post
  46. 5 injured in fire at Hancock building - Chicago Tribune
  47. Trump: 'I want surveillance of certain mosques' - CNN
  48. Bangladesh executes two former members of parliament - Washington Post
  49. D.C. Week: Mostly Smooth Sailing for FDA Nominee at Senate Hearing - MedPage Today
  50. The Guardian view on antibiotic resistance: a clear and present danger - The Guardian
  51. 'A Good Warrior': Newborn Beats Ebola in Guinea - NBCNews.com
  52. This diet study upends everything we thought we knew about 'healthy' food - Washington Post
  53. David Trinko: Appreciate a second chance for gratitude - Lima Ohio
  54. Some Chipotle customers say undeterred by E. coli outbreak - Reuters
  55. Certain species of roundworm found to increase female fertility: Study - Northern Californian
  56. Moderate caffeine consumption during pregnancy not detrimental to baby's health - UPI.com
  57. Investigators probe bloody scene where pregnant woman died - Washington Post
  58. Israel stabbings: 'Four injured' in Kiryat Gat attacks - BBC News
  59. White House candidates with ties to American killed in Mali express sympathies - Fox News
  60. Trump: 'I want surveillance of certain mosques' - CNN
  61. Fire Breaks out in Chicago's Hancock Skyscraper - ABC News
  62. Louisiana Voters Head to Polls to Pick Next Governor - Wall Street Journal
  63. Brussels on highest alert as Belgian officials warn of 'serious and imminent ... - Washington Post
  64. D.C. Week: Mostly Smooth Sailing for FDA Nominee at Senate Hearing - MedPage Today
  65. Sleeping in Is Slowly Killing You, Study Finds - Times Gazette
  66. Report Highlights Concerns on Antibiotic-Resistant 'Superbugs' in Farm Animals - ABC News
  67. Some Chipotle customers say undeterred by E. coli outbreak - Reuters
  68. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  69. Gloria Yoder: How do you show your gratitude? - Neosho Daily News
  70. Moderate caffeine consumption during pregnancy not detrimental to baby's health - UPI.com
  71. Former South Korean President Kim Young-sam Dies - Wall Street Journal
  72. Parts of Midwest hit by heavy snow as holiday travel looms - USA TODAY
  73. Donald Trump says he “absolutely” wants a database of Syrian refugees - Washington Post
  74. Hillary Clinton knew American Mali terrorist attack victim - CNN
  75. Suarez, Neymar humiliate Real in 4-0 'Clasico' romp
  76. Sublime Djokovic crushes Nadal to reach final in London
  77. Webber a champion at last in world endurance series
  78. ITF 'greatly concerned' over Davis Cup security
  79. Brussels on highest alert as Belgian officials warn of 'serious and imminent ... - Washington Post
  80. Election Day: Gov. Hopeful Vitter Trails In Deep-Red Louisiana - Huffington Post
  81. Study - parasitic worms might aid women in conceiving - Modern Readers
  82. Changes To Antibiotic Use In Livestock Feeds - Yankton Daily Press
  83. 'Endangered' Classification Forces NIH To Retire Chimpanzee Research - Immortal News
  84. Gloria Yoder: How do you show your gratitude? - Neosho Daily News
  85. Sleeping in Is Slowly Killing You, Study Finds - Motherboard
  86. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  87. Chipotle Says It Won't Close More Restaurants as E. Coli Outbreak Reports ... - People Magazine
  88. Sleeping in Is Slowly Killing You, Study Finds - Motherboard
  89. Can A Parasitic Worm Make It Easier (Or Harder) For A Woman To Conceive? - NPR
  90. Trump calls for surveillance of some mosques, attempts to clarify remarks on ... - Fox News
  91. FBI Aware of Terror Threat Claim at WWE Survivors Series Event in Atlanta - NBCNews.com
  92. In Asia, Obama takes softer tone on human rights, corruption - Washington Post
  93. Hillary Clinton knew American Mali terrorist attack victim - CNN
  94. Early season snowstorm coats Midwestern US, affects travel - Reuters
  95. Louisiana race: Could Paris attacks give Republicans an upset victory? - Christian Science Monitor
  96. Mali Hotel Attack Highlights France's Strategic Dilemma - TIME
  97. Brussels placed on highest terror alert - USA TODAY
  98. Chipotle Says They Won't Close More Restaurants as E. Coli Outbreak Reports ... - People Magazine
  99. Drinking coffee while pregnant won't affect your child's IQ, study suggests - Ledger Gazette
  100. Changes To Antibiotic Use In Livestock Feeds - Yankton Daily Press
  101. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  102. US Government To Retire Its Research Chimps - Ledger Gazette
  103. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  104. Often because of the potential complexity of the agreement.
  105. Can A Parasitic Worm Make It Easier (Or Harder) For A Woman To Conceive? - NPR
  106. Was Ben Carson Just the Republican Flavor of the Month? - NBCNews.com
  107. FBI Aware of Terror Threat Claim at WWE Survivors Series Event in Atlanta - NBCNews.com
  108. Chipotle Says They Won't Close More Restaurants as E. Coli Outbreak Reports ... - People Magazine
  109. Heart failure improvements with diet and exercise
  110. Brussels placed on highest terror alert - USA TODAY
  111. In Asia, Obama takes softer tone on human rights, corruption - Washington Post
  112. Election Day: Gov. Hopeful Vitter Trails In Deep-Red Louisiana - Huffington Post
  113. Parts of Midwest hit by heavy snow as holiday travel looms - USA TODAY
  114. Hillary Clinton knew American Mali terrorist attack victim - CNN
  115. Sleeping in Is Slowly Killing You, Study Finds - Motherboard
  116. Drinking coffee while pregnant won't affect your child's IQ, study suggests - Ledger Gazette
  117. Changes To Antibiotic Use In Livestock Feeds - Yankton Daily Press
  118. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  119. US Government To Retire Its Research Chimps - Ledger Gazette
  120. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  121. Was Ben Carson Just the Republican Flavor of the Month? - NBCNews.com
  122. 22-Year-old Pregnant Bronx Woman Fatally Stabbed by Woman Who Claimed the ... - People Magazine
  123. Certain species of roundworm found to increase female fertility: Study - Northern Californian
  124. 4 Reasons It's Bad To Sleep In, Because It Might Be Messing With Your System ... - Bustle
  125. Anita Datar is the only known American killed in Mali. She was there to help. - Washington Post
  126. At refugee center in Malaysia, Obama calls on US to welcome the 'forgotten' - Los Angeles Times
  127. How Bobby Jindal might have sunk David Vitter's campaign for governor - Washington Post
  128. Parts of Midwest hit by heavy snow as holiday travel looms - USA TODAY
  129. Brussels on security clampdown; 4 new arrests in Paris probe - CNN
  130. Megachurch Pastor Kong Hee Jailed for 8 Years for $35-Million Fraud
  131. New study claims moderate coffee while pregnant does not harm baby's IQ - Daily News & Analysis
  132. Chipotle Is Still Serving Burritos Laced With New Secret Ingredient: E. Coli - Gawker
  133. Unregulated antibiotic sales may raise risk of superbugs - Business Standard
  134. 'A Good Warrior': Newborn Beats Ebola in Guinea - NBCNews.com
  135. This diet study upends everything we thought we knew about 'healthy' food - Washington Post
  136. Kidney Donor Connection Made After Misplaced Craigslist Ad - ABC News
  137. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  138. Certain species of roundworm found to increase female fertility: Study - Northern Californian
  139. GOP rivals condemn Donald Trump for backing Muslim database - San Jose Mercury News
  140. Parts of Midwest hit by heavy snow as holiday travel looms - USA TODAY
  141. At refugee center in Malaysia, Obama calls on US to welcome the 'forgotten' - Los Angeles Times
  142. How Bobby Jindal might have sunk David Vitter's campaign for governor - Washington Post
  143. Hillary Clinton knew American Mali terrorist attack victim - CNN
  144. Brussels on security clampdown; 4 new arrests in Paris probe - CNN
  145. Mali Hotel Attack: American Victim Did Everything in Her Life to Help Others
  146. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  147. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  148. Report Highlights Concerns on Antibiotic-Resistant 'Superbugs' in Farm Animals - ABC News
  149. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  150. Photos: What using the toilet looks like around the world - Quartz
  151. Novartis to pay $390 million in US settlement over pharmacy kickbacks - Reuters
  152. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  153. Could a nasty parasitic worm result in pregnancies? - Morning Ticker
  154. Gustafson, Gordon are pleasant partners in chase for fifth Sprint Cup title - Los Angeles Times
  155. Arrest made in murder of Kentucky girl, 7, who went missing during football game - AL.com
  156. American Killed in Mali Attacks Was Mother and Peace Corps Volunteer - ABC News
  157. Democrats Try To End Drought In The South With Louisiana Governor Win - NPR
  158. Parts of Midwest hit by heavy snow as holiday travel looms - USA TODAY
  159. At refugee center in Malaysia, Obama calls on US to welcome the 'forgotten' - Los Angeles Times
  160. Mali hotel attack: Gunmen barged in, shot at 'anything that moved' - CNN
  161. Brussels on highest alert as Belgian officials warn of 'serious and imminent ... - Washington Post
  162. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  163. Changes To Antibiotic Use In Livestock Feeds - Yankton Daily Press
  164. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  165. Moderate Drinkers Have Less Risk Of Early Death - University Herald
  166. Photos: What using the toilet looks like around the world - Quartz
  167. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  168. Ben Carson Becomes Last Major Candidate to File for New Hampshire Primary - NBCNews.com
  169. Helicopter Crash Kills 7 in New Zealand Tourist Spot - NBCNews.com
  170. Could a nasty parasitic worm result in pregnancies? - Morning Ticker
  171. Weekend oversleeping may be bad for your health - University Herald
  172. Man charged with murder, rape of 7-year-old girl - USA TODAY
  173. Paris terror attacks suspects arrested in Turkey; Belgium on high alert - CNN
  174. Putin says seeks global anti-terrorism fight after 19 killed in Mali attack - Reuters
  175. Storm blankets parts of Midwest with more than foot of snow - seattlepi.com
  176. The Latest: US, SE Asian nations press South China Sea issue - Washington Post
  177. Louisiana Voters Head to Polls in Contentious Race for Governor - NBCNews.com
  178. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  179. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  180. This diet study upends everything we thought we knew about 'healthy' food - Washington Post
  181. Report Highlights Concerns on Antibiotic-Resistant 'Superbugs' in Farm Animals - ABC News
  182. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  183. Ebola returns to Liberia months after nation declared free of virus - CNN International
  184. Weekend oversleeping may be bad for your health - University Herald
  185. Can an Infection with a Roundworm Increase the Chance of Getting Pregnant? - BABW News
  186. 4 Brits, 2 Aussies among 7 dead in New Zealand chopper crash - Washington Post
  187. France seeks US-Russia unity in coalition against Islamic State - Los Angeles Times
  188. Ben Carson calls for database of all foreigners in US - Boston Herald
  189. Belgium warns of 'imminent terror threat' - NEWS.com.au
  190. Midwest Winter Storm Dumps Season's First Snow, Disrupts Travel - NBCNews.com
  191. Putin says seeks global anti-terrorism fight after 19 killed in Mali attack - Reuters
  192. Brussels on highest alert as Belgian officials warn of 'serious and imminent ... - Washington Post
  193. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  194. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  195. Report Highlights Concerns on Antibiotic-Resistant 'Superbugs' in Farm Animals - ABC News
  196. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  197. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  198. Three new Ebola cases confirmed in Liberia: WHO - New Vision
  199. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  200. Weekend oversleeping may be bad for your health - University Herald
  201. Ben Carson calls for database of all foreigners in US - Boston Herald
  202. Parasitic Worm Could Boost Fertility For Women - Apex Tribune
  203. Town Saddened by Girl's Slaying Seeks 'Justice for Gabbi' - New York Times
  204. American Killed in Mali Attack Identified: 'Everything She Did in Life She Did ... - TheBlaze.com
  205. Mali hotel attack: Gunmen barged in, shot at 'anything that moved' - CNN
  206. Paris terror attacks suspects arrested in Turkey; Belgium on high alert - CNN
  207. Changes To Antibiotic Use In Livestock Feeds - Yankton Daily Press
  208. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  209. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  210. Ebola returns to Liberia months after nation declared free of virus - CNN International
  211. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  212. Study Identifies Potential for Female Fertility After Infection with Roundworm - Pioneer News
  213. Town saddened by girl's slaying seeks 'Justice for Gabbi' - seattlepi.com
  214. Ben Carson Becomes Last Major Candidate to File for New Hampshire Primary - NBCNews.com
  215. 4 Brits, 2 Aussies among 7 dead in New Zealand chopper crash - Washington Post
  216. Anita Datar is the only known American killed in Mali. She was there to help. - Washington Post
  217. Mali's president declares state of emergency after deadly hotel attack - Washington Post
  218. Brussels is put on high alert as officials warn of 'imminent threat' - Washington Post
  219. U.S. amateur champion DeChambeau on a higher plane
  220. Warriors eye record after beating Bulls to stay perfect
  221. Sleeping In On Weekends Could Damage Your Health - Mirror Daily
  222. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  223. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  224. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  225. Novartis to pay $390 million in US settlement over pharmacy kickbacks - Reuters
  226. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  227. Ben Carson Becomes Last Major Candidate to File for New Hampshire Primary - NBCNews.com
  228. Infected With Species of Parasitic Worm May Increase Female Fertility - Apex Beats
  229. Four British tourists among seven dead in New Zealand helicopter crash - Irish Independent
  230. Town Saddened by Girl's Slaying Seeks 'Justice for Gabbi' - ABC News
  231. FIFA ethics committee request sanctions against Blatter, Platini
  232. At least 20 hostages dead in siege of hotel in Mali, official says - Washington Post
  233. Anita Datar is the only known American killed in Mali. She was there to help. - Washington Post
  234. Belgium on high alert, warns of 'serious and imminent threat' to Brussels - CNN
  235. India chasing world class infrastructure dream, eager to work with Malaysia - New Straits Times Online
  236. Changes To Antibiotic Use In Livestock Feeds - Yankton Daily Press
  237. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  238. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  239. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post
  240. Men eat more when they're around women, study says - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  241. Chipotle E. coli outbreak hits Northeast Ohio - WKYC-TV
  242. Changes To Antibiotic Use In Livestock Feeds - Yankton Daily Press
  243. Can A Parasitic Worm Make It Easier (Or Harder) For A Woman To Conceive? - NPR
  244. Helicopter Crash Kills 7 in New Zealand Tourist Spot - NBCNews.com
  245. Trump distances himself from database to track Muslims - Washington Post
  246. Ben Carson Becomes Last Major Candidate to File for New Hampshire Primary - NBCNews.com
  247. After a French tragedy, an ugly fight in America - CNN
  248. At least 20 hostages dead in siege of hotel in Mali, official says - Washington Post
  249. Study: Pregnancy needn't rule out caffeine - Columbus Dispatch
  250. There Really Is No 'One Size Fits All' Diet Plan, According To Study - Huffington Post