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  1. Report: Multiple people injured in Chicago drive-by - CBS News
  2. Bulls' Derrick Rose suffers orbital fracture: Five things to know - CBSSports.com
  3. Republicans, Planned Parenthood square off in Congress - Reuters
  4. Gissendaner denied clemency; execution appeals continue - CNN
  5. 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks pleads not guilty to sexual battery
  6. Woman burned as baby meets nurse who cared for her - San Jose Mercury News
  7. GRAVES: I dyed my hair pink, but it's not nearly enough - Cincinnati.com
  8. The Future Is Here. You Can Now Shave Your Face With A Laser [VIDEO] - Daily Caller
  9. Protect your kids from falling flat-screen TVs, researchers warn - Reuters
  10. Sanofi's Praluent approved by The European Commission for LDL Cholesterol - The Market Business
  11. US states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products - Reuters
  12. New test detects all the viruses that infect people, animals - UPI.com
  13. Sweetened Drinks May Heighten Heart Disease Risk - Endocrinology Advisor
  14. Woman Who Suffered Severe Burns as A Baby Reunited with Nurse Who Cared For ... - People Magazine
  15. "Forbes 400" list reveals America's wealthiest - CBS News
  16. Suspects plead not guilty to murder of UCLA student - Daily Bruin
  17. Report: Multiple people injured in Chicago drive-by - CBS News
  18. Derrick Rose's attorney wants sexual assault case thrown out - ESPN
  19. Powers struggle to agree on Syria; Russia urged to strike Islamic State - Reuters
  20. Republicans, Planned Parenthood square off in Congress - Reuters
  21. Supreme Court denies request to stop Georgia's planned execution of Kelly ... - Washington Post
  22. Review: Sugary Drinks Can Also Damage Heart Health - Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)
  23. First patient receives stem cell treatment for blindness - CBS News
  24. New test detects all the viruses that infect people, animals - UPI.com
  25. GRAVES: I dyed my hair pink, but it's not nearly enough - Cincinnati.com
  26. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc And Sanofi SA (ADR) Win EU Nod For Cholesterol ... - Bidness ETC
  27. Study: Pregnant Cancer Patients Shouldn't Forego Treatment - People Magazine
  28. US states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products - Reuters
  29. GRAVES: I dyed my hair pink, but it's not nearly enough - Cincinnati.com
  30. Woman Who Suffered Severe Burns as A Baby Reunited with Nurse Who Cared For ... - People Magazine
  31. "Forbes 400" list reveals America's wealthiest - CBS News
  32. Suspects plead not guilty to murder of UCLA student - Daily Bruin
  33. Supreme Court denies request to stop Georgia's planned execution of Kelly ... - Washington Post
  34. Republicans, Planned Parenthood square off in Congress - Reuters
  35. Report: Multiple people injured in Chicago drive-by - CBS News
  36. Powers struggle to agree on Syria; Russia urged to strike Islamic State - Reuters
  37. Derrick Rose's attorney wants sexual assault case thrown out - ESPN
  38. Review: Sugary Drinks Can Also Damage Heart Health - Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)
  39. First patient receives stem cell treatment for blindness - CBS News
  40. New test detects all the viruses that infect people, animals - UPI.com
  41. US states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products - Reuters
  42. Study: Pregnant Cancer Patients Shouldn't Forego Treatment - People Magazine
  43. Tinder Irked by Ad Linking App to STDs - PC Magazine
  44. Gissendaner denied clemency, set to be executed Tuesday night - CNN
  45. How McConnell outfoxed Ted Cruz - Politico
  46. Father of high school shooter found guilty of gun charges - seattlepi.com
  47. Ralph Lauren Hands CEO Reins to Stefan Larsson of Old Navy - WWD
  48. River Forest's Lincoln School named Blue Ribbon winner - Chicago Tribune
  49. Eat for Better Abs
  50. The 'Total Divas' Season 4 Finale is Tonight
  51. 3 Diet Strategies To Get You Ripped Like A Freak
  52. True Muscle Trainer: Phase 3, Day 46
  53. Planned Parenthood wins round in U.S. court against Utah
  54. UPDATE 1-Clinton calls for repeal of 'Cadillac tax' on healthcare plans
  55. Steelers QB Vick to 'play freely' in possible last start
  56. Drug industry must address image problem over prices: Teva executive
  57. Bulls' Derrick Rose suffers orbital fracture: Five things to know - CBSSports.com
  58. Report: Multiple people injured in Chicago drive-by - CBS News
  59. Study: Dried Plums May Lower Risk Of Colon Cancer - CBS Local
  60. US states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products - Reuters
  61. Study: Pregnant Cancer Patients Shouldn't Forego Treatment - People Magazine
  62. New test detects all the viruses that infect people, animals - UPI.com
  63. First patient receives stem cell treatment for blindness - CBS News
  64. Review: Sugary Drinks Can Also Damage Heart Health - Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)
  65. GRAVES: I dyed my hair pink, but it's not nearly enough - Cincinnati.com
  66. Woman Who Suffered Severe Burns as A Baby Reunited with Nurse Who Cared For ... - People Magazine
  67. Google announces two Nexus phones, Android 6.0 - Computerworld
  68. Freddie Gray: Trial dates set for officers - CNN
  69. Powers struggle to agree on Syria; Russia urged to strike Islamic State - Reuters
  70. Planned Parenthood leader: Video allegations are 'offensive' and 'untrue' - Washington Post
  71. Taliban tighten hold on Afghan city despite US airstrikes - WRAL.com
  72. Georgia parole board denies clemency request from Kelly Gissendaner despite ... - Washington Post
  73. Clinton calls for repeal of 'Cadillac tax' on high-end healthcare plans
  74. You're Reading The Protein Powder Label Wrong
  75. U.S. biotech bloodbath hits hedge funds but some bargains emerge
  76. UPDATE 3-Obama, Congress to kick off U.S. budget negotiations
  77. Food tracking app links less sleeping to more eating
  78. Murder charges filed against 2 men in UCLA student's death - Los Angeles Times
  79. College Park goes pink for breast cancer awareness month - Orlando Sentinel
  80. Woman Who Suffered Severe Burns as A Baby Reunited with Nurse Who Cared For ... - People Magazine
  81. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi Grab Another Important Win - Motley Fool
  82. Cancer treatment during pregnancy does not affect pediatric outcomes - Healio
  83. New test detects all the viruses that infect people, animals - UPI.com
  84. First patient receives stem cell treatment for blindness - CBS News
  85. Ban honey? Review says fructose is bad for health - Science Codex
  86. US states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products - Reuters
  87. Platini 'in between witness and accused person': Swiss prosecutor
  88. Ryder Cup about reaffirming golf's reputation, captains say
  89. Mixed martial arts star Jon Jones gets probation for New Mexico hit-and-run
  90. CANADA STOCKS-TSX gains slightly, rally lacks momentum
  91. From pixels to pixies: the future of touch is sound
  92. U.S. states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products
  93. US STOCKS-S&P 500 bounces back after nearing August low
  94. U.S. workers sue Monsanto claiming herbicide caused cancer
  95. RPT-UPDATE 1-U.S. Sen. Hatch says no help for Puerto Rico unless better disclosure
  96. Trial of man over death of NFL star Peterson's son goes to jury
  97. Blatter does not rule out staying beyond February, says confidant
  98. Muslim Radicals Set Churches on Fire, Threaten to Eradicate Christianity in Tanzania
  99. Pope Francis News: Meets with clergy sex abuse victims: 'God weeps'
  100. Clinton calls for repeal of 'Cadillac tax' on high-end healthcare plans
  101. U.S. states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products
  102. U.S. workers sue Monsanto claiming herbicide caused cancer
  103. U.S. rule to cut toxic emissions at refineries
  104. Pricing fears put drug stocks in sick bay
  105. NCAA sanctions SMU basketball, coach Larry Brown for rules violations
  106. NFL's 'Deflategate' appeal to be heard in February: court order
  107. UPDATE 1-U.S. Sen. Hatch says no help for Puerto Rico unless better disclosure
  108. UPDATE 1-Republicans, Planned Parenthood square off in U.S. Congress
  109. This Is Why You're Not Losing Fat
  110. Incredible new test detects all viruses that infect people - Treehugger
  111. Study: Dried Plums May Lower Risk Of Colon Cancer - CBS Local
  112. Study: Pregnant Cancer Patients Shouldn't Forego Treatment - People Magazine
  113. First patient receives stem cell treatment for blindness - CBS News
  114. US workers sue Monsanto claiming herbicide caused cancer - Reuters
  115. US states urge FDA to ensure warnings on liquid nicotine products - Reuters
  116. Burned as baby, woman finally meets nurse who cared for her - seattlepi.com
  117. Breast Cancer calendar - Florida Times-Union
  118. Father of the Bride Stops Wedding to Grab His Daughter's Stepdad So They Could ... - E! Online
  119. Alicia Ziegler's AAA Workout: Awesome Abs And Arms!
  120. Gissendaner denied clemency, set to be executed Tuesday night - CNN
  121. Republicans, Planned Parenthood square off in Congress - Reuters
  122. US official: Russia 'ready' to launch airstrikes in Syria - CNN
  123. Celebrate with a cup (or nibble) on National Coffee Day - Sacramento Bee
  124. Edward Snowden joins Twitter, immediately gets more followers than NSA - Los Angeles Times
  125. More evidence links inactivity to diabetes and heart disease
  126. BRIEF-Abivax H1 total operating revenue rises to 310,000 euros
  127. Doctors warn hikers, other endurance athletes, and medical personnel about the risks of water intoxication
  128. A Better Workout for Bigger Forearms
  129. The 15 Worst College Nutrition Choices
  130. Pope Urges Halt to Execution of Georgia Woman Kelly Gissendaner - NBCNews.com
  131. U.S. says no settlement offer from Electrolux in GE appliance deal fight
  132. Republicans and Planned Parenthood square off in U.S. Congress
  133. DIARY-New Zealand Sept 30 - Oct 30
  134. US STOCKS-Wall St sheds some early gains as global economy weighs
  135. Protect your kids from falling flat-screen TVs, researchers warn
  136. Therapy sessions help anxious parents raise calm kids
  137. ISIS News Today 2015: France Fires First Airstrike Attacks on Syria Extremists
  138. Migrant Crisis Europe News 2015: Turkish Waters See Another 17 People Drown
  139. US military launches airstrike on Kunduz after Taliban assault on the key city - Washington Post
  140. Obama presses Cuban president to respond to US moves - Washington Post
  141. Planned Parenthood leader: Video allegations are 'offensive' and 'untrue' - Washington Post
  142. Protect your kids from falling flat-screen TVs, researchers warn - Reuters
  143. India delays implementation of bigger tobacco pack warnings - Reuters
  144. 10-year-old twins fight leukemia together - CNN
  145. High Blood Pressure Tied to Greater Risk for T2D - MedPage Today
  146. Study: Pregnant Cancer Patients Shouldn't Forego Treatment - People Magazine
  147. 'Big step forward' in new treatment for age-related macular degeneration, UK ... - National Post
  148. Woman to Reunite With Nurse Who Cared for Her as Burned Infant - ABC News
  149. The Martian: EW review - Entertainment Weekly
  150. Snowden's first tweet: 'Can you hear me now?' - USA TODAY
  151. Why coffee drinkers are celebrating National Coffee Day - CBS News
  152. CANADA STOCKS-TSX higher in choppy trading; Valeant, energy key movers
  153. Lead Poisoning and Anemia Associated with Use of Ayurvedic Medications Purchased on the Internet
  154. The Taliban Take Advantage of Afghan Disarray to Reconquer Lost City - TIME
  155. Obama presses Cuban president to respond to US moves - Washington Post
  156. Family Split Over Whether Kelly Gissendaner Should Die Tonight - NBCNews.com
  157. US STOCKS-Wall St higher as health care stocks bounce back
  158. Big bellwether junk bonds tank
  159. BRIEF-1Nkemia H1 operating income up 12 pct at 4.5 million euros
  160. BRIEF-Ab-Biotics H1 revenue rises to 1.6 million euros yoy
  161. UPDATE 2-Novavax RSV vaccine found safe for pregnant women, fetus
  162. No money for contraceptives, safe births for Burundi refugees at new camps
  163. 90-Y-O Christian Woman Shaves Her Head to Raise Money for Syrian Refugees
  164. Starbucks' take on National Coffee Day: 1 million free coffee trees - CNNMoney
  165. US sanctions Islamic State supporters, targets finances - Reuters
  166. 10-year-old twins fight leukemia together - CNN
  167. 3 Tips For Meeting Your Nutritional Needs
  168. Billboards linking Tinder to STDs are latest battleground in online dating wars - Washington Post
  169. More evidence links inactivity to diabetes and heart disease - Reuters
  170. India delays implementation of bigger tobacco pack warnings - Reuters
  171. Gene test finds which breast cancer patients can skip chemo - WKOW
  172. Toppling TVs cause head, neck injuries in children - UPI.com
  173. UK scientists start stem cell trial of potential blindness cure - Philly.com
  174. Trump tax plan provides glimpse of his populist appeal - Christian Science Monitor
  175. Edward Snowden Joins Twitter - TIME
  176. US STOCKS-Wall St higher as health care stocks bounce back
  177. National Coffee Day Starbucks 2015: No free coffee today? - AL.com
  178. Victim's Family: Kelly Gissendaner Doesn't Deserve Clemency - NBCNews.com
  179. Fugitive Accused of Kidnapping Arrested After 24 Years - ABC News
  180. Afghan Troops Battle Taliban to Retake Kunduz - Voice of America
  181. Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards mounts defense before Congress - USA TODAY
  182. TF Supplements Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Dietary Supplements with Undeclared Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
  183. King Ralph: Looking Back On Our 1988 Issue
  184. Sugary drinks raise risk of heart attack, heart disease by more than a third
  185. Six killed in another surge of violence in Chicago - USA TODAY
  186. Heavy Rains to Drench Tri-State; Tropical Storm Joaquin Looms on the Horizon - NBC New York
  187. UK scientists start stem cell trial of potential blindness cure - Philly.com
  188. AG's office to investigate pharmaceutical companies - Chron.com
  189. Eli Lilly (LLY) Stock Climbs on Positive Arthritis Drug Test Results - TheStreet.com
  190. Can't miss: Pictorial warnings on tobacco products to get bigger - Hindustan Times
  191. Gene test finds which breast cancer patients can skip chemo - NJ.com
  192. Toppling TVs cause head, neck injuries in children - UPI.com
  193. 10-year-old twins fight leukemia together - CNN
  194. Toppling TVs cause head, neck injuries in children - UPI.com
  195. Tropical Storm Joaquin could impact N.J., pose biggest threat since Sandy - NJ.com
  196. Paul Jackson, Suspect in Oregon Rape, Kidnap Cold Case, Arrested in Mexico - NBCNews.com
  197. Six killed in another surge of violence in Chicago - USA TODAY
  198. Where to get free coffee and doughnuts for National Coffee Day - Los Angeles Times
  199. US sanctions Islamic State supporters, targets finances - Reuters
  200. Planned Parenthood's Richards testifies today - Politico
  201. US military launches airstrike on Kunduz after Taliban assault on the key city - Washington Post
  202. BRIEF-Neuca Med raises stake in Medica Pro Familia to 70.08 pct
  203. UK scientists start stem cell trial of potential blindness cure - Philly.com
  204. 10-year-old twins fight leukemia together - CNN
  205. 18 Major Signs That You’re Hopelessly, Adorably, Disgustingly In Love
  206. Ban honey? Review says fructose is bad for health - Science Codex
  207. Eli Lilly (LLY) Stock Climbs on Positive Arthritis Drug Test Results - TheStreet.com
  208. Can't miss: Pictorial warnings on tobacco products to get bigger - Hindustan Times
  209. El Paso abortion clinic reopens amid Texas court battles - Washington Post
  210. Gene test finds which breast cancer patients can skip chemo - NJ.com
  211. Tropical Storm Joaquin could impact N.J., pose biggest threat since Sandy - NJ.com
  212. The Assault on Planned Parenthood Is Getting Personal for Me - New York Magazine
  213. Pregnant mother, grandmother dead; 3 others, including 11-month-old, injured ... - Chicago Tribune
  214. National Coffee Day: Where to find free, discounted coffee - OregonLive.com
  215. Paul Jackson, Suspect in Oregon Rape, Kidnap Cold Case, Arrested in Mexico - NBCNews.com
  216. US military launches airstrike on Kunduz after Taliban assault on the key city - Washington Post
  217. Summary Basis of Decision for FETZIMA
  218. UPDATE 1-Novavax RSV vaccine given to mothers also protects infants-study
  219. BRIEF-Zhongyuan Union Cell & Gene Engineering halts asset restructuring plan
  220. Stem cell surgery raises hope of cure for age-related blindness - Fox News
  221. 10-year-old twins fight leukemia together - CNN
  222. Lilly, Incyte score another PhIII success for baricitinib, as market doubts linger - FierceBiotech
  223. 7 more people sick with Legionnaires' disease in NYC - Fox News
  224. Forget Traditional Razors, Skarp Is Here To Provide Laser Shaving - Mirror Daily
  225. Baby born without most of his brain defies the odds - kfor.com
  226. Dried Plums Could Help Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer - The Market Business
  227. Pregnant Women With Cancer Shouldn't Delay Treatment Or Terminate Their ... - Tech Times
  228. Paul Jackson, Suspect in Oregon Rape, Kidnap Cold Case, Arrested in Mexico - NBCNews.com
  229. Essential Politics: Planned Parenthood president testifying on Capitol Hill - Los Angeles Times
  230. National Coffee Day free coffee, deals, freebies 2015: Dunkin' Donuts, Krispy ... - AL.com
  231. Summary Basis of Decision for VARITHENA
  232. PRESS DIGEST- Canada - Sept 29
  233. BRIEF-Jinghua Pharma gets regulatory approval for asset acquisition
  234. Novavax RSV vaccine given to mothers protects infants - study
  235. UPDATE 1-Lilly, Incyte arthritis drug found better than common treatment
  236. FIFA ethics panel gives life ban to former exco member Warner
  237. Lilly, Incyte rheumatoid arthritis drug succeeds in late-stage study
  238. Pastor Saeed Abedini Won't Be Set Free Until the US First Releases 19 Iranian Criminals, Says President Rouhani
  239. Taliban Captures Major Afghan City in 'Stunning' Assault After US, NATO Withdraw Troops
  240. Novavax RSV vaccine given to mothers protects infants - study
  241. Western envoys in Bangladesh limit movements after attack claimed by Islamic State - Reuters
  242. Stem cell surgery raises hope of cure for age-related blindness - Fox News
  243. Baystate surgeon Susan Cash: Individualized breast cancer treatments grow as ... - MassLive.com
  244. Pregnant mother, grandmother dead; 3 others, including 11-month-old, injured ... - Chicago Tribune
  245. Cincinnati hospital loses newborn's remains; trash searched - Washington Post
  246. US military launches airstrike on Kunduz after Taliban assault on the key city - Washington Post
  247. Lilly, Incyte rheumatoid arthritis drug succeeds in late-stage study
  248. 7 more people sick with Legionnaires' disease in NYC - Fox News
  249. Shaving will never be the same with this laser razor - Mashable
  250. Baby born missing most of his brain celebrates milestones - CBS News