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  1. Tighter Gun-Control Laws May Lower Chances That Teens Carry Firearms - Philly.com
  2. In Ga. courtroom, victims seek life sentence for executive who shipped tainted ... - Washington Post
  3. Watchful parents help early-maturing girls avoid alcohol abuse - Reuters
  4. Merck: Phase 3 Studies of Bezlotoxumab to Prevent Clostridium Difficile ... - Drug Discovery & Development
  5. Apples are top fruit for US kids - Reuters
  6. This 62-year-old drug just got 5000% more expensive - Fortune
  7. Biden: Decision on 2016 may not come in time - CBS News
  8. Biden: Decision on 2016 may not come in time - CBS News
  9. What a massive sexual assault survey found at 27 top US universities - Washington Post
  10. Viola Davis made history, Jon Hamm finally won, and good shows ruled: Why we ... - Entertainment Weekly
  11. Muslim Group CAIR Slams Ben Carson as 'Unfit to Lead' - ABC News
  12. Mother's Boyfriend Killed Bella Bond At Bedtime, Prosecutors Say - CBS Local
  13. BRIEF-Bionaturis comments on FY 2015 guidance, updates business plan
  14. Democrats push for anti-abortion group head to testify at hearing
  15. Who on earth is Lord Ashcroft? - Politico
  16. A $750 Pill And A Founder Who Doesn't Know When To Stop Tweeting - TechCrunch
  17. Apples are top fruit for US kids - Reuters
  18. Stricter state gun laws tied to fewer US kids with firearms - Reuters
  19. In Ga. courtroom, victims seek life sentence for executive who shipped tainted ... - Washington Post
  20. Watchful parents help early-maturing girls avoid alcohol abuse - Reuters
  21. DNA Sequencing to Improve Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections - Infection Control Today
  22. Aspirin relative might help Alzheimer's - The San Diego Union-Tribune
  23. Merck antibody reduces risk of Clostridium difficile recurrence, study says - Fox News
  24. Biden: Decision on 2016 may not come in time - CBS News
  25. Beetroot juice improves sprinting and decision-making during exercise
  26. UPDATE 1-GE's Immelt rules out India nuclear investment under current law
  27. BRIEF-Genticel operating loss widens to 5.8 million euros
  28. BRIEF-AB Science announces cessation of its rheumatoid arthritis study
  29. 'Truly sad' Pettersen sorry for lack of sportsmanship
  30. Solheim Cup will be remembered for 'gimmegate'
  31. Former NHL star Theo Fleury puts his life story to music
  32. Watchful parents help early-maturing girls avoid alcohol abuse
  33. Apples are top fruit for U.S. kids
  34. Muslim Group CAIR Slams Ben Carson as 'Unfit to Lead' - ABC News
  35. Prosecutor: Suspect in Death of Baby Doe 'Said It Was Her Time to Die' - NBCNews.com
  36. Viola Davis made history, Jon Hamm finally won, and good shows ruled: Why we ... - Entertainment Weekly
  37. What happens to your body on Mount Everest - CNN
  38. Stricter state gun laws tied to fewer US kids with firearms - Reuters
  39. World Alzheimer's Day 2015: A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop ... - Daily News & Analysis
  40. DNA Sequencing to Improve Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections - Infection Control Today
  41. Apples are top fruit for US kids - Reuters
  42. Merck antibody reduces risk of Clostridium difficile recurrence, study says - Fox News
  43. A $750 Pill And A Founder Who Doesn't Know When To Stop Tweeting - TechCrunch
  44. The British prime minister did what? Twitter goes bonkers over #piggate. - Washington Post
  45. Survey: More than 1 in 5 female undergrads at top schools suffer sexual attacks - Washington Post
  46. Read the Sermon Pope Francis Gave in Holguín, Cuba - TIME
  47. Health Products and Food Branch (HPFB) International Regulatory Forum 2015 – Program
  48. A high fat diet leads to overeating because of faulty brain signaling
  49. Maternal protein deficiency during pregnancy 'memorized' by fetal muscle cells
  50. Beef vs. bean meals: Both provide similar feeling of fullness
  51. Gilead combo drug fights all genotypes of hep C infection: data
  52. Brazil's Hypermarcas mulls spin-off of consumer units -paper
  53. UPDATE 1-Gilead combo drug fights all forms of hep C infection: data
  54. Murray likely to skip ATP finals for Davis Cup preparation
  55. Gilead combo drug fights all forms of hep C infection: data
  56. Stricter state gun laws tied to fewer U.S. kids with firearms
  57. Boyfriend of 'Baby Doe's' mother held without bail; mom's bail set at $1M - CNN
  58. First Read: Trump's Negative Impact on the GOP Race - NBCNews.com
  59. Viola Davis made history, Jon Hamm finally won, and good shows ruled: Why we ... - Entertainment Weekly
  60. Parnells' fate draws nigh over Salmonella deaths - Politico
  61. What happens to your body on Mount Everest - CNN
  62. Vigil near White House disrupted; security concerns cited - Washington Post
  63. One in three people born in the UK in 2015 could get dementia - BBC News
  64. DNA Sequencing to Improve Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections - Infection Control Today
  65. Merck antibody reduces risk of Clostridium difficile recurrence, study says - Fox News
  66. Morning Break: Pricey Drugs Spur Protest, the Price for Long Life - MedPage Today
  67. What a massive sexual assault survey showed about 27 top US universities - Washington Post
  68. Biden: Decision on 2016 may not come in time - CBS News
  69. David Cameron Accused of Sex Act With a Dead Pig - Daily Beast
  70. The Pope vs. the GOP - CNN
  71. Viola Davis made history, Jon Hamm finally won, and good shows ruled: Why we ... - Entertainment Weekly
  72. British PM Dismisses Book's Claim About Lewd University Prank - TIME
  73. Tsipras returns to power to fight for Greek debt relief - Reuters
  74. Volkswagen stock plunges after emissions probe - USA TODAY
  75. Despite backlash, Ben Carson is not backing down from his opposition to a ... - Washington Post
  76. UPDATE 1-Surgery Partners valued at up to $1.25 bln in IPO
  77. BRIEF-Lock-up period for Hisun Pharma's 125.8 mln shares to end
  78. Schaeffler says market environment for IPO challenging -CEO
  79. BRIEF-Yihua Healthcare plans to acquire two medical firms for 1.93 bln yuan
  80. BRIEF-Synergy Health reschedules general meeting
  81. Only Way to Defeat ISIS Is With Help From Non-Radical Muslims in Middle East, Says Head of Aid to the Church in Need (Part 1)
  82. Olympic gymnastics coach charged with child molestation found dead in jail cell - Washington Post
  83. Settings in iOS 9: Every notable change you need to know - Macworld
  84. Peanut Company Chief Faces Life in Prison for Salmonella Cover-Up - TIME
  85. UK scientists seek permission to genetically modify human embryos - Nature World Report
  86. State police posts collecting expired, unused prescriptions - Washington Times
  87. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  88. AP Investigation: Bungling by UN agency hurt Ebola response - The Denver Post
  89. What happens to your body on Mount Everest - CNN
  90. One in three people born in the UK in 2015 could get dementia - BBC News
  91. Elusive New Hampshire Emu Captured - CBS Local
  92. Denver Police To Hold Prescription Drug Take-Back Event - CBS Local
  93. Most Ex-NFL Players Suffer from Brain Disease - Wall Street Hedge
  94. UK Scientists Want Licence to Genetically Modify Human Embryos - I4U News
  95. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  96. FDA's No. 2 Califf nominated to be next commissioner - ModernHealthcare.com
  97. UPDATE 1-Volkswagen shares plunge on US emissions scandal - Reuters
  98. The Apple App store hack: China's Internet controls played a part - Fortune
  99. Despite backlash, Ben Carson is not backing down from his opposition to a ... - Washington Post
  100. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study - Reuters
  101. Tsipras returns to power to fight for Greek debt relief - Reuters
  102. The Pope vs. the GOP - CNN
  103. Winners: Who took home an Emmy award - USA TODAY
  104. GE's Immelt says more U.S. jobs likely to move overseas over Exim Bank policy
  105. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  106. Surgery Partners IPO priced at $23-$26/shr
  107. Seattle teachers approve labor contract, vote to end strike - STLtoday.com
  108. AP Investigation: Bungling by UN Agency Hurt Ebola Response - ABC News
  109. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study - Reuters
  110. GE's Immelt says remains positive on China
  111. UPDATE 2-German car parts maker Schaeffler to cut debt with IPO
  112. BRIEF-China's B-Soft wins information platform project worth 113 mln yuan
  113. BRIEF-Euromedica appoints Nikitas Giannis-Nikos as new CFO
  114. Ben Carson's Campaign Responds to Outrage Over Comments on Islam - NBCNews.com
  115. Prosecutor David Deakin will seek justice for Baby Bella - The Boston Globe
  116. Apple brings down malware-infected apps from store - PCWorld
  117. President Obama Left 'Heartbroken' by 'Tragic' Death of White House Advisor - TIME
  118. Huge hikes in prices of drugs raise protests and questions - The Boston Globe
  119. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  120. Most Ex-NFL Players Suffer from Brain Disease - Wall Street Hedge
  121. Denver Police To Hold Prescription Drug Take-Back Event - CBS Local
  122. The Latest: AP critic calls Samberg a smooth host - Washington Post
  123. Seattle teachers approve labor contract, vote to end strike - KOMO News
  124. Merck antibody reduces risk of C. difficile recurrence - study - Reuters
  125. Huge hikes in prices of drugs raise protests and questions - The Boston Globe
  126. Apple's App Store infected with malware in China - BBC News
  127. Obama staffer Jake Brewer killed in bicycle accident - Ledger Gazette
  128. Prosecutor David Deakin will seek justice for Baby Bella - The Boston Globe
  129. Ben Carson: A Muslim Shouldn't Be President - Wall Street Journal
  130. Greece's Ex-Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Gets Second Chance as Syriza Storms ... - NBCNews.com
  131. Pope Francis meets with Fidel Castro - Telegraph.co.uk
  132. BRIEF-Covestro optimistic about China despite softening
  133. Hamilton pursuit of Senna mark ends in frustration
  134. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study - Reuters
  135. AP Investigation: Bungling by UN agency hurt Ebola response - The Denver Post
  136. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  137. Merck antibody reduces risk of C. difficile recurrence - study - Reuters
  138. Denver Police To Hold Prescription Drug Take-Back Event - CBS Local
  139. 87 of 91 tested ex-NFL players had brain disease linked to head trauma - WVLT
  140. BRIEF-Richter says license deal with US-based Palatin terminated
  141. BRIEF-Shire receives European Commission's approval for Intuniv
  142. Greece's Ex-Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Gets Second Chance as Syriza Storms ... - NBCNews.com
  143. Ben Carson says a Muslim shouldn't be president - The Boston Globe
  144. Boat overturns in NY's East River; 19 aboard rescued - seattlepi.com
  145. BRIEF-Biotage says CEO to stay until 2019
  146. BRIEF-Medtech signs new sale deal for ROSA robot in Germany
  147. BRIEF-Zeltia's unit to start phase II clinical trial with Yondelis in patients with brain tumor
  148. BRIEF-Arcoma signs order in India for SEK 5.5 million
  149. BRIEF-Biosynex H1 net result swings to profit of 0.3 mln euros
  150. Faith groups stand with migrants in Middle East and Europe
  151. Migrant crisis: Hungary reopens Serbian border as 13 die in ferry and dinghy collision near Turkish shores
  152. Packers keep Seahawks winless
  153. Emmy Party Diary: Inside the Weekend's Star-Studded Bashes - Hollywood Reporter
  154. Prosecutor David Deakin will seek justice for Baby Bella - The Boston Globe
  155. Denver Police To Hold Prescription Drug Take-Back Event - CBS Local
  156. Merck antibody reduces risk of C. difficile recurrence - study - Reuters
  157. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  158. AP Investigation: Bungling by UN agency hurt Ebola response - The Denver Post
  159. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study - Reuters
  160. Huge hikes in prices of drugs raise protests and questions - The Boston Globe
  161. White House Staffer Dead After Bicycle Crash In Maryland - CBS Local
  162. Seattle teachers approve labor contract, vote to end strike - seattlepi.com
  163. Northern California wildfires destroy nearly 1600 homes - seattlepi.com
  164. Jill Biden would be "on board" if Joe Biden decided to run - CBS News
  165. Republican candidate Carson says Muslims unfit to be US president - Reuters
  166. Greek leftist Tsipras returns in unexpectedly clear election win - Reuters
  167. BRIEF-IBA to install Latin America's first proton therapy center in Argentina
  168. BRIEF-Genmab says FDA grants priority review of drug candidate
  169. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch
  170. German stocks - Factors to watch on September 21
  171. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Sept. 21
  172. Inkster hails pod system after US Solheim success
  173. Huge hikes in prices of drugs raise protests and questions - The Boston Globe
  174. Alzheimer's discovery by Trinity researchers - Irish Examiner
  175. Denver Police To Hold Prescription Drug Take-Back Event - CBS Local
  176. Merck antibody reduces risk of C. difficile recurrence - study - Reuters
  177. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  178. AP Investigation: Bungling by UN agency hurt Ebola response - The Denver Post
  179. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study - Reuters
  180. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study - Reuters
  181. Merck antibody reduces risk of C. difficile recurrence - study - Reuters
  182. Huge hikes in prices of drugs raise protests and questions - The Boston Globe
  183. Seattle Teachers Approve Labor Contract, Vote to End Strike - ABC News
  184. Jill Biden would be "on board" if Joe Biden decided to run - CBS News
  185. Greek leftist Tsipras returns in unexpectedly clear election win - Reuters
  186. 'Thrones,' 'Veep,' 'Kittredge' big winners at Emmys - CNN
  187. BRIEF-Siegfried Holding: all closing conditions for acquisition of three BASF sites satisfied
  188. Alzheimer's discovery by Trinity researchers - Irish Examiner
  189. Coming From Liberia? No More Ebola Screening for You - NBCNews.com
  190. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  191. Schumer Urges DEA to Target Online K2 Sales - NBC New York
  192. Dozens feared dead in Aegean Sea after boat incidents - WXIX
  193. Huge hikes in prices of drugs raise protests and questions - The Boston Globe
  194. Seattle Teachers Approve Labor Contract, Vote to End Strike - NBCNews.com
  195. 'I lost part of my heart': Beloved White House staffer Jake Brewer mourned - Washington Post
  196. Jill Biden would be "on board" if Joe Biden decided to run - CBS News
  197. Emmys: Viola Davis Becomes First Black Lead Actress Winner - Hollywood Reporter
  198. Greek leftist Tsipras returns in unexpectedly decisive vote win - Reuters
  199. 2015 Emmy Awards: A triumph for 'peak TV' - Washington Post
  200. NY Red Bulls beat Timbers, clinch postseason berth
  201. Merck antibody reduces risk of Clostridium difficile recurrence: study - Reuters
  202. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study - Reuters
  203. Alzheimer's discovery by Trinity researchers - Irish Examiner
  204. US officials to stop screening Liberian passengers for Ebola - KDWN
  205. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  206. Schumer Urges DEA to Target Online K2 Sales - NBC New York
  207. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia: study - Reuters
  208. Frances McDormand Was on an Emotional Roller Coaster While Celebrating Olive ... - E! Online
  209. Seattle teachers approve labor contract, vote to end strike - STLtoday.com
  210. Emmys: The Winners' Reactions - Hollywood Reporter
  211. Hernandez beats Texas, again
  212. Cardinals get by Cubs, avoid sweep
  213. Day wins BMW, becomes world number one
  214. Ben Carson, GOP presidential candidate: We should never elect a Muslim president - Washington Times
  215. 'Olive Kittredge,' 'Transparent,' 'Veep' big winners at Emmys - CNN
  216. Merck antibody reduces risk of Clostridium difficile recurrence: study - Reuters
  217. Huge hikes in prices of drugs raise protests and questions - The Boston Globe
  218. Greek Voters Return Alexis Tsipras to Power in Snap Elections - TIME
  219. Schumer Urges DEA to Target Online K2 Sales - NBC New York
  220. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  221. US officials to stop screening Liberian passengers for Ebola - KDWN
  222. Alzheimer's discovery by Trinity researchers - Irish Examiner
  223. Reporter's notebook: Walking with migrants - USA TODAY
  224. Greek Voters Return Alexis Tsipras to Power in Snap Elections - TIME
  225. Man Opens Fire in Selma Church, Injuring Girlfriend, Infant and Pastor: Police - NBCNews.com
  226. New wildfire in Northern California kills 1; damage mounts - Sacramento Bee
  227. Ben Carson: Muslim should not be elected US president - Al Jazeera America
  228. Emmy Awards 2015: Winners, highlights and top moments - CBS News
  229. Peterson thanks fans for warm welcome with big game
  230. Cowboys QB Romo out with a broken left clavicle
  231. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia: study - Reuters
  232. Merck antibody reduces risk of Clostridium difficile recurrence: study - Reuters
  233. Dramatic overnight increases in old drugs ignite new worries - The Seattle Times
  234. Alzheimer's discovery by Trinity researchers - Irish Examiner
  235. US officials to stop screening Liberian passengers for Ebola - KDWN
  236. Government single-payer health coverage may be nation's future - Deseret News
  237. Pope meets with Fidel Castro, urges Cubans to 'serve people,' not ideas - Washington Post
  238. Why Donald Trump trips over Obama's heritage - CNN
  239. 2015 Emmys Red Carpet Quotes: ''Breast Implants,'' ''Margaritas,'' Getting ... - E! Online
  240. Police: Man suspected in church shooting upset over breakup - seattlepi.com
  241. Event Recap from the Mr. Olympia Expo
  242. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia - study
  243. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia: study
  244. Cowboys quarterback Romo out with a broken left clavicle
  245. McHugh pitches Astros past A's
  246. PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Sept 21
  247. New wildfire in Northern California destroys homes - seattlepi.com
  248. Greek Voters Return Alexis Tsipras to Power in Snap Elections - TIME
  249. A third of Britons born in 2015 will develop dementia: study - Reuters
  250. Some Minnesota marijuana patients opting to buy illegally - seattlepi.com