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  1. German stocks - Factors to watch on September 14
  2. Rams edge Seahawks in overtime
  3. Cowboys' Bryant suffers broken foot, set for surgery
  4. Rookie quarterback Mariota stars for Titans
  5. Federer Express ready to roll on after U.S. Open loss
  6. Sanofi's combination diabetes drug hits goal in second late-stage trial
  7. Germany re-imposes border controls to slow migrant arrivals - Reuters
  8. Kentucky Anti-Gay-Marriage Clerk Kim Davis: Back to Square One - NBCNews.com
  9. Egyptian forces fire on tourist convoy, killing 12, officials say - Washington Post
  10. Inked Out New Jersey convention shows the draw of tattoos - NorthJersey.com
  11. Eating Fish Might Help Prevent Depression - Immortal News
  12. 'Out of Darkness': Eighth-annual fundraising walk sheds light on suicide - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  13. Shorter Lunch Periods May Lead To Less Healthy Food Options - Science World Report
  14. Pressure to be available on social media may harm teenagers - MyTechBits
  15. Truvada is an effective pill that prevents HIV, study says - Pulse Headlines
  16. Sanofi's combination diabetes drug hits goal in second late-stage trial - Reuters
  17. Having wine is a story with two sides due to its resveratrol content - Nature World Report
  18. Poll: Trump, Carson top GOP race; Clinton leads Dems but support drops - Washington Post
  19. Thousands flee California wildfire as homes go up in flames - Reuters
  20. Novak Djokovic caps huge season with US Open victory - USA TODAY
  21. US disrupted threat against Pope Francis: Michael McCaul - Economic Times
  22. Japan's Aso Volcano Erupts - Wall Street Journal
  23. GOP leaders' complex fight to avoid federal shutdown - Savannah Morning News
  24. 3 teens held in 'copycat' incidents after Arizona freeway shootings - Los Angeles Times
  25. Kentucky Anti-Gay-Marriage Clerk Kim Davis: Back to Square One - NBCNews.com
  26. More time for school lunches equals healthier choices for kids
  27. PRESS DIGEST - Hong Kong - Sept 14
  28. Ravens lose linebacker Suggs for season to injury
  29. Revolution down Toronto to claim fifth straight win
  30. Yankees avoid sweep with win over Blue Jays
  31. Djokovic tops Federer at U.S. Open for tenth major title
  32. Greinke making solid Cy Young case
  33. Germany re-imposes border controls to slow migrant arrivals - Reuters
  34. California wildfire kills at least 1 person, destroys over 400 homes and ... - Fox News
  35. Emerald ash borers destroying trees in Champaign-Urbana area - The Southern
  36. Inked Out New Jersey convention shows the draw of tattoos - NorthJersey.com
  37. Eating Fish Might Help Prevent Depression - Immortal News
  38. 'Out of Darkness': Eighth-annual fundraising walk sheds light on suicide - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  39. Shorter Lunch Periods May Lead To Less Healthy Food Options - Science World Report
  40. Pressure to be available on social media may harm teenagers - MyTechBits
  41. Truvada is an effective pill that prevents HIV, study says - Pulse Headlines
  42. Resveratrol is the key to fight Alzheimer's: Study - Nature World Report
  43. Egypt security forces accidentally kill 12, including Mexican tourists - Reuters
  44. Poll: Trump, Carson top GOP race; Clinton leads Dems but support drops - Washington Post
  45. Congressman: US has 'disrupted' a threat before Pope Francis's visit - Washington Post
  46. When Kim Davis returns to work on Monday, what will she do? - CNN
  47. 20 Palestinians hurt in clashes with Israeli police at Al Aqsa holy site - Los Angeles Times
  48. Northern California wildfire destroys hundreds of structures - Reuters
  49. Arrests made in "copycat" attacks on Arizona cars - CBS News
  50. Europe migrant crisis: Germany adds border controls - CNN
  51. Swiss to probe contract signed by FIFA's Blatter: officials
  52. Broncos top Ravens as questions surface for both offenses - USA TODAY
  53. Compound in Red Wine and Choclate May Stop Progress of Alzheimer's Disease - The Market Business
  54. Encouraging new study says eating fish could make you less depressed - AOL News
  55. Racing for Ovarian Cancer Research - Daily Utah Chronicle
  56. Plants from Labatory May Now Become A Cure For Cancer - Statesman Tribune
  57. Suicide: Walking Out Of The Darkness - KVRR
  58. Longer lunch break for the students for healthier intake, Harvard Study suggests - The Market Business
  59. Pressure to be available on social media may harm teenagers - MyTechBits
  60. Daily pill could prevent HIV transmission - BABW News
  61. Congress now turns to spending bill to keep government open, avoiding shutdown ... - Fox News
  62. Germany introduces temporary controls along Austrian border | Reuters - Firstpost
  63. Call for government to curb the production and sale of cheap salty junk food
  64. Sedentary lifestyle and overweight weaken arterial health already in childhood
  65. RPT-"From big to strong": China sees competitive edge in green cars
  66. Hansen breaks 57-year record for consecutive grand tours
  67. Jets rookie hospitalized with apparent neck injury
  68. Rain delays start of Djokovic-Federer U.S. Open final
  69. Czechs stun Croatia as other favorites go through
  70. Exclusive: Abbott tangles with regulators over Indian cough syrup complaint
  71. In Jerusalem, clashes mar eve of Rosh Hashanah - USA TODAY
  72. 3 teens held in alleged 'copycat' incidents after Arizona freeway attacks - Los Angeles Times
  73. Racing for Ovarian Cancer Research - Daily Utah Chronicle
  74. Common Plant Can May Now Become A Cure For Cancer - Times Gazette
  75. 10 years after suicide, local family advocating prevention - Central Kentucky News
  76. Longer lunch periods lead to healthier choices from children - Healio
  77. Pressure to be available on social media may harm teenagers - MyTechBits
  78. High Blood Pressure treatment reduces risk of the Stroke, Heart problems: Study - The Market Business
  79. HIV-prevention pill for those at high-risk appears to be working - PhillyVoice.com
  80. Resveratrol supplements may be the key to preventing Alzheimer's - BABW News
  81. Poll Numbers Offer Some Insights Into the Presidential Frontrunners - ABC News
  82. US 'distrupted' plot to harm Pope Francis - Telegraph.co.uk
  83. Saudi Air Force Pilot Dies in Helicopter Crash - NDTV
  84. California Republicans favor Donald Trump, Ben Carson - Los Angeles Times
  85. Jordan scolds Israel for 'storming' Muslim holy sites on Temple Mount - Jerusalem Post Israel News
  86. Moses Malone was NBA's most underappreciated great player - ESPN
  87. Germany starts Austria border checks to limit migrants - Chron.com
  88. Mayweather's legacy still up for debate
  89. Pieters wins Dutch Open after Czech success
  90. Jhabua blast: Most wanted Kaswa alive or dead? - Times of India
  91. Justice Dept clears Hillary Clinton but emails not permanently deleted on server - Examiner.com
  92. Red Wine Compound Resveratrol Could Help Combat Alzheimer's Disease, Study - Pioneer News
  93. Racing for Ovarian Cancer Research - Daily Utah Chronicle
  94. HIV-prevention pill for those at high-risk appears to be working - PhillyVoice.com
  95. Scientists Successfully Shifted a Plant's Anti-Cancer Traits to Another - The Monitor Daily
  96. Don't ignore signs of suicide - Redlands Daily Facts
  97. Harvard study suggests a long lunch break for students for healthier intake - The Next Digit
  98. Social Media Might Be Explanation for Anxiety & Depression in Teens - The Times (subscription)
  99. Study: Aggressive Reduction Of Blood Pressure Cuts Death and Heart Related ... - Times Gazette
  100. Yemen's exiled president backs out of peace talks with Shiite rebels - CTV News
  101. Axelrod: Clinton must "untether" from talking points - CBS News
  102. Ben Carson Sidesteps Confrontation With Donald Trump - Wall Street Journal
  103. Thai king treated for blood infection, lung inflammation - palace
  104. Moses Malone, NBA's 'Chairman of the Boards' dead at 60
  105. Hingis, Mirza end perfect U.S. Open with doubles title
  106. Aru seals debut grand tour triumph in Tour of Spain
  107. Report: Company has no knowledge Clinton server was 'wiped' - Los Angeles Times
  108. Red wine could help slow dementia onset (but you'd have to drink 1000 bottles ... - The Independent
  109. Racing for Ovarian Cancer Research - Daily Utah Chronicle
  110. Pre-exposure prophylaxis prevents HIV infection in gay men - The Hindu
  111. Don't ignore signs of suicide - Redlands Daily Facts
  112. Researchers Identify Genes That Enable Himalayan Plant Mayapple to Produce ... - NY City News
  113. Study: Longer Lunch Breaks Help Students Eat More, Be Healthy - Times Gazette
  114. Social Media Might Be Explanation for Nervousness & Depression in Teenagers - The Times (subscription)
  115. Study: Aggressive Reduction Of Blood Pressure Cuts Death and Heart Related ... - Times Gazette
  116. UPDATE 2-Exiled Yemeni government pulls out of planned peace talks - Reuters
  117. Ben Carson backs off Donald Trump feud - Washington Post
  118. Report: Clinton emails may be recoverable - USA TODAY
  119. 28 Killed as Boat Capsizes off Greek Island, Officials Say - Wall Street Journal
  120. Germany reintroduces border controls with Austria as refugee flow increases - Washington Post
  121. State of emergency declared in Northern California blaze; thousands flee - USA TODAY
  122. Red wine could help slow dementia onset (but you'd have to drink 1000 bottles ... - The Independent
  123. (Watch Report) Aggressive lowering of blood pressure drops death risk - Nature World Report
  124. Pre-exposure prophylaxis prevents HIV infection in gay men - The Hindu
  125. Researchers Identify The Genes That Enable Himalayan Plant Mayapple to Produce ... - The Market Business
  126. Don't ignore signs of suicide - Redlands Daily Facts
  127. Longer lunch periods lead to healthier choices from children - Healio
  128. Flu jab worked in one in three cases - BBC News
  129. Social media 'pressuring' mental health - TV Newsroom
  130. Man detained in freeway shootings isn't top suspect - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
  131. Trump isn't playing by a different set of rules. He's not playing by any rules. - Washington Post
  132. UPDATE 2-Exiled Yemeni government pulls out of planned peace talks - Reuters
  133. Report: Clinton emails may be recoverable - USA TODAY
  134. Residents flee huge California wildfire; governor declares emergency - Los Angeles Times
  135. Moses Malone, 3-time NBA MVP, dies age 60 - CBS News
  136. Red wine could help slow dementia onset (but you'd have to drink 1000 bottles ... - The Independent
  137. Breakthrough: Lowering blood pressure could massively cut risk of dying - Morning Ticker
  138. Pre-exposure prophylaxis prevents HIV infection in gay men - The Hindu
  139. Researchers Identify Genes That Enable Himalayan Plant Mayapple to Produce ... - NY City News
  140. “Out of the Darkness” Brings Suicide Prevention into the Light - ODU Mace & Crown
  141. Longer lunch periods lead to healthier choices from children - Healio
  142. Collegium's painkiller gets green light from FDA panel - Reuters
  143. Social media 'pressuring' mental health - TV Newsroom
  144. Report: Clinton emails may be recoverable - USA TODAY
  145. In Jerusalem clashes mar eve of Rosh Hashanah - USA TODAY
  146. Austrian police expect record number of migrants on Sunday - Reuters Africa
  147. Ben Carson Says He Fears for Future of US Without Change in Direction - ABC News
  148. California Wildfires: Thousands Flee as Valley and Butte Blazes Force Evacuations - NBCNews.com
  149. Farah holds off Kenyan duo to win Great North Run
  150. Marquez wins, Rossi extends lead, Lorenzo falls
  151. Moses Malone dies at age 60 - USA TODAY
  152. UPDATE 2-Exiled Yemeni government pulls out of planned peace talks - Reuters
  153. Man detained in freeway shootings isn't top suspect - Honolulu Star-Advertiser
  154. Out of the Darkness Walks held to help raise suicide awareness - NewsQuench
  155. Researchers Identify Genes That Enable Himalayan Plant Mayapple to Produce ... - NY City News
  156. Longer lunch periods lead to healthier choices from children - Healio
  157. Collegium's painkiller gets green light from FDA panel - Reuters
  158. Flu jab worked in one in three cases - BBC News
  159. Social media 'pressuring' mental health - TV Newsroom
  160. A romantic way to slow down Alzheimer's? - Columbus Dispatch
  161. Austria's Chancellor Likens Hungary's Refugee Policy to Nazi Deportations - NBCNews.com
  162. California Wildfires Wreak Havoc, Force Thousands to Evacuate - ABC News
  163. Could eating vegetables reduce breast cancer risk?
  164. Gut microbes determine what diet is best for you
  165. Martins scores late to salvage a point for Sounders
  166. Brilliant Bumgarner leaves Padres praying for mercy
  167. Singapore Grand Prix on alert over haze threat
  168. Mayweather beats Berto in farewell, ends 49-0
  169. Ogier clinches third world title with win in Australia
  170. Lee Kyung-hoon wins Korea Open
  171. ISIS news: Terrorists hack U.K. cabinet members' email accounts
  172. Tech company says 31000 deleted Hillary Clinton emails are likely recoverable - The Week Magazine
  173. Israeli police, Palestinians clash on Jewish New Year - CBS News
  174. Ben Carson Sidesteps Confrontation With Donald Trump - Wall Street Journal
  175. Ground zero: Coalition brings agencies, advocates together to tackle suicides ... - Tyler Morning Telegraph
  176. Pre-exposure prophylaxis prevents HIV infection in gay men - The Hindu
  177. Short lunch periods bad for kids - Times of India
  178. Collegium's painkiller gets green light from FDA panel - Reuters
  179. Flu jab worked in one in three cases - BBC News
  180. Social Media Pressure May Cause Anxiety, Depression on Teens -- Study - Latinos Post
  181. Study suggests getting blood pressure even lower saves lives - Eagle-Tribune
  182. Alzheimer's disease progress impacted by Resveratrol in Red Wine and Dark ... - NYC Today
  183. Mom left children, 4 and 6, barefoot, dirty and living in shipping crate ... - Newsday
  184. Police Press Ahead With Phoenix Freeway-Shooting Probe - ABC News
  185. UPDATE 2-Exiled Yemeni government pulls out of planned peace talks - Reuters
  186. Spokesman: 3 Inmates Dead, 5 Injured at Oklahoma Prison - ABC News
  187. Jhabua Explosion Caused By Gelatine Sticks, Not Gas Cylinder: Police - NDTV
  188. Jeremy Corbyn sets to work on Labour shadow cabinet - BBC News
  189. Residents run for their lives as California wildfire explodes - Los Angeles Times
  190. Pro-Clinton Group Is Out With New Report Defending Email Server Security - Daily Caller
  191. Austria's Faymann likens Orban's refugee policies to Nazi deportations - Reuters
  192. 45 Sickened In Minnesota After Recent Chipotle Restaurants Salmonella Outbreak - Pioneer News
  193. Red wine slows dementia (if you drink 1000 bottles a day!) - New Zealand Herald
  194. From Endangered to Common Plant: How Stanford Team Can Significantly Improve ... - Youth Health Magzine
  195. High BP, poor diet leading risks for global deaths - Times of India
  196. Collegium's painkiller gets green light from FDA panel - Reuters
  197. Flu jab worked in one in three cases - BBC News
  198. High blood pressure: Study backs more aggressive treatment - Financial Express
  199. In school cafeterias, a longer lunch is a more healthful lunch, study says - Naples Daily News
  200. Some Iowa GOP women on Trump: 'I'm over him' - USA TODAY
  201. Who are Jeremy Corbyn's main allies in the Labour Party? - BBC News
  202. New California wildfire explodes, burning four firefighters - Los Angeles Times
  203. Hillary Clinton's private emails may be recoverable: Washington Post - Reuters
  204. Some 10000 Migrants Flood Into Germany, Enjoy Warm Welcome - NBCNews.com
  205. Melbourne extends F1 hosting deal to 2023
  206. Toronto shortstop Tulowitzki hurt in Yankees game
  207. Missouri mom charged after kids found living in crate, cave - Salt Lake Tribune
  208. Chipotle linked to salmonella outbreak in Minnesota - ABC15 Arizona
  209. From Endangered to Common Plant: How Stanford Team Can Significantly Improve ... - Youth Health Magzine
  210. High BP, poor diet leading risks for global deaths - Times of India
  211. Collegium's painkiller gets green light from FDA panel - Reuters
  212. Flu jab worked in one in three cases - BBC News
  213. Resveratrol Could Help Combat Alzheimer's Disease, Study - Pioneer News
  214. High blood pressure: Study backs more aggressive treatment - Financial Express
  215. At school, a longer lunch is a more healthful lunch, study says - The Seattle Times
  216. Crane collapse kills 107 people at mosque in Mecca days before Hajj - CNN
  217. Will Germany's embrace of migrants entice others to make the journey? - Los Angeles Times
  218. Left-winger Jeremy Corbyn swept in as Britain's Labor Party leader - Los Angeles Times
  219. Hillary Clinton's private emails may be recoverable: Washington Post - Reuters
  220. Man Detained in Arizona Freeway Shootings Not Prime Suspect, Police Say - ABC News
  221. Four California Firefighters Suffer Burns While Battling 400-Acre Blaze - NBCNews.com
  222. Mamma Mia! Pennetta wins U.S. Open, then retires
  223. Like Trump, Ben Carson has surged ahead by being a non-politician - Washington Post
  224. Blast in building storing explosives kills dozens in India - CNN
  225. Chipotle Restaurants Responds to Salmonella Outbreak in Minnesota - Pioneer News
  226. Group sues state to retain Medicaid - Arkansas Online
  227. High BP, poor diet leading risks for global deaths - Times of India
  228. Collegium's painkiller gets green light from FDA panel - Reuters
  229. Flu jab worked in one in three cases - BBC News
  230. Researchers say lower blood pressure is better - Newsday
  231. Red Wine and Chocolate May Help You Prevent Alzheimer's Disease, Study Suggests - KRWG News22
  232. At school, a longer lunch is a more healthful lunch, study says - The Seattle Times
  233. The Latest: Few Athenians turn up in support of migrants - Washington Post
  234. Mecca crane collapse: Saudi king says findings will be made public - BBC News
  235. Trump: Ben Carson lacks the energy to be president - Washington Post
  236. Left-winger Jeremy Corbyn swept in as Britain's Labor Party leader - Los Angeles Times
  237. Former Tennis Star James Blake on Mistaken Arrest: Cop Shouldn't Get Badge Back - NBCNews.com
  238. Hillary Clinton's private emails may be recoverable: Washington Post - Reuters
  239. 89 killed in explosions at central India restaurant - Washington Post
  240. At school, a longer lunch is a more healthful lunch, study says - The Seattle Times
  241. Louisiana officials try new path to block Planned Parenthood - Oroville Mercury Register
  242. High BP, poor diet leading risks for global deaths - Times of India
  243. Collegium's painkiller gets green light from FDA panel - Reuters
  244. Flu jab worked in one in three cases - BBC News
  245. Researchers say lower blood pressure is better - Newsday
  246. Good news: Red wine and chocolate may help you prevent Alzheimer's - Morning Ticker
  247. Progress made against fast-moving California wildfire - USA TODAY
  248. Mecca crane collapse: Saudi king says findings will be made public - BBC News
  249. Migrant crisis: Rallies in Europe as 9000 arrive in Munich - BBC News
  250. Former Tennis Star James Blake on Mistaken Arrest: Cop Shouldn't Get Badge Back - NBCNews.com