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  1. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  2. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  3. Study says breast cancer survivors must exercise to steer away from stress - STGIST
  4. It's Finally Happened: A Zika-Related Death Has Occurred In Continental United States - Tech Times
  5. Tips for preventing tick bites and Lyme disease - CTV News
  6. Japan's Shinzo Abe to Boost Majority in Parliament, Exit Polls Say - Wall Street Journal
  7. Indian Prime Minister Modi plays drums in Tanzania - Roanoke Times
  8. Sydney H. Schanberg was a dogged journalistic role model; journalism will miss him - Los Angeles Times
  9. South Sudan 'back to war', says VP Riek Machar's spokesman - BBC News
  10. Egypt's Foreign Minister to Visit Israel for First Time in Almost a Decade - Wall Street Journal
  11. Spanish bullfighter gored to death on live TV - USA TODAY
  12. Hundreds arrested in protests over shootings by police - CNN
  13. In an era of Black Lives Matter protests, history offers a powerful lesson - Washington Post
  14. Twice winner Contador pulls out of Tour de France
  15. IAAF turns down 67 Russian applications to compete internationally
  16. West Nile detected in Redwood City, Atherton - The Mercury News
  17. Survivors, supporters share messages of hope during Relay for Life Kona - West Hawaii Today
  18. DEA to consider rescheduling marijuana for the fourth time - ModernMedicine
  19. Dr. Frank Bures: Tips for toasting terrible ticks - La Crosse Tribune
  20. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  21. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  22. Study says breast cancer survivors must exercise to steer away from stress - STGIST
  23. Of Mosquitos and Man: Preventing Zika - Valley morning Star
  24. Heavy gunfire outside UN building in South Sudan - CNN
  25. Black Lives Matter demonstrators block downtown SF streets - SFGate
  26. Sydney H. Schanberg was a dogged journalistic role model; journalism will miss him - Los Angeles Times
  27. Spanish bullfighter gored to death on live TV - USA TODAY
  28. Gunman in Dallas police shootings learned tactics at Texas self-defense school - MLive.com
  29. Egypt's Foreign Minister to Visit Israel for First Time in Almost a Decade - Wall Street Journal
  30. Hundreds arrested in protests over shootings by police - CNN
  31. Dallas shooter stockpiled weapons and was accused of harassment - Los Angeles Times
  32. British anti-doping agency investigates Kenyan claims
  33. Mercedes more popular for collisions, says Ecclestone
  34. West Nile detected in Redwood City, Atherton - The Mercury News
  35. Dr. Frank Bures: Tips for toasting terrible ticks - La Crosse Tribune
  36. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  37. Survivors, supporters share messages of hope during Relay for Life Kona - West Hawaii Today
  38. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  39. Feds nearing a decision on whether pot has medical potential - Charlotte Observer
  40. Physical Activity May Help Improve Memory Issues In Breast Cancer Survivors - Science World Report
  41. Of Mosquitos and Man: Preventing Zika - Valley morning Star
  42. Shinzo Abe's Coalition Likely to Boost Majority in Japan Upper-House Election - Wall Street Journal
  43. Syd Schanberg: Gone, But Still Filing His Stories - Huffington Post
  44. Indian Prime Minister Modi plays drums in Tanzania - Roanoke Times
  45. Out of Africa, Netanyahu Says He'll Expedite Business Deals - Bloomberg
  46. Clinton, Sanders teams wrangle at Democratic platform meeting over TPP, health care, minimum wage - Fox News
  47. Marie Colvin Death: Slain American Journalist's Family Sues Assad Regime, Claims Killing Was Targeted - International Business Times
  48. Scroes Arrested in Protests Over Police Shootings in St. Paul, Baton Rouge - NBCNews.com
  49. Clashes break out in Minnesota amid nationwide protests of police violence - CNN
  50. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  51. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  52. Relay for Life in Battle Creek at the Lakeview High School - WWMT-TV
  53. Dr. Frank Bures: Tips for toasting terrible ticks - La Crosse Tribune
  54. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  55. DEA to consider rescheduling marijuana for the fourth time - ModernMedicine
  56. Physical Activity May Help Improve Memory Issues In Breast Cancer Survivors - Science World Report
  57. Trapping mosquitos, eyeing Zika - Canton Repository
  58. Decision, maybe momentous, nears in case China has tried to ignore - Manila Bulletin
  59. UFC 200: Tate vs. Nunes, Lesnar vs. Hunt post-fight results and analysis - Bloody Elbow
  60. Spanish bullfighter gored to death on live TV - CNN
  61. Man arrested, another sought after shots fired at San Antonio police headquarters - mySanAntonio.com
  62. Australian PM Turnbull declares victory 8 days after vote - CNN
  63. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  64. Obama's 'myth of racist war' linked to murdered cops - WND.com
  65. Dallas police end search for suspicious person in headquarters' parking lot - CNN
  66. Sauber's Ericsson cleared to race at Silverstone
  67. Serbia's nugget Jokic ready to shine at Rio
  68. US House Passes Opioid Legislation with Keating Provision - CapeCod.com News
  69. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  70. Relay for Life in Battle Creek at the Lakeview High School - WWMT-TV
  71. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  72. Dr. Frank Bures: Tips for toasting terrible ticks - La Crosse Tribune
  73. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  74. Breast cancer survivors should exercise to combat memory loss - BABW News
  75. FDA: Turn away blood donors at risk of Zika virus - Philly.com
  76. Lin-Manuel Miranda says goodbye to 'Hamilton' to the tune of 'The West Wing' - USA TODAY
  77. Gaza tunnel collapse kills Islamic Jihad operative - Jerusalem Post Israel News
  78. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Sydney Schanberg Dies At 82 - NPR
  79. Bullfighter fatally gored in Spain, first time since 1985 - Omaha World-Herald
  80. Malcolm Turnbull Claims Victory in Australia Election After Rival Concedes - New York Times
  81. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  82. Black Lives Matter Activist DeRay Mckesson Arrested During Alton Sterling Protest - NBCNews.com
  83. Dallas police end search for suspicious person in headquarters' parking lot - CNN
  84. De Grasse dips under 10 seconds at Canadian trials
  85. 'We are all warriors': Relay for Life draws cancer survivors for fundraiser at Willow Park - The Herald Journal
  86. Cuomo, Sandra Lee continue breast cancer screening push - Washington Times
  87. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  88. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  89. Relay for Life in Battle Creek at the Lakeview High School - WWMT-TV
  90. Excessive stress can lead to memory problems among breast cancer survivors, but exercise can help - PerfScience
  91. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  92. Indian troops, Kashmir protesters clash as top rebel killed - The Columbian
  93. Minnesota Officer Was 'Reacting to the Presence of a Gun,' Lawyer Says - New York Times
  94. Bullfighter Fatally Gored in Spain, First Time Since 1985 - New York Times
  95. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  96. Australia: Labor's Bill Shorten concedes defeat - CNN
  97. Demonstrators rally in Baton Rouge over black man's death - Washington Post
  98. Dallas police end search for suspicious person in headquarters' parking lot - CNN
  99. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  100. Relay for Life in Battle Creek at the Lakeview High School - WWMT-TV
  101. What you need to know about mosquitoes, Zika virus and repellents - News & Observer
  102. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  103. Utah Death Is Suspected of Being First for an Adult by Zika Virus in Continental US - Wall Street Journal
  104. Excessive stress can lead to memory problems among breast cancer survivors, but exercise can help - PerfScience
  105. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  106. Young male? Bahamas issues travel advisory for travel to U.S. - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  107. Arrests made in Baton Rouge, NYC during police brutality protests - New York Daily News
  108. UFC 200: Tate vs. Nunes, Lesnar vs. Hunt post-fight results and analysis - Bloody Elbow
  109. Protesters shut down Interstate 94 near downtown St. Paul - mySanAntonio.com
  110. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  111. Australia PM Turnbull's conservatives win tight election - BBC News
  112. Dallas police end search for suspicious person in headquarters' parking lot - CNN
  113. Nunes stuns Tate to take bantamweight belt at UFC 200
  114. Keane strikes again for Galaxy win in Seattle
  115. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  116. VUMC chosen for leadership role in NIH Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program - Vanderbilt University News
  117. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  118. Relay for Life in Battle Creek at the Lakeview High School - WWMT-TV
  119. Where could Zika strike in Miami? UM researchers aim to predict - Miami Herald
  120. Excessive stress can lead to memory problems among breast cancer survivors, but exercise can help - PerfScience
  121. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  122. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  123. Horror as spectators watch bullfighter gored to death in Spain - New Zealand Herald
  124. Father of slain Dallas officer: "I couldn't cry. I just couldn't believe it" - CNN
  125. Philando Castile Shooting 'Had Nothing to Do With Race,' Police Officer's Attorney Says - Us Weekly
  126. Young male? Bahamas issues travel advisory for travel to U.S. - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  127. Sanders secures health-care promises from Clinton before expected endorsement - Washington Post
  128. Australia ruling conservatives win tight election - BBC News
  129. Micah Johnson, Gunman in Dallas, Honed Military Skills to a Deadly Conclusion - New York Times
  130. Obama reaches out to battered nation after rage of 'demented' Dallas gunman - Washington Post
  131. Russian jumper Klishina cleared to compete as neutral athlete
  132. China healthcare costs forcing patients into crippling debt
  133. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  134. VUMC chosen for leadership role in NIH Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program - Vanderbilt University News
  135. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  136. NKY Health Dept. Begins Trapping Mosquitoes for Zika Monitoring - The River City News
  137. Hundreds gather in East Hartford to fight against cancer - FOX 61
  138. Breakthrough: New finding could greatly help cancer survivors - Morning Ticker
  139. New study says pasta not a factor in obesity - Detroit Free Press
  140. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  141. Would-be British PM sparks row with remarks on rival's childlessness - Reuters
  142. Is it you? $540M Mega Millions ticket sold in Indiana - USA TODAY
  143. Top Spanish bullfighter fatally gored on live TV - Fox News
  144. Donald Trump could be considering lifelong Democrat for vice president - CBS News
  145. Bahamas warns young male natives in U.S. to be careful with cops - New York Daily News
  146. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  147. In Poland, Obama says an abundance of guns helps fuel tensions in America - Washington Post
  148. Dallas police end search for suspicious person in headquarters' parking lot - CNN
  149. China healthcare costs forcing patients into crippling debt
  150. Gatlin wins 200 meters showdown with Merritt
  151. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  152. VUMC chosen for leadership role in NIH Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program - Vanderbilt University News
  153. What you need to know about mosquitoes, Zika virus and repellents - News & Observer
  154. Hundreds gather in East Hartford to fight against cancer - FOX 61
  155. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  156. Excessive stress can lead to memory problems among breast cancer survivors, but exercise can help - PerfScience
  157. Pasta linked with reduced abdominal obesity in a fresh Italian study - Maine News Online
  158. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  159. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Sydney Schanberg Dies At 82 - NPR
  160. After the Brexit fallout, Europeans are suddenly not so eager for more referendums - Washington Post
  161. Black Lives Matter leaders vow to continue the movement - Washington Post
  162. Bahamas warns young male natives in U.S. to be careful with cops - New York Daily News
  163. Having a gun and being black doesn't make one a suspect - New York Daily News
  164. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  165. In Poland, Obama says an abundance of guns helps fuel tensions in America - Washington Post
  166. Dallas police end search for suspicious person in headquarters' parking lot - CNN
  167. Cuomo, Sandra Lee continue breast cancer screening push - Washington Times
  168. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  169. VUMC chosen for leadership role in NIH Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program - Vanderbilt University News
  170. NKY Health Dept. Begins Trapping Mosquitoes for Zika Monitoring - The River City News
  171. Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise - The Sentinel
  172. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  173. Huge breakthrough: Eating this one food may make you thin - Morning Ticker
  174. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  175. For all the talk of unity after Dallas shooting, leaders talking past each other on guns, race, police - Dallas Morning News
  176. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  177. Stopped 52 times by police: Was it racial profiling? - Washington Post
  178. Bahamas tells its citizens traveling to US: Be careful - CNN
  179. Black Lives Matter Was Gaining Ground. Then a Sniper Opened Fire. - New York Times
  180. Dallas police headquarters on lock down after threats - kfor.com
  181. In Poland, Obama says an abundance of guns helps fuel tensions in America - Washington Post
  182. Dallas police end search for suspicious person in headquarters' parking lot - CNN
  183. Hurdles record holder Merritt fails to make Olympic team
  184. Cuomo, Sandra Lee continue breast cancer screening push - Washington Times
  185. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  186. VUMC chosen for leadership role in NIH Precision Medicine Initiative Cohort Program - Vanderbilt University News
  187. NKY Health Dept. Begins Trapping Mosquitoes for Zika Monitoring - The River City News
  188. Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise - Hanford Sentinel
  189. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  190. Huge breakthrough: Eating this one food may make you thin - Morning Ticker
  191. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  192. Iraq PM announces recapture of key base from IS militants - Omaha World-Herald
  193. Clinton, Sanders teams wrangle at Democratic platform meeting over TPP, health care, minimum wage - Fox News
  194. Bahamas warns young male natives in U.S. to be careful with cops - New York Daily News
  195. A day of horror. A night of protests and vigils; anger and sorrow. - Washington Post
  196. Philando Castile had been pulled over at least 52 times. Racial profiling? - NOLA.com
  197. In Poland, Obama says an abundance of guns helps fuel tensions in America - Washington Post
  198. 'Serious threat' forces Dallas police headquarters lockdown - New York Daily News
  199. Dallas police headquarters on lockdown after threat, spokeswoman says - CNN
  200. Ko leads by one shot at U.S. Women's Open
  201. Allsup: Steps for limiting mosquito bites - Bloomington Pantagraph
  202. Yate Relay for Life raises thousands for cancer research - Gazette Series
  203. What Is Epiglottitis? This Scary Condition Landed Sarah Silverman In The ICU - Bustle
  204. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  205. Huge breakthrough: Eating this one food may make you thin - Morning Ticker
  206. Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise - Hanford Sentinel
  207. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  208. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  209. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Sydney Schanberg Dies At 82 - NPR
  210. Police: Boy, 3, found unresponsive in hot car dies in Ohio - Tulsa World
  211. Alton Sterling shooting protests resume in Baton Rouge - NOLA.com
  212. Ex-Rep. Joe Walsh defends tweet threatening 'war' on Obama - CNN
  213. Clinton, Sanders teams wrangle at Democratic platform meeting over TPP, health care, minimum wage - Fox News
  214. Minnesota Officer Was 'Reacting to the Presence of a Gun,' Lawyer Says - New York Times
  215. In Poland, Obama says an abundance of guns helps fuel tensions in America - Washington Post
  216. Dallas shooting investigators dig for details in Micah Johnson probe - CNN
  217. Kocian looks to diversify in pursuit of Olympic spot
  218. Suspense takes over from formality at U.S. trials
  219. Fillmore Co. Relay For Life raises more than $122000 - KIMT 3
  220. What Is Epiglottitis? This Scary Condition Landed Sarah Silverman In The ICU - Bustle
  221. Cuomo, Sandra Lee continue breast cancer screening push - Washington Times
  222. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  223. Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise - Hanford Sentinel
  224. Huge breakthrough: Eating this one food may make you thin - Morning Ticker
  225. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  226. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  227. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Sydney Schanberg Dies At 82 - NPR
  228. 9-year old boy, father killed in triple shooting in San Bernardino - Los Angeles Times
  229. Serena Williams wins Wimbledon for historic 22nd grand slam title - CNN
  230. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  231. Police: Boy, 3, found unresponsive in hot car dies in Ohio - Tulsa World
  232. Stopped 52 times by police: Was it racial profiling? - Washington Post
  233. Obama says 'demented' gunman who killed Dallas police officers doesn't represent black Americans - Washington Post
  234. Dallas shooting investigators dig for details in Micah Johnson probe - CNN
  235. Fillmore Co. Relay For Life raises more than $122000 - KIMT 3
  236. What Is Epiglottitis? This Scary Condition Landed Sarah Silverman In The ICU - Bustle
  237. Cuomo, Sandra Lee continue breast cancer screening push - Washington Times
  238. Mosquito Tests Positive for West Nile Virus in Suffolk County - Patch.com
  239. Why Breast Cancer Survivors Should Exercise - Hanford Sentinel
  240. Huge breakthrough: Eating this one food may make you thin - Morning Ticker
  241. 5 Arrested for Allegedly Keeping Autistic Woman in Cage and Planning on Forcing Her into Prostitution: Reports - People Magazine
  242. Utah woman is 1st confirmed Zika-related death in continental US - Fox News
  243. Serena Williams wins Wimbledon for historic 22nd grand slam title - CNN
  244. In platform fight, Sanders loses on trade but wins on minimum wage - CNN
  245. Protesters March In Cities Across The U.S. In Opposition To Police Violence - Huffington Post
  246. US, Russia expel each other's diplomats - CNN
  247. Philando Castile killing: Officer reacted to gun, not slain man's race, says lawyer - AL.com
  248. An uneasy standoff between police and protesters as Black Lives Matter returns to the streets - Los Angeles Times
  249. The Latest: NATO allies to create joint intel division - Washington Post
  250. Dallas shooting investigators dig for details in Micah Johnson probe - CNN