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  1. Charleston shootings: Emanuel AME church to reopen - BBC News
  2. Sanders delivers blistering condemnation of business, billionaires - The Denver Post
  3. Officials: Rare form of plague killed Colorado teen - USA TODAY
  4. South Korea announces three new MERS cases - Deutsche Welle
  5. New HIV vaccine developed that can stop the spread of virus in body - Vocal Republic
  6. Growing popularity of e-cigarettes pushes Hawaii to raise legal smoking age to 21 - The Independent
  7. Wait-lists grow as more vets seek care, funding falls far short - The Seattle Times
  8. US health officials want to place the label 'added sugars' to the nutrition facts label - Times Gazette
  9. Blind Americans can now 'see' with a device that uses their tongues - Mashable
  10. Global Warming Will Not Affect Normally Higher Death Rates During the Winter ... - Pioneer News
  11. 1 Dead, 9 Others Shot at Detroit Block Party - ABC News
  12. New Orleans Prisoner Accused of Escaping From and Killing Cop 'Apparently ... - ABC News
  13. Sanders delivers blistering condemnation of business, billionaires - The Denver Post
  14. Hundreds march in Charleston, Columbia to take down Confederate flag - Washington Post
  15. Police converge on NY towns where escaped prisoners said sighted - Reuters
  16. Worshippers will return to Charleston's Emanuel AME on Sunday - CNN
  17. China coach hails 'warriors' after gritty win
  18. Rampant Germany, gritty China advance into quarters
  19. At Miami-Dade GOP, a homecoming for Marco Rubio - Miami Herald
  20. 'Humans driving sixth mega wipeout of animals' - The Hindu
  21. South Korea reports three new cases of MERS, taking total to 169 - AsiaOne
  22. Wait-lists grow as more vets seek care, funding falls far short - The Seattle Times
  23. Blind Americans can now 'see' with a device that uses their tongues - Mashable
  24. Officials: Rare form of plague killed Colorado teen - USA TODAY
  25. US health officials want to place the label 'added sugars' to the nutrition facts label - Times Gazette
  26. Growing popularity of e-cigarettes pushes Hawaii to raise legal smoking age to 21 - The Independent
  27. HIV Vaccine: Potentially Effective Immunogen Identified - Immortal News
  28. Global Warming Will Not Affect Normally Higher Death Rates During the Winter ... - Pioneer News
  29. Car ploughs into crowd in Graz, Austria - Sydney Morning Herald
  30. New Orleans Prisoner Accused of Escaping From and Killing Cop 'Apparently ... - ABC News
  31. Florida's lieutenant governor likely to run for Rubio's Senate seat - Tampabay.com
  32. Hundreds march in Charleston, Columbia to take down Confederate flag - Washington Post
  33. Dylann Roof Said He Wanted to 'Do Something Crazy' Before Charleston ... - NBCNews.com
  34. Police converge on NY towns where escaped prisoners said sighted - Reuters
  35. Phelps wins 200 butterfly at Pro Swim meet
  36. 'Humans driving sixth mega wipeout of animals' - The Hindu
  37. Global Warming Not Related to Winter Deaths, Says Study - KMBZ
  38. Relay for Life raises $200000 - Sault Star
  39. Officials: Rare form of plague killed Colorado teen - USA TODAY
  40. US health officials want to place the label 'added sugars' to the nutrition facts label - Times Gazette
  41. New Law makes Hawaii 1st US State to Raise Legal Smoking Age to 21 - NY City News
  42. HIV Vaccine: Potentially Effective Immunogen Identified - Immortal News
  43. South Korea reports three new cases of MERS, taking total to 169 - AsiaOne
  44. Al Jazeera journalist arrested in Berlin - CNN
  45. New Orleans policeman shot and killed while transporting suspect - Reuters
  46. Debate over Confederate flag heats up in Republican presidential race - Los Angeles Times
  47. NY police investigate possible sighting of escaped prisoners along Pa. border - Fox News
  48. Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio weigh in on debate over flying Confederate flag in South ... - Miami Herald
  49. Racist manifesto linked to Charleston shooting suspect - Reuters
  50. Big-hitting Johnson muscles into U.S. Open lead
  51. Car ploughs into crowd in Graz, Austria - Sydney Morning Herald
  52. Galapagos tortoise, aged 150, put down in California - BBC News
  53. Global Warming Not Related to Winter Deaths, Says Study - KMBZ
  54. Relay for Life raises $200000 - Sault Star
  55. Officials: Rare form of plague killed Colorado teen - USA TODAY
  56. US health officials want to place the label 'added sugars' to the nutrition facts label - Times Gazette
  57. Hawaii becomes first U.S. state to raise smoking age to 21 - PhillyVoice.com
  58. HIV Vaccine: Potentially Effective Immunogen Identified - Immortal News
  59. South Korea reports 3 new cases of MERS, taking total to 169 - Reuters Canada
  60. Religion and Politics: GOP Hopefuls' New Insight on Faith - ABC News
  61. 'Humans driving sixth mega wipeout of animals' - The Hindu
  62. New Orleans policeman shot and killed while transporting suspect - Reuters
  63. Debate over Confederate flag heats up in Republican presidential race - Los Angeles Times
  64. Racist manifesto linked to Charleston shooting suspect - Reuters
  65. South Korea reports 3 new cases of MERS, taking total to 169
  66. Car ploughs into crowd in Graz, Austria - Sydney Morning Herald
  67. Colorado teen dies from rare case of plague - Los Angeles Times
  68. Alarming study: People will die just as much in the winter despite Global Warming - Morning Ticker
  69. HIV Vaccine: Potentially Effective Immunogen Identified - Immortal News
  70. Hawaii becomes first U.S. state to raise smoking age to 21 - PhillyVoice.com
  71. US health officials want to place the label 'added sugars' to the nutrition facts label - Times Gazette
  72. Living proof that cancer is not a death sentence - NorthernLife.ca
  73. South Korea reports 3 new cases of MERS, taking total to 169 - Reuters Canada
  74. Hillary Clinton backs stiffer gun laws after US church bloodbath - Hindustan Times
  75. Manhunt after New Orleans cop fatally shot by suspect he was transporting to jail - Fox News
  76. Man kills three by ploughing SUV into Austrian shoppers - Reuters
  77. NY police investigate "credible" sighting of escaped prisoners near Friendship, NY - USA TODAY
  78. Racist online manifesto mentions Charleston, includes images of Roof - CNN
  79. Scherzer throws no-hitter for Washington Nationals
  80. State Department Report: ISIS Breaking New Ground as New Leader in Terror ... - whotv.com
  81. What You Need to Know About Barack Obama's WTF Podcast with Marc Maron - Re/code
  82. Alarming study: People will die just as much in the winter despite Global Warming - Morning Ticker
  83. Researchers Find The First Potential HIV Vaccine Candidate - News Every day
  84. Colorado teen dies from rare case of plague - Los Angeles Times
  85. Living proof that cancer is not a death sentence - NorthernLife.ca
  86. BrainPort V100: Tongue Sight Device Receives FDA Approval - Immortal News
  87. Massive fraud charges for 243 medical workers - Standard-Examiner
  88. Car ploughs into crowd in Graz, Austria - Sydney Morning Herald
  89. New Orleans police officer killed while transporting prisoner - CNN
  90. Hillary Clinton: 'America's long struggle with race is far from finished' - Los Angeles Times
  91. Police probe possible sighting of New York state prison escapees - Reuters
  92. Jeb Bush on SC Confederate flag: 'I'm confident they will do the right thing' - CNN
  93. Shooting resurrects Charleston's troubled racial history - USA TODAY
  94. Spieth and Reed share U.S. Open spotlight with Day
  95. Rick Perry calls Charleston church shooting an 'accident' - The Guardian
  96. US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke deal nears - KVVU Las Vegas
  97. Chicago warns gay men to vaccinate against meningitis ahead of pride week - The Guardian
  98. Massive fraud charges for 243 medical workers - Standard-Examiner
  99. FDA Moves Forward With New Alternative Sight Assistance Device - Pioneer News
  100. Living proof that cancer is not a death sentence - NorthernLife.ca
  101. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  102. Warmer Winters Will Not Reduce Number Of Winter Deaths, Study Finds - Headlines & Global News
  103. The State Of Terrorism During 2014 - WRTV Indianapolis
  104. Three killed in Austria crowd crash - Irish Independent
  105. New Orleans police officer killed by suspect he was transporting - Los Angeles Times
  106. New York Police Search Allegany County for Possible Sighting of 2 Escaped ... - ABC News
  107. South Carolina Legislator: Take Down Confederate Flag - ABC News
  108. Aetna Inc makes takeover proposal to Humana Inc -WSJ
  109. Ailing Day tees off in U.S. Open third round
  110. Rick Perry calls Charleston church shooting an 'accident' - The Guardian
  111. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  112. Plague Confirmed In Larimer County Teen's Death - CBS Local
  113. Study finds that chocolate is good for your heart and health - The Silver Ink
  114. Chicago warns gay men to vaccinate against meningitis ahead of pride week - The Guardian
  115. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  116. FDA Moves Forward With New Alternative Sight Assistance Device - Pioneer News
  117. Living proof that cancer is not a death sentence - NorthernLife.ca
  118. Liberians still face travel headaches even after Ebola - Global News Network
  119. Perry condemns Charleston church shooting after 'accident' flub - CNN
  120. The State Of Terrorism During 2014 - KERO 23ABC News
  121. New Orleans policeman shot and killed while transporting suspect - Reuters
  122. Are New York escaped prisoners headed to Pennsylvania? (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  123. The college president in Charleston who pushed to keep the Confederate battle ... - Washington Post
  124. Charleston shooting suspect Dylann Roof said to be 'a classic lone wolf' - Los Angeles Times
  125. UPDATE 1-Anthem offers $46 bln for Cigna, says CEO role holds up deal
  126. Austrian man ploughs car into lunchtime shoppers, killing three - New Zealand Herald
  127. Temperature is not a key driver of winter excess mortality, says study - The Hoops News
  128. Plague Confirmed In Larimer County Teen's Death - CBS Local
  129. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  130. Study finds that chocolate is good for your heart and health - The Silver Ink
  131. Pickles: Cure for Social Anxiety - Empire State Tribune
  132. Doctors and nurses busted for $712 million Medicare fraud - WTTV CBS4Indy
  133. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  134. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, 6 in Syria - military | Reuters - Firstpost
  135. Manhunt after New Orleans cop fatally shot by suspect he was transporting ... - Fox News
  136. New York prison break: Police probe possible sightings of two convicts - CNN
  137. Hillary Clinton After Charleston Shooting: Race Remains 'Deep Fault Line' - NBCNews.com
  138. Romney joins call to remove Confederate flag from SC Capitol - USA TODAY
  139. Racist Website Appears to Belong to Charleston Church Shooter Dylann Roof - NBCNews.com
  140. Russia dominate gymnastics, but Rio will be harder
  141. Alonso says he lost motivation at Ferrari
  142. Bush seeks mass appeal with faith voters - USA TODAY
  143. Austria van attack: 'you hear it in America, but Graz is a peaceful city' - Telegraph.co.uk
  144. Chicago warns gay men to vaccinate against meningitis ahead of pride week - The Guardian
  145. Relay for life in Kincardine - Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
  146. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  147. Plague Confirmed In Larimer County Teen's Death - CBS Local
  148. Study finds that chocolate is good for your heart and health - The Silver Ink
  149. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  150. Scientists say global warming doesn't decrease winter mortality rate - UPI.com
  151. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  152. Manhunt after New Orleans cop fatally shot by suspect he was transporting ... - Fox News
  153. In Charleston's wake, Clinton speaks forcefully on guns, race - CNN
  154. Rick Perry calls Charleston church shooting an 'accident' - The Guardian
  155. Police Investigate Upstate NY Prison Escape Lead After Possible Sighting - NBCNews.com
  156. Charleston shootings: Dylann Roof photos found online - BBC News
  157. Anthem offers $184 per share for Cigna, CEO role holds up deal
  158. Anderson powers into Queen's Club final
  159. Study: 6th mass extinction already underway -- and we're the cause - USA TODAY
  160. Romney joins call to remove Confederate flag from SC Capitol - USA TODAY
  161. N. Koreans in Middle East Told to Stay Put Over MERS Fears - Voice of America
  162. Florida baby makes surprise appearance in elevator - Breckenridge American
  163. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  164. Study finds that chocolate is good for your heart and health - The Silver Ink
  165. Liberians still face travel headaches even after Ebola - Global News Network
  166. Prevention and early treatment of RMSF in Arizona may save millions by ... - Yumanewsnow
  167. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  168. Scientists say global warming doesn't decrease winter mortality rate - UPI.com
  169. Driver Plows Into Crowd in Graz, Austria, Killing Two: Reports - NBCNews.com
  170. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  171. Police Investigate Upstate NY Prison Escape Lead After Possible Sighting - NBCNews.com
  172. Perry condemns Charleston church shooting after 'accident' flub - CNN
  173. Romney joins call to remove Confederate flag from SC Capitol - USA TODAY
  174. Charleston Shooting Suspect's Childhood Friend Details Their Upbringing - ABC News
  175. Rachel Dolezal Scandal Exposes Fractured Family - NBCNews.com
  176. Scientists say global warming doesn't decrease winter mortality rate - UPI.com
  177. Hawaii enacts first-of-kind state smoking age law - Detroit Free Press
  178. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  179. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  180. Chocolate in Modest Amount Could Help Lower Heart Disease Risk, reveals Study - Times Gazette
  181. New device, the BrainPort V100 by Wicab, allows blind people to 'see' using ... - Metro
  182. Relay for life in Kincardine - Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
  183. President Obama to appear on Marc Maron's 'WTF' podcast - MSNBC
  184. Man kills 3 driving into crowd in Austria -- on purpose, authorities say - CNN
  185. GOP presidential hopefuls' open up about on their faiths - Sacramento Bee
  186. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  187. Charleston shooting shines spotlight on Confederate flag - USA TODAY
  188. New York prison break: Police probe possible sightings of two convicts - CNN
  189. British PM David Cameron Asserts Sections of Muslim Community Condones 'Islamist Extremist Ideology,' Which Spurs Youths Joining ISIS
  190. South Korea, Thailand Report No New MERS Cases - NPR
  191. Scientists say global warming doesn't decrease winter mortality rate - UPI.com
  192. Relay for life in Kincardine - Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
  193. New device, the BrainPort V100 by Wicab, allows blind people to 'see' using ... - Metro
  194. West Nile Virus shows up in Acadia Parish - Washington Times
  195. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  196. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  197. Hawaii just raised its legal smoking age to 21 - The Week Magazine
  198. Fatal car crash on crowd in Austrian city of Graz - BBC News
  199. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  200. Have New York escaped prisoners been spotted? - Christian Science Monitor
  201. Charleston shooting puts spotlight on Confederate flag - USA TODAY
  202. How Pastors Are Approaching Sunday Services After Charleston Shooting - ABC News
  203. Federer reaches Halle final after taming big-serving Karlovic
  204. Hamilton makes it a year of Mercedes poles
  205. 6th mass extinction begins, human race in danger, warns study - India Today
  206. Yemeni officials say car bomb exploded in front of a mosque in old Sanaa, killing 2 - Fox News
  207. South Korea, Thailand Report No New MERS Cases - NPR
  208. North Korea Announces Cure For MERS (As If) - NPR
  209. Chocolate in Modest Amount Could Help Lower Heart Disease Risk, reveals Study - Times Gazette
  210. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  211. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Epidemic In Arizona Cost $13M - Immortal News
  212. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  213. Hawaii becomes first state to raise legal smoking age to 21 - The Independent
  214. Aurora theater shooting trial: Grueling victim testimony on prosecution's final day - Aurora Sentinel
  215. Obama, Pelosi mend fences at fundraiser hosted by billionaire environmental ... - Washington Times
  216. President Obama Drops In On Popular Comedian's Podcast - CBS Local
  217. MLB scores: Yankees beat Tigers, Jays defeat Orioles - CTV News
  218. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  219. Charleston shooting: Confederate flag at heart of growing political storm - The Guardian
  220. Black Churches Targeted Because of Importance to Community - ABC News
  221. South Korea, Thailand Report No New MERS Cases - NPR
  222. Hawaii becomes first state to raise legal smoking age to 21 - The Independent
  223. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  224. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Epidemic Reported In Arizona Tribes - Pioneer News
  225. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  226. Chocolate in Modest Amount Could Help Lower Heart Disease Risk, reveals Study - Times Gazette
  227. How record Medicare fraud bust could give a boost to Obamacare (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  228. After trade spat, Obama and Pelosi kiss and make up (literally) - Daily News & Analysis
  229. Theater shooting prosecutors rest after emotional case - Chron.com
  230. Carlson: The Bush and Clinton shows get their spinoffs - Northwest Herald
  231. South Korea Reports No New MERS Cases - Voice of America
  232. Leaving Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders Found Home In Vermont - NPR
  233. State Department report: ISIS breaking new ground as new leader in terror groups - CNN
  234. New York Police Investigate Possible Sightings of 2 Escaped Convicts - ABC News
  235. WRAPUP 1-Thailand says 175 exposed to MERS patient; S.Korea reports no new case
  236. Black Churches Targeted Because of Importance to Community - ABC News
  237. Charleston Church Shooting Renews Confederate Flag Debate - NBCNews.com
  238. First US state Hawaii raises legal smoking age to 21, Gov. David Ige signs bill - Benchmark Reporter
  239. HIV Vaccine Closer Than Ever Before - Pioneer News
  240. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  241. Relay attracts hundreds - The Chronicle Journal
  242. Now Chocolate Is Healthy Supplement reveals Study - The Market Business
  243. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  244. $13 million dollar Tick Disease Epidemic affecting Native American tribes in ... - Benchmark Reporter
  245. Analysis: Detroit Tigers may disagree, but Justin Verlander took big step back ... - MLive.com
  246. Prosecutors rest their case in Colorado theater shooting - Philly.com
  247. Leaving Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders Found Home In Vermont - NPR
  248. US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke - Ynetnews
  249. Charleston Church Shooting Renews Confederate Flag Debate - NBCNews.com
  250. Charleston victims: 9 lives lost to family and community - CNN