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  1. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  2. Scientists say global warming doesn't decrease winter mortality rate - UPI.com
  3. Driver Plows Into Crowd in Graz, Austria, Killing Two: Reports - NBCNews.com
  4. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  5. Police Investigate Upstate NY Prison Escape Lead After Possible Sighting - NBCNews.com
  6. Perry condemns Charleston church shooting after 'accident' flub - CNN
  7. Romney joins call to remove Confederate flag from SC Capitol - USA TODAY
  8. Charleston Shooting Suspect's Childhood Friend Details Their Upbringing - ABC News
  9. Rachel Dolezal Scandal Exposes Fractured Family - NBCNews.com
  10. Scientists say global warming doesn't decrease winter mortality rate - UPI.com
  11. Hawaii enacts first-of-kind state smoking age law - Detroit Free Press
  12. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  13. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  14. Chocolate in Modest Amount Could Help Lower Heart Disease Risk, reveals Study - Times Gazette
  15. New device, the BrainPort V100 by Wicab, allows blind people to 'see' using ... - Metro
  16. Relay for life in Kincardine - Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
  17. President Obama to appear on Marc Maron's 'WTF' podcast - MSNBC
  18. Man kills 3 driving into crowd in Austria -- on purpose, authorities say - CNN
  19. GOP presidential hopefuls' open up about on their faiths - Sacramento Bee
  20. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  21. Charleston shooting shines spotlight on Confederate flag - USA TODAY
  22. New York prison break: Police probe possible sightings of two convicts - CNN
  23. British PM David Cameron Asserts Sections of Muslim Community Condones 'Islamist Extremist Ideology,' Which Spurs Youths Joining ISIS
  24. South Korea, Thailand Report No New MERS Cases - NPR
  25. Scientists say global warming doesn't decrease winter mortality rate - UPI.com
  26. Relay for life in Kincardine - Bayshore Broadcasting News Centre
  27. New device, the BrainPort V100 by Wicab, allows blind people to 'see' using ... - Metro
  28. West Nile Virus shows up in Acadia Parish - Washington Times
  29. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  30. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  31. Hawaii just raised its legal smoking age to 21 - The Week Magazine
  32. Fatal car crash on crowd in Austrian city of Graz - BBC News
  33. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  34. Have New York escaped prisoners been spotted? - Christian Science Monitor
  35. Charleston shooting puts spotlight on Confederate flag - USA TODAY
  36. How Pastors Are Approaching Sunday Services After Charleston Shooting - ABC News
  37. Federer reaches Halle final after taming big-serving Karlovic
  38. Hamilton makes it a year of Mercedes poles
  39. 6th mass extinction begins, human race in danger, warns study - India Today
  40. Yemeni officials say car bomb exploded in front of a mosque in old Sanaa, killing 2 - Fox News
  41. South Korea, Thailand Report No New MERS Cases - NPR
  42. North Korea Announces Cure For MERS (As If) - NPR
  43. Chocolate in Modest Amount Could Help Lower Heart Disease Risk, reveals Study - Times Gazette
  44. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  45. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Epidemic In Arizona Cost $13M - Immortal News
  46. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  47. Hawaii becomes first state to raise legal smoking age to 21 - The Independent
  48. South Korea, Thailand Report No New MERS Cases - NPR
  49. Obama, Pelosi mend fences at fundraiser hosted by billionaire environmental ... - Washington Times
  50. President Obama Drops In On Popular Comedian's Podcast - CBS Local
  51. MLB scores: Yankees beat Tigers, Jays defeat Orioles - CTV News
  52. US, allies conduct 16 air strikes in Iraq, six in Syria - Reuters
  53. Charleston shooting: Confederate flag at heart of growing political storm - The Guardian
  54. Black Churches Targeted Because of Importance to Community - ABC News
  55. Hawaii becomes first state to raise legal smoking age to 21 - The Independent
  56. Scientists one step closer to finding HIV vaccine - Times of India
  57. Aurora theater shooting trial: Grueling victim testimony on prosecution's final day - Aurora Sentinel
  58. How record Medicare fraud bust could give a boost to Obamacare (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  59. Chocolate in Modest Amount Could Help Lower Heart Disease Risk, reveals Study - Times Gazette
  60. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  61. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Epidemic Reported In Arizona Tribes - Pioneer News
  62. South Korea Reports No New MERS Cases - Voice of America
  63. Carlson: The Bush and Clinton shows get their spinoffs - Northwest Herald
  64. Theater shooting prosecutors rest after emotional case - Chron.com
  65. After trade spat, Obama and Pelosi kiss and make up (literally) - Daily News & Analysis
  66. Leaving Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders Found Home In Vermont - NPR
  67. State Department report: ISIS breaking new ground as new leader in terror groups - CNN
  68. New York Police Investigate Possible Sightings of 2 Escaped Convicts - ABC News
  69. Charleston Church Shooting Renews Confederate Flag Debate - NBCNews.com
  70. Black Churches Targeted Because of Importance to Community - ABC News
  71. WRAPUP 1-Thailand says 175 exposed to MERS patient; S.Korea reports no new case
  72. First US state Hawaii raises legal smoking age to 21, Gov. David Ige signs bill - Benchmark Reporter
  73. HIV Vaccine Closer Than Ever Before - Pioneer News
  74. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  75. Relay attracts hundreds - The Chronicle Journal
  76. Now Chocolate Is Healthy Supplement reveals Study - The Market Business
  77. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  78. $13 million dollar Tick Disease Epidemic affecting Native American tribes in ... - Benchmark Reporter
  79. Analysis: Detroit Tigers may disagree, but Justin Verlander took big step back ... - MLive.com
  80. Prosecutors rest their case in Colorado theater shooting - Philly.com
  81. Leaving Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders Found Home In Vermont - NPR
  82. Thailand says 175 people had exposure to its MERS case
  83. Charleston victims: 9 lives lost to family and community - CNN
  84. Thailand says 175 people had exposure to its MERS case
  85. Charleston Church Shooting Renews Confederate Flag Debate - NBCNews.com
  86. US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke - Ynetnews
  87. Thailand says 175 people had exposure to its MERS case - Reuters
  88. Human anti-HIV vaccine not too far off after 3 studies develop HIV antibodies in ... - Benchmark Reporter
  89. Study Shows Sweet Effects Of Chocolate On Your Heart: Here Are Other Health ... - Tech Times
  90. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  91. Hawaii becomes first state to raise smoking age to 21 - Bangor Daily News
  92. Parachutist Saved in Mid-Air as Chute Fails to Open at Airshow - NBCNews.com
  93. New York Police Investigate Possible Sightings of 2 Escaped Convicts - ABC News
  94. Relay for life raises more than $70000 Hundreds of candles lit at Luminaria ... - Empire State Tribune
  95. North Korea Announces Cure For MERS (As If) - NPR
  96. Toxic Liquor Kills 74 in India - Wall Street Journal
  97. Theater shooting prosecutors rest after building emotional, detailed case against ... - Fox News
  98. NY police investigate possible sighting of escaped prisoners - Fox News
  99. Alex Rodriguez home run, his 3000th hit, caught by famous ballhawk Zack ... - New York Daily News
  100. Leaving Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders Found Home In Vermont - NPR
  101. US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke - Ynetnews
  102. Charleston church shooter hears victim's kin say, 'I forgive you' - CNN
  103. Hawaii becomes first US state to raise smoking age to 21 - Reuters
  104. New HIV Vaccine May Stop The Virus Infection - Wall Street Hedge
  105. Charleston Church Shooting Renews Confederate Flag Debate - NBCNews.com
  106. Relay for life raises more than $70000 - Empire State Tribune
  107. Regular Consumption of Cocoa May Lessen Risks of Cardiovascular Diseases - Yibada (English Edition)
  108. North Korea Announces Cure For MERS (As If) - NPR
  109. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  110. S. Korea reports no new MERS cases for first time in 16 days - Economic Times
  111. Theater Shooting Prosecutors Rest After Emotional Case - ABC News
  112. Alex Rodriguez home run, his 3000th hit, caught by famous ballhawk Zack ... - New York Daily News
  113. NY police investigate possible sighting of escaped prisoners - Fox News
  114. US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke - Ynetnews
  115. Why the Confederate flag still flies in South Carolina - CNN
  116. Dylann Roof's friend: 'He never said anything racist' - BBC News
  117. Doctors cause copper deficiency by 'misdiagnosing a need for zinc'
  118. What Rachel Dolezal can teach us about the search for self-knowledge - Toronto Star
  119. Hawaii becomes first US state to raise smoking age to 21 - Reuters
  120. Curing HIV: One Step Closer With Experimental Vaccine - Clapway
  121. Relay for Life draws hundreds, raises $80K - Corning Leader
  122. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  123. Chocolate May Be Good For Your Heart Health - American Live Wire
  124. North Korea claims to have found drug to prevent and cure MERS, Ebola and AIDS - Firstpost
  125. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  126. Arizona's American Indian tribes hit by tick infection epidemic - Delhi Daily News
  127. What Rachel Dolezal can teach us about the search for self-knowledge - Toronto Star
  128. Families gather for Berkeley tragedy vigil; funerals to begin today - Irish Examiner
  129. Alex Rodriguez: I didn't know this day would come - USA TODAY
  130. Defying conventions, Sanders emerges as a Clinton - Rapid News Network
  131. US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke - Ynetnews
  132. Theater Shooting Prosecutors Rest After Emotional Case - ABC News
  133. Man Accused of Church Killings Spoke of Attacking College - ABC News
  134. Iran shocks United States with 3-0 defeat in Tehran
  135. NY police investigate possible sighting of escaped prisoners - Fox News
  136. Hawaii Becomes First State to Raise Smoking Age to 21 - NBCNews.com
  137. What was the drug Dylann Roof was holding when arrested in February? - CBS News
  138. Relay for Life draws hundreds, raises $80K - Corning Leader
  139. Chocolate May Be Good For Your Heart Health - American Live Wire
  140. North Korea says it can cure MERS (and a whole bunch of other things) - Tampabay.com
  141. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  142. Tick Disease Causes $13 Million in Damage to Native Americans - Empire State Tribune
  143. Curing HIV: One Step Closer With Experimental Vaccine - Clapway
  144. Police Look Into Possible Sightings of Escaped NY Inmates - ABC News
  145. Berkeley vigil: 'They lived and laughed and loved and left... We will not forget them' - Irish Independent
  146. Alex Rodriguez: I didn't know this day would come - USA TODAY
  147. US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke - Ynetnews
  148. Clinton, Sanders, Paul top Facebook chatter in key early presidential states - Sacramento Bee
  149. Why the Confederate flag still flies in South Carolina - CNN
  150. Charleston church massacre reignites bitter debate over symbol of segregation - Sydney Morning Herald
  151. In James Holmes trial, bereaved mother speaks, and prosecution rests - Los Angeles Times
  152. Curing HIV: One Step Closer With Experimental Vaccine - Clapway
  153. Tick Disease Causes $13 Million in Damage to Native Americans - Empire State Tribune
  154. INT: Positive test for West Nile virus in mosquitoes - Rapid News Network
  155. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  156. Relay for Life draws hundreds, raises $80K - Steuben Courier
  157. North Korea says it can cure MERS (and a whole bunch of other things) - Tampabay.com
  158. Chocolate habit may be good for the heart, study finds - USA TODAY
  159. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  160. Alex Rodriguez: I didn't know this day would come - USA TODAY
  161. Shooting In Charleston Reignites Debate About The Confederate Flag - CBS Local
  162. Rick Perry calls Charleston church shooting an 'accident' - Washington Post (blog)
  163. Clinton, Sanders, Paul top Facebook chatter in key early presidential states - Sacramento Bee
  164. NRA executive suggests slain Charleston pastor to blame for gun deaths - Reuters
  165. Hawaii becomes first U.S. state to raise smoking age to 21
  166. Hawaii becomes first U.S. state to raise smoking age to 21
  167. Gunfight leaves Cincinnati police officer, suspect dead - USA TODAY
  168. New York escapees on run as prison officer is suspended - Reuters
  169. Chocolate habit may be good for the heart, study finds - USA TODAY
  170. North Korea claims it has drug to treat MERS, Ebola, SARS and AIDS - Times of India
  171. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  172. Human Placenta Mimicked on a Chip to Study its Workings - NYC Today
  173. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  174. Study finds that better birth control counseling reduces accidental pregnancy - Vocal Republic
  175. Going for Haj or to Thailand? Check out MERS advisory - Economic Times
  176. One Israeli shot dead, one wounded in West Bank terror attack - Haaretz
  177. Terrorists were a lot more active last year. Here is how much and why. - Washington Post
  178. Join the hunt: Police ask woodsmen to search trail cams for escaped killers - Fox News
  179. Sanders calls for immigration policies that unite families - USA TODAY
  180. UPDATE 1-Shallow quake of 6.4 magnitude strikes off Chile, no damage - Reuters
  181. Alex Rodriguez: 'I didn't know this day would come' - USA TODAY
  182. Phelps battles to third in 200m freestyle at Santa Clara
  183. Gunfight leaves Cincinnati police officer, suspect dead - USA TODAY
  184. South Korea reports no new cases of MERS, first time since June 3 - Reuters
  185. Chocolate habit may be good for the heart, study finds - USA TODAY
  186. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  187. Should Nutrition Labels Note 'Added Sugars'? - The Daily Meal
  188. Human Placenta Mimicked on a Chip to Study its Workings - NYC Today
  189. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  190. Tick Disease Causes $13 Million in Damage to Native Americans - Empire State Tribune
  191. Study: IUD use effective for pregnancy prevention - WXII The Triad
  192. Global 'terror' death toll soared in 2014: US report - The Express Tribune
  193. Join the hunt: Police ask woodsmen to search trail cams for escaped killers - Fox News
  194. Rick Perry describes Charleston shooting as an "accident" - CBS News
  195. Sanders calls for immigration policies that unite families - USA TODAY
  196. Obama, Pelosi all smiles at Democratic fundraiser - USA TODAY
  197. Alex Rodriguez hits homer for his 3000th career hit - Fox News
  198. Day resting after collapsing at U.S. Open
  199. In James Holmes trial, bereaved mother speaks, and prosecution rests - Los Angeles Times
  200. South Korea reports no new MERS deaths or cases - Times of India
  201. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  202. Putting 'added sugars' on food labels may baffle shoppers - Yahoo News
  203. Human Placenta Mimicked on a Chip to Study its Workings - NYC Today
  204. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  205. Study: IUD use effective for pregnancy prevention - WXII The Triad
  206. Chocolate habit may be good for the heart, study finds - USA TODAY
  207. Mexico beer centre attack leaves 10 dead - BBC News
  208. Clinton, Sanders, Paul top Facebook chatter in key early presidential states - Sacramento Bee
  209. Obama's Agenda Finds Support Among Mayors - Wall Street Journal
  210. Alex Rodriguez homers for 3000th hit - CBS News
  211. Roof friend: I don't think he hated blacks. I think he hated humans. - Washington Post
  212. Rodriguez homers to reach 3,000-hit milestone
  213. Thumbs down from players for 18th hole in second round
  214. Join the hunt: Police ask woodsmen to search trail cams for escaped killers - Fox News
  215. South Korea reports no new cases of MERS, first time since June 3 | Reuters - Firstpost
  216. Curing HIV: One Step Closer With Experimental Vaccine - Clapway
  217. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  218. Indian-Origin Scientist Part of Team Which Created Placenta-on-a-Chip - NDTV
  219. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  220. Study: IUD use effective for pregnancy prevention - WXII The Triad
  221. Chocolate habit may be good for the heart, study finds - USA TODAY
  222. Clinton, Sanders, Paul top Facebook chatter in key early presidential states - Sacramento Bee
  223. Obama's Agenda Finds Support Among Mayors - Wall Street Journal
  224. NAACP president calls Charleston shooting 'an act of racial terrorism' - Los Angeles Times
  225. Emanuel tragedy pains Charleston's longtime mayor - Washington Post
  226. Spieth holds early Open lead, Woods to miss cut
  227. Blatter backs German proposal for FIFA integrity checks
  228. One million people in Oakland celebrate NBA champion Warriors
  229. South Korea reports no new cases of MERS, first time since June 3
  230. Bobby Jindal vetoes license plate scanner legislation over privacy concerns - NOLA.com
  231. 10 dead in attack on beer distributor in northern Mexico - Daily Mail
  232. Curing HIV: One Step Closer With Experimental Vaccine - Clapway
  233. Father's Day walk/run: Moving on after prostate cancer - Vancouver Sun
  234. Indian-Origin Scientist Part of Team Which Created Placenta-on-a-Chip - NDTV
  235. Company Stops Testing of Ebola Drug in Sierra Leone - NBCNews.com
  236. Study: IUD use effective for pregnancy prevention - WXII The Triad
  237. Chocolate habit may be good for the heart, study finds - USA TODAY
  238. South Korea reports no new cases of MERS, first time since June 3 - Reuters
  239. Join the hunt: Police ask woodsmen to search trail cams for escaped killers - Fox News
  240. Walker's jobs agency says 26 awards made without review - Washington Times
  241. Can Bernie Sanders run as a Democrat in New Hampshire? - CBS News
  242. Obama's Agenda Finds Support Among Mayors - Wall Street Journal
  243. Charleston church shooting suspect hears victims' kin say, 'I forgive you' - CNN
  244. Del Potro pulls out of Wimbledon after wrist surgery
  245. Rodriguez homers to reach 3,000-hit milestone
  246. Gunfight on Cincinnati street leaves officer, armed man dead - Washington Post
  247. The Pope's Solution for Warming: Pray - Wall Street Journal
  248. Top Thai hospital treats first MERS case, South Korea outbreak levels off | Reuters - Firstpost
  249. Son Gift's Kidney to Father, Great Sacrifice on Father's Day! - Empire State Tribune
  250. Indian-Origin Scientist Part of Team Which Created Placenta-on-a-Chip - NDTV