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  1. Clinton: US must face 'hard truths' after Charleston shooting - Irish Examiner
  2. Bicentennial of Waterloo celebrated as Europe struggles to hold itself together - The Australian Financial Review
  3. Pope blames the people's 'general lack of interest' for failure to combat climate ... - Irish Independent
  4. Charleston church shooter's friends describe racist views as survivors recall ... - Fox News
  5. PureTech raises $171 million in latest London health listing
  6. Google expands Google Trends to include real time information - India Today
  7. Thailand confirms first case of MERS virus - Fox News
  8. Tommy Chong Remains in High Spirits Despite Cancer Diagnosis - People Magazine
  9. Transfat weakens memory in young men - The Express Tribune
  10. North Texans among 243 indicted in major health care fraud bust - Dallas Morning News
  11. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  12. Good Question: What Do We Need To Know About Sunscreen? - CBS Local
  13. Move over, dark: Milk chocolate is just as good for your heart - KSL.com
  14. Updated Training Of Birth Control Counselors Boosts Use Of IUDs - Rapid News Network
  15. At Least Three Dead as Tropical Storm Bill Lashes Central US - NDTV
  16. Bicentennial of Waterloo celebrated as Europe struggles to hold itself together - The Australian Financial Review
  17. Pope Francis: 'Earth looks like immense pile of filth' - Irish Independent
  18. Charleston victims: 9 lives lost to family and community - CNN
  19. REFILE-Bayer to invest 4 bln euros in R&D this year -Bild
  20. German stocks - Factors to watch on June 19
  21. BRIEF-Puretech kicks off London listing
  22. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Friday
  23. Bayer to invest 4 billion euros in R&D this year: Bild
  24. Social media campaigns launched to benefit victims of Berkeley balcony collapse - San Jose Mercury News
  25. Clinton: US must face 'hard truths' - Irish Independent
  26. Kelly Osbourne slammed by fans after posting selfie wearing Rachel Doleza wig - Sydney Morning Herald
  27. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  28. Medicare project: House calls for frail seniors cut costs - Boston Globe
  29. Transfat weakens memory in young men - The Express Tribune
  30. Tommy Chong Remains in High Spirits Despite Cancer Diagnosis - People Magazine
  31. North Texans among 243 indicted in major health care fraud bust - Dallas Morning News
  32. Risky Sex, Poor Memory among Teens - Youth Health Magzine
  33. Thailand confirms first case of MERS virus - Fox News
  34. SD beaches get high grades - U-T San Diego
  35. Ceremonies mark bicentennial of fateful 1815 Battle of Waterloo, which changed ... - Vancouver Sun
  36. Rachel Dolezal voted off Spokane commission - CNN
  37. Hillary Clinton stressing support for immigration reform - azcentral.com
  38. China rejects Gilead hepatitis C drug patent -advocacy group
  39. WRAPUP 1-Thailand took four days to confirm first MERS case, 59 being monitored
  40. Woods sinks to bottom at Chambers Bay
  41. China rejects Gilead hepatitis C drug patent: advocacy group
  42. Delware governor signs bill decriminalizing pot: report
  43. Thailand took four days to confirm first MERS case, 59 being monitored
  44. SD beaches get high grades - U-T San Diego
  45. Delware governor signs bill decriminalizing pot: report - Reuters
  46. Google Trends redesigned; will focus on real-time data - Tech2
  47. Newest miracle food may be avocado, which has potential cancer-busting ... - Washington Post
  48. Trans fat ban tests food companies, bakers - Zee News
  49. Medicare project: House calls for frail seniors cut costs - KDWN
  50. North Texans among 243 indicted in major health care fraud bust - Dallas Morning News
  51. Risky Sex, Poor Memory among Teens - Youth Health Magzine
  52. Good Question: What Do We Need To Know About Sunscreen? - CBS Local
  53. Better birth control counseling could cut unintended pregnancy in half - ModVive
  54. Thailand took four days to confirm first MERS case, 59 being monitored - Reuters
  55. SD beaches get high grades - U-T San Diego
  56. Federal Probe in Charleston Shooting Won't Mean Automatic Hate-Crime Case - Wall Street Journal
  57. Rachel Dolezal voted off Spokane commission - CNN
  58. Clinton Says She'd Vote Against 'Fast Track' Trade Bill - ABC News
  59. Charleston church shooting: Prayers held across US - BBC News
  60. S.Korea: MERS outbreak has 'levelled off,' watching for more cases
  61. UPDATE 1-South Korea MERS outbreak has 'levelled off'; one new case
  62. FINA had cleared Olympic relay champion Palmer of doping
  63. Plan for woman on $10 bill is praised, but Alexander Hamilton has backers - Los Angeles Times
  64. Ceremonies mark bicentennial of fateful 1815 Battle of Waterloo, which changed ... - Vancouver Sun
  65. South Korea MERS outbreak has 'leveled off'; one new case - Reuters
  66. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  67. Medicare project: House calls for frail seniors cut costs - Santa Cruz Sentinel
  68. New Trans Fat Ban - KFBB NewsChannel 5
  69. North Texans among 243 indicted in major health care fraud bust - Dallas Morning News
  70. Risky Sex, Poor Memory among Teens - Youth Health Magzine
  71. Good Question: What Do We Need To Know About Sunscreen? - CBS Local
  72. Better birth control counseling could cut unintended pregnancy in half - ModVive
  73. Waterloo bicentenary: Thousands gather in Belgium for large-scale re ... - ABC Online
  74. SD beaches get high grades - U-T San Diego
  75. NBC's Brian Williams is starting an 'apology tour' - CNNMoney
  76. Plan for woman on $10 bill is praised, but Alexander Hamilton has backers - Los Angeles Times
  77. Clinton opposes VA privatization but sees need for choice - Reuters
  78. Federal Probe in Charleston Shooting Won't Mean Automatic Hate-Crime Case - Wall Street Journal
  79. What's Next for SC Church Shooting Suspect Dylann Roof - ABC News
  80. Curbing accidental pregnancies: Doctors should mention IUDS, implants - Fox News
  81. S.Korea: MERS outbreak has 'levelled off,' watching for more cases - Reuters
  82. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  83. Housecalls for frail seniors cut Medicare costs: study - CTV News
  84. What are trans fats and why are they unhealthy? - SaukValley.com
  85. 25 From Illinois Charged in Federal Health Care Fraud Sweep - CBS Local
  86. Weaker working memory linked to risky sexual activity - Times of India
  87. Debunking SPF: Study Shows Most Don't Understand Sun Protection - CBS Local
  88. MSNBC rehab in the works with ongoing tilt toward news, not pundits - Washington Post
  89. Plan for woman on $10 bill is praised, but Andrew Hamilton has backers - Los Angeles Times
  90. Clinton opposes VA privatization but sees need for choice - Reuters
  91. Charleston Massacre Sends Shockwave Of Grief, Racial Tension Through Nation - Huffington Post
  92. PRESS DIGEST- British Business - June 19
  93. Johnson and Stenson share early U.S. Open lead
  94. SD beaches get high grades - U-T San Diego
  95. Curbing accidental pregnancies: Doctors should mention IUDS, implants - Fox News
  96. Debunking SPF: Study Shows Most Don't Understand Sun Protection - CBS Local
  97. Research Links Impulsive Decision Making in Teenagers to Weaker Working ... - Uncover California
  98. Feds Arrest 243 People On Charges Of Medicare Fraud - Huffington Post
  99. Big, Fat TRANSgression - Huffington Post
  100. Medicare project: House calls for frail seniors cut costs - Washington Post
  101. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  102. Federal Probe in Charleston Shooting Won't Mean Automatic Hate-Crime Case - Wall Street Journal
  103. In Trump Candidacy, GOP Strategists See a Wild Card - Wall Street Journal
  104. Republican presidential hopefuls on the hot seat, thanks to Pope Francis - Washington Post
  105. Hillary Clinton a 'no' on trade fast-track, for now - CNN
  106. For church, 200 years of tragedy and revival - Washington Post
  107. U.S. stay calm as Solo storm threatens to pick up steam
  108. Rate of MERS infections in South Korea slows with one new case
  109. MSNBC rehab in the works with ongoing tilt toward news, not pundits - Washington Post
  110. Curbing accidental pregnancies: Doctors should mention IUDS, implants - Fox News
  111. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  112. In utero DDT exposure tied to increased breast cancer risk - Reuters
  113. Big, Fat TRANSgression - Huffington Post
  114. Feds Arrest 243 People On Charges Of Medicare Fraud - Huffington Post
  115. Debunking SPF: Study Shows Most Don't Understand Sun Protection - CBS Local
  116. Research Links Impulsive Decision Making in Teenagers to Weaker Working ... - Uncover California
  117. World's oldest-known person Jeralean Talley dies at 116 - The Australian
  118. Exclusive: Girl Who Asked Obama to Put Women on Bills 'Really Excited' About a ... - TIME
  119. In Trump Candidacy, GOP Strategists See a Wild Card - Wall Street Journal
  120. Pope demands 'action now' to save planet from environmental ruin - Reuters
  121. Hillary Clinton Pitches Strengthening Latino Families In NALEO Speech - NBCNews.com
  122. Charleston Shooting: What the Gunman Allegedly Told Churchgoers Before the ... - ABC News
  123. De Grasse eyes Pan Ams double, 100 meters at worlds
  124. No lapses if Williams wants Serena Slam: Evert, McEnroe
  125. How the Confederate-license-plate ruling could affect Md. and Va. - Washington Post
  126. Case Closed? DNA Links 8500-Year-Old Kennewick Man to Native Americans - NBCNews.com
  127. Curbing accidental pregnancies: Doctors should mention IUDS, implants - Fox News
  128. Could avocados crush cancer? - The Week Magazine
  129. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  130. What Food Can Replace Trans Fats' Creamy Goodness? - Wired
  131. Research Links Impulsive Decision Making in Teenagers to Weaker Working ... - Uncover California
  132. Debunking SPF: Study Shows Most Don't Understand Sun Protection - CBS Local
  133. 25 from Illinois charged in federal health care fraud sweep - Chicago Tribune
  134. Worried about MERS in South Korea? Visitors can (mostly) breathe easy. - Washington Post
  135. Neil Young expands on his response to Donald Trump's use of 'Free World' song - Los Angeles Times
  136. Obama praises Pope Francis for making case on climate change - Reuters
  137. How the Confederate-license-plate ruling could affect Md. and Va. - Washington Post
  138. Hillary Clinton Pitches Strengthening Latino Families In NALEO Speech - NBCNews.com
  139. Pastor Killed in Church Shooting Bridged Faith, Politics - ABC News
  140. UPDATE 1-Amgen's cancer drug meets main goal in late-stage study
  141. New Orleans Saints owner ruled competent to own NFL, NBA teams
  142. Ebola showed aid delivery desperately needs an overhaul
  143. Fitbit use tied to increase in activity
  144. Hate crimes are down in the US, but the data is shaky - Boston.com
  145. Rubio, Paul slough off immigration protesters - USA TODAY
  146. What Food Can Replace Trans Fats' Creamy Goodness? - Wired
  147. Research Links Impulsive Decision Making in Teenagers to Weaker Working ... - Uncover California
  148. Ebola showed aid delivery desperately needs an overhaul - Reuters
  149. What you need to know about sunscreen labels - 13WMAZ
  150. Authorities arrest 243 people in $712 million Medicare fraud - Reuters
  151. #theBrief: Why Isn't There a Vaccine for the MERS Virus? - TIME
  152. The latest on NY Legislature: Meningitis vaccine for school - TBO.com
  153. Curbing accidental pregnancies: Doctors should mention IUDS, implants - Fox News
  154. Government free to pick and choose which proposed license plate designs to ... - Washington Post
  155. Hillary Clinton calls for action on gun control after Charleston shootings - Los Angeles Times
  156. Suspect in deadly Charleston shooting apparently introverted with few friends - Fox News
  157. Amgen's cancer drug meets main goal in a late-stage study
  158. Obama praises Pope Francis for making case on climate change
  159. UAW president says union wants to expand healthcare pool
  160. Amgen's cancer drug meets main goal in a late-stage study
  161. Jeralean Talley, world's oldest-known person, dies at 116
  162. Putting off parenthood might be good for your children
  163. In utero DDT exposure tied to increased breast cancer risk
  164. 'You're Hired!': Donald Trump paid actors to attend presidential launch, says ... - Christian Science Monitor
  165. Meet the Muslim Mystic Pope Francis Cited in His Encyclical - TIME
  166. Obama Mourns Charleston Deaths, But Laments 'Politics' Of Gun-Control - WLRN
  167. Eleven Foods That Still Have Trans Fats - Bloomberg
  168. A mother's sorrow, who has lost her mentally ill addicted son - The Silver Ink
  169. Research Links Impulsive Decision Making in Teenagers to Weaker Working ... - Uncover California
  170. What you need to know about sunscreen labels - 13WMAZ
  171. #theBrief: Why Isn't There a Vaccine for the MERS Virus? - TIME
  172. HIV vaccine method approaches human trial - U-T San Diego
  173. Researchers across the country are putting organs on chips - Washington Post
  174. Authorities arrest 243 people in $712 million Medicare fraud - Reuters
  175. Rubio, Paul slough off immigration protesters - USA TODAY
  176. Donald Trump paid actors $50 to cheer at campaign launch, website reports - NOLA.com
  177. New $10 US bill to feature a woman, represent values of democracy - Hindustan Times
  178. Government free to pick and choose which proposed license plate designs to ... - Washington Post
  179. Will American Catholics Join the Pope on Climate Change? - NBCNews.com
  180. Hillary Clinton: US must face 'hard truths' after South Carolina shooting - The Daily Star
  181. Victims named in Charleston church shooting - Washington Post
  182. Front runner: IPO gives Fitbit firepower in crowded market
  183. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker forms new fundraising committee in step toward ... - Fox News
  184. Court strikes town sign ordinance in challenge brought by Arizona church - CNN
  185. 243 people arrested for $712 million Medicare fraud - DOJ - Reuters
  186. Eleven Foods That Still Have Trans Fats - Bloomberg
  187. A mother's sorrow, who has lost her mentally ill addicted son - The Silver Ink
  188. Research Links Impulsive Decision Making in Teenagers to Weaker Working ... - Uncover California
  189. HIV vaccine method approaches human trial - U-T San Diego
  190. #theBrief: Why Isn't There a Vaccine for the MERS Virus? - TIME
  191. A Human Placenta, the Size of a Computer Chip - The Atlantic
  192. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker forms new fundraising committee in step toward ... - Fox News
  193. Obama Trade Bill Passes House as Senate Now Controls Fate - Bloomberg
  194. Donald Trump Still Hasn't Filed His Statement of Candidacy - NBCNews.com
  195. Pope Francis: 'Revolution' needed to combat climate change - CNN
  196. Supreme Court upholds Texas license plate restriction, strikes down local ... - Fox News
  197. Report: SC shooting suspect captured in North Carolina - Fox News
  198. Mickelson makes fast start at U.S. Open
  199. Hamilton unmoved by Le Mans, others eager to try it
  200. Hamilton wants real win in Austria after screen success
  201. Police and Prosecutors Still Foot Drag on Hate Crimes - Huffington Post
  202. Colorado massacre trial to hear from youngest victim's mother - Reuters
  203. A Human Placenta, the Size of a Computer Chip - The Atlantic
  204. A mother's sorrow, who has lost her mentally ill addicted son - The Silver Ink
  205. Research Links Impulsive Decision Making in Teenagers to Weaker Working ... - Uncover California
  206. Eleven Foods That Still Have Trans Fats - Bloomberg
  207. #theBrief: Why Isn't There a Vaccine for the MERS Virus? - TIME
  208. Birth Increase: Soaring Pregnancy Rates For the First Time In 7 Years - Science World Report
  209. HIV vaccine method approaches human trial - U-T San Diego
  210. Government arrests 243 in largest ever crackdown on health care fraud - Washington Post
  211. Donald Trump Still Hasn't Filed his Statement of Candidacy - NBCNews.com
  212. Release of encyclical reveals pope's deep dive into climate science - Washington Post
  213. Suspect in Church Shooting Had Apartheid-Era Patches - ABC News
  214. UPDATE 1-UAW president: no Fiat Chrysler merger that cuts jobs
  215. BRIEF-FTSE says Spirit Pub to be deleted from 250 index, Vectura added
  216. BRIEF-Onxeo acquires US patent protecting Validive until 2029
  217. Webber says F1 is letting down fans and drivers
  218. Second seed Nishikori eases into Halle quarter-finals
  219. Button hopes Alonso will make him look slow
  220. Hundreds of thousands jam downtown Chicago for Hawks parade
  221. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker forms new fundraising committee in step toward ... - Fox News
  222. Brian Williams demoted to MSNBC; Lester Holt gets 'Nightly News' anchor job - Fox News
  223. A Mother Laments her lost son Addicted and Mentally ill - Times Gazette
  224. Weaker working memory linked to risky sexual activity - Times of India
  225. What you need to know about sunscreen labels - CBS News
  226. Considering Knee Surgery? Read This First - Health.com
  227. South Korea MERS Outbreak Brings Focus on Samsung Hospital - Wall Street Journal
  228. 'Placenta-on-a-chip' to help researchers understand pregnancy - UPI.com
  229. US Birth Rate Increases For First Time In Seven Years - International Business Times
  230. UPDATE 3-Authorities arrest 243 people in $712 million Medicare fraud - Reuters
  231. Colorado massacre trial to hear from youngest victim's mother - Reuters
  232. UPDATE 2-Authorities arrest 243 people in $712 million Medicare fraud
  233. U.S. appeals court again invalidates Teva MS drug patent
  234. BRIEF-Pharmstandard names Grigory Potapov new CEO
  235. UAW president says union wants to expand healthcare pool
  236. U.S. researchers see auto fuel standards driving technology
  237. FDA cracks down on over 1,000 illegal online medicine sellers
  238. UPDATE 1-U.S. appeals court again invalidates Teva's MS drug patent
  239. U.S. Open gets underway at Chambers Bay
  240. Copa America anti-discrimination campaign to meet its acid test
  241. Africa's richest man, Nigeria's Dangote, plans to bid for Arsenal soccer club
  242. U.S. appeals court again invalidates Teva MS drug patent
  243. FDA cracks down on over 1,000 illegal online medicine sellers
  244. Chocolate: is it really good for our health?
  245. President Obama Expresses 'Deep Sorrow' Over Charleston Church Shooting - ABC News
  246. Pope Francis challenges humanity to fight global warming in historic encyclical - Washington Post
  247. Transfat Weakens Memory in Young Men - NDTV
  248. Mother pays tribute to her mentally ill son: Barbara Theodosiou becomes 'The ... - Benchmark Reporter
  249. Weaker working memory linked to risky sexual activity - Times of India
  250. What you need to know about sunscreen labels - CBS News