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  1. Snowden's Gift to Russia and China - Wall Street Journal
  2. Florida health officials warn beach-goers against flesh-eating bacteria - Pulse Headlines
  3. Cancer survivors, caregivers gain support from annual Relay for Life - UpNorthLive.com
  4. Skin cancer: An epidemic or case of better diagnosis? - Vancouver Sun
  5. Hospital closes door to to try to stop spread of MERS - Times LIVE
  6. Trials show aspirin slows breast cancer - The Times (subscription)
  7. Genes of brain-eating tribe members shine light on prion protection - UPI.com
  8. Mobile app helps save cardiac arrest victims - 13WMAZ
  9. South African court orders Sudanese president not to leave - Washington Post
  10. NAACP leader Dolezal cancels chapter meeting - USA TODAY
  11. Dallas Police Worker Stepped Away from Desk Moments Before Shooting, Chief ... - ABC News
  12. Animals loose after deadly Georgia floods - Sky News Australia
  13. New York Gov. Cuomo: We don't know if escaped inmates are still in US - Los Angeles Times
  14. Philae, Europe's comet lander, wakes up after seven months - Telegraph.co.uk
  15. Hillary Clinton takes a stand on trade - kind of - CNN
  16. Share sale proceeds double in China, HK as firms ride stock market dragon
  17. US plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, Eastern Europe - source - Reuters
  18. The True Significance of Flibanserin's 'Modest' Boost To Female Sexual Desire - Forbes
  19. Relay for Life pushes beyond early rain showers - Bismarck Tribune
  20. Skin cancer: An epidemic or case of better diagnosis? - Vancouver Sun
  21. Tests show South Korean in Slovakia probably does not have MERS - GMA News
  22. Trials show aspirin slows breast cancer - The Times (subscription)
  23. Genes of brain-eating tribe members shine light on prion protection - UPI.com
  24. Mobile app helps save cardiac arrest victims - 13WMAZ
  25. A deadly flesh-eating bacteria is causing panic on Florida beaches - State Column
  26. Rachel Dolezal to address furor over her race. Who defines racial identity? - Christian Science Monitor
  27. How a devastating loss in Florida taught Jeb Bush what it takes to win - Washington Post
  28. Life under lock and key: New York police search continues - Christian Science Monitor
  29. At least 10 die in Georgia floods; deadly zoo animals roam streets - Sydney Morning Herald
  30. Clinton urges Obama to work with Pelosi on trade deal - Reuters
  31. Biggest news you missed this weekend - USA TODAY
  32. Morocco denies bribe allegations over 1998 World Cup bid
  33. Sharp Nadal returns to form for Stuttgart title
  34. US plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, Eastern Europe - source - Reuters
  35. South African judge orders Sudan's president detained - Chron.com
  36. Relay for Life pushes beyond early rain showers - Bismarck Tribune
  37. Financial Scams Targeting The Elderly ! - Empire State Tribune
  38. Trials show aspirin slows breast cancer - The Times (subscription)
  39. Tests show South Korean in Slovakia probably does not have MERS - Reuters
  40. Genes of brain-eating tribe members shine light on prion protection - UPI.com
  41. Mobile app helps save cardiac arrest victims - 13WMAZ
  42. Health Officials Urge Florida Beachgoers to Take Precautions Against Flesh ... - TravelPulse
  43. Russia 'could expose British agents to its allies after Snowden files cracked' - Telegraph.co.uk
  44. US plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, Eastern Europe - source - Reuters
  45. Bush prepares to enter crowded, combative GOP field - USA TODAY
  46. At least nine dead in Georgia flooding, zoo animals escape - Channel 4 News
  47. Drone Shows Power Plant Were NY Prison Worker, Escapees Planned to Meet - ABC News
  48. Comet lander Philae awakes from hibernation - Fox News
  49. Hillary Clinton backs Nancy Pelosi over Obama on trade - CNN
  50. Body recovered on Mount Rainier believed to be missing climber - OregonLive.com
  51. Panic as flesh-eating bacteria invades Florida beaches - News Quench
  52. The True Significance of Flibanserin's 'Modest' Boost To Female Sexual Desire - Forbes
  53. Relay for Life pushes beyond early rain showers - Bismarck Tribune
  54. Over 5000 senior citizens treated for abuse and neglec - Jerusalem Post Israel News
  55. Trials show aspirin slows breast cancer - The Times (subscription)
  56. Tests show South Korean in Slovakia probably does not have MERS - Reuters
  57. Eating dead relatives' brains stops dementia, British and Papua New Guinea ... - Metro
  58. Mobile app helps save cardiac arrest victims - 13WMAZ
  59. 'Jurassic World' Stomps Its Way to Global Box-Office Record - Wall Street Journal
  60. What next for Philae, the comet lander that refuses to die? - CNN
  61. 2 Men Charged After Gun Goes off in Posh NYC Hotel; 4 Hurt - ABC News
  62. The Latest on prison escape: Every lead checked, Cuomo says - Washington Post
  63. Animals Escape Zoo After Flash Flood - ABC News
  64. Bush's pre-announcement party Sunday includes logo unveiling, online video - Fox News
  65. The Latest: Clinton Says Obama Must Work With Dems on Trade - ABC News
  66. Froome sends Tour warning with Dauphine win
  67. US plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, Eastern Europe - source - Reuters Canada
  68. Tests show South Korean in Slovakia probably does not have MERS - Reuters
  69. Relay for Life pushes beyond early rain showers - Bismarck Tribune
  70. Ebola could hit again and we would hardly do better: MSF - Reuters
  71. Trials show aspirin slows breast cancer - The Times (subscription)
  72. Eating dead relatives' brains stops dementia, British and Papua New Guinea ... - Metro
  73. Mobile app helps save cardiac arrest victims - 13WMAZ
  74. The True Significance of Flibanserin's 'Modest' Boost To Female Sexual Desire - Forbes
  75. Beachgoers in Florida Warned About Deadly Bacteria - Times Gazette
  76. Lorenzo cuts Rossi's MotoGP lead to one point
  77. Blatter may seek to stay as FIFA boss, source tells Swiss paper
  78. New York City FC win second straight, top Montreal
  79. Vermette goal puts Chicago one win from Cup
  80. World Cup joy for Brazil and England, but France shocked
  81. Cavaliers mull over possible Game Five tweaks
  82. Tests show South Korean in Slovakia probably does not have MERS
  83. UPDATE 1-U.S. Republican Christie backs 'coalition of the willing' for Iraq
  84. U.S. Republican Christie backs 'coalition of the willing' for Iraq
  85. AIRSHOW-Pratt & Whitney eyes 500-plus engine orders at Paris Airshow
  86. The voice of opposition past, Justice Kennedy may save Obamacare now
  87. Hulkenberg wins Le Mans in Porsche one-two
  88. Le Mans is McDream come true for Dempsey
  89. Bluebird Bio's sickle cell gene therapy working for French boy
  90. Christian Monks, Students Refuse to Flee 4th-Century Monastery Near ISIS-Controlled Mosul; 'God Protects Us'
  91. Kurds Pay Tribute to American Keith Broomfield Who Died Fighting ISIS; Line Streets for Funeral Procession, Vow Revenge for Death
  92. 1,500-Y-O Christian Church Discovered on Road Near Jerusalem; Experts Say Site Was an Area of 'Intense Activity'
  93. Vatican Creates Tribunal to Try Bishops Who Failed to Stop Sexual Abuse by Priests
  94. The voice of opposition past, Justice Kennedy may save Obamacare now
  95. Hospital at center of South Korea's MERS suspends services; seven new cases
  96. Ebola could hit again and we would hardly do better: MSF
  97. South Korea reports seven new cases of MERS, brings total to 145
  98. Bratislava hospital tests South Korean man in suspected MERS case
  99. Ebola could hit again and we would hardly do better: MSF
  100. WHO calls emergency meeting on 'large, complex' South Korea MERS outbreak
  101. UPDATE 2-Hospital at centre of South Korea's MERS suspends services; 7 new cases
  102. UPDATE 1-AIRSHOW-Jet engine maker CFM vows to meet output goals
  103. 'Jurassic World' makes movie history with $204.6 million, second-biggest US ... - Los Angeles Times
  104. Dallas police headquarters shooting suspect had violent history - Fox News
  105. US plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, E.Europe - source - Reuters
  106. Terrifying flesh-eating bacteria invades Florida beaches - National Monitor
  107. The True Significance of Flibanserin's 'Modest' Boost To Female Sexual Desire - Forbes
  108. Panic as synthetic marijuana users flood into poison centers - National Monitor
  109. Mobile app helps save cardiac arrest victims - CBS News
  110. Trials show aspirin slows breast cancer - The Times (subscription)
  111. Skin cancer: An epidemic or case of better diagnosis? - Vancouver Sun
  112. Ebola could hit again and we would hardly do better: MSF - Reuters
  113. Tests show South Korean in Slovakia probably does not have MERS - Reuters
  114. Monica Grady: I hugged taxi driver when I heard Philae news - BBC News
  115. New York prison escapee turns 35 on ninth day of manhunt - Reuters
  116. AIRSHOW-CFM sees lower orders after record 2014, LEAP engine on track
  117. High salt in high-fat diet found to prevent weight gain in mice
  118. Milk proteins may protect against cardiovascular disease
  119. Hormone that differentiates sugar, diet sweeteners could exist in humans
  120. Large doses of antioxidants may be harmful to neuronal stem cells
  121. Vitamin D supplements may benefit children with kidney disease
  122. Report: one in four Baltimore residents live in a food desert
  123. School Garden Brings Local Foods, Agriculture Education into Studentsí Lives
  124. Jeb Bush opens up about his 'wandering' years - Washington Post
  125. Clinton campaign embraces new 'Genius' technology - CNN
  126. 12 People Dead as Freed Zoo Animals Roam Through Flooding in Tbilisi - ABC News
  127. New York prison break: Dogs pick up escapees' scent about mile from prison - CNN
  128. Razor-edge US Congress vote to decide fate of Obama Pacific trade pact - Reuters
  129. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on June 12
  130. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on June 12
  131. BRIEF-IBA and Philips to introduce proton therapy in India
  132. REFILE-UPDATE 1-South Korea seals off two MERS hospitals; worst may be over
  133. Judge orders Blazer's plea agreement unsealed
  134. Warriors top Cavaliers, take command of NBA Finals
  135. Fearless Bolt says will silence Gatlin in Beijing
  136. Stunning Ruling by Cleveland Judge in Death of Tamir Rice - ABC News
  137. Hackers nabbed data on every federal employee, union claims - Fox News
  138. Massachusetts man kills himself with chemical gas, sending 11 to hospital - Fox News
  139. Peanuts could protect against cancer - Stuff.co.nz
  140. Underage drinking declining across the country - STLtoday.com
  141. Possible link between antacid tablets and risk of heart attack - Irish Times
  142. Study Shows College Rape Prevention Program Could Cut Risk In Half - Huffington Post
  143. Drug to check cholesterol gets FDA panel nod - Times of India
  144. Avian flu outbreak drives egg prices up - Andalusia Star-News
  145. REFILE-UPDATE 1-South Korea seals off two MERS hospitals; worst may be over - Reuters
  146. Today: All in the (Fox) Family. Dodgers Save Key Player. - Los Angeles Times
  147. Country singer Randy Howard shot, killed after shootout with bounty hunter: cops - Toronto Sun
  148. Man Allegedly Linked to Boston Terror Suspect Usaama Rahim Arrested ... - ABC News
  149. US cyber espionage: Hackers have personnel data of every gov't employee ... - The Indian Express
  150. House takes key steps toward 'fast-track' vote on Friday - Reuters
  151. Stunning Ruling by Cleveland Judge in Death of Tamir Rice - ABC News
  152. New York prison break: Dogs pick up escapees' scent about mile from prison - CNN
  153. South Korea reports four new cases of MERS, total 126
  154. Rupert Murdoch Positions Sons to Lead 21st Century Fox - Wall Street Journal
  155. Bird flu sends egg prices flying - Grand Forks Herald
  156. Movie Producer Seeks Cure for Daughters With Degenerative Brain Disease - ABC News
  157. Peanut health benefits 'remarkable' - Irish Examiner
  158. Underage drinking declining across the country - STLtoday.com
  159. Possible link between antacid tablets and risk of heart attack - Irish Times
  160. Study Shows College Rape Prevention Program Could Cut Risk In Half - Huffington Post
  161. Drug to check cholesterol gets FDA panel nod - Times of India
  162. Seven injured trying to save man from possible suicide by chemical gas - Boston.com
  163. Third man arrested in connection with Boston beheading plot - Fox News
  164. What Chicago Democrats tell us about President Obama's problems on trade - Washington Post
  165. Judge: Probable cause to charge Cleveland officers in Tamir Rice case - CNN
  166. New York prison break: Dogs pick up escapees' scent about mile from prison - CNN
  167. Hackers nabbed data on every federal employee, union claims - Fox News
  168. Peanut health benefits 'remarkable' - Irish Examiner
  169. Concern Grows Over MERS Outbreak and the Super Spreader - ABC News
  170. Some acid-reflux drugs' safety questioned - The Seattle Times
  171. Study Shows College Rape Prevention Program Could Cut Risk In Half - Huffington Post
  172. Drug to check cholesterol gets FDA panel nod - Times of India
  173. Concerns grow in Florida over deadly bacteria - WPBF West Palm Beach
  174. Bird sales restricted in Ky. in response to avian flu outbreak - WKYT
  175. Thailand win first World Cup game, help make up for thrashing
  176. Shin seizes one-shot lead at Women's PGA
  177. Improved putting helps Palmer into share of Memphis lead
  178. Wang lifts China to win over Netherlands
  179. Fox Sports sets up for long game in U.S. women's soccer
  180. Sizzling Langer two ahead at Senior Players
  181. Norway fight hard to earn 1-1 draw with Germany
  182. Chinese Zhang upstages high jump favorites in Oslo
  183. Bullied kids are more likely to be depressed years later
  184. FDA panel backs approval of GSK asthma drug in adults
  185. ISIS Prisoner Forced to Dig His Own Grave Before He's Shot Execution Style
  186. Pakistan Hangs Christian Man Tortured Into Confessing to Triple Murder as a 15-Y-O
  187. Lilly shares sizzle as investors await Alzheimer's data
  188. South Korea reports four new cases of MERS, total 126
  189. Weight tied to breast cancer risk in older women
  190. Watchdog accuses FDA of wrongly expanding Vanda sleep drug use
  191. U.S. lawmakers to examine worst-ever bird flu outbreak
  192. City bikeshare programs may make commuters more active
  193. Lilly shares sizzle as investors await Alzheimer's data
  194. Investment banker to cooperate in insider trading case -court papers
  195. Watchdog accuses U.S. FDA of wrongly expanding Vanda sleep drug use
  196. Study sees success in training women to prevent rape - The Nation
  197. Drug to check cholesterol gets FDA panel nod - Times of India
  198. Flesh-eating Bacteria Returns To Florida Beaches As Weather Warms - Tech Times
  199. Officials say bird flu is headed to North Carolina - myfox8.com
  200. Movie Producer Seeks Cure for Daughters With Degenerative Brain Disease - ABC News
  201. Researchers to kids: Drink more water - USA TODAY
  202. Nuts not peanut butter - nutcase - Times LIVE
  203. Woman knew she'd beaten MERS when doctors stopped using biohazard suits - CNN
  204. Aurora Theater Shooter's Ex-Girlfriend Asked Him to See a Therapist - People Magazine
  205. China's ex-security chief Zhou Yongkang jailed for life at secret trial - Sydney Morning Herald
  206. UPDATE 1-U.S. lawmakers to examine worst-ever bird flu outbreak
  207. UPDATE 1-Illinois governor rejects possibility of temporary budget
  208. RPT-Deadly delay: Long ER waits aggravate South Korea MERS spread
  209. UPDATE 1-FDA panel backs approval of GSK asthma drug in adults
  210. FDA panel backs approval of GSK asthma drug in adults
  211. Hackers nabbed data on every federal employee, union claims - Fox News
  212. House takes key steps toward 'fast-track' vote on Friday - Reuters
  213. 1 Dead, at Least 7 Others Hospitalized in Lowell, Massachusetts, Hazmat Incident - NECN
  214. Samantha Cristoforetti: Six things to do when bored in space - BBC News
  215. Sources: Scent picked up, wrappers found in hunt for escaped killers - CNN
  216. Murdoch plans to step down as CEO of 21st Century Fox - USA TODAY
  217. CORRECTED-Deaths from synthetic marijuana use rising sharply in U.S. - CDC
  218. U.S. jury clears Pfizer in second trial over Zoloft
  219. TRLPC: CPPIB creates mid-market powerhouse with GE unit buy
  220. Patients often misplace blame for lower back pain
  221. U.S. jury clears Pfizer in second trial over Zoloft
  222. Jeb Bush: Kids of single parents face 'huge challenge' - CNN
  223. China's disgraced security chief jailed for life after secret corruption trial - Washington Post
  224. Teen Allegedly Admits Radicalizing Others to Join ISIS - ABC News
  225. Fla. health officials warn on 'flesh-eating' bacteria - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  226. Pregnant women may be unaware of possible e-cigarette risks - Fox News
  227. In-Depth Analysis of Amgen Cholesterol Drug Favored by FDA Panel - Pharmacy Times
  228. Study of Canadian University Women Shows Training Program Reduced Risk of ... - TIME
  229. Elective C-Section Could Risk Kids' Long-Term Health - MedPage Today
  230. Celebrities Rally to Help Producer Find Cure for His Daughters' Rare Brain ... - People Magazine
  231. Eating nuts, peanuts daily could lower risk of death, study finds - Fox News
  232. How Authorities Are Trying to Stop the Deadly MERS Outbreak - ABC News
  233. Despite recruitment struggle, Pentagon confident 'Sunnis will come to them' this ... - Fox News
  234. China corruption: Life term for ex-security chief Zhou - BBC News
  235. Manhunt focuses on prison area; Philly tip discredited - USA TODAY
  236. Murdoch plans to step down as CEO of 21st Century Fox - USA TODAY
  237. The Results Are In: Judging the 2015 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge
  238. Proposed Obamacare 2016 premiums rise 5.8 pct in 7 states, D.C. -study
  239. BRIEF-Crossject gives details of new buyback programme
  240. Nadal battles past Baghdatis in Stuttgart
  241. Bystanders who do CPR save lives; cell phones can help find them
  242. Lee's great roles too numerous to Count - USA TODAY
  243. Va. teenager pleads guilty in trying to help ISIS - Christian Science Monitor
  244. Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders: Media are inept and GOP agenda is ... - Los Angeles Times
  245. Tougher tobacco laws now in effect in Cambridge - Wicked Local Cambridge
  246. Health officials warn of 'rare' flesh-eating bacteria in Florida - WPXI Pittsburgh
  247. US experts urge approval of second cholesterol drug - CTV News
  248. Sexual-assault program cut rape rate in half - CBC.ca
  249. Celebrities and crowdfunding aid Hollywood family devastated by rare disease - CNN
  250. A handful of nuts per day could cut your risk of death: study - New York Daily News