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  1. Tyson Gay signs up with sprint guru Smith in LA
  2. Suicide bombers strike rebel-linked mosques in Yemen - Washington Post
  3. Share “Interior Department issues new rules for...” - NewsOK.com
  4. Iran says time ripe for West to choose between pressure and deal - Xinhua
  5. Ring of light: Total solar eclipse across Arctic, clouds mar Europe's fun - Hindustan Times
  6. Officer Shoots Man After Rampage at Louisiana Airport - NBCNews.com
  7. Adrenaline junkie Hoffmann getting his kicks at Bay Hill
  8. Rand to Hillary: Return Money From 'Worst Abusers of Women's Rights in the ... - Bloomberg
  9. Colorado Woman Admits Cutting Fetus From Stranger's Womb: Court Documents - Huffington Post
  10. Tunisians defy extremists to celebrate independence - Irish Times
  11. Trifecta: Spring Equinox, Solar Eclipse and Super Moon - azcentral.com
  12. US, French leaders urge Iran to narrow gaps in nuke talks - Xinhua
  13. Colorado woman admits cutting fetus from stranger's womb: court papers - Reuters
  14. Carnage claimed by ISIS deepens Yemen's wounds - The Daily Star
  15. Raonic stuns Nadal, will face Federer in semis
  16. Hoffmann leads by three, McIlroy lurking
  17. New fracking rules draw industry lawsuit, congressional ire - Houston Chronicle
  18. US, French leaders urge Iran to narrow gaps in nuke talks - Xinhua
  19. Obama administration tightens federal rules on oil and gas fracking - Washington Post
  20. Mississippi Hanging Death Raises Lynching Specter - Voice of America
  21. Trifecta: Spring Equinox, Solar Eclipse and Super Moon - azcentral.com
  22. Suicide attacks at Yemen mosques kill more than 100 - Irish Times
  23. AP News - Attack on pregnant lady complex by abortion politics - Chronicle Bulletin
  24. Mississippi Hanging Death Raises Lynching Specter - Voice of America
  25. Texas Judge in Robert Durst 2003 Murder Trial Believes 'Jinx' Recording Will Be ... - ABC News
  26. Benghazi Panel Asks Clinton To Hand Over Her Email Server
  27. Suicide bombers strike rebel-linked mosques in Yemen - Washington Post
  28. From Selma To Eisenhower, Trailblazing Black Reporter Was Always Probing
  29. Episode 612: The Indicator Strikes Back
  30. Basketball: Fenerbahce storm into playoffs as Olympiakos slip up
  31. Monsanto weed killer can 'probably' cause cancer: World Health Organization
  32. CNN's 'Finding Jesus' Inspires Sunday Sermons at Toronto Church; 'We're Very Impressed,' Says Pastor
  33. Solar eclipse shines on Ireland despite cloudy weather - Irish Times
  34. Oil and gas industry groups sue over US fracking rules - Reuters
  35. Brady considers vacant congress seat - Quad City Times
  36. Obama accuses Republicans of holding Lynch nomination 'hostage' - Reuters
  37. Facebook post eerily predicted brutal Colorado fetus theft in January - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  38. Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic welcomed by 'snowfall' on the first day of Spring - Benchmark Reporter
  39. Total solar eclipse, supermoon, equinox: Friday's celestial triple play - Fox News
  40. IS claims bombing attacks killing 137 in Yemen - Xinhua
  41. 'Still The King': A Tribute To An Icon Of Western Swing
  42. Record Number Of Stranded Sea Lion Pups Strains California Resources
  43. US STOCKS-Wall St rises on Nike, lower dollar; Nasdaq hits 15-yr high
  44. J&J's Janssen scores partial victory in second Risperdal trial
  45. J&J's Janssen scores partial victory in second Risperdal trial
  46. 'Life Is Miserable in Pakistan' — Activist and Friend of Shahbaz Bhatti Says Blasphemy Laws, Anti-West Sentiment Provoke Christian Persecution
  47. Black man found hanging in Mississippi: Why this story haunts the nation - Los Angeles Times
  48. Obama administration unveils new fracking rules - USA TODAY
  49. Obama On Loretta Lynch: 'You Don't Hold Attorney General Nominees Hostage' - Huffington Post
  50. Gowdy asks Clinton to turn over email server for review - Houston Chronicle
  51. In Move From Web To TV, 'Childrens Hospital' Could Set An Example
  52. John Urschel, Ravens Offensive Lineman, Publishes Math Paper
  53. Scientists Urge Temporary Moratorium On Human Genome Edits
  54. Listeners' Right To Context In A Right-To-Work Story
  55. March Madness 2015: Winners And Losers
  56. Fourth-Graders Get Rough Lesson In Politics
  57. Renewed Fighting Creates Setback For Myanmar's Efforts To End Civil War
  58. US STOCKS-Wall St rises on Nike, lower dollar; snaps 3-week string of losses
  59. Church of England to Invest Close to $1,000,000 to Help Christians Reconcile Beliefs With Science
  60. U.S. abortion politics snag effort to fix doctors' Medicare pay
  61. Path to breast cancer care differs by race, ethnicity
  62. Federer eases into semis at Indian Wells
  63. Germany follows France into F1 pits
  64. A-Rod cousin to drop not-guilty plea in baseball doping scandal
  65. UPDATE 2-Liberia reports first new case of Ebola in weeks
  66. U.S. abortion politics snag effort to fix doctors' Medicare pay
  67. Adviser: Next 3 Months Crucial To Preventing Starvation On Vanuatu
  68. Interior Department Issues New Federal Rules On 'Fracking'
  69. White House: Obamas not mystery buyers of 'Magnum, PI' home - Fox News
  70. Rep. Aaron Schock's resignation spurs criminal investigation - The Week Magazine
  71. Attack on pregnant woman complicated by abortion politics - Washington Times
  72. Critics blast new Obama regs for fracking on federal lands - Fox News
  73. US House Speaker Boehner to visit Israel - Reuters
  74. Solar Eclipse 2015: First Spring-time eclipse in three centuries declared a 'partial ... - mirror.co.uk
  75. Yemen: Bombs kill 137 at mosques; ISIS purportedly lays claim - CNN
  76. 'Robert Durst stood me up' - Chron.com
  77. Far Out! Here's How Solar Eclipse Looked to Astronauts on ISS - NBCNews.com
  78. For The Love Of Pork: Antibiotic Use On Farms Skyrockets Worldwide
  79. A Latino History of Hip-Hop: Part 1
  80. NPR Bestsellers: Week Of March 19, 2015
  81. NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Fiction, Week Of March 19, 2015
  82. NPR Bestsellers: Hardcover Nonfiction, Week Of March 19, 2015
  83. NPR Bestsellers: Paperback Fiction, Week Of March 19, 2015
  84. NPR Bestsellers: Paperback Nonfiction, Week Of March 19, 2015
  85. Fitch Maintains Baxter International on Rating Watch Negative
  86. European companies and watchdog warn against excessive EU patent fees
  87. Coping style may contribute to stress in parents of preemies
  88. John Boehner and House delegation to visit Israel, Netanyahu - MiamiHerald.com
  89. Yemen: Bombs kill 135 at mosques; ISIS purportedly lays claim - CNN
  90. Budget Reconciliation Explained Through Chutes And Ladders
  91. Some California winemakers accused of letting arsenic into products - amNY
  92. Source: Rep. Schock, who has resigned, under investigation for possible ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  93. Trey Gowdy to Hillary Clinton lawyer: Turn over server to third party - Politico
  94. Republicans are losing their minds over the government's new fracking regulations - Salon
  95. Deadlocked Iran nuclear talks break off, to resume next week - Reuters
  96. Wireless Sensors Help Scientists Map Staph Spread Inside Hospital
  97. Why Los Angeles' Fast Food Ban Did Nothing To Check Obesity
  98. BRIEF-Ab Science's Masitinib receives orphan drug designation for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis from FDA
  99. BRIEF-Voxel FY 2014 net result swings to loss of 3.4 mln zlotys
  100. Cattle parasite study points to possible way to fight malaria
  101. Liberia reports first Ebola case in weeks
  102. Sierra Leoneans halt genital mutilation amid Ebola fears: UK minister
  103. Eleven Bulgarian weightlifters test positive for steroids
  104. Ex-NFL star Sharper charged with rape in Las Vegas
  105. Hoffmann still leads, Every and McIlroy challenging
  106. BRIEF-Synektik FY 2014 net income falls to 3.6 mln zlotys
  107. Study measures the foul smell of fat bias
  108. Eclipse of the sun wows viewers from earth and from space - U-T San Diego
  109. Robert Durst held without cause, demands hearing on gun charges, lawyer says - NOLA.com
  110. Bloodied UVA student may not have been intoxicated when arrested - Mashable
  111. ISIS claims credit for twin suicide attacks in Yemen that reportedly killed more ... - Fox News
  112. HEAR IT: Woman calls 911 after attacker cuts fetus from womb - New York Daily News
  113. Obama administration unveils fracking rules for federal lands - San Francisco Chronicle
  114. Monica Lewinsky's TED Talk: Can it help combat cyberbullying? - Christian Science Monitor
  115. In 'Redeployment,' Former Marine Explores The Challenges Of Coming Home
  116. 'Seymour': A Loving Portrait Of An Acclaimed Classical Pianist
  117. Some Anxiety, But No Slowdown For North Dakota Oil Boom Town
  118. Peter Diamandis, Founder Of The XPrize Foundation
  119. More than 130 dead in blasts at Shiite mosques in Yemen - USA TODAY
  120. #NPRreads: From Supreme Court Justice To The Notorious R.B.G.
  121. Iran, Shiite Militias Bigger Threat To Iraq's Stability Than ISIS, Petraeus Says
  122. Boehner Plans Trip To Israel
  123. Cattle parasite study points to possible way to fight malaria
  124. US STOCKS-Wall St rises on Nike, lower dollar; set to snap 3 weeks of losses
  125. Thunder's Durant out indefinitely with foot problem
  126. FIA confirms German GP dropped from 2015 F1 calendar
  127. Should patients remind health workers to wash their hands?
  128. Nuclear negotiators take break after trading greetings on Persian new year - Washington Post
  129. Eclipse thrills on remote Arctic islands, clouds mar for some - GMA News
  130. Robert Durst questioned for 3 hours without attorney: lawyer - New York Daily News
  131. Bloodied UVA student may not have been intoxicated when arrested - Mashable
  132. Tunisians remember victims of museum attack at holiday rallies - Los Angeles Times
  133. Obama administration tightens federal rules on oil and gas fracking - Washington Post
  134. Feds taking a look at Aaron Schock's spending - MSNBC
  135. Fresh Air Remembers Blues And Jazz Historian Samuel Charters
  136. Nation's Oldest Female Veteran Dies At 108
  137. BRIEF-WSE excludes Euroimplant shares from trade as of April 7
  138. Speaker Boehner to travel to Israel following Netanyahu reelection - Christian Science Monitor
  139. A Cartoonist's Story About The Time He Was Told To 'Lighten Up' A Character
  140. Iran Nuclear Talks On Pause As Deadline Looms
  141. ISIS claims credit for twin suicide attacks in Yemen that reportedly killed more ... - Fox News
  142. Deadlocked Iran nuclear talks break off, to resume next week - Reuters
  143. Interior's new fracking rules get swift GOP backlash - Politico
  144. Solar eclipses offer opportunity for science, as well as for awe and wonder - The Conversation UK
  145. Robert Durst Murder Probe Expands to Other Cities - Chron.com
  146. Attorney: U.Va. student Martese Johnson did not present fake ID, was slammed ... - Stafford County Sun
  147. Let's Get Some Things Straight About Aaron Schock - Huffington Post
  148. Interior Dept. Issues New Fracking Rules For Federal Lands
  149. On 'Dursting': Why Media Prey Go on Camera - Huffington Post
  150. European power grids keep lights on through solar eclipse - Reuters
  151. Beach volleyball to have midnight 'party' matches in Rio
  152. US STOCKS-Wall St rises on Nike, biotechs; set to snap 3-week skid
  153. UPDATE 1-Biogen's Alzheimer's drug slows mental decline in early study
  154. Lebanon seizes half a ton of radioactive sanitary towels
  155. We Experience The World We Infer, Not The World As It Is
  156. Nigeria's President Hopes To Push Back Boko Haram In A Month
  157. 'Remembering Marian McPartland: A Celebration' On Piano Jazz
  158. Nuclear Talks Interrupted by a Death in Iran - Voice of America
  159. UVA council to host dialogue with police on controversial arrest - CNN
  160. Scores Killed in Suicide Bomb Attacks in Yemen - Wall Street Journal
  161. Feds open investigation into Aaron Schock - CBS News
  162. Obama Administration Tightens Rules for Chemical Disclosure - ABC News
  163. US House Speaker John Boehner to visit Netanyahu - BBC News
  164. UPDATE 1-WHO urges mass vaccination against measles, other diseases in Ebola areas
  165. New drugs still out of reach for most in India, world TB hotspot
  166. The White Bronco
  167. The Graveyard Shift
  168. My Father's Keeper
  169. Secret of My Success
  170. US STOCKS-Wall St climbs on Nike, biotech lift
  171. BRIEF-India's Glenmark Pharma says seeking legal advise on court injunction against selling Zita and Zita-Met
  172. BRIEF-Synektik gets subsidy of 354,000 zlotys
  173. UPDATE 1-BofA makes it easier for shareholders to nominate directors
  174. Bolt to run in Rio in April
  175. Biogen's Alzheimer's drug slows mental decline in early study
  176. New drugs still out of reach for most in India, world TB hotspot
  177. Spike in Ebola in Guinea could reflect access to hidden patients
  178. World Cafe Presents: Brandi Carlile
  179. Solar Eclipse Wows Parts Of Europe, Middle East And Russia
  180. The Mynabirds: South X Lullaby
  181. NPR Music At SXSW 2015: Thursday
  182. Spring snowstorm pelts Mid-Atlantic, Northeast - USA TODAY
  183. ISIS claims credit for twin suicide attacks in Yemen that reportedly killed more ... - Fox News
  184. University of Virginia student Martese Johnson's bloody arrest sparks protests - Los Angeles Times
  185. US House Speaker John Boehner to visit Netanyahu - BBC News
  186. Solar eclipse: huge power surge as disappointed Brits headed indoors for a cup ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  187. Iran Delegation Set to Leave Nuclear Talks After Kerry Meeting - Bloomberg
  188. Pop Culture Happy Hour: Nick Hornby's 'Funny Girl' And Adapting Books
  189. Solar Eclipse 2015 Kicks Off a Day of Celestial Events - ABC News
  190. Despite A Wave Of Data Breaches, Fed Says Patient Privacy Isn't Dead
  191. Mosque Attacks In Yemen Kill Dozens
  192. On Happiness Day, 6 Nepalis Tell How To Not Worry And Be Happy
  193. US STOCKS-Wall St set for higher open as Nike provides lift
  194. UPDATE 1-Bayer weighing options for consumer garden products
  195. FIFA to pay clubs $209 million for World Cup 'collaboration'
  196. Majority of Boston-area residents now oppose 2024 Olympic bid: poll
  197. 2026 World Cup hosts to be chosen in 2017: FIFA
  198. Concussions may linger among professional baseball players
  199. UVA Student Martese Johnson Was Using Actual ID, Roommate Says - ABC News
  200. Museum gunmen were trained in Libya, Tunisian official says - The Globe and Mail
  201. Suicide bombers hit two mosques in Yemen, killing 50 - Reuters
  202. Niger troops say find mass grave outside town taken from Boko Haram - Reuters Africa
  203. Amazon wins FAA approval to test delivery drones outdoors - Dallas Morning News
  204. FBI investigating death of black man found hanging from a tree in Mississippi - Salon
  205. Friends praise Chicago college student whose arrest sparked Virginia protests - Chicago Sun-Times
  206. Dozens dead in blasts at Shiite mosques in Yemen - USA TODAY
  207. 30 killed as train derails in northern India - gulfnews.com
  208. Solar eclipse 2015: Incredible pictures show moment of total eclipse in Faroe ... - mirror.co.uk
  209. BRIEF-Chongqing Lummy Pharma revises share private placement plan
  210. US STOCKS-Wall St stock futures rise after pullback
  211. WHO urges mass vaccination against measles, other diseases in Ebola areas
  212. Bayer weighing options for consumer house and garden products
  213. Merck KGaA's deputy chief Oschmann set to become CEO: Manager Magazin
  214. WHO urges mass vaccination against measles, other diseases in Ebola areas
  215. A grisly tale: Fetus cut from womb when woman answers Craigslist ad - CNN
  216. Search For Missing Black Man Leads to Body Hanging in Mississippi Woods - NBCNews.com
  217. Boko Haram attacks Nigerian town, kills 11 returnees in sign of things to come - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  218. Sweden investigating possible bird flu case: agriculture board
  219. FAA gives Amazon limited permission to test delivery drones - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  220. Merck KGaA's deputy chief Oschmann set to become CEO - Manager Magazin
  221. BRIEF-Fuan Pharma gets regulatory approval for assets acquisition
  222. Officers in Tate-Brown death cleared; protest follows - Philly.com
  223. BRIEF-Yabao Pharmaceutical to raise up to 779 mln yuan in private placement
  224. Official: 2 suspects in Tunisia museum attack got weapons training in Libya - CNN
  225. FAA Gives Amazon 'Experimental Airworthiness Certificate' To Test Drones - CBS Local
  226. Britain's UKIP suspends election candidate over allegation of expenses-rigging - Fox News
  227. Supermoon to Eclipse Sun as Spring Comes to Northern Hemisphere - Bloomberg
  228. A pregnant Colorado woman's baby cut from her womb hints at frightening ... - Washington Post
  229. Official: 2 suspects in Tunisia attack got weapons training in Libya - CNN
  230. Supreme Test for Khamenei to Cap Anti-U.S. Career With Deal - Bloomberg
  231. Bloodied UVA Student Martese Johnson Is Left to Ask: ?How Did This Happen?? - Daily Beast
  232. Boko Haram Attacks Nigerian Town, Kills 11 - ABC News
  233. Transcript: NPR's Interview With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
  234. Transcript: NPR's Interview With Chief Palestinian Negotiator Saeb Erekat
  235. Protecting against memory loss with olives
  236. Sensitivity to sweeteners: a modern myth?
  237. Biogen's Alzheimer's drug slows mental decline in early study
  238. BRIEF-TTL 1 and TOTAL FIZ lower its stake in Orphee
  239. BRIEF-Polmed FY 2014 net profit falls to 2.3 mln zlotys
  240. Passenger train derails in northern India, killing 26 and injuring 30 others - Fox News
  241. Tropical Cyclone Pam: Rescue teams remove over 100kg of asbestos from Port ... - ABC Online
  242. A pregnant Colorado woman's baby cut from her womb hints at frightening ... - Washington Post
  243. 'Breathtaking' solar eclipse witnessed by millions - BBC News
  244. Heartbroken Tunisia to mark independence day - CNN International
  245. Obama urges Iran to grasp 'historic' chance in nuclear deal - Ynetnews
  246. Palestinian Negotiator On Netanyahu And A Palestinian State
  247. Denmark's GN Store Nord initiates 500 mln DKK buyback
  248. REFILE-UPDATE 1-Ireland's Malin raises up to 330 million euros in IPO
  249. BRIEF- Selvita FY 2014 net result swings to profit of 5.9 million zlotys
  250. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on March 20