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  1. Carjacking Victim Details 'Most Difficult Decision' of His Life - Boston.com
  2. US healthcare worker with Ebola arrives at NIH for treatment - Reuters
  3. UPDATE 1-TPG Capital-owned Par Pharmaceutical files for IPO
  4. Secret Service agents disrupted bomb probe - Columbus Dispatch
  5. Abu Dhabi crash will never happen again: Kaymer
  6. Michigan man faces up to 15 years in prison for soccer referee's death
  7. Julian Assange case: Sweden U-turn on questioning - BBC News
  8. Behold! The Cosmos Created From The Contents Of A Kitchen
  9. The (Million-Dollar) Value of Great Teaching
  10. A Girl, A Shoe, A Prince: The Endlessly Evolving Cinderella
  11. Atlantic Coast Conference Mascots Face Off Without Otto The Orange
  12. Obama says 'no excuse' for shooting of police in Ferguson during 'Kimmel ... - Fox News
  13. ISIS accepts Boko Haram's pledge of allegiance - New York Daily News
  14. Carjack victim describes ride with Boston bombers - Mohave Valley News
  15. Immigrants spared from deportation arrested in sweep - Tribune-Review
  16. Oscar Pistorius's bid to stop appeal against culpable homicide verdict rejected ... - ABC Online
  17. Par Pharmaceutical files for IPO
  18. Does NCAA Ban On Paying Student Athletes Violate Federal Law?
  19. China drug approval backlog jumped by a third last year
  20. BRIEF-Feelgood Svenska signs deal with Uppsala University
  21. Government 'not serious' about improving Britain's diet
  22. Kenneth Branagh Directs Live-Action Version Of 'Cinderella' For Disney
  23. Report: Home Raided After Ferguson 'Ambush' - Voice of America
  24. China drug approval backlog jumped by a third last year
  25. Program ups fruit and veggie consumption in California
  26. Utah's Governor Signs LGBT Anti-Discrimination Bill
  27. Ferguson Needs To Be Model For Systemic Change, Professor Says
  28. Shooting Of 2 Police Officers Ratchets Up Anxiety In Ferguson
  29. India's Prime Minister Makes A Swing Through Indian Ocean Nations
  30. Documentary Spotlights 'Wrecking Crew' Behind Hits of '60s, '70s
  31. Obama Reads Mean Tweets on 'Kimmel,' Talks Ferguson - NBCNews.com
  32. Secret Service agents nearly drove over 'suspicious package' in investigation ... - Fox News
  33. Islamic State group accepts Boko Haram pledge of allegiance - Chron.com
  34. Growing Number Of Indians Who Moved To U.S. Decide To Return Home
  35. More weight-loss strategies needed for people with neurological disabilities
  36. North Korea Fires 7 Missiles into Sea - NDTV
  37. Julian Assange case: Sweden U-turn on questioning - BBC News
  38. Secret Service agents disrupted bomb investigation at White House, officials say - Philly.com
  39. Salt affects organs
  40. Here's how President Obama responded to the shooting of two Ferguson police ... - Washington Post
  41. Islamic State says it has accepted Boko Haram's pledge of allegiance - The Globe and Mail
  42. Ferguson keeps calm night after shooting of police officers - Fox News
  43. 'We Knew Things Were Different For Us': Heems On Rap, Race And Identity
  44. Mayweather, Pacquiao Will Brawl For Boxing's Richest Purse Ever
  45. 2 Israeli Candidates Struggle With Nation's Uncertain Future
  46. Mexico Takes Out Cartel Heads, But Crime Continues To Climb
  47. Judge Scraps Defense Challenge to Pistorius Conviction Appeal - Bloomberg
  48. Fog Delays Recovery in Military Helicopter Crash - ABC News
  49. North Korea fires missiles into sea again, South says - MiamiHerald.com
  50. Veteran Alaska musher first to reach Iditarod halfway point
  51. UPDATE 1-GE delivers 34 turbines to Egypt, to invest $200 mln
  52. GE says it has delivered 34 gas turbines to Egypt
  53. GE to invest $200 mln in Egypt manufacturing facility
  54. Swedish prosecutors seek to question Assange in London - Reuters
  55. Former Security Guard Reflects On What He Lost One Fateful Night
  56. BRIEF-Weifa to spin-off B2B business
  57. BRIEF-Evotec, Second Genome agree microbiome collaboration
  58. Manhunt for shooting suspects grinds on in Ferguson, Missouri - Reuters
  59. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on March 13
  60. BRIEF-Zealand Pharma Q4 operating loss widens to DKK 68.0 mln
  61. BRIEF-Haemato FY 2014 revenue up 16 pct to 202.67 mln euros
  62. BRIEF-Oxford Biomedica FY revenue excluding grants 13.6 mln stg vs 5.4 mln stg
  63. German stocks - Factors to watch on March 13
  64. India, U.S. researchers clash over swine flu strain mutation
  65. South Korea confirms 2018 snowboarding/freestyle venue
  66. India, U.S. researchers clash over swine flu strain mutation
  67. Fraternity probe broadens amid more claims of racism - MiamiHerald.com
  68. ISIS accepts Boko Haram's allegiance pledge - Fox News
  69. Secret Service agents disrupted bomb investigation at White House, officials say - Philly.com
  70. Tsarnaev Carjacking Victim Recalls Harrowing Ride, Making the 'Most Difficult ... - New York Magazine
  71. On Kimmel, Obama Talks Kanye, UFOs, Mean Tweets ... and Ferguson - New York Magazine
  72. Death toll hits 7 in collapse of Bangladesh cement factory - seattlepi.com
  73. North Korea Fires Seven Missiles Into East Sea, South Korea Says - NBCNews.com
  74. Secret Service agents may have run over explosive: report - New York Daily News
  75. Another SAE frat chapter accused of slurs - WPTZ The Champlain Valley
  76. African states want UN trust fund for Boko Haram force - Reuters Africa
  77. Subdued Night in Ferguson as Manhunt for Shooter Continues - ABC News
  78. BRIEF-Crossject FY net loss widens to 4.3 mln euros
  79. BRIEF-Cosmo Pharmaceuticals: final results of withdrawal process and execution modalities
  80. BRIEF-GSK raises $853 mln via partial sale of Aspen Pharmacare shares
  81. BRIEF-Cytos Biotechnology says Higher Court of Canton of Zurich approves convertible bond conversion
  82. Tsarnaev Carjacking Victim Recalls Harrowing Ride, Making the 'Most Difficult ... - New York Magazine
  83. Obama banters with Kimmel, reflects on Ferguson - Sacramento Bee
  84. Disney sets 'Frozen' sequel; shareholder proposals nixed - Charlotte Observer
  85. IS Leader Accepts Loyalty Pledge By Boko Haram Militants - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
  86. Boston Bombing Trial: Tsarnaev's Carjacking Victim Dun Meng Testifies Of Ordeal - International Business Times
  87. Gate-crashing agents make 4 Secret Service scandals in 3 years - CNN
  88. Attorneys: The First Amendment protects racists, too - NewsOK.com
  89. Police hunt suspects after officers shot in Ferguson - Reuters
  90. Italy - Factors to watch on March 13
  91. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - March 13
  92. Measles cases seen almost doubling in Ebola epidemic countries - Reuters
  93. Oklahoma football players denounce Sigma Alpha Epsilon - New York Daily News
  94. Protests Continue in Ferguson After Police Officers Are Shot - NBCNews.com
  95. The Best Quotes From Obama's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Appearance - Bustle
  96. Boston Bombers' Hostage Recounts Escape - Daily Beast
  97. Secret Service agents drove car through White House crime scene after party - The Week Magazine
  98. African states want UN trust fund for Boko Haram force - Reuters
  99. Police fatally shoot man found on subway tunnel tracks in DC - Washington Post
  100. Protests Continue in Ferguson After Police Officers Are Shot - NBCNews.com
  101. Oklahoma football players denounce Sigma Alpha Epsilon - New York Daily News
  102. President Obama reads mean tweets on Jimmy Kimmel - New York Daily News
  103. Secret Service agents drove car through White House crime scene after party - The Week Magazine
  104. African states want UN trust fund for Boko Haram force - Reuters
  105. Police fatally shoot man found on subway tunnel tracks in DC - Washington Post
  106. Boston Bombers' Hostage Recounts Escape - Daily Beast
  107. African states want UN trust fund for Boko Haram force - Reuters
  108. Tsarnaev Carjacking Victim Recalls Harrowing Ride, Making the 'Most Difficult ... - New York Magazine
  109. DC transit police: Officer fatally shoots man in Metro - USA TODAY
  110. Police hunt suspects after officers shot in Ferguson - Reuters
  111. NIH To Admit, Treat Another Ebola Patient Friday - CBS Local
  112. Whale slams boat in Mexico, killing Canadian tourist - USA TODAY
  113. Oklahoma football players denounce Sigma Alpha Epsilon - New York Daily News
  114. Another American with Ebola will be flown to NIH in Bethesda - Washington Post
  115. IS Accepts Boko Haram Pledge of Allegiance - ABC News
  116. What happened the night of the Secret Service crash? - CNN
  117. Tennessee Senate votes to ban powdered alcohol sales - The Tennessean
  118. Police hunt suspects after officers shot in Ferguson, Missouri - Reuters
  119. Lawmakers in Northwest eye new vaccine proposals after bill defeats
  120. Kathy Griffin quits 'Fashion Police' after seven weeks - Los Angeles Times
  121. Netanyahu paints doomsday scenario to woo vote as Likud lags - Chicago Tribune
  122. Islamic State Group Accepts Boko Haram Allegiance - Voice of America
  123. Carjacking Victim Details 'Most Difficult Decision' of His Life - Boston.com
  124. Secret Service agents nearly drove over 'suspicious package' in investigation ... - Fox News
  125. Texas Ends Contract With Group That Has Run Alamo For More Than A Century
  126. Architect Michael Graves Dies At 80
  127. Genetics study seeks South Asian health clues in East London
  128. PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - March 13
  129. Rushing king Murray leaves Dallas for rival Eagles
  130. State lawmakers looking to legalize powdered alcohol - KOMO News
  131. Israeli parties' stance on Palestinians - DAWN.com
  132. More children at risk of measles in wake of Ebola epidemic - Sacramento Bee
  133. Carjacking Victim Details 'Most Difficult Decision' of His Life - Boston.com
  134. Secret Service agents nearly drove over 'suspicious package' in investigation ... - Fox News
  135. Police hunt for suspects after officers shot in Missouri city - Reuters
  136. Rushing leader Murray leaves Cowboys for rival Eagles
  137. No pressure a key for French Open success, says Djokovic
  138. ISIL and Boko Haram just allied—what's next for Nigeria? - Quartz
  139. Genetics study seeks South Asian health clues in East London
  140. Experts call for a tobacco-free world by 2040
  141. Terry Pratchett dies after long illness, aged 66 - Irish Times
  142. 'Frozen 2' is on the way, Disney tells shareholders - The Seattle Times
  143. Republicans protest talks on ending UN sanctions on Iran - Ynetnews
  144. Carjack victim describes harrowing ride with Boston bombers - USA TODAY
  145. McCain's habit: bad judgment - azcentral.com
  146. Ferguson Shooting: Authorities Investigate 'Ambush' of Officers - Wall Street Journal
  147. Closing the Gap: Research on the Impact of Creative Arts in Military Populations
  148. How The Iran Letter Is Playing In The 2016 Campaign
  149. North Dakota's job landscape shifting (for now) away from Big Oil
  150. Johnson & Johnson sues Glaxo over allergy ads as spring nears
  151. Kansas quarantines two counties due to Missouri bird flu
  152. Worker at Louisiana primate facility possibly exposed to deadly bacterium
  153. ISIS Expands Into West Africa, Welcoming Boko Haram Allegiance - NBCNews.com
  154. Controversy Still Swirls Around 'Palcohol' Despite Federal Approval - VICE News
  155. Ebola Controversy Doc Resigns From NBC - Daily Beast
  156. Disney Unveils Details on 'Star Wars: VIII' and 'Frozen' Sequel - Wall Street Journal
  157. Pfizer pain drug Lyrica fails study in adolescents with fibromyalgia
  158. U.S. Attorney General Holder Denounces Police Shootings In Missouri
  159. Obama, Unions On Opposite Sides Of The (Fast) Track For Trade Deals
  160. The View From A Muddy Field In China: Women's Rights, In 1995 And Now
  161. Accused inside trader, freed from prison, seeks to void conviction
  162. NIH center to admit U.S. healthcare worker with Ebola
  163. Pfizer pain drug Lyrica fails study in adolescents with fibromyalgia
  164. On a night out, more friends means more drinks
  165. Daily weigh-ins may encourage weight loss
  166. UPDATE 1-UK Ebola patient home for treatment, 4 more for monitoring
  167. UPDATE 1-NIH center to admit U.S. healthcare worker with Ebola
  168. NIH says to admit U.S. healthcare worker infected with Ebola
  169. Ferguson Shooting: Authorities Investigate 'Ambush' of Officers - Wall Street Journal
  170. Carjacking victim: Tamerlan Tsarnaev admitted to Boston bombing - CNN
  171. Regulators: Powdered Alcohol Illegal in Mass. - NECN
  172. Oklahoma football team condemns racist video - The Tand D.com
  173. Nemtsov killing exposes cracks in Kremlin unity - Daily Times
  174. NIH center to admit US healthcare worker with Ebola - Reuters
  175. NASA: Solar System's Biggest Moon May Have More Water Than All Of Earth - CBS Local
  176. Serena says 'right time' to make Indian Wells return
  177. Silicon Prairie: Tech Startups Find A Welcoming Home In The Midwest
  178. Author Terry Pratchett Was No Stranger To Death
  179. Latin Roots: Jovem Guarda
  180. A Craft Beer Tax Battle Is Brewing On Capitol Hill
  181. Take One Monster And Pass It On
  182. Two Sisters And One Tax Inspector Make Up '3 Hearts'
  183. There's Nothing New In The Enchanted Pumpkin For 'Cinderella'
  184. FDA to review re-submitted Bristol-Myers hepatitis C drug
  185. REFILE-UPDATE 3-Commerzbank to pay $1.45 billion to resolve probes on Iran, Olympus
  186. UPDATE 1-FDA to review re-submitted Bristol-Myers hepatitis C drug
  187. Lesser-Known Players Get Their Bows In 'The Wrecking Crew'
  188. State, county police take over Ferguson protest security after shooting - CNN
  189. Carjacking victim: Tamerlan Tsarnaev admitted to Boston bombing - CNN
  190. Oklahoma football team condemns racist video - Sioux City Journal
  191. Search for bodies ends after Army chopper crash off Florida kills 11 - Reuters
  192. Another American Infected With Ebola - NBCNews.com
  193. Bus carrying college bowling team overturns in Indiana - U-T San Diego
  194. Video of Will Ferrell playing infield during M's-A's Cactus League game - The Seattle Times
  195. How We Deal With Loss In Different Ways In Two Beautifully Written Memoirs
  196. Don't You Dare Use 'Comprised Of' On Wikipedia: One Editor Will Take It Out
  197. Inspired By Monks, A Writer Embraces His Life Of Solitude
  198. 'Dirty Old London': A History Of The Victorians' Infamous Filth
  199. Southerners Are Getting Creative With Their Favorite Nut: Pecan
  200. Moon River? No, It's An Ocean On One Of Jupiter's Moons!
  201. U.S. regulators tighten requirements on reusable medical devices
  202. Measles cases seen almost doubling in Ebola epidemic countries
  203. CONCACAF free to back FIFA head of their choice: Webb
  204. Brazil to face Mexico, Honduras in June friendlies
  205. Measles cases seen almost doubling in Ebola epidemic countries
  206. FDA to review re-submitted Bristol-Myers hepatitis C drug
  207. Two-thirds in U.S. with invasive cancer live five or more years: study
  208. Disney Announces Title Of Stand-Alone 'Star Wars' Film
  209. Police swarm home in St Louis suburb after 'ambush' of two officers - Reuters
  210. 'I Just Killed a Policeman': Victim Recalls Ride With Bombers - NBCNews.com
  211. Military helicopter crash in Florida: Rescue efforts end - CNN
  212. Iowa GOP straw poll moves to Boone - Sioux City Journal
  213. Turkey Says It Has Detained Foreign Intelligence Agent Over British Schoolgirls ... - Wall Street Journal
  214. Secret Service Agents Disrupted Bomb Investigation At White House: Report - Huffington Post
  215. Powdered Alcohol is Legal Again - GOOD Magazine
  216. BRIEF-AB Science announces positive phase 2 clinical study of Masitinib
  217. Thrombogenics swings to net loss as U.S. sales stall
  218. BRIEF-Mauna Kea Technologies secures funding equity line with Societe Generale
  219. Scientists call for halt on experiments changing DNA of human embryos
  220. KCRW Presents: Dom La Nena
  221. After Rescue, Massive Sea Turtle Will Be Released In SC Thursday
  222. So How Did They Get That Crashed Plane Off The Runway In Kathmandu?
  223. DIARY-Spain corporate events
  224. Death toll from West Africa's Ebola outbreak passes 10,000 -WHO
  225. Texas jury awards fans $76,000 for Super Bowl seating problem
  226. Confident Kaymer has Georgia on his mind
  227. Chemical exposure in Syria tied to miscarriages, birth defects
  228. Death toll from West Africa's Ebola outbreak passes 10,000: WHO
  229. Strawberries top list of pesticide-laced food: EU report
  230. U.S. regulators tighten requirements on reusable medical devices
  231. Son of Pakistani Christian Servant Tortured, Killed by Police After Mother Wouldn't Confess to Crime; Mom Says She 'Will Not Give Up on Her Lord'
  232. Union Reign On Kentucky Coal Comes To An End
  233. Obama And Unions Clash On Trade Deal
  234. Can The Chinese Government Force The Dalai Lama To Reincarnate?
  235. Five killed, 100 trapped in Bangladesh factory collapse - Reuters
  236. British girls were helped into Syria by spy from US-led coalition - Reuters
  237. Tour Bus Carrying Indiana Tech Bowling Team Crashes, Injuring At Least 20 - Huffington Post
  238. Palcohol -- powdered alcohol -- is now legal in the US - Los Angeles Times
  239. Divers Find Black Hawk Helicopter That Crashed Off Florida - Wall Street Journal
  240. With an eye on 2016, Martin O'Malley takes a jab at Clinton - MSNBC
  241. Police swarm home in St Louis suburb after 'ambush' of two officers - Reuters
  242. NASA Mission To Study Magnetic Fields Launches Tonight
  243. Satisfying thirst and the kidneys: the importance of drinking water
  244. Assassin: Rap's Best Kept Secret
  245. The West Bank Battle For Land ... And Water
  246. No Hope Of Survivors In Black Hawk Crash, Military Says
  247. All Songs At 15: Björk Plays DJ
  248. McCoy has first win at last Cheltenham
  249. UPDATE 1-Commerzbank to pay $1.45 billion to resolve probes on Iran, Olympus
  250. BRIEF-Thrombogenics posts FY net loss of 51.1 mln eur