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  1. Boris Johnson slams Theresa May for easing control order regime - Daily Mail
  2. Holder says US 'working on' how to capture or kill 'Jihadi John' - Fox News
  3. Grover Norquist Predicts Jeb Bush Will Sign His Anti-Tax Pledge - ABC News
  4. White and Gold ... Black And Blue: It's Turning the Internet Red - ABC News
  5. Dhaka: Flowers at scene of blogger Avijit Roy killing - BBC News
  6. Divine Intervention
  7. Anything for the Client
  8. I Hate That Guy
  9. A Glut Of Ph.D.s Means Long Odds Of Getting Jobs
  10. Marilyn And Alan Bergman On Piano Jazz
  11. Through the Looking Glass
  12. Fines Remain Rare Even As Health Data Breaches Multiply
  13. Should America go vegan to ward off obesity and save the environment?
  14. Sacked Sanofi boss joins PureTech board
  15. BRIEF-Prim H2 net profit up at 5.3 million euros
  16. BRIEF-Herantis Pharma proposes no 2014 dividend
  17. Novartis treatment for vision loss meets goals in study
  18. Clarke misses cut as Coetsee grabs Jo’burg Open lead
  19. Novartis treatment for vision loss meets goals in study
  20. Inhaled drug may help with sociability in autism
  21. 8 dead in door-to-door shootings in rural Missouri - USA TODAY
  22. Senate Passes DHS Funding Bill as House Plans Short-Term Fix - NBCNews.com
  23. Everything We Know About Jihadi John - TIME
  24. Nellie McKay On Song Travels
  25. Christian Aid Group Barnabas Aid's Founder Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Staff Member
  26. VIDEO: Llamas on the loose causes social media stir - WJHL
  27. Servando Gómez, Mexican Drug Lord Who Led Knights Templar Gang, Is ... - New York Times
  28. Atheist US writer killed in Bangladesh: familiar attack on free expression? - Christian Science Monitor
  29. What your brain really sees when it looks at 'the dress': A neuroscientist explains - Fox News
  30. Would chilly reception at CPAC hurt Jeb Bush's 2016 chances? - Christian Science Monitor
  31. 9 dead, including gunman, at multiple scenes in Missouri, police say - Fox News
  32. Bangladeshi-American Blogger Hacked To Death In Dhaka
  33. It Kills Germs For Up To Six Hours. Can It Wipe Out Ebola?
  34. Watch out for nasty global flu surprises, WHO warns
  35. American Blogger Hacked to Death by Muslim Mob for Criticizing Islamic Extremism in Bangladesh
  36. 9 People Found Dead In Southern Missouri
  37. Federer trounces teenager Coric in Dubai semi-finals
  38. Marussia on F1 entry list subject to conditions
  39. Lauda neutral on chances of German GP happening
  40. BRIEF-Indo FY 2014 net result swings to profit of 13.9 mln euros
  41. Watch out for nasty global flu surprises, WHO warns
  42. Even If The Chicago 'Black Site' Story Is A Stretch, It Stirred Up Bad Memories
  43. Rocker Gary Glitter Jailed For 16 Years For Child Sex Abuse
  44. After 6,000 Years, Time For A Renovation At Iraq's Citadel
  45. Holder: Standard in civil rights cases 'too high' - USA TODAY
  46. Rubio tells CPAC he doesn't want to be in politics forever - New York Daily News
  47. British PM David Cameron vows to hunt down IS killer 'Jihadi John' - Hindustan Times
  48. A Simple Question About a Dress, and the World Weighs In - New York Times
  49. Llama chase in Arizona captivates nation: How it all began, plus the 911 call - Los Angeles Times
  50. Atheist US writer killed in Bangladesh: familiar attack on free expression? - Christian Science Monitor
  51. UPDATE 2-Mexico captures most wanted drug kingpin, "La Tuta" - Reuters
  52. 'Jihadi John': Eric Holder Says US 'Working On' Ways to Kill or Capture Him - ABC News
  53. Jeb Bush Hasn't Learned Enough From His Brother's Failures - The Atlantic
  54. 9 shot dead at multiple crime scenes in rural Missouri - USA TODAY
  55. White and gold or blue and black it doesn't matter -- the dress is ugly - CNN
  56. Spy agencies asked how 'Jihadi John' slipped through - CTV News
  57. Congress Will Vote On Homeland Security; Agency's Funding Ends Tonight
  58. 5 Things To Know About The Latest Supreme Court Challenge To Health Law
  59. UPDATE 1-Actavis contraceptive device wins FDA approval
  60. Alonso says he is fine after crash
  61. Ebola halts HIV progress in Sierra Leone, says U.N.
  62. 2 Loose Llamas Lassoed After Running Amok Near Phoenix - 1011now
  63. Avijit Roy, the blogger who wouldn't back down in the face of threats - The Guardian
  64. Net neutrality rules pass FCC. Why Comcast shouldn't worry. (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  65. Top Stories: DHS Funding Ends Soon; More On 'Jihadi John'
  66. US-Bangladesh blogger Avijit Roy hacked to death - BBC News
  67. Actavis' contraceptive device wins U.S. FDA approval
  68. Novartis lung cancer drug gets EU recommendation
  69. Woman who posted 'the dress' says it's 'obviously' blue - New York Daily News
  70. Going to the game? Pack earplugs and lose the vuvuzela, WHO says
  71. Actavis' contraceptive device wins U.S. FDA approval
  72. BRIEF-Medistim Transfers 15,000 shares to CEO Kari Krogstad
  73. UPDATE 1-Sanofi diabetes drug Toujeo wins EU green light, pricing in focus
  74. 'Jihadi John': Prime minister defends security services - BBC News
  75. The Funniest Tweets From The Great Llama Escape Of 2015 - Refinery29
  76. Watch: IS destroys priceless artifacts - iAfrica.com
  77. Former Notre Dame President Rev. Theodore Hesburgh dies at 97 - Fox News
  78. Multiple-murder investigation under way in county - Houston Herald
  79. Walker delivers the goods to adoring CPAC crowd - Fox News
  80. Sanofi diabetes drug Toujeo wins EU green light, pricing in focus
  81. Inside the Beltway: Jeb Bush: Hawk or dove? Americans are undecided - Washington Times
  82. 'Jihadi John' naming hailed by Middle East media - BBC News
  83. Science Says The Dress Is Blue
  84. Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Parks And Rec' And 'Better Call Saul'
  85. Going to the game? Pack earplugs and lose the vuvuzela, WHO says
  86. Novartis lung cancer drug gets EU recommendation
  87. BRIEF-Swedish Orphan Biovitrum: positive results of phase 3 clinical study of Alprolix
  88. Sanofi diabetes drug Toujeo wins European green light
  89. EU agency recommends approval of Otsuka kidney drug
  90. Going to the game? Pack earplugs and lose the vuvuzela, WHO says
  91. Novartis lung cancer drug gets EU recommendation
  92. EU agency recommends approval of Otsuka kidney drug
  93. Sanofi diabetes drug Toujeo wins European green light
  94. BRIEF-EU agency backs Sanofi diabetes drug Toujeo plus medicines from Otsuka, Novartispproval in advanced non small cell lung cancer
  95. The Past Of 'Jihadi John': Early Run-Ins And Radicalization
  96. The Funniest Tweets From The Great Llama Escape Of 2015 - Refinery29
  97. “What color is this dress?”: The Internet's (curiously) civil war between perception ... - Salon
  98. US-Bangladesh blogger Avijit Roy hacked to death - BBC News
  99. The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, ex-Notre Dame president, dies at 97 - Washington Post
  100. 'House of Cards' dealt Netflix a winning hand - Kansas City Star
  101. California Couple Married 67 Years Dies Side-by-Side, Holding Hands - FOX40
  102. Conservative US activists look warily at a 'squishy' Jeb Bush - Reuters
  103. Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, former Notre Dame president, dead at 97 - Chicago Sun-Times
  104. US-Bangladesh blogger Avijit Roy hacked to death - BBC News
  105. Republicans Pledge to Fight FCC's Open-Web Rules - Bloomberg
  106. 2 llamas on the lam lassoed after running amok in Phoenix suburb - Fox News
  107. ISIS Video Shows Extremists Destroying Artifacts
  108. This Month (And Every Month), Black Sci-Fi Writers Look To The Future
  109. Nation Riveted By Llamas On The Loose
  110. Team approach boosts human and environmental wellbeing
  111. UPDATE 1-Decision on Ebola mass vaccination in August at earliest - WHO
  112. Straumann shares soar on results, still below level pre-SNB move
  113. Exclusive: Nepal officials urge FIFA for full probe of own chief
  114. Decision on Ebola mass vaccination in August at earliest: WHO
  115. 'Jihadi John': Eric Holder Says US 'Working On' Ways to Kill or Capture Him - ABC News
  116. White and Gold, or Black and Blue? Dress Debate Rages on Twitter - Bloomberg
  117. Decision on widespread Ebola vaccination in August at earliest - WHO
  118. California Couple Married 67 Years Dies Side-by-Side, Holding Hands - FOX40
  119. US-Bangladesh blogger Avijit Roy hacked to death - BBC News
  120. Decision on Ebola mass vaccination in August at earliest: WHO
  121. Exclusive: Nepal officials urge FIFA for full probe of own chief
  122. UPDATE 1-Decision on Ebola mass vaccination in August at earliest - WHO
  123. Decision on widespread Ebola vaccination in August at earliest - WHO
  124. Team approach boosts human and environmental wellbeing
  125. Nation Riveted By Llamas On The Loose
  126. This Month (And Every Month), Black Sci-Fi Writers Look To The Future
  127. ISIS Video Shows Extremists Destroying Artifacts
  128. 'Jihadi John': Eric Holder Says US 'Working On' Ways to Kill or Capture Him - ABC News
  129. Conservative US activists look warily at a 'squishy' Jeb Bush - Reuters
  130. Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, former Notre Dame president, dead at 97 - Chicago Sun-Times
  131. The Devil With a Blue (Or White) Dress - Daily Beast
  132. Republicans Pledge to Fight FCC's Open-Web Rules - Bloomberg
  133. California Couple Married 67 Years Dies Side-by-Side, Holding Hands - FOX40
  134. 2 loose llamas lassoed after running amok near Phoenix - Washington Times
  135. ISIS Extremist Who Beheaded Prisoners Is Identified
  136. American blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh - New Zealand Herald
  137. Is this dress blue and black or white and gold? - CBS News
  138. 'Jihadi John' named as Mohammed Emwazi from London - BBC News
  139. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  140. Belfast Thriller '71' Combines Action And Emotional Authenticity
  141. Using A Can Of Coke To Explain A Currency Lesson
  142. Slurpee Waves Roll Ashore On Nantucket's Coast
  143. Britain Tries To Counter The Appeal Of Extremism
  144. Task Force Proposes Fracking Rules To Colorado Governor
  145. Widely used food additive promotes colitis, obesity and metabolic syndrome, research shows
  146. Coffee intake linked to reduced risk of MS
  147. BRIEF-Beijing SL Pharma's preliminary 2014 net profit up 20.2 pct
  148. BRIEF-Chemometec H1 2014/15 EBITDA up to DKK 7.0 million
  149. Gunman in South Korea kills 3 people before shooting himself, officials say - Los Angeles Times
  150. Jeb Bush Reaches Out to Conservatives at CPAC - TIME
  151. CPAC Attendees Hear From GOP Presidential Hopefuls
  152. BRIEF-PZ Cormay to report lower FY 2014 results due to incorrect accounting
  153. Italian e-cigarette firms say new tax benefits tobacco
  154. ISIS Video Show Extremists Destroying Artifacts
  155. We Are All Llamas Now: A Thrilling, Furry Chase in Arizona - Daily Beast
  156. FCC Approves Net Neutrality Rules, Classifying Broadband Internet Service as a ... - New York Times
  157. Obama To Troubled Teen: 'You Have This Strength Inside Yourself'
  158. Stone Age Britons Were Eating Wheat 2,000 Years Before They Farmed It
  159. This Season On 'House Of Cards,' It's Tough To Be The Boss
  160. Colorado Pushes For Concealed Guns In K-12 Schools
  161. 'Ballot Selfies' Clash With The Sanctity Of Secret Polling
  162. White House Move To Protect Nest Eggs Sparks Hopes And Fears
  163. Patients with mental illness less likely to receive diet, exercise advice
  164. Jeb Bush Takes 2016 Show Into Unfriendly Territory At CPAC
  165. BRIEF-Biomed-Lublin Q4 net profit up to 1.9 mln zlotys
  166. Marine oil supplement has positive effects on post-exercise muscle damage
  167. BRIEF-Neurosearch FY operating loss increases to DKK 13.3 million
  168. BRIEF-Xizang Haisco Pharma's preliminary 2014 net profit down 13.2 pct
  169. BRIEF-Synektik receives 354,500 zloty subsidy
  170. UPDATE 1-Nikon pushes into medtech with $400 mln Optos acquisition
  171. BRIEF-Sichuan Kelun Pharma's preliminary 2014 net profit down 7.2 pct
  172. BRIEF-Stresscompany FY operating loss narrows to SEK 5.3 mln
  173. Tokyo 2020 planners issue playbook, but venues still undecided
  174. BRIEF-Herantis Pharma 2014 net loss widens to EUR 8.4 million
  175. A 10-Hour Ride, A Welcome With Cola Nuts, A Sad Yet Hopeful New Normal
  176. Another deadly shooting spree - Korea Times
  177. Jeb Bush Reaches Out to Conservatives at CPAC - TIME
  178. 2 loose llamas lassoed after running amok near Phoenix - San Francisco Chronicle
  179. Unidentified attackers hack US blogger to death in Dhaka - Sacramento Bee
  180. Woman asks about dress color, Internet loses collective mind - Fox News
  181. Isis fighters destroy ancient artefacts at Mosul museum - The Guardian
  182. FCC approves 'net neutrality' plan - Washington Times
  183. What You Need to Know About the Net Neutrality Decision - Bloomberg
  184. An American Atheist Writer Has Been Hacked to Death in Bangladesh - TIME
  185. MI5 blunders that allowed Jihadi John to slip the net - Telegraph.co.uk
  186. Impressionist Hero Édouard Manet Gets The Star Treatment In Los Angeles
  187. BRIEF-Faes Farma FY 2014 EBITDA up to 42.2 mln euros
  188. BRIEF-FSMA restores trading in Cardio3 Biosciences
  189. BRIEF-Cardio3 Biosciences raises 32 mln euros in private placement
  190. BRIEF-Nanjing Pharma's board agrees to issue up to 800 mln yuan debt financing tools
  191. BRIEF-PZ Cormay to reduce stake in Orphée by 15 pct
  192. BRIEF-C-Rad: tender for surface tracking solution at Skandionkliniken to be redone
  193. UPDATE 1-AstraZeneca to carve out antibiotic R&D into separate firm
  194. BRIEF-China's Lepu Medical Tech posts 17.1 pct rise in prelim 2014 net profit
  195. 'The dress' has everyone arguing over its colors - New York Daily News
  196. Missouri auditor Tom Schweich dead in apparent suicide - St. Louis Sun Times
  197. Sen. Rand Paul: Rival Gov. Jeb Bush will face 'difficult' crowd at CPAC - The Week Magazine
  198. Earl Lloyd: NBA's first black player - ABC News
  199. Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, Influential Ex-President of Notre Dame, Dies at 97 - New York Times
  200. BuzzFeed's newest traffic driver: debate about the color of a dress - CNNMoney
  201. An American Atheist Writer Has Been Hacked to Death in Bangladesh - TIME
  202. Net neutrality decision cheered by tech, decried by telecoms - SFGate
  203. Jihadi John: From ordinary schoolboy to world's most wanted man - Telegraph.co.uk
  204. FCC Votes Along Party Lines For 'Net Neutrality'
  205. Novartis Japan says ordered to halt business March 5-19
  206. BRIEF-NTS in talks on sale of NTS Miljø
  207. BRIEF-PZ Cormay reduces stake in Orphée by 12 pct
  208. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Feb 27
  209. UCB sees three newer drugs driving 2015 income increase
  210. BRIEF-Biotie Therapies updates outlook on completion of annual impairment review
  211. BRIEF-Biotie Therapies Q4 revenue down to EUR 1.9 million
  212. GOP mulls stopgaps for Homeland Security funding - The Detroit News
  213. Earl Lloyd, First Black Player In The NBA, Dead At 86 - Huffington Post
  214. Lupita Nyong'o Oscars Pearl Dress worth $150000 is stolen - I4U News
  215. Movie review: Margot Robbie steals 'Focus' from Will Smith - Sacramento Bee
  216. LA teachers, union leaders rally amid stalled talks - seattlepi.com
  217. Lupita Nyong'o's $150000 Oscars dress stolen from LA hotel - The Week Magazine
  218. Apple Watch Set to Be Launched at Firm's 'Spring Forward' March 9 Event - NDTV
  219. House Republicans offer stopgap bill to fund Homeland Security - Press Herald
  220. US Northern Command: Loose Llamas Had No Connection To ISIS - Huffington Post
  221. Net neutrality decision cheered by tech, decried by telecoms - SFGate
  222. ISIS militant 'Jihadi John' identified, US officials say - CNN International
  223. German stocks - Factors to watch on February 27
  224. Dress has everyone arguing over its colors - New York Daily News
  225. Earl Lloyd, first African-American in NBA, dead at 86
  226. Loose llamas lassoed after running amok in Arizona, Washington - Chicago Tribune
  227. Lupita Nyong'o's $150K Oscar dress stolen from hotel room - New York Daily News
  228. Legal marijuana begins in Washington, D.C. as 'green rush' is on
  229. Data from largest U.S. tobacco study shows high use of multiple products
  230. ISIS militant 'Jihadi John' identified, US officials say - CNN International
  231. Panel discusses sources of LA budget bind, speculates on future - WAFB.com
  232. FCC regulators approve tougher rules for Internet providers - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
  233. Police Say Death of Thomas Schweich, Candidate for Missouri Governor ... - New York Times
  234. 32000 emails recovered in IRS targeting probe amid allegations agency chief ... - Fox News
  235. Abusive Employer Given Six Years In High Profile Domestic Worker Case - TIME
  236. Data from largest U.S. tobacco study shows high use of multiple products
  237. Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich dead of apparent suicide - Kansas City Star
  238. Scott Walkers Whitewater - Politico
  239. Bobby Jindal: 'We must repeal every single word of Obamacare' - NOLA.com
  240. Llama chase in Arizona captivates nation; at one point, 3 were on the run - Los Angeles Times
  241. Islamic State video shows militants smashing ancient artifacts in Iraq - Fox News
  242. Republicans Pledge to Fight FCC's Open-Web Rules - Bloomberg
  243. 'Jihadi John' From ISIS Execution Videos Was Under Watch by British Intelligence - New York Times
  244. 4/21/15: NPR Presents Michel Martin: Chartered Waters
  245. Chris Christie Turns to Media Bashing at CPAC Gathering - myCentralOregon.com
  246. 'Jihadi John' Mohammed Emwazi Photo Emerges: ISIS Executioner Went to Church of England Primary School, Loved 'The Simpsons'
  247. Grading the CPAC Speakers, From Walker to Christie - Bloomberg
  248. How Bobby Jindal is proposing to fix the Louisiana budget: cigarette taxes ... - NOLA.com
  249. Walker delivers the goods to adoring CPAC crowd - Fox News
  250. On Day 1 of legalization, Bowser submits bill to prevent 'pot clubs' - Washington Post