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  1. Q&A With Lani Guinier: Redefining The 'Merit' In Meritocracy
  2. UPDATE 1-WHO approves breakthrough 15-minute Ebola test
  3. RPT-For Obamacare challengers, a Supreme Court case built for speed
  4. Sarissa Capital seeks Ariad Pharma's CEO's ouster
  5. UPDATE 1-Bayer diabetes business sale not imminent -sources
  6. An American Dream, A Cuban Soul: Poet Richard Blanco Finds 'Home'
  7. Somali deputy PM wounded, 2 dead in suicide bombings - USA TODAY
  8. Ukraine: UK and EU 'badly misread' Russia - BBC News
  9. Yemen Parties Close to a Deal to End Crisis: United Nations - NDTV
  10. Giuliani defends Obama criticism, says president doesn't believe in American ... - Fox News
  11. Switzerland Rail Crash: Passenger Trains Collide 30 Miles From Zurich - NBCNews.com
  12. 'Frozen' Niagara Falls drawing tourists to winter spectacle - Daily Mail
  13. Yemen rebels use increasingly brutal tactics against demonstrators - Washington Post
  14. Bill O'Reilly's 'war zone' stories questioned - WKMG Orlando
  15. Gemalto Probes Alleged Data Breach by U.K., U.S. Spy Agencies - Bloomberg
  16. Fighting persists in east Ukraine despite ceasefire - TODAYonline
  17. U.S. West Coast Port Dispute Forces Shippers To Find Alternatives
  18. Learning More About Longshoremen And Their Powerful Union
  19. Life After Death
  20. WHO approves 15-minute Ebola test by Corgenix
  21. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  22. WHO approves 15-minute Ebola test by Corgenix
  23. Giuliani defends Obama criticism, says president doesn't believe in American ... - Fox News
  24. Los Angeles hospital 'superbug' takes toll on infected - The Advocate
  25. Swiss Train Crash Causes Five Injuries - Wall Street Journal
  26. Las Vegas road rage victim's husband tells media: 'You made my wife look like ... - Washington Post
  27. Rebel takeover of eastern Ukraine city raises questions about cease-fire, Putin's ... - Fox News
  28. Phone chipmaker Gemalto probes report of hacking by US, UK spies - Reuters
  29. Road rage suspect knew victim, husband says - CNN
  30. White House Worries Extremists Are Winning The Propaganda War
  31. Good Acting, Directing And Story Make 'McFarland USA' Effective
  32. Ko in share of halfway lead at Australian Open
  33. Women with MS may 'have lower levels of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory nutrients'
  34. Female diet alters the nutrient composition of fluid in the womb
  35. First Listen: Public Service Broadcasting's 'Race For Space'
  36. U.S. Outlines Timetable To Force ISIS Out Of Mosul
  37. Daytona 500 Kicks Off NASCAR Sprint Cup Season
  38. Panel Recommends More Fruits And Vegetables, Less Meat And Sugar
  39. Yemen's Houthi rebels show willingness to negotiate - CNN
  40. Trains collide near Zurich, causing injuries - Reuters
  41. US and Iraq plan operation to regain control of Mosul - Times of India
  42. Man in Calif. rampage last year sought ways to kill silently - MiamiHerald.com
  43. UPDATE 6-Homes destroyed as twin cyclones slam into northern Australia - Reuters
  44. FEMA In Talks To Settle Sandy Flood Insurance Claims
  45. Texas' latest skirmish on same-sex marriage - Philly.com
  46. Bill O'Reilly's war reporting now called into question - New York Daily News
  47. UPDATE 5-Homes destroyed as twin cyclones slam into northern Australia - Reuters
  48. US and Iraq plan operation to regain control of Mosul - Times of India
  49. Chargers join with Raiders on L.A. plan - U-T San Diego
  50. Police say 19-year-old suspect in Vegas killing was gunman - SFGate
  51. BRIEF-Neurovive completes directed 65 mln SEK share issue at 50 SEK/share
  52. BRIEF-LIDDS Q4 net loss widens to SEK 1.8 mln
  53. BRIEF-Immunicum Q2 operating loss widens to SEK 11.1 million
  54. Heat's Chris Bosh tested for lung-related issue at hospital - New York Daily News
  55. Swiss Train Crash Causes Many Injuries - Wall Street Journal
  56. As 'Hollywood Jobs' Turns 10, We Follow Up With The Folks In The Credits
  57. Police say 19-year-old suspect in Vegas killing was gunman - SFGate
  58. Bill O'Reilly's 'war zone' stories questioned - KRGV
  59. For Students In Ohio, A Crib Sheet For Interacting With Police
  60. More Muslim Groups Voice Willingness To Combat Extremism In Their Faith
  61. Iranians Wait And Wonder If A New Dawn Is Coming
  62. Pain, But No Regrets: A Father Remembers His Adopted Son
  63. The World Could Be On The Verge Of Losing A Powerful Malaria Drug
  64. BRIEF-Neurovive completes directed 65 mln SEK share issue at 50 SEK/share
  65. BRIEF-LIDDS Q4 net loss widens to SEK 1.8 mln
  66. BRIEF-Immunicum Q2 operating loss widens to SEK 11.1 million
  67. Swiss Train Crash Causes Many Injuries - Wall Street Journal
  68. Chargers join with Raiders on L.A. plan - U-T San Diego
  69. US and Iraq plan operation to regain control of Mosul - Times of India
  70. UPDATE 5-Homes destroyed as twin cyclones slam into northern Australia - Reuters
  71. Heat's Chris Bosh tested for lung-related issue at hospital - New York Daily News
  72. Texas' latest skirmish on same-sex marriage - Philly.com
  73. BRIEF-PCI Biotech Holding: Completion of the third group of the ENHANCE study
  74. BRIEF-Episurf Medical Q4 pre-tax loss widens to 8.1 million
  75. BRIEF-Feelgood Svenska Q4 EBIT up to SEK 8.1 million crowns
  76. Police: Teen neighbor suspected in Vegas road-rage killing - MiamiHerald.com
  77. Bill O'Reilly's 'war zone' stories questioned - KRDO
  78. BRIEF-Disclosure of shareholdings in Photocure
  79. BRIEF-Telemedycyna Polska January 2015 revenue of 448,900 zlotys, down 12.4 pct
  80. BRIEF-Bayer says Adempas approved in Japan for treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension
  81. BRIEF-Kancera Q4 operating loss widens to SEK 4.2 million
  82. Giants manager Bochy undergoes heart surgery
  83. Chargers, Raiders plan shared NFL stadium in Los Angeles
  84. Food companies aim to reinvent diet foods to stay relevant
  85. Patient's family cites earlier case of superbug at UCLA - Los Angeles Times
  86. Team Christie brushes off reports Jeb Bush is scooping up all the donors - CNN International
  87. US and UK accused of hacking Sim card firm to steal codes - BBC News
  88. US military official outlines plan to retake Iraqi city of Mosul - Fox News
  89. Google launching YouTube for kids on Monday - PCWorld
  90. Australia storms: Cyclones hit Queensland and and Northern Territory - Telegraph.co.uk
  91. BRIEF-Medigene to get marketing authorisation for Veregen in 8 European countries
  92. Neighbor arrested in road rage killing of Las Vegas mother - New York Daily News
  93. Bill O'Reilly calls Mother Jones piece about his Falklands reporting 'garbage' - Los Angeles Times
  94. Superbug found at UCLA is unlikely to visit Orange County, hospitals say - OCRegister
  95. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on Feb 20
  96. For Obamacare challengers, a Supreme Court case built for speed
  97. BRIEF-BB Biotech net profit for 2014 up to CHF 1.47 bln
  98. UPDATE 1-Market Chatter-Corporate finance press digest
  99. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Feb 20
  100. German stocks - Factors to watch on February 20
  101. Earnhardt, Johnson cruise, Patrick limps into 500
  102. Chris Christie rails against tax increases - KSBW The Central Coast
  103. Rudy Giuliani Questions Obama's Love of US; Democrats Cry Foul - Boston.com
  104. Oakland Raiders propose LA-area stadium, shared with Chargers - San Jose Mercury News
  105. YouTube Kids: New App From Google For Preschoolers - SMN Weekly
  106. Australia Hit by Two Cyclones as Violent Winds Lash Coast - Bloomberg
  107. Cyclone Marcia: Climate change is expanding the tropics - Sydney Morning Herald
  108. Shock and awe: US announces massive attack plans for 25000 Iraqi soldier to ... - Daily Mail
  109. Harris Wittels of 'Parks and Recreation,' inventor of 'humblebrag,' dead at 30 - Washington Post
  110. Patient reports earlier superbug case at UCLA - NewsOK.com
  111. Family knew suspect in Las Vegas road rage shooting - Fox News
  112. Bayer may sell diabetes devices unit to KKR-backed Panasonic Health -report
  113. Market Chatter-Corporate finance press digest
  114. Oscars 2015: Secrets of the limo drivers - BBC News
  115. Clinton cash machine causing woes for Hillary - Fox News
  116. Rudy Giuliani questions President Obama's love of U.S.; Democrats cry foul - Dallas Morning News
  117. Snowden leak: NSA helped British steal cell phone codes - 9&10 News
  118. Obama accused of skirting Islamic extremist threat, at 'summit without substance' - Fox News
  119. Bill O'Reilly Also Lied About His War Experience, Mother Jones Claims - Huffington Post
  120. Christie stays focused on New Jersey in Washington speech - Beloit Daily News
  121. Clinton Foundation Rethinking Foreign Donations - Wall Street Journal
  122. Obama Designates Monument in Chicago and Backs Its Mayor, Rahm Emanuel - New York Times
  123. Road rage suspect knew victim, husband says - CNN
  124. RIP, Harris Wittels: 'Parks and Rec' producer, @Humblebrag author was a ... - Washington Post
  125. Snowden?s Revenge: New Mega-Spying Project Revealed - Daily Beast
  126. The Clinton Foundation Super PAC - Wall Street Journal
  127. Veterans Singh, Goosen fly high at Riviera
  128. UPDATE 1-U.S. FDA approves 23andMe's genetic screening test for rare disorder
  129. California health officials say may not find source of measles outbreak
  130. Court filing seeks to tie Christie to dropping of indictment - MiamiHerald.com
  131. Why California's Superbug Outbreak Isn't As Scary As It Seems
  132. Family knew suspect in Las Vegas road rage shooting - Fox News
  133. Obama Designates Monument in Chicago and Backs Its Mayor, Rahm Emanuel - New York Times
  134. Mayor of Venezuela's capital detained amid opposition crackdown - MiamiHerald.com
  135. RIP, Harris Wittels: 'Parks and Rec' producer, @Humblebrag author was a ... - Washington Post
  136. Rudy Giuliani's Obama critique puts 2016ers in a bind - CNN
  137. Clinton Foundation Rethinking Foreign Donations - Wall Street Journal
  138. Pullman: From Labor Strife To Historic Monument - CBS Local
  139. Neighbor arrested in road rage killing of Las Vegas mother - New York Daily News
  140. U.S. FDA knew devices spread fatal 'superbug' but does not order fix
  141. UPDATE 5-Los Angeles hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug'
  142. U.S. FDA approves 23andMe's genetic screening test for rare disorder
  143. FDA knew devices spread fatal 'superbug' but does not order fix
  144. FDA approves 23andMe's genetic screening test for rare disorder
  145. Los Angeles hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug'
  146. California health officials say may not find source of measles outbreak
  147. Los Angeles hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug' - Reuters
  148. NSA helped British spies hack Dutch company - CTV News
  149. Bill O'Reilly Also Lied About His War Experience, Mother Jones Claims - Huffington Post
  150. Assault to Retake Iraqi City From Islamic State Is Planned for Spring - New York Times
  151. Texas Supreme Court stops same-sex marriage after one ceremony - AL.com
  152. Los Angeles hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug'
  153. Clinton Foundation Rethinking Foreign Donations - Wall Street Journal
  154. Pullman: From Labor Strife To Historic Monument - CBS Local
  155. Neighbor arrested in road rage killing of Las Vegas mother - New York Daily News
  156. Venezuela Arrests Major Opposition Figure, Claiming Coup Plot
  157. U.S. FDA knew devices spread fatal 'superbug' but does not order fix
  158. UPDATE 5-Los Angeles hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug'
  159. U.S. FDA approves 23andMe's genetic screening test for rare disorder
  160. FDA knew devices spread fatal 'superbug' but does not order fix
  161. FDA approves 23andMe's genetic screening test for rare disorder
  162. Los Angeles hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug' - Reuters
  163. Snowden?s Revenge: New Mega-Spying Project Revealed - Daily Beast
  164. Bill O'Reilly Also Lied About His War Experience, Mother Jones Claims - Huffington Post
  165. Assault to Retake Iraqi City From Islamic State Is Planned for Spring - New York Times
  166. Texas Supreme Court stops same-sex marriage after one ceremony - AL.com
  167. The Clinton Foundation Super PAC - Wall Street Journal
  168. In Chicago, Obama Endorses Rahm Emanuel and Honors Pullman Workers - New York Times
  169. Chelsea Soccer Clubs Suspends Three People Over Paris Metro Incident
  170. Drug-resistant malaria found close to Myanmar border with India
  171. Garnett returns to Wolves during trade deadline frenzy
  172. Struggling Woods to miss next week's Honda Classic
  173. Drug-resistant malaria found close to Myanmar border with India
  174. Las Vegas police arrest suspect in road-rage killing - USA TODAY
  175. LA hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug' - Reuters
  176. Air Force Reservists Say Effects From Agent Orange Exposure Still Linger
  177. US Sees Need of up to 25000 Iraqis to Retake Mosul - Wall Street Journal
  178. UPDATE 6-Texas county issues historic marriage license to same-sex couple - Reuters
  179. Snowden?s Revenge: New Mega-Spying Project Revealed - Daily Beast
  180. Rudy Giuliani Backs Off Assertion that Obama Doesn't Love America - Bloomberg
  181. Emanuel gets boost from Obama ahead of Chicago election - USA TODAY
  182. Obama: No religion responsible for terrorism - Deseret News
  183. 'Superbug' outbreak not threat to LA County public health - The Seattle Times
  184. Road rage suspect knew victim, husband says - CNN
  185. Same-Sex Couple Gets Married In Texas, After Judge Defies Gay-Marriage Ban
  186. UPDATE 3-U.S. government sues to block Sysco takeover of US Foods
  187. Australian regulator says will not oppose GSK, Novartis deals
  188. Woods withdraws from next week's Honda Classic
  189. Two lawsuits seek to end Colorado's recreational pot sales
  190. Same-sex couple marries in Texas under one-time order - SFGate
  191. Pentagon discloses plans to retake Mosul from Islamic State - Los Angeles Times
  192. Snowden leak: NSA helped British steal cell phone codes - Kansas City Star
  193. Clinton Foundation defends fundraising practices - WAFF
  194. Ex-Merck analyst pleads guilty to U.S. insider trading charges
  195. From Iran To Comedy Central: Maz Jobrani's Path To 'Middle Eastern Funny Man'
  196. Nutrition Panel: Egg With Coffee Is A-OK, But Skip The Side Of Bacon
  197. Will The Next 'MacGyver' Be An Indian Woman?
  198. After His Speech On Race And Police, Complicated Feelings In Comey's Hometown
  199. A Filmmaker Follows Education Without Required Classes Even Math
  200. Checking Off The Boxes Of A Disney Sports Movie In 'McFarland, USA'
  201. As Oil Prices Tank, Firms Large And Small Feel The Pain
  202. Rising talent Spieth once again in PGA Tour contention
  203. Pervis keeps up track dominance with keirin title
  204. Trooper describes evidence seized from ex-NFL star Hernandez' home
  205. Veterans Singh, Goosen fly high at Riviera
  206. Elway believes Manning will return, thrive under new offense
  207. UPDATE 1-Sanofi names CEO, cites 'capabililty to unite teams'
  208. Bayer healthcare head Brandicourt quits to take Sanofi top job
  209. 'Queen And Country' Follows A Familiar Protagonist Through A New War
  210. Police arrest suspect in road-rage killing of Vegas mother - MiamiHerald.com
  211. SIM card giant probes spy theft claims - Financial Times
  212. Without naming the enemy, Turkey and US sign pact to train Syrians - MiamiHerald.com
  213. White House: Giuliani's comments on Obama 'horrible' - USA TODAY
  214. Same-sex couple marries in Texas under one-time order - USA TODAY
  215. In Chicago, Obama Endorses Rahm Emanuel and Honors Pullman Workers - New York Times
  216. Obama accused of skirting Islamic extremist threat, at 'summit without substance' - Fox News
  217. LA hospital warns 179 patients possibly exposed to 'superbug' - Reuters
  218. Under Competitive Pressure, Wal-Mart To Rollout Raises
  219. Gitmo Detainees Transferred To Uruguay Say Life Isn't Much Better
  220. 'Lady Brigade' An Answer To Limited Patriotic Clothing For Women
  221. A Model For De-Radicalization In Minneapolis
  222. Chicago's Historic Pullman District Becomes National Monument
  223. ISIS Militants Attack Music in Burning of 'Un-Islamic' Drums and Other Instruments in Libya
  224. Tainted Chinese berries may spur reform of Australian food labeling
  225. Young Formolo uncorks a diversion to wine trade
  226. Maldonado on top as ill Hamilton is sidelined
  227. Oscars Voter Says Selma Cast's 'I Can't Breathe' Tees Were 'Offensive'
  228. 'Frozen Conflict' In Ukraine Opens Door For Corruption
  229. Critic: Extremism Summit Focused Too Narrowly On Muslims
  230. Mixed emotions for Jimenez after Clarke wins Ryder vote
  231. police take road rage suspect into custody - CNN
  232. Superbug: What it is, how it spreads, what you can do - Los Angeles Times
  233. Logjam breaks, Celtics get active at NBA trade deadline - Boston Herald
  234. The surprising, bizarre, 2500-year history of the Oscars' red carpet - Vox
  235. Islamic State: United States and Turkey sign deal to train Syria opposition ... - ABC Online
  236. Walker punts on Giuliani's nonsense, Jindal horns in - MSNBC
  237. Obama accused of skirting Islamic extremist threat, at 'summit without substance' - Fox News
  238. Boston Bomb Suspect Gets Little Support on Appeal to Move Trial - Bloomberg
  239. Black women less likely to take breast cancer hormone therapy
  240. Obama Calls 'Bridges of Communication' the Key to Winning Against Terrorism - TheBlaze.com
  241. Watch Out for Endoscopes Linked to Superbug Outbreak, FDA Says - NBCNews.com
  242. Las Vegas 'Road Rage' Shooting: Police Attempt to Take Suspect Into Custody - ABC News
  243. 2 Major Cyclones Are Lashing 2 Parts Of Australia
  244. British Fighter Jets Escort Russian Bombers Away From Coast Of U.K.
  245. U.S., Turkey Reach Agreement To Train, Equip Some Syrian Rebels
  246. Cookies On World Cafe
  247. Same-Sex Couple Marries in Texas Under One-Time Order - ABC News
  248. Turkey, US sign deal to train, arm Syrian rebels - USA TODAY
  249. Giuliani: Obama doesn't love America - MSNBC
  250. A White Supremacist's Legacy Looms Over Schools In South Carolina