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  1. Patriots overtake Seahawks to reign as Super Bowl champions - CBS News
  2. 'Power Ranger' actor arrested in fatal sword attack - USA TODAY
  3. PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - Feb 2
  4. Obama assumes NFL will look at having refs control footballs - USA TODAY
  5. Super Bowl 2015: Katy Perry packs it all into halftime show - Los Angeles Times
  6. Region prepares for up to a foot of snow - Boston Globe
  7. Power Rangers Actor Ricardo Medina Arrested for Killing Friend With Sword - TIME
  8. In new budget, Obama proposing 14 percent tax on overseas profits to fund ... - Fox News
  9. NBC's Cris Collinsworth airs out his disbelief to Super Bowl XLIX finish - The Daily Breeze
  10. Up to 18 Inches of Snow Could Fall Before Storm System Moves Out - NBC Chicago
  11. Obama urges parents to vaccinate children for measles - Los Angeles Times
  12. Patriots overtake Seahawks to reign as Super Bowl champions - CBS News
  13. Seahawks' Matthews goes from shoe store to Super Bowl stud
  14. Katy Perry Proves to Be a Champion of Her Times at the Super Bowl - New York Times
  15. Super Bowl commercials turn unusually somber in 2015 - Fox News
  16. First Listen: Quarterbacks, 'Quarterbacks'
  17. Heavy Snow Hits the Midwest; Next a Messy Monday Commute for Millions - ABC News
  18. Patriots unseat Seahawks as Super Bowl champs - USA TODAY
  19. First Listen: The Districts, 'A Flourish And A Spoil'
  20. Patriots beat Seahawks for first Super Bowl win in 10 years
  21. Patriots' Brady named Super Bowl MVP
  22. Phoenix winner Koepka credits European experience
  23. First Listen: JD McPherson, 'Let The Good Times Roll'
  24. REFILE-TABLE-Astellas -9-MTH group results (IFRS)
  25. Obama tells parents to get kids vaccinated to stem measles
  26. First Listen: Rhiannon Giddens, 'Tomorrow Is My Turn'
  27. First Listen: Paperhaus, 'Paperhaus'
  28. Super Bowl 2015: Katy Perry thrills in Halftime show - San Jose Mercury News
  29. Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste freed by Egypt; 2 others still held - Los Angeles Times
  30. Analysis: Obama's budget plan dead on arrival? - Detroit Free Press
  31. Nationwide Explains Depressing Super Bowl Ad - NBCNews.com
  32. US Considers Supplying Arms to Ukraine Forces, Officials Say - New York Times
  33. Obama assumes NFL will look at having refs control footballs - SFGate
  34. How to Call Washington's Budget Bluff - Wall Street Journal
  35. US Considers Supplying Arms to Ukraine Forces, Officials Say - New York Times
  36. Peter Greste's parents celebrate release from Egyptian prison - CBC.ca
  37. Super Bowl 2015: Katy Perry thrills during Halftime show. See set list. - San Jose Mercury News
  38. Major snowstorm hits Chicago, heads toward New England - Reuters
  39. Patriots trail Seahawks 24-21 in fourth quarter - San Jose Mercury News
  40. PRESS DIGEST - Hong Kong - Feb 2
  41. Perry brings spectacle to Super Bowl halftime
  42. Super Bowl ads: Can anything beat the adorable Budweiser puppy? - Christian Science Monitor
  43. China Jan HSBC factory PMI contracts for second month, misses flash estimate - Reuters India
  44. Budweiser, Snickers win in high-stakes Super Bowl ad battle
  45. Koepka wins his first PGA title in Phoenix
  46. Scott Walker On 2016: 'I Wouldn't Bet Against Me' - Huffington Post
  47. Obama budget would fund public works program with tax on overseas profits - Washington Post
  48. Katy Perry's Outrageous Super Bowl Halftime Show Includes Missy Elliott ... - Huffington Post
  49. Egypt Deports Jailed Al Jazeera Journalist to Australia - Voice of America
  50. Why are Super Bowl ads posted online early? - Los Angeles Times
  51. Patriots-Seahawks are tied 14-14 at halftime - Sacramento Bee
  52. More than 1600 flights canceled as blizzard pounds Chicago on way East - Los Angeles Times
  53. Albuquerque Toddler Shoots Parents: Toddler Shoots Parents with Single Bullet - The Cubic Lane
  54. Seahawks, Patriots scoreless after first quarter of Super Bowl
  55. Patriots footballs were 'just a few ticks under': report - New York Daily News
  56. Koepka wins his first PGA title in Phoenix
  57. Super Bowl Snowday: Vast Swath of US Braces for Storm - NBCNews.com
  58. Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste freed by Egypt, on way to Australia - Los Angeles Times
  59. Scott Walker leads pack of 2016 hopefuls in new Iowa poll - New York Daily News
  60. Albuquerque 3-year-old finds mom's gun, wounds both parents with 1 shot - Los Angeles Times
  61. Obama Aims to Change Tax System Many Call Worst of All Worlds - Wall Street Journal
  62. Idina Menzel kicks-off Super Bowl with 'Spangled Banner' - New York Daily News
  63. Super Bowl live: Patriots 7, Seahawks 0 - Los Angeles Times
  64. How to Call Washington's Budget Bluff - Wall Street Journal
  65. Major snowstorm hits Chicago, heads toward New England - Reuters
  66. UPDATE 6-Egypt frees Al Jazeera journalist Greste, 2 others still held - Reuters
  67. Super Bowl 2015: 5 Storylines to Watch - ABC News
  68. Walker, eyeing 2016 White House bid, says he's open to sending US troops to ... - Fox News
  69. For Colorado's Undocumented, The Wait At The DMV Just Got Longer
  70. To Save Two Colo. Cows, All It Took Was A Good Ice-Breaker
  71. From The Ivy League To 'The X-Files': David Duchovny's Big Break
  72. Heavy Fighting Resumes In Eastern Ukraine As Truce Talks Collapse
  73. Clinton or Biden? Obama says he 'loves 'em both'
  74. Super Bowl 2015: Tickets Priciest in History - ABC News
  75. US Taking a Fresh Look at Arming Ukraine's Forces, Officials Say - New York Times
  76. Albuquerque 3-year-old finds mom's gun, wounds both parents with 1 shot - Los Angeles Times
  77. Massive storm complicates travel on Super Bowl Sunday - USA TODAY
  78. Obama: NFL Should Consider Officials Controlling Game Balls - ABC News
  79. Legacies at stake for Seahawks, Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX - USA TODAY
  80. Another Florida Case Puts Crosshairs On 'Stand Your Ground'
  81. Examining The Role Of Citizen Journalism In Mexico
  82. It's Not All Bad News For Earth's Oceans
  83. University Endowments Reached Record Levels In 2014
  84. How 'Empire' Quickly Became The TV Show To Beat
  85. Rapping The News In West Africa
  86. The Success Of Fox's 'Empire' Reveals A Few Dos And Don'ts For TV
  87. Tight security over Super Bowl game balls in effect
  88. Super Bowl Is Law Enforcement's Biggest Game - NBCNews.com
  89. Egypt frees Al Jazeera journalist Greste, 2 others still held - Reuters
  90. Toddler Fires Single Bullet That Wounds Both His Father and Pregnant Mother in ... - VICE News
  91. Bobby Brown Asks for Privacy After Daughter's Tub Scare - NBCNews.com
  92. Islamic State: Japan mourns death of Kenji Goto, vows never to give in to terrorists - ABC Online
  93. Why Are Americans Getting Bigger?
  94. McLaren make troubled start to testing
  95. Tight security, party atmosphere greet Super Bowl fans
  96. New York Giants football matriarch Ann Mara dies at 85
  97. Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Activists Stage New Protest
  98. Argentina's Foreign Minister: Jewish Community Supports Deal With Iran
  99. Gronk vs. Legion of Boom among five things to watch at Super Bowl XLIX - USA TODAY
  100. After finding a loaded gun in mother's purse, Arizona toddler shoots both parents - Washington Post
  101. SB XLIX tickets priciest in history - ESPN
  102. President Obama ties foreign profits tax to public works - Deseret News
  103. Christie joins ranks of 2016 hopefuls making trips to London - MSNBC
  104. NFL to keep the roof open for Super Bowl Sunday - Charlotte Observer
  105. Peter Greste: Al-Jazeera journalist freed by Egypt - BBC News
  106. Heavy Snow Hits the Midwest; Next a Messy Monday Commute for Millions - ABC News
  107. Seahawks, Patriots, Face Off For Super Bowl XLIX
  108. Major snowstorm churns through Midwest toward New England - Reuters
  109. Obama to propose 14 percent tax on overseas corporate profits - Fox News
  110. Christie begins trip to London with soccer, not politics - U.S. News & World Report
  111. Gronk vs. Legion of Boom among five things to watch at Super Bowl XLIX - USA TODAY
  112. Despite Romney's exit, 2016 GOP field remains wide open - CBS News
  113. Egypt Releases and Deports Al Jazeera Journalist Peter Greste of Australia - New York Times
  114. Toddler wounds both parents with 1 shot from handgun - MiamiHerald.com
  115. 'Happy' Isn't So Happy, But It Packs A Punch
  116. Japan: 'We will never, never forgive' ISIS for apparent beheading - CNN
  117. Walker, eyeing 2016 White House bid, says he's open to sending US troops to ... - Fox News
  118. A Case Against The Phrase 'No Problem'
  119. Jordan Vows 'All Efforts' to Secure Pilot's Release - Voice of America
  120. Storm Snarls Air Travel in Chicago, Threatens U.S. Northeast - Bloomberg
  121. Seahawks and Patriots: Who has the edge at each position? - USA TODAY
  122. Obama plans 19 pct tax on US companies' foreign earnings - Reuters
  123. A Low Profile for Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey at Arsenal Game in London - New York Times
  124. Jeb Bush & Rand Paul's post-Romney moves - CNN
  125. Egypt releases imprisoned Al-Jazeera reporter - Chron.com
  126. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Heads to London - NBCNews.com
  127. UPDATE 2-Obama plans 19 pct tax on U.S. companies' foreign earnings
  128. Super Bowl 2015 ads: All The Big Game ads, right here - OregonLive.com
  129. College Friends Weigh In On Marshawn Lynch's Media Tactics - NBCNews.com
  130. New Mexico boy, 3, shoots parents - New York Daily News
  131. Scott Walker On 2016: 'I Wouldn't Bet Against Me' - Huffington Post
  132. Japan, US Decry Latest Beheading by Islamic State - Voice of America
  133. Major Winter Storm to Slam the Midwest Then Move East - ABC News
  134. UPDATE 3-Jailed Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste leaves Egypt for Australia - Reuters
  135. Toddler shoots father, pregnant mother at New Mexico motel - Reuters
  136. Scott Walker On 2016: 'I Wouldn't Bet Against Me' - Huffington Post
  137. In Super Bowl XLIX, Keeping Alert for Trick Plays - New York Times
  138. Massive storm complicates travel on Super Bowl Sunday - USA TODAY
  139. The Icebergs Are Talking. We Just Have To Listen.
  140. Jordan Vows 'All Efforts' to Secure Pilot's Release - Voice of America
  141. Fan's guide to Super Bowl XLIX - Newsday
  142. Egypt Frees One Al Jazeera Journalist From Prison
  143. Bobbi Kristina Brown 'alive and breathing' - USA TODAY
  144. Ukraine: 13 Troops Killed in Fight With Russia-Backed Rebels - ABC News
  145. Jailed Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste leaves Egypt for Australia - Reuters
  146. Storm Blankets Midwest in Snow, Creeps Toward Northeast - ABC News
  147. Jordan Vows 'All Efforts' to Secure Pilot's Release - Voice of America
  148. Super Bowl Day: Ready For 17 And A Half Minutes Of Football?
  149. Murray under microscope after Melbourne Park meltdown
  150. McIlroy hits record-equaling score to win second Dubai title
  151. Toddler wounds both parents with one shot from handgun - San Jose Mercury News
  152. Jeb Bush & Rand Paul's post-Romney moves - CNN
  153. In Super Bowl XLIX, Keeping Alert for Trick Plays - New York Times
  154. Egypt Frees Jailed Al-Jazeera Journalist Peter Greste
  155. Japanese prime minister 'infuriated,' by journalist's beheading, vows to hold ISIS ... - Fox News
  156. Winter Storm to Bring Blizzard-like Conditions to Midwest - ABC News
  157. The Al Jazeera three: how did they get here? - Telegraph.co.uk
  158. At least 40 killed in eastern Ukraine as truce talks end in Minsk with no agreement - Business Standard
  159. Armour: Aging Patriots can't squander Super Bowl chance - USA TODAY
  160. Romney not running: Former GOP nominee out of 2016 race - U-T San Diego
  161. ISIS Threatens to Kill More Japanese After Kenji Goto's Death; Japan Says It Will 'Never, Never Forgive' Islamic State
  162. International campaigners urge UK to allow 'three-parent' IVF babies
  163. Super Bowl alternatives: Eight things to watch other than the big game - Los Angeles Times
  164. As In Greece, Voters In Spain Appear Ready To Oust Conservatives
  165. Winter storm warning in effect for much of Northeast Ohio - cleveland.com
  166. Super Bowl: Tom Brady, amid a life of celebrity and success, is all business - Washington Post
  167. 'History Of Lonliness' Explores The Complexity Of Priest Sex Abuse
  168. Democrat Seeks Limits On Operations Against ISIS
  169. Court Awards Sly Stone $5 Million In Lost Royalties
  170. Seven Short Seconds Between A Canadian And Lottery Riches
  171. Are Danes Really That Happy? The Myth Of The Scandinavian Utopia
  172. The Ol' Puzzle Switcheroo
  173. Novak Djokovic Wins 5th Australian Open, Denying Andy Murray Again
  174. Antibiotics firm Motif Bio to tap UK market for cash
  175. International campaigners urge UK to allow "3-parent" IVF babies
  176. Things to know about Djokovic's fifth Australian Open title - USA TODAY
  177. Hong Kong Protesters March, but Crowd Smaller Than Organizers Hoped - Wall Street Journal
  178. Antibiotics firm Motif Bio to tap UK market for cash
  179. Hostage's Beheading Stirs Outrage in Japan - New York Times
  180. Bobbi Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston, rushed to hospital - New York Daily News
  181. United against terror - Ahram Online
  182. Romney not running: Former GOP nominee out of 2016 race - U-T San Diego
  183. Death toll mounts in eastern Ukraine after peace talks fail - The Globe and Mail
  184. Quiros thrives in Dubai after 11,000 kilometer return trip
  185. UPDATE 1-Abu Dhabi's Waha Capital to invest $870 mln cash bounty - CEO
  186. Japan Holds Vigil for Journalist Slain by IS - Voice of America
  187. Game guide: Keys to Super Bowl XLIX - SFGate
  188. Chicago weather: Blizzard, winter storm warnings issued for Chicago area - WLS-TV
  189. Pro-democracy protesters back in Hong Kong, no violence - Reuters
  190. Boko Haram: militants launch fresh attack on key north-eastern Nigerian city ... - ABC Online
  191. Jeb Bush has become the GOP front-runner for 2016 — so now what? - Washington Post
  192. UN condemns Sinai attack, offers condolences - The Cairo Post
  193. In pursuit of next-generation Ebola stockpile vaccines
  194. UN says violence in Iraq kills at least 1375 in January - Thegardenisland.com
  195. Super Bowl Snowday: Vast Swath of US Braces for Storm - NBCNews.com
  196. 'Heinous': Outrage After Claim That ISIS Killed Japanese Hostage - NBCNews.com
  197. At Long Last: It's Super Sunday
  198. Be More Awesome — With Help From Kid President
  199. Talking With Hey Rosetta!, A Great Big Band From Newfoundland
  200. College Life Doesn't Have To Mean Crummy Cuisine, Says Dorm Room Chef
  201. Class Of 2015 Faces The World: Introducing The 'Howard Project'
  202. African football at credibility crossroads
  203. Djokovic takes first set 7-6 in Australian Open final
  204. China to tackle food safety as policy priority: Xinhua
  205. Seahawks repeat would be a scary prospect for NFL - Washington Post
  206. Three-year-old boy shoots pregnant mother and father in New Mexico - The Independent
  207. Mitt Romney Quits, Jeb Bush Will Now Move As Front Runner For 2016 Race - Consolidate Times
  208. Bodies in streets as shelling rocks Ukraine city of Donetsk - CNN International
  209. United against terror - Ahram Online
  210. Nigeria's giving Muhammadu Buhari—a military dictator—what he's always ... - Quartz
  211. Egypt court bans Hamas' armed wing - The Nation
  212. Thousands of Hong Kongers march for democracy - U-T San Diego
  213. Romney not running: Former GOP nominee out of 2016 race - U-T San Diego
  214. Super Bowl Snowday: Vast Swath of US Braces for Storm - NBCNews.com
  215. Super Bowl 2015 betting lines: Patroits a slight favorite to beat Seahawks - Syracuse.com
  216. Japan outraged as video purportedly shows hostage beheaded - Times of India
  217. UN says violence in Iraq kills at least 1375 in January - Beaumont Enterprise
  218. Rosberg promises 'maximum attack' in 2015
  219. Patriots' defense ready for Seattle's read option - Boston Globe
  220. Storm Crawls Into Midwest, Threatens Northeast - ABC News
  221. Bush, Christie seek donors - Albany Times Union
  222. NASA launches Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory into orbit ... - Clarksville Online
  223. Whitney Houston's Daughter Rushed To Hospital After Being Found ... - CBS Local
  224. Christie begins U.K. trade mission - Philly.com
  225. Ukraine Peace Talks Collapse as Fighting Continues - NBCNews.com
  226. Japan: 'We will never, never forgive' ISIS for apparent beheading - CNN
  227. Green tea ingredient may target protein to kill oral cancer cells
  228. Japan stunned at Goto's murder - Telegraph.co.uk
  229. Seahawks repeat a scary prospect for NFL - Washington Post
  230. Winter storm warning issued for Erie, Crawford counties - GoErie.com
  231. Faulty airbags trigger recall again - Boston Globe
  232. Ukraine Peace Talks Collapse As Fighting Continues - NBCNews.com
  233. 49ers' Haley, Raiders' Brown among 8 voted into Hall of Fame - SFGate
  234. Bush, Christie seek donors - Albany Times Union
  235. Purdy: Tim Brown, Charles Haley finally get Hall of Fame call - San Jose Mercury News
  236. Sunday weather looking 'less bad,' but snow and freezing rain in forecast - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
  237. Lupica: Super Bowl XLIX is the battle of legacies - New York Daily News
  238. Romney not running: Former GOP nominee out of 2016 race - U-T San Diego
  239. Iran's chief of staff links Sinai violence to Israeli interests - Jerusalem Post Israel News
  240. NASA Launches Groundbreaking Soil Moisture Mapping Satellite - Space Daily
  241. Hingis wins Australian Open mixed doubles title with Paes
  242. Ukraine crisis: 'Dozens killed' in east as Minsk talks held - BBC News
  243. Japanese journalist Kenji Goto said beheaded by ISIS; Japan PM Abe will 'never ... - Haaretz
  244. Ukraine crisis: 'Dozens killed' in east as Minsk talks held - BBC News
  245. Satellite might help explain Texas water deficit - El Paso Times
  246. Jeb Bush has become the GOP front-runner for 2016 — so now what? - Washington Post
  247. Major Winter Storm to Slam the Midwest Then Move East - ABC News
  248. Seahawks Super Bowl Repeat A Scary Prospect For NFL - Huffington Post
  249. Japan Mourns Goto as Caring and Courageous Reporter - New York Times
  250. New Jersey Governor heads to UK for trade, politics, soccer