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  1. Noting sugary beverage consumption in patient charts could help promote behavior change
  2. Do caffeine's effects differ with or without sugar?
  3. Multistate outbreak of listeriosis linked to commercially produced, prepackaged caramel apples
  4. BRIEF-Prim SA to pay 0.055 euros gross dividend per share on Jan. 16, 2015
  5. North Korea's Internet links restored amid US hacking dispute - Reuters
  6. NYC protesters say they won't stop demonstrations despite de Blasio's wishes - Fox News
  7. Clear weather forecast for Christmas holiday - Lake County News
  8. Joe Cocker, raspy-voiced British singer, dies at 70 - Reuters
  9. Three members of the same family feared to be among six dead after Glasgow ... - Telegraph.co.uk
  10. Memorials Take Place for Sydney Siege Victims - Voice of America
  11. French PM Valls seeks to ease fears on city attacks - BBC News
  12. AP sources: NYC congressman to plead guilty - Washington Times
  13. AP sources: NYC congressman to plead guilty - Washington Times
  14. Joe Cocker dead: Legendary rock and soul singer dies of lung cancer, aged 70 - The Independent
  15. NY police union leader well known for his bite - MiamiHerald.com
  16. North Korea Internet Partially Restored Following Outage - Voice of America
  17. California DMV Prepares For Undocumented Residents Applying For Licenses
  18. Reporter Offers Free Cab Rides For Stories From 'Streets of Shanghai'
  19. Satirizing Dictators Is Nothing New ó Just Ask Charlie Chaplin
  20. Baby Thrives Once 3D-Printed Windpipe Helps Him Breathe
  21. A Vital Chapter Of American History On Film In 'Selma'
  22. BRIEF-Biosynex completes 985,589 euro capital increase
  23. Suspended Lee to lose top ranking to China's Chen
  24. Holiday travel may be messy in the East - KRDO
  25. Australia Terror Threat High After Sydney Siege, Abbott Says - Wall Street Journal
  26. Man rams van into Christmas market in western France - Telegraph.co.uk
  27. Bin lorry deaths: Bodies removed after George Square crash - BBC News
  28. Second France car attack on pedestrians in as many days injures 11 - Fox News
  29. Joe Cocker, Raspy-Voiced Rock Star With Distinctive Moves, Is Dead at 70 - New York Times
  30. Exclusive: Express Scripts presses for more drug savings with coverage list
  31. Rep. Michael Grimm Is Said to Agree to Tax Fraud Guilty Plea - New York Times
  32. Risk of dengue increases due to climate change, city growth: research
  33. Novartis says Alcon's Travatan receives EU approval
  34. BRIEF-Faes Farma to commercialize Ordesa's products in Colombia
  35. Risk of dengue increases due to climate change, city growth-research - TRFN
  36. Novartis says Alcon's Travatan receives EU approval
  37. North Korea and the Sony hack: The war of words escalates - CNN
  38. NY police union leader well known for his bite - MiamiHerald.com
  39. Sydney siege: memorial service for Katrina Dawson - Sydney Morning Herald
  40. UPDATE 1-Australia PM warns of "chatter" as memorials held for siege victims - Reuters
  41. Christmas week storms poised to deliver travel headaches - Fox News
  42. Memorials Take Place for Sydney Siege Victims - Voice of America
  43. 60 Journalists Killed In 2014 As Targeting Of International Press Rises, Study ... - Huffington Post
  44. Woodstock vet Joe Cocker dies at 70 of cancer - USA TODAY
  45. Rep. Michael Grimm Is Said to Agree to Tax Fraud Guilty Plea - New York Times
  46. North Korea's Internet links restored amid US hacking dispute - Reuters
  47. PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Dec 23
  48. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Dec 23
  49. German stocks - Factors to watch on December 23
  50. Bengals punish sloppy Manning to clinch playoff spot
  51. Polee collapses during SDSU's 61-33 win vs UCR - Washington Post
  52. J&K polls: BJP, PDP locked in close contest - Times of India
  53. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio Calls For Pause In Protests After Police Killings - Huffington Post
  54. North Korea Internet Partially Restored Following Outage - Voice of America
  55. Pope: Vatican bureaucracy has 'spiritual Alzheimer's' - USA TODAY
  56. Second France car attack on pedestrians in as many days injures 11 - Fox News
  57. Memorials for Sydney siege victims as flowers removed - Reuters
  58. Mexican Police Helped Cartel Massacre 193 Migrants, Documents Show
  59. Joe Cocker dies at 70; British blues-rock singer who rocked Woodstock - Los Angeles Times
  60. Rep. Michael Grimm Is Said to Agree to Tax Fraud Guilty Plea - New York Times
  61. Widow of NYPD cop Wenjian Liu speaks about husband - New York Daily News
  62. Cuban official hints extradition of cop killer sought by Christie unlikely - Fox News
  63. THAILAND PRESS-Pfizer expects pharma recovery in 2015- Bangkok Post
  64. North Korean websites back online after widespread Internet outage - Fox News
  65. New Yorkers Express Quiet Grief Over NYPD Murders - Huffington Post
  66. Joe Cocker, singer known for his raspy voice and unbridled performances, dies ... - Washington Post
  67. The end for Michael Grimm? - Politico
  68. 8 legal takeaways from the Dontre Hamilton decision - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  69. Sydney siege: Sunflowers and sunshine for Tori Johnson funeral - Sydney Morning Herald
  70. Bergdahl investigation report goes to senior Army commander - Chron.com
  71. Rights Groups Want Special Prosecutor to Investigate CIA Torture - Voice of America
  72. Arpaio kicks off legal campaign against Obama immigration order, in court hearing - Fox News
  73. PRESS DIGEST- China - Dec 23
  74. De Blasio, With Bratton by Side, Seeks Balance After 2 Killings - New York Times
  75. North Korea Loses Its Link to the Internet - New York Times
  76. Joe Cocker, Raspy-Voiced Rock Star With Distinctive Moves, Is Dead at 70 - New York Times
  77. ALERT: Christmas Eve travel forecast - WRTV Indianapolis
  78. The end for Michael Grimm? - Politico
  79. Bergdahl investigation report goes to senior Army commander - Deseret News
  80. Staten Island Congressman Is Said to Agree to a Single Guilty Plea - New York Times
  81. Internet outage seen in North Korea amid US hacking dispute - Reuters
  82. De Blasio facing tensions further strained by police shootings - CNN
  83. Bowe Bergdahl's Disciplinary Fate Placed in Hands of Army General - New York Times
  84. Arpaio kicks off legal campaign against Obama immigration order, in court hearing - Fox News
  85. US rights groups want special prosecutor to probe CIA tactics - Reuters
  86. Australia hopes lost Freeman Olympic body suit recovered
  87. Christmas provides food for thought at Ferrari
  88. Christmas Forecast: Stormy Week to Bring Severe Weather and Lots of Rain - ABC News
  89. Joe Cocker, raspy-voiced British singer, dies at 70 - Reuters
  90. Bowe Bergdahl Investigation Forwarded to Commander for Possible Disciplinary ... - myCentralOregon.com
  91. Justice Department to probe Milwaukee officer's killing of black man - Los Angeles Times
  92. Pakistan to execute 500 militants 'soon' - gulfnews.com
  93. AP sources: NYC congressman to plead guilty - MiamiHerald.com
  94. Joe Cocker Dies at 70; Rock Singer Had Hits With Others' Songs - New York Times
  95. Christmas Forecast: Stormy Week to Bring Severe Weather and Lots of Rain - ABC News
  96. Any Outrage Out There for Ramos and Liu, Protesters? - Daily Beast
  97. Justice dept alleges Omnicare received kickbacks from Abbott Labs
  98. UPDATE 1-U.S. regulator charges two Chileans with insider trading
  99. Internet outage seen in North Korea amid US hacking dispute - Reuters
  100. Justice dept alleges Omnicare received kickbacks from Abbott Labs
  101. A Very Code Switch Christmas TV Special
  102. Ismaaiyl Brinsley, New York Cop Kiler, Had Long Criminal History - Huffington Post
  103. Widespread Internet Outage Reported In North Korea
  104. Services Offer A Means To Foil Widespread 'Elder Fraud'
  105. North Korea experiencing widespread Internet outages - Fox News
  106. What A Failed Hip Hop Experiment Can Teach Us About The Future Of U.S.-Cuba Relations
  107. UPDATE 1-U.S. court strikes down North Carolina ultrasound abortion law
  108. North Korea Has Severe Internet Outage After Days Of Instability
  109. US STOCKS-Dow, S&P end at records in 4th straight day of gains for Wall St
  110. Carl Zeiss agrees collaboration with Oraya
  111. Neureuther leads German one-two in last slalom of 2014
  112. Details released of alleged rape by Florida State quarterback Winston
  113. Exercise tied to prostate cancer survival
  114. ISIS Executes 100 of its Own Foreign Fighters in Syria Who Tried to Abandon the Caliphate
  115. Sandwich Monday: The 'Shroom Burger From Shake Shack
  116. What You Need To Know About Subprime Lending For Smartphones
  117. Singer Joe Cocker is dead at 70 - CNN
  118. Qatar Airways takes delivery of world's first Airbus A350 XWB - Fox News
  119. Weather Unsettled and Mild Through Christmas - Boston.com
  120. Congressman Grimm to plead guilty Rep. Grimm indicted on fraud charges - CNN
  121. NORAD ready to track Santa Claus - Piqua Daily Call
  122. Pope: Vatican bureaucracy has 'spiritual Alzheimer's' - USA TODAY
  123. Cuban-American, Not-So-Immaculate Conception
  124. Scoring The Screen: Thomas Newman And the Music Of 'Shawshank'
  125. British Singer Joe Cocker Dead At 70
  126. What Motivates People To Give?
  127. Former Regime Figure Elected President In Tunisia
  128. Mayor De Blasio Takes Heat As City Mourns Slain Police Officers
  129. Brazilian Politician's Fiery Comments Revives Debate On Free Speech
  130. Is Your Heart Doctor In? If Not, You Might Not Be Any Worse Off
  131. RPT-UPDATE 2-Express Scripts drops Gilead hep C drugs for cheaper AbbVie rival
  132. UPDATE 1-FDA approves Bristol-Myers' immunotherapy for skin cancer
  133. UPDATE 3-Express Scripts drops Gilead hep C drugs for cheaper AbbVie rival
  134. US STOCKS-Wall St up for fourth straight day; S&P ends at record
  135. Bears QB Cutler back in after concussion for Clausen
  136. Englishman Willett secures Masters berth via world ranking
  137. Motherís depression when kids are young linked to risky teen behaviors
  138. Vicar of Baghdad: The Love of the Refugee Child Jesus Is All That's Left for the Christians in Iraq This Christmas
  139. NYC Mayor Asks Protesters to Pause Until After Cops' Funerals - ABC News
  140. Airbus will not scrap A380s despite order drought: CEO - Daily Mail
  141. No charges for Milwaukee officer who shot man 14 times - USA TODAY
  142. Peshawar school attack: Pakistan 'to execute 500 terrorists' after lifting of death ... - The Independent
  143. Joe Cocker: Remembering rock's soulful 'mad dog' - BBC News
  144. Grimm to plead guilty to felony count of tax evasion - New York Daily News
  145. Rainstorm to bring wet Christmas to Eastern USA - USA TODAY
  146. North Korea experiencing widespread Internet outages - Fox News
  147. Fitch: MetLife's SIFI Designation Is Credit Neutral
  148. We Ask A Scholar: How Does Ridley Scott's 'Exodus' Compare With The Bible's?
  149. 'Rolling Stone' Asks Columbia J-School To Investigate Flawed Rape Story
  150. When Humans Quit Hunting And Gathering, Their Bones Got Wimpy
  151. The 85-Year-Old Widow Who's The Symbol Of Spain's Economic Woes
  152. Army General To Determine Fate of Bowe Bergdahl
  153. World Cafe Next: Kingsley Flood
  154. Hedge fund industry's top performers mainly small, little-known
  155. FDA approves Bristol-Myer's skin cancer drug
  156. U.S. regulator charges two with insider trading in Abbott deal
  157. US STOCKS-Wall St on track for four-day rally; tech lifts Dow
  158. Scott hires new caddie for 2015
  159. Dimitrov and Halep win domestic sports awards
  160. Hong Kong halts some U.S. poultry imports due to bird flu in U.S
  161. FDA approves Bristol-Myer's skin cancer drug
  162. De Blasio faces firestorm after officer murders - Fox News
  163. Joe Cocker: A look back at the singer's career - USA TODAY
  164. North Korean Internet Goes Dark in Wake of Sony Hack - Bloomberg
  165. Yusuf/Cat Stevens On World Cafe
  166. Gaza gets machinery to equip its first Coca Cola plant - Reuters
  167. French Firm to Pay Record Fine in Bribery Case - Voice of America
  168. Murder trial in January of former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez expected to take ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  169. Christmas week storms poised to deliver travel headaches - Fox News
  170. No charges for Milwaukee officer who shot man 14 times - USA TODAY
  171. China says no proof N Korea hacked Sony - Mail & Guardian Online
  172. Mayor de Blasio Calls for Suspension of Protests in New York - New York Times
  173. Two Men Injure French Citizens While Yelling, 'Allahu Akbar'; Officials Investigating Possible Ties to ISIS
  174. Pirates win bidding for Korean shortstop Kang
  175. In Slovakia, Christmas Dinner Starts In The Bathtub
  176. Singer Joe Cocker Has Reportedly Died At Age 70
  177. Study Shows Utah Residents Claim Volunteering Top Spot Yet Again
  178. Let's Talk About Death
  179. Protester And Police Advocate Respond To The NYPD Killings
  180. Singer Joe Cocker is dead at 70 - CNN
  181. Glasgow bin lorry crash - latest news - Telegraph.co.uk
  182. Weather Unsettled and Mild Through Christmas - Boston.com
  183. North Korea threatens US, castigates Obama and Sony - Boston Herald
  184. Judge orders Spain's Princess Cristina to stand trial on tax fraud charges - Fox News
  185. Pope Francis to Curia: Merry Christmas, you power-hungry hypocrites - Washington Post
  186. Death toll from Ebola in West Africa rises to 7,518 - WHO
  187. Alstom says will aim for best practices after record bribery settlement
  188. PHOTO: The Milky Way Over Steens Mountain Wilderness In Oregon
  189. A Guide To Gifts For Those Who Can't See
  190. ISIS Gets Headlines But Jahbat Al-Nusra Also A Threat
  191. The Business Seesaw of 2014: Oil Down, Wages Flat, Markets Up ...and Down
  192. At-Home-Dad By Choice
  193. UPDATE 2-China approves imports of GMO Syngenta corn, Pioneer soy
  194. REFILE-UPDATE 2-U.S. FDA approves AbbVie hepatitis C drug, costs $83,319 for 12 weeks
  195. US STOCKS-Wall St edges up after three-day run; tech lifts Dow
  196. Condition of Muhammad Ali 'vastly improved'
  197. Death toll from Ebola in West Africa rises to 7,518: WHO
  198. Treating sleep apnea may lessen depression, too
  199. Court strikes down North Carolina ultrasound abortion law
  200. U.S. FDA approves AbbVie hepatitis C drug, costs $83,319 for 12 weeks
  201. Myths may put off some women from post-cancer breast reconstruction
  202. ISIS 'More Dangerous Than People Realize,' Says Author Who Traveled to Iraq, Syria
  203. China Debates National And Local Laws To Reduce Smoking
  204. North Korea: 1.2 Million Troops, Nukes and a 3000-Strong Cyber-Elite - Businessweek
  205. Tensions High In New York City After Killing Of Two Police Officers
  206. Judge orders Spain's Princess Cristina to stand trial on tax fraud charges - Fox News
  207. Pope Francis, in Christmas Speech, Has Stern Rebuke for Vatican Bureaucracy - New York Times
  208. Jameis Winston becomes a symbol - ABC News
  209. No charges for Milwaukee officer who shot man 14 times - USA TODAY
  210. Truck Veering Out of Control Kills 6 Pedestrians in Glasgow - New York Times
  211. Travel weather leading up to Christmas has a few snowy areas - MLive.com
  212. De Blasio facing tensions further strained by police shootings NYC mayor under ... - CNN
  213. 1 Dead In Protest At Chinese-Backed Copper Mine Project In Myanmar
  214. KEXP Presents: Thurston Moore
  215. Milwaukee Prosecutor Won't Seek Charges In Police Shooting
  216. Nick Lowe Brings His 'Quality Holiday Revue' To America
  217. Book News: George R.R. Martin Rails Against Sony's 'Corporate Cowardice'
  218. Episode 592: Bell Wars
  219. Surprise: study shows we are buying fewer cakes, cookies and pies
  220. China Condemns Cyber Attacks, but Not North Korea
  221. Fast food may lead to lower school results for U.S. kids: study
  222. Lilly must divest Sentinel products after FTC nod on Novartis deal
  223. Lilly must divest Sentinel products after FTC nod on Novartis deal
  224. China approves imports of DuPont Pioneer soybean variety -DuPont
  225. UPDATE 1-Alstom to pay record $772 mln to settle bribery charges with U.S.
  226. US STOCKS-Wall St flat after three-day run; Gilead drags
  227. Fast food may lead to lower school results for U.S. kids -study
  228. Lilly to divest some Sentinel products to win approval on Novartis
  229. Pope Francis, At Christmas Gathering, Blasts Vatican's Bureaucrats
  230. Shooter bragged to bystanders just before killing NYPD cops - New York Daily News
  231. Ex-cop not charged in fatal Milwaukee shooting of mentally ill black man - Fox News
  232. Pope Francis: Merry Christmas, you power-hungry hypocrites - USA TODAY
  233. Sony Hack Is Bad, But the Real Cyberwar Is All Around You - NBCNews.com
  234. China Probes Former Senior Aide to Hu Jintao Over Graft - NBCNews.com
  235. Forecast: We're Dreaming Of A Wet Christmas - Gothamist
  236. Jameis Winston's lawyer: Case is worst attack on athlete in 'history of amateur ... - AL.com
  237. UK police: Number of fatalities in Glasgow road incident - CNN
  238. No charges against ex-police officer in fatal Milwaukee shooting - Reuters
  239. DPRK fan club: Even in freedom-loving democracies, there are die-hard ... - National Post
  240. Christmas week storms poised to deliver travel headaches - Fox News
  241. Ismaaiyl Brinsley, New York Cop Kiler, Had Long Criminal History - Huffington Post
  242. UPDATE 1-Express Scripts to cover AbbVie hepatitis C drug, drops Gilead treatment
  243. Tekmira to supply Ebola treatment for studies in West Africa
  244. UK adds to Alstom's legal woes as power unit faces bribe charge
  245. BRIEF-Qiagen Marseille receives offer from management team to acquire some of its assets
  246. Alstom to pay record $772 mln to settle bribery charges with U.S.
  247. Tekmira to supply Ebola treatment for studies in West Africa
  248. ISIS Say Only a Matter of Time Before Europe Is Conquered; Plan 'Largest Religious Cleansing Campaign' in History
  249. Pope Francis Gives Stern Talking to Vatican Bureaucracy - TIME
  250. A dozen football fans injured in lightning strike - seattlepi.com