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  1. Book Review: 'Skylight' By Jose Saramago
  2. Parents Of Missing Mexican Students Don't Believe Official Story
  3. In modernizing India, suicide is on the rise among young
  4. Gilead sued over 'exorbitant' hepatitis C drug prices
  5. HealthCare.gov sign-ups grow in week three of 2015 enrollment: Government
  6. Restrictive Government Makes Fighting Sexual Assault Hard In Egypt
  7. Astana retain elite status for 2015
  8. Gilead sued over 'exorbitant' hepatitis C drug prices
  9. HealthCare.gov sign-ups grow in week three of 2015 enrollment- U.S. Govt
  10. Cornell To Digitize A Rich Hip-Hop Archive
  11. Former Congressman: Enhanced Interrogation Techniques Can Be Valuable
  12. Hayden slams Senate report, claims CIA interrogations yielded 'Home Depot ... - Fox News
  13. Malala's Moment: Nobel Winner Speaks Out - ABC News
  14. Rosetta Finding Deepens Mystery of Where Earth's Water Came From - ABC News
  15. Preet Bharara's Insider-Trading Record Gets Rocked on Appeal - Businessweek
  16. Time Chooses Ebola Health Workers as 'Person of the Year' - Voice of America
  17. NFL Chief Pledges Tougher Action on Domestic Violence - NBCNews.com
  18. Palestinian Official Dies During Demonstration in West Bank - New York Times
  19. Here's what's tucked in the spending bill We have a deal (or do we?) - CNN
  20. CIA Torture Report: White House Mum on Whether Methods Saved Lives - ABC News
  21. The NFL's Owners Approve New Off-Field Conduct Policy
  22. Jacqueline Woodson On Growing Up, Coming Out And Saying Hi To Strangers
  23. Feeling Watched? 'God View' Is Geoff Nunberg's Word Of The Year
  24. Alan Rusbridger, Editor Of 'Guardian,' To Step Down
  25. For Yazidi Women, Escaping ISIS Doesn't Mean The Ordeal Is Over
  26. Eighty Years Of Master Educator Ellis Marsalis
  27. Why The President Wants To Give Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars To Toddlers
  28. UPDATE 1-Danone's medical nutrition unit on board agenda Thursday-source
  29. Prenatal exposure to chemicals tied to lower IQ at age 7
  30. Meet the Harvard professor behind the Chinese-food dispute - Boston Globe
  31. Malala's moment: Nobel winner speaks out - MiamiHerald.com
  32. Time Magazine's 10 most controversial People of the Year - New York Daily News
  33. Palestinian minister dies at West Bank protest - BBC News
  34. California Residents Load up Sandbags Before Storm - ABC News
  35. Cam Newton Will Not Play This Weekend Following Car Accident - ABC News
  36. Madoff Secretary Gets 6 Years For Role In Ponzi Scheme
  37. Boldly Going Where No Research Team Has Gone Before
  38. Another California Storm Is Brewing And The Skiing May Be Just Fine
  39. Beyond The Pump: What Falling Oil Prices Mean For U.S. Producers
  40. After 'Torture' Report, The Legacy Of The CIA
  41. UPDATE 1-Ebola toll climbs, fuelled by spread in Sierra Leone - WHO
  42. Oscar Pistorius Case: Judge Masipa Delay Appeal Ruling Until Wednesday
  43. Ebola toll climbs, fueled by spread in Sierra Leone: WHO
  44. Recommended shorter breast-radiation treatment catching on slowly
  45. NFL backs new personal conduct policy after domestic violence cases
  46. Ebola toll climbs, fuelled by spread in Sierra Leone - WHO
  47. Danone board to discuss Medical Nutrition options-Bloomberg
  48. Alleged Rape Of Passenger Raises Concerns About How Uber Runs Abroad
  49. DJ Sessions: The SoundCloud Generation
  50. UN Expert Calls For Prosecution Over US Torture - Huffington Post
  51. Harvard professor starts feud with Chinese restaurant over $4 overcharge - Fox News
  52. Danone board to meet Thursday on future of medical nutrition unit - source
  53. Two Insider Trading Convictions Are Overturned in Blow to Prosecutors - New York Times
  54. TIME selects health professionals fighting Ebola as "Person of the Year" - Fox News Latino
  55. Palestinian Official Dies During Demonstration in West Bank - New York Times
  56. Malala Yousafzai receives Nobel, pleas for education, not war - Los Angeles Times
  57. Fate of Huge Spending Bill Uncertain As Some in Both Parties Slam Deal - NBCNews.com
  58. Harvard professor starts feud with Chinese restaurant over $4 overcharge - Fox News
  59. Congress Deal to Avoid Shutdown Includes Victory for Banks - Businessweek
  60. CIA 'torture' report complicates prospects for Jeb Bush - New York Daily News
  61. Space, Time, Love And Stephen Hawking
  62. Detroit's Bankruptcy Is Over, Michigan's Governor Says
  63. CORRECTED-Credit Suisse's healthcare banker joins UBS in Europe - memo
  64. Cubs get Lester in another Chicago diamond gain
  65. Panthers' Newton released from the hospital after car accident
  66. U.S. chokehold protesters 'die-in', issue demands in NY
  67. ISIS' 16-Minute Beheading Video of 22 Syrian Soldiers Required Hours to Film, Researchers Say
  68. Malala Yousafzai receives Nobel, pleas for education, not war - Los Angeles Times
  69. Palestinian Official Killed in Clash with Israeli Troops - Voice of America
  70. Time Chooses Ebola Health Workers as 'Person of the Year' - Voice of America
  71. Obama touts new commitments to expand early childhood education - CBS News
  72. Michigan police shock drivers with wrapped... - Washington Times
  73. Harvard professor starts feud with Chinese restaurant over $4 overcharge - Fox News
  74. The 10 most shocking revelations of the CIA's torture report - New York Daily News
  75. Palestinian Minister Dies In West Bank Protest Against Israel
  76. New ISIS Pamphlet Justifies Militants' Sexual Abuse of 'Unbelieving' Captives; Says Allah Allows It
  77. Ebola survivors crucial to containing the epidemic: experts
  78. Arca's potential Ebola drug gets 'orphan drug status'
  79. BRIEF-Genfit raises 21 mln euros in private placement
  80. Gabriel Kahane On Mountain Stage
  81. S. African Prosecutors To Seek Murder Conviction Against Pistorius
  82. Doctors Slow To Adopt Cheaper, Faster Radiation For Breast Cancer
  83. Begun The Christmas Tree War Has
  84. House leaders unveil budget bill, race to avert partial shutdown - Fox News
  85. Stephen Colbert fondly recalls shotgunned beer with Rep. Dan Maffei - Syracuse.com
  86. Malala and Kailash Satyarthi receive joint Nobel award - BBC News
  87. Palestinian Minister Ziad Abu Ein Dies After Clash With Israeli Forces - NBCNews.com
  88. Time Chooses Ebola Health Workers as 'Person of the Year' - Voice of America
  89. US court reverses fund managers' insider trading convictions - Chicago Tribune
  90. Congress nears vote on $1 trillion spending bill - USA TODAY
  91. Palestinian minister dies after confrontation with Israeli police - Reuters
  92. CIA torture report: Read three detainees' stories - New York Daily News
  93. After Raid On Its Servers In Sweden, Pirate Bay Goes Offline
  94. Book News: The Elusive Elena Ferrante Finally Speaks — Sort Of
  95. Shire teams up with foundation to tackle cystic fibrosis
  96. Rookie Palmer hopes for helping hand on Tour debut
  97. McLaren set to announce 2015 drivers
  98. E-cigarette use rare in non-smokers, UK survey finds
  99. Shire teams up with foundation to tackle cystic fibrosis
  100. India's Satyarthi, Pakistan's Malala receive Nobel Peace Prize - Hindustan Times
  101. Time magazine announces its Person of the Year - CBS News
  102. FAA approves four companies to fly commercial drones - USA TODAY
  103. Oscar Pistorius Verdict Can Be Appealed, Judge Says - New York Times
  104. Senior Palestinian official dies after clash with Israeli forces in West Bank - Washington Post
  105. Prince William and Kate Wrap up US Tour - ABC News
  106. Political Divide About CIA Torture Remains After Senate Report's Release - New York Times
  107. Dr. Phil's startup launches video visits with U.S. therapists
  108. 'Pineapple Express' Forecast To Drench The Parched West Coast
  109. Top Stories: West Coast Storms; Hong Kong Protests To End
  110. A Crowd Of Scientists Finds A Better Way To Predict Seizures
  111. UPDATE 1-Airbus says first delivery of A350 to Qatar postponed
  112. US STOCKS-Futures edge lower after volatile session
  113. RPT-Cubist sales force seen as potential boon for Merck intestinal drug
  114. US STOCKS-Wall St to open slightly lower after choppy session
  115. Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi Receive Nobel Peace Prizes - New York Times
  116. Congressional Deal Aimed at Avoiding Shutdown Includes Victory for Big Banks - Businessweek
  117. Behind the Scenes of TIME's Person of the Year Photoshoot in Liberia - TIME
  118. Obama Unveils $1B Boost for Preschools, Including $55 Million From Disney - ABC News
  119. Pistorius again faces murder conviction after judge approves appeal - Fox News
  120. South African Judge Approves Pistorius Appeal - ABC News
  121. Palestinian minister dies at West Bank protest - Haaretz
  122. House leaders unveil budget bill, race to avert partial shutdown - Fox News
  123. Prince William and Kate Wrap up US Tour - ABC News
  124. Political Divide About CIA Torture Remains After Senate Report's Release - New York Times
  125. Deford: What's Wrong With Pro Athletes Taking A Stand?
  126. Airbus says first delivery of A350 to Qatar postponed
  127. 3 Iranian Pastors Appeal Six Year Prison Sentence for Faith; Iran Arrests Another Church Leader
  128. President Obama to announce $1 billion in funding for preschool - Christian Science Monitor
  129. Kerry Asks Senate Panel for Expanded Authority to Fight ISIS - KMBZ
  130. Malala and Kailash Satyarthi receive joint Nobel award - BBC News
  131. Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi to Receive Their Nobel Peace Prizes - New York Times
  132. Supreme Court doesn't understand warehouse labor - Chicago Tribune
  133. Obesity, South Africa's emerging health crisis
  134. Obesity, South Africa's emerging health crisis
  135. BRIEF-Shanghai Fosun Pharma to sell stakes in three pharmacies to Sinopharm's unit
  136. President Obama: CIA's Post-9/11 Torture Was 'Contrary to Who We Are' - NBCNews.com
  137. Royals draw plenty of attention even in NYC - STLtoday.com
  138. Missouri and Georgia execute inmates with low IQs - Washington Post
  139. Palestinian Minister Dies After Confrontation With Israeli Forces - NBCNews.com
  140. South Africa prosecutors will seek murder conviction against Pistorius - Reuters
  141. Obama to announce $1 billion in early educ... - Washington Times
  142. Top court: No need to pay workers for time in security lines - Salt Lake Tribune
  143. South Africa prosecutors will seek murder conviction against Pistorius - Reuters
  144. Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi to Receive Their Nobel Peace Prizes - New York Times
  145. Senior Palestinian official dies after clash with Israeli forces in West Bank - Washington Post
  146. Royals draw plenty of attention even in NYC - STLtoday.com
  147. President Obama: CIA's Post-9/11 Torture Was 'Contrary to Who We Are' - NBCNews.com
  148. WWII By The Books: The Pocket-Size Editions That Kept Soldiers Reading
  149. Britain's House Of Lords Still Seems As Elitist As The Name Suggests
  150. Officials Set To Dismantle Final 'Occupy' Camp In Hong Kong
  151. BRIEF-Shanghai Fosun Pharma to sell stakes in three pharmacies to Sinopharm's unit
  152. Obesity, South Africa's emerging health crisis
  153. Missouri executes 10th inmate of 2014 - Fox News
  154. Obama to announce $1 billion in early educ... - Washington Times
  155. Obesity, South Africa's emerging health crisis
  156. Obama health adviser apologizes for 'glib' remarks - Washington Post
  157. The most memorable lines from past Indian Nobel prize winners - Quartz
  158. Israel's defense minister behind closed doors: Obama administration won't last ... - Haaretz
  159. Protests bring hardship to cops, police departments - San Jose Mercury News
  160. House leaders unveil budget bill, race to avert partial shutdown - Fox News
  161. President Obama: CIA's Post-9/11 Torture Was 'Contrary to Who We Are' - NBCNews.com
  162. Lebron Somehow Forgets British Royals' Well-Known 'No Touching' Rule
  163. UPDATE 2-StanChart sets up financial crime committee after U.S. scrutiny extension
  164. Supreme Court: Amazon Warehouse Workers Shouldn't Be Paid For Security ... - The Consumerist
  165. Oscar Pistorius case: Judge Masipa allows appeal - BBC News
  166. UPDATE 1-Cheap oil, stronger economies to drive airline profits in 2015 - IATA
  167. BRIEF-Curasan AG says obtained further patent from German Patent Office
  168. Malnutrition is an important predictor of long-term survival in older patients undergoing the Whipple procedure for benign pancreatic diseases
  169. Cheap Crops Mean Hard Times For Midwest's Fledgling Farmers
  170. Justices: If You Aren't Working, No Pay, Even If You Can't Leave
  171. 'The Interview,' The Hack, And The Movie Studio Dealing With The Fallout
  172. Senate May Need Every Minute To Meet Government Funding Deadline
  173. Ex-CIA Lawyer Says No One Was Misled On Torture, Abuses Were Reported
  174. Bertha, The Giant Borer That Broke, May Be Sinking Seattle's Downtown
  175. BRIEF-OTCPharm to apply for listing of shares on Moscow Exchange
  176. Sanofi to continue diversification, eyes acquisitions -Handelsblatt
  177. Sanofi to continue diversification, eyes acquisitions: Handelsblatt
  178. BRIEF-Zhongyuan Union Cell & Gene Engineering gets regulatory approval to acquire assets
  179. BRIEF-Meda says rights issue fully subscribed
  180. BRIEF-Nordic Nanovector patent granted in Japan
  181. IATA ups global airlines' 2014 profit outlook, sees $25 bln in 2015
  182. BRIEF-GardenHills OOO consolidates 98.32294% in Veropharm
  183. China plans hike in cigarette taxes, prices to deter smokers
  184. KFC calls on Chinese diners to inspect its kitchen
  185. Tarpischev weighs up appeal against WTA suspension
  186. Representatives Laud A Departing Dean, 59-Year Veteran John Dingell
  187. Malnutrition in U.S. - greatest cost linked to seniors, depression, COPD, coronary artery disease and dementia
  188. Missouri executes man convicted of killing former neighbor - Reuters
  189. Obama health adviser apologizes for 'glib' remarks - Washington Post
  190. The most memorable lines from past Indian Nobel prize winners - Quartz
  191. Prince William and Kate Middleton visit Met - New York Daily News
  192. 159 arrested in third night of California protests - Washington Post
  193. Oscar Pistorius case: Judge Masipa allows appeal - BBC News
  194. Congress reaches deal for $1.1 trillion US spending bill - Reuters
  195. Senate probe catalogs brutality against detainees - Washington Post
  196. State Department Feared Torture Report Would Spark Fury. Where Is It?
  197. Kerry to Congress: Don't limit ISIS war or block ground troops - RT
  198. Missouri executes inmate for 1998 hammer death - seattlepi.com
  199. ObamaCare consultant apologizes for gaffe in House hearing - New York Post
  200. Oscar Pistorius' Conviction Can Be Appealed, South African Judge Rules - ABC News
  201. Berkeley protesters march for fourth night, briefly block freeway - USA TODAY
  202. Congress Looks to Short-Term Funding to Keep Government's Lights On - NBCNews.com
  203. Contrasting claims of effectiveness of torture of al-Qaida detainees from Senate ... - Fox News
  204. Cubs Manager Joe Maddon Hopes to Win Jon Lester Sweepstakes - Boston.com
  205. Russian Pop Stars Pay A Price For Speaking Out On Ukraine
  206. BRIEF-Ellen's probiotic intimate cream listed at Rossmann in Germany
  207. BRIEF-Genfit SA launches a private placement of 583,433 shares
  208. BRIEF-Kancera updates on HDAC6 project
  209. South Africa prosecutors win bid to appeal Pistorius conviction
  210. Best Cookbooks Of 2014 Offer Tastes And Tales From Around The Globe
  211. Justice Department will not reopen torture inquiry - USA TODAY
  212. Lawmakers agree on $1.1 trillion spending bill - SFGate
  213. Share “Jonathan Gruber: I'm not 'the architect'...” - NewsOK.com
  214. BRIEF-Aspen Pharmacare director Abbas Hussain resigns
  215. BRIEF-Bavarian Nordic A/S reaches enrollment in the pivotal phase 3 study of Prostvac
  216. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Dec 10
  217. BRIEF-Valneva announces positive trial results for tuberculosis vaccine IC31
  218. BRIEF-Pierrel unit Pierrel Pharma signs license deal with Rocada-Dent
  219. FEATURE-Transgender women left behind as tide turns in fight against HIV - TRFN
  220. BRIEF-Vexim announces FDA approval to market Masterflow system
  221. BRIEF-Oasmia announces preliminary result of rights issue
  222. Supreme Court: Amazon Warehouse Workers Shouldn't Be Paid For Security ... - The Consumerist
  223. Hundreds march as California protests continue - Colorado Springs Gazette
  224. Security stepped up after Jewish center stabbing - seattlepi.com
  225. Kerry Shadow Boxes in War Powers Debate - TIME
  226. Former Miss America and actress Mary Ann Mobley dies - Q13 FOX
  227. Supreme Court: Amazon Warehouse Workers Shouldn't Be Paid For Security ... - The Consumerist
  228. Protesters briefly block Highway 24, light trash fires - SFGate
  229. Lyft 'rideshare' company seeks license from Oklahoma City - NewsOK.com
  230. Gruber grilled at marathon hearing - The Hill
  231. Congress nears vote on $1 trillion spending bill - USA TODAY
  232. Senate Report Says Torture Program Was More Gruesome, Widespread Than ... - Huffington Post
  233. Officer Fatally Shoots Man After Stabbing in Brooklyn Synagogue - New York Times
  234. U.S. test-tube births underreported by states, study finds
  235. Canada's Telus says wants in on 'Internet of things' growth
  236. CIA report's most shocking passages - CNN
  237. Congress Deal to Avoid Shutdown Includes Victory for Big Banks - Businessweek
  238. Duke and Duchess attend NY fundraiser for uni where they fell in love - Telegraph.co.uk
  239. Top court: No need to pay workers for time in security lines - Salt Lake Tribune
  240. Georgia executes man for 1995 murder of sheriff's deputy, official says - Reuters
  241. Kerry Spars With Lawmakers on Authority for Islamic State Fight - Businessweek
  242. NY police promise to rebuild trust as protests spread - Reuters
  243. Supreme Court Rules Against Worker Pay for Screenings in Amazon Warehouse ... - New York Times
  244. Korean Air Executive Resigns Post After Halting Flight Over Snack Service - New York Times
  245. Little Progress in US Authorization for Fight Against Islamic State - Voice of America
  246. Autopsy: Waitress caught head in dumbwaiter - Charlotte Observer
  247. Dad: Teen lit on fire in rural Miss. may have ID'd her killer - USA TODAY
  248. Jonathan Gruber apologizes for Obamacare comments, refuses to disclose pay - Washington Times
  249. UPDATE 3-Congress reaches deal for $1.1 trln US spending bill - Reuters
  250. Senate panel releases scathing report on CIA interrogations amid security ... - Fox News