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  1. West Nile Virus Found in Skokie Mosquitos - NBC Chicago
  2. Does Exercise Boost Your Memory? It Might, But It Takes A While - Bustle
  3. Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwide - Science Daily
  4. World Sickle Cell Day: Black Participation in Clinical Trials Impact Search for Cure - NBCNews.com
  5. Among Latino Groups, Puerto Ricans, Mexican American in Poorer Health - NBCNews.com
  6. 'Full Measure': Zika virus - KOMO News
  7. Allina nurses strike at Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  8. Memory Loss Caused By Alzheimer's Disease Is Reversible Through A Systems-Based Treatment Approach [Study] - The Inquisitr
  9. Two more ex-defense ministers attack Netanyahu - Jerusalem Post Israel News
  10. Neighbors warned of Pa. man hiding 12 girls in home - New York Daily News
  11. Video emerges of Disney worker restraining alligator near ride - Fox News
  12. Despite previous blowouts, Cleveland Cavalierss-Golden State Warriors Game 7 could be a classic - FOXSports.com
  13. US to release partial transcripts of Florida club gunman's calls - Reuters
  14. Anton Yelchin: From Charlie Bartlett to Star Trek, his most memorable roles - Entertainment Weekly
  15. How Donald Trump May Have Wasted A Monthlong Advantage Over Hillary Clinton - NPR
  16. Trump says profiling is 'not the worst thing to do' - CNN
  17. Lucky Switzerland reach knockout stage with France draw
  18. Albania's knockout hopes still alive in debut tournament
  19. Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwide - Science Daily
  20. Does Exercise Boost Your Memory? It Might, But It Takes A While - Bustle
  21. World Sickle Cell Day: Black Participation in Clinical Trials Impact Search for Cure - NBCNews.com
  22. Among Latino Groups, Puerto Ricans, Mexican American in Poorer Health - NBCNews.com
  23. Orlando marks week after Pulse massacre: tears and questions - USA TODAY
  24. 'Full Measure': Zika virus - KOMO News
  25. Allina nurses strike starts at Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  26. Memory Loss Caused By Alzheimer's Disease Is Reversible Through A Systems-Based Treatment Approach [Study] - The Inquisitr
  27. 30 Years After Basketball Star Len Bias' Death, Its Drug War Impact Endures - NBC Bay Area
  28. 13 children, one adult die when Russian tour boats capsize - CNN
  29. Anti-Immigration Poster Denounced by a Top 'Brexit' Advocate - New York Times
  30. Anton Yelchin: From Charlie Bartlett to Star Trek, his most memorable roles - Entertainment Weekly
  31. NRA officials split with Trump on wisdom of armed club-goers - CNN
  32. US to release partial transcripts of Florida club gunman's calls - Reuters
  33. An expensive reminder that Sanders still hasn't dropped out: His Secret Service detail - Washington Post
  34. November is fast becoming what the GOP fears: A referendum on Trump - Washington Post
  35. Romania make five changes for Albania game
  36. Switzerland bring in teenage striker, France change five
  37. Cancer survivors celebrated at Relay for Life of Ottawa County - Port Clinton News Herald
  38. Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwide - Science Daily
  39. Does Exercise Boost Your Memory? It Might, But It Takes A While - Bustle
  40. World Sickle Cell Day: Black Participation in Clinical Trials Impact Search for Cure - NBCNews.com
  41. Among Latino Groups, Puerto Ricans, Mexican American in Poorer Health - NBCNews.com
  42. 'Full Measure': Zika virus - KOMO News
  43. Nurses at 5 Minneapolis-Area Hospitals Begin Weeklong Strike - ABC News
  44. Memory loss caused by Alzheimer's disease can be reversed to some extent: Research - NH Voice
  45. 13 children, camp counselor die in Russian boating accident - Washington Post
  46. Disney's liability, prior knowledge questioned - USA TODAY
  47. Brexit Poses Multiple Risks to Europe's Stability - Wall Street Journal
  48. Neighbors had concerns about man living with 12 girls - USA TODAY
  49. Donald Trump Calls for Racial Profiling to Stop Terrorists - New York Times
  50. Anton Yelchin, Star Trek's Chekov, Dies in a Car Crash at Age 27 - E! Online
  51. Transcripts of Calls With Orlando Gunman Will Be Released - New York Times
  52. How Donald Trump May Have Wasted A Monthlong Advantage Over Hillary Clinton - NPR
  53. Mayer puts injury struggles behind him to win Halle title
  54. Cancer survivors celebrated at Relay for Life of Ottawa County - Port Clinton News Herald
  55. Does Exercise Boost Your Memory? It Might, But It Takes A While - Bustle
  56. Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwide - Science Daily
  57. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  58. World Sickle Cell Day: Black Participation in Clinical Trials Impact Search for Cure - NBCNews.com
  59. 'Full Measure': Zika virus - KOMO News
  60. Gallery: Strike to protest Allina's demand for changes to health insurance. - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  61. Memory loss caused by Alzheimer's disease can be reversed to some extent: Research - NH Voice
  62. Disney's liability, prior knowledge questioned - USA TODAY
  63. Man charged after 12 girls found in his house in Pennsylvania - USA TODAY
  64. Israel Approves $20 Million in Funding for Settlements in West Bank - New York Times
  65. 13 children, camp counselor die in Russian boating accident - Washington Post
  66. Singer from Mexican Version of The Voice Dies After Being Shot on His Birthday - People Magazine
  67. Trump says profiling is 'not the worst thing to do' - CNN
  68. Transcripts of Calls With Orlando Gunman Will Be Released - New York Times
  69. How Donald Trump May Have Wasted A Monthlong Advantage Over Hillary Clinton - NPR
  70. Murray downs Raonic to win record fifth Queen's title
  71. Stories of battles lost, won and ongoing against cancer: fundraiser creates friendships - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  72. Sickle Cell Disease Isn't Laughable, But It Has a Comedic Ambassador --- Kier "Junior" Spates - Huffington Post
  73. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  74. Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwide - Science Daily
  75. The key to boosting memory? You may be surprised - BABW News
  76. Could your child return home from summer camp with Zika? - Deseret News
  77. Gallery: Strike to protest Allina's demand for changes to health insurance. - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  78. Scientists discover memory loss reversal for Alzheimer's - Pulse Headlines
  79. Warriors hoping Steph Curry saves best for last - ESPN
  80. Disney's liability, prior knowledge questioned - USA TODAY
  81. Man charged after 12 girls found in his house in Pennsylvania - USA TODAY
  82. Massive protest on Okinawa opposes U.S. military after killing - Military Times
  83. Trump hits 'hostile' media, 'rogue' Scarborough, 'disappointed' in McConnell - Fox News
  84. Attorney general: Government to release some 911 calls with Orlando shooter - Washington Post
  85. After the EU referendum: What happens next? - BBC News
  86. An expensive reminder that Sanders still hasn't dropped out: His Secret Service detail - Washington Post
  87. Rosberg cruises to victory in Azerbaijan
  88. Summer Solstice 2016 - Date and Peak Times: What You Need to Know About This Year's Solstice; Festivals Around the World
  89. Pastor Beaten During Church Service Amid Rising Persecution in Pakistan
  90. Astronaut Tim Peake Returns Home After 6 Months in Space: 'Wonderful to be Back in the Fresh Air'
  91. Silent on Zika - Philly.com
  92. Stories of battles lost, won and ongoing against cancer: fundraiser creates friendships - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  93. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  94. Could your child return home from summer camp with Zika? - Deseret News
  95. Sickle Cell Disease Isn't Laughable, But It Has a Comedic Ambassador --- Kier "Junior" Spates - Huffington Post
  96. Memory power can be improved with high intensity workout: Research - NH Voice
  97. Allina nurses strike starts at Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  98. Personalized treatment could improve outcomes for Alzheimer's disease sufferers - NH Voice
  99. Porsche win Le Mans after last lap Toyota agony
  100. Lowry extends U.S. Open lead to four shots
  101. Silent on Zika - Philly.com
  102. With laps and luminaires, Relay for Life battles cancer - The Register Star
  103. Could your child return home from summer camp with Zika? - Deseret News
  104. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  105. Sickle Cell Disease Isn't Laughable, But It Has a Comedic Ambassador --- Kier "Junior" Spates - Huffington Post
  106. This will improve your memory instantly - Morning Ticker
  107. Allina nurses strike starts at Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  108. Personalized treatment could improve outcomes for Alzheimer's disease sufferers - NH Voice
  109. Singer on Mexican 'The Voice' dies in Chicago after shooting - New York Daily News
  110. Sunday Shootaround: The Game 7 stakes couldn't be higher for LeBron or the Warriors - SB Nation
  111. Slain British MP Jo Cox honored as EU referendum campaigning resumes - CNN
  112. Orlando, Donald Trump, Golden State Warriors: Your Weekend Briefing - New York Times
  113. Huge protest on Okinawa opposes US military after killing - USA TODAY
  114. November is fast becoming what the GOP fears: A referendum on Trump - Washington Post
  115. After Brexit: Roadmap for a leap in the dark - Reuters
  116. How Donald Trump May Have Wasted A Monthlong Advantage Over Hillary Clinton - NPR
  117. Maine health centers to get more than $1.5M for oral health - Washington Times
  118. With laps and luminaires, Relay for Life battles cancer - The Register Star
  119. Silent on Zika - Philly.com
  120. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  121. Sickle Cell Disease Isn't Laughable, But It Has a Comedic Ambassador --- Kier "Junior" Spates - Huffington Post
  122. Memory power can be improved with high intensity workout: Research - NH Voice
  123. Memory loss caused by Alzheimer's disease can be reversed with combination therapy - NH Voice
  124. Allina nurses strike starts at Twin Cities hospitals - Minneapolis Star Tribune
  125. Orlando Shooting Funeral Procession Hit By Car, Officers Injured - Huffington Post
  126. Jo Cox attack: Murder suspect gives name as 'death to traitors' in court - CNN
  127. Singer known from Mexico's 'The Voice' fatally shot in Chicago - Chicago Tribune
  128. Slain British MP Jo Cox honored as EU referendum campaigning resumes - CNN
  129. RNC delegates launch 'Anybody but Trump' drive - CNN
  130. Orlando, Donald Trump, Golden State Warriors: Your Weekend Briefing - New York Times
  131. Huge protest on Okinawa opposes US military after killing - USA TODAY
  132. How Donald Trump May Have Wasted A Monthlong Advantage Over Hillary Clinton - NPR
  133. BRIEF-Hunan Jingfeng Pharmaceutical to pay 2015 dividend on June 23
  134. Immigration, abortion, race rulings due at U.S. Supreme Court
  135. Russian Sports minister says IAAF should be disbanded: R-Sport
  136. Maine health centers to get more than $1.5M for oral health - Washington Times
  137. With laps and luminaires, Relay for Life battles cancer - The Register Star
  138. Silent on Zika - Philly.com
  139. World Sickle Cell Day: 'I came home to die' - Jamaica Gleaner
  140. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  141. Memory power can be improved with high intensity workout: Research - NH Voice
  142. 4800 nurses set to strike Sunday at 5 Twin Cities hospitals - Appeal-Democrat
  143. Memory loss caused by Alzheimer's disease can be reversed with combination therapy - NH Voice
  144. BRIEF-Avita says 2015 dividend record date is July 10
  145. BRIEF-Joben Bio-Medical gets patent in U.S
  146. BRIEF-Joben Bio-Medical gets patent in Taiwan
  147. BRIEF-Joben Bio-Medical gets patent in China
  148. Kremlin: UK assertion we sanctioned Euro 2016 fan violence is hysteria - Ifax
  149. Maine health centers to get more than $1.5M for oral health - Washington Times
  150. With laps and luminaires, Relay for Life battles cancer - The Register Star
  151. Silent on Zika - Philly.com
  152. World Sickle Cell Day: 'I came home to die' - Jamaica Gleaner
  153. Well-timed exercise might improve learning - Geo News, Pakistan
  154. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  155. 4800 nurses set to strike Sunday at 5 Twin Cities hospitals - Omaha World-Herald
  156. Memory loss caused by Alzheimer's disease can be reversed with combination therapy - NH Voice
  157. Troubled. Quiet. Macho. Angry. The volatile life of the Orlando shooter. - Washington Post
  158. First Family's National Parks Vacation Highlights Obama's Environmental Push - NBCNews.com
  159. November is fast becoming what the GOP fears: A referendum on Trump. - Washington Post
  160. Former Vanderbilt football player convicted of rape - The Boston Globe
  161. Jo Cox attack: Murder suspect gives name as 'death to traitors' in court - CNN
  162. Donald Trump supporters brave triple-digit heat to see their candidate - ABC15 Arizona
  163. ANALYSIS - European history hovers close to reverse gear - Reuters
  164. Sanders Supporters Seek Ways to Keep 'Bernie' Movement Alive - Wall Street Journal
  165. BRIEF-Body Organ Biomedical to issue new shares to enrich operating funds
  166. Men's Health Month is an opportunity to raise awareness - Idaho State Journal
  167. With laps and luminaires, Relay for Life battles cancer - The Register Star
  168. Silent on Zika - Philly.com
  169. World Sickle Cell Day: 'I came home to die' - Jamaica Gleaner
  170. Exercising 4 hours after learning improves memory: study - Maine News Online
  171. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  172. 4800 nurses set to strike Sunday at 5 Twin Cities hospitals - Omaha World-Herald
  173. Research Reveals Possibility Of Memory Restoration In Alzheimer's Patients - PerfScience
  174. Singer known from Mexico's 'The Voice' fatally shot in Chicago - Chicago Tribune
  175. November is fast becoming what the GOP fears: A referendum on Trump. - Washington Post
  176. Obama Calls for Protection of National Parks, Envy of the World - Bloomberg
  177. Jo Cox attack: Murder suspect gives name as 'death to traitors' in court - CNN
  178. Trump rally draws 6000 in Phoenix - Tucson News Now
  179. David Cameron: 'No turning back' on EU vote - BBC News
  180. Brandon Vandenburg found guilty on counts of rape, sexual battery - ESPN
  181. Hillary Who? Progressive activists not ready for Clinton - CNN
  182. What's the Best Bread for People with Diabetes?
  183. Food pathogen detection via handheld 'nanoflower' biosensor
  184. Maine health centers to get more than $1.5M for oral health - Washington Times
  185. Stories of battles lost, won and ongoing against cancer: fundraiser creates friendships - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  186. Men's Health Month is an opportunity to raise awareness - Idaho State Journal
  187. Virginia Mason warns 650 of possible hepatitis B exposure - The Columbian
  188. Exercising Four Hours After Learning a New Material Could Improve Memory, Study Shows - Nature World News
  189. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  190. 4800 nurses set to strike Sunday at 5 Twin Cities hospitals - Omaha World-Herald
  191. Research Reveals Possibility Of Memory Restoration In Alzheimer's Patients - PerfScience
  192. David Cameron: 'No turning back' on EU vote - BBC News
  193. Singer known from Mexico's 'The Voice' fatally shot in Chicago - Chicago Tribune
  194. Man facing sex charge after 12 girls found living in his home - CNN
  195. In Yosemite, Obama presses climate change during pitch for national parks - Washington Post
  196. Jo Cox attack: Murder suspect gives name as 'death to traitors' in court - CNN
  197. Orderly Trump rally in Phoenix targets Democrats, gun control - Arizona Daily Star
  198. Brandon Vandenburg found guilty on counts of rape, sexual battery - ESPN
  199. Trump accuses Jeb Bush of plotting against him and appears to slam Cruz - Washington Post
  200. Motor racing: Toyota lead Le Mans into the morning
  201. Formula One? For amateur boxers, Baku is all about Rio
  202. Mom Sees Facebook Video, Realizes Her Daughter Is In Danger - Western Journalism
  203. Men's Health Month is an opportunity to raise awareness - Idaho State Journal
  204. Stories of battles lost, won and ongoing against cancer: fundraiser creates friendships - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  205. Virginia Mason warns 650 of possible hepatitis B exposure - The Columbian
  206. Exercising Four Hours After Learning a New Material Could Improve Memory, Study Shows - Nature World News
  207. LGBT Latinos Count The Cost of The Orlando Massacre - Daily Beast
  208. 4800 nurses set to strike Sunday at 5 Twin Cities hospitals - Washington Post
  209. Research Reveals Possibility Of Memory Restoration In Alzheimer's Patients - PerfScience
  210. Jo Cox attack: Murder suspect gives name as 'death to traitors' in court - CNN
  211. In Chicago, Sanders supporters commiserate and plot their next moves - Washington Post
  212. Search for answers after 12 Pennsylvania girls rescued - CBS News
  213. Singer known from Mexico's 'The Voice' fatally shot in Chicago - Chicago Tribune
  214. Trump accuses Jeb Bush of plotting against him and appears to slam Cruz - Washington Post
  215. Trump Tells Phoenix Crowd: 'I Feel Like a Supermodel' - NBCNews.com
  216. First Family's National Parks Vacation Highlights Obama's Environmental Push - NBCNews.com
  217. Brandon Vandenburg found guilty on counts of rape, sexual battery - ESPN
  218. Villa on target again as NYCFC beat Union
  219. Ex-Vanderbilt football player found guilty in rape trial
  220. At least 650 dialysis patients at Seattle hospital possibly exposed to hepatitis B - Fox News
  221. 'Socially Awkward' Dog In Pool Party Video Goes Viral: Beya Has Something To Teach All Of Us - Tech Times
  222. Maine health centers to get more than $1.5M for oral health - Washington Times
  223. Stories of battles lost, won and ongoing against cancer: fundraiser creates friendships - WatertownDailyTimes.com
  224. Help exists for treating prostate cancer - Herald Zeitung
  225. Exercising Four Hours After Learning a New Material Could Improve Memory, Study Shows - Nature World News
  226. Research Reveals Possibility Of Memory Restoration In Alzheimer's Patients - PerfScience
  227. Puerto Rico could see hundreds with Zika birth defects, CDC says - WJXT Jacksonville
  228. Gay Pride Events Festive But Some Concerned After Orlando - NBCNews.com
  229. Southern California wildfire spreads as blazes hit parched states - Reuters
  230. Elizabeth Warren Slams Donald Trump: He's a 'Thin-Skinned, Racist Bully' - NBCNews.com
  231. Man facing sex charge after 12 girls found living in his home - CNN
  232. First Family's National Parks Vacation Highlights Obama's Environmental Push - NBCNews.com
  233. Victim testifies for third time in Vanderbilt rape trial - The Tennessean
  234. Trump accuses Jeb Bush of plotting against him and appears to slam Cruz - Washington Post
  235. Are the media complicit in mass shootings? - Los Angeles Times
  236. England super-subs primed to start against Slovakia
  237. Messi matches record as Argentina win Copa quarter-final
  238. 'Socially Awkward' Dog In Pool Party Video Goes Viral: Beya Has Something To Teach All Of Us - Tech Times
  239. At least 650 dialysis patients at Seattle hospital possibly exposed to hepatitis B - Fox News
  240. Maine health centers to get more than $1.5M for oral health - Washington Times
  241. Relay for hope, relay for life - Eagle-Tribune
  242. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  243. Exercising Four Hours After Learning a New Material Could Improve Memory, Study Shows - Nature World News
  244. New, Targeted Treatment For Alzheimer's May Reverse Memory Loss - Immortal News
  245. Three charged after counter-terror raids in Belgium - BBC News
  246. Colorado mother fights off mountain lion that attacked her 5-year-old son - Washington Post
  247. Gay Pride Events Festive But Some Concerned After Orlando - NBCNews.com
  248. Police search Lower Southampton house where 12 children were found - Bucks County Courier Times
  249. Sherpa Fire: Hundreds of Structures Threatened as Santa Barbara County Wildfire Grows to 7800 Acres - KTLA
  250. First Family's National Parks Vacation Highlights Obama's Environmental Push - NBCNews.com