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  1. Democrats Remain Optimistic About Senate, Gubernatorial Races
  2. Why Do Ebola Mortality Rates Vary So Widely?
  3. Brad Pitt grilled on 'Friends,' Angelina Jolie and Hitler - San Jose Mercury News
  4. Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Bumps Ebola Effort to $100 Million - NBCNews.com
  5. Boko Haram Said to Abduct More Women - New York Times
  6. Cost of first lady's Thursday visit unknown - The Coloradoan
  7. Secret Service guard dogs are in spotlight after latest White House fence jumping - Washington Post
  8. 3 killed in Maryland aircraft collision - Fox News
  9. New York tests doctor who was in West Africa for Ebola - Reuters
  10. Canadian police see no apparent links in Quebec, Ottawa attacks - Reuters
  11. UNC Chancellor: Report Reveals 'Shocking Lack' Of Checks And Balances
  12. For U.S. Queen Of Alligator-Skin Goods, Business Is Booming
  13. Report Says UNC Grade-Boosting Scandal Involved Fake Classes
  14. Latin Roots: Essential Latin Jazz
  15. Cardinal Sons On Mountain Stage
  16. In North Carolina, Latino Voters Could Decide Tight Senate Race
  17. U.S.-Led Strikes In Syria Have Killed 553, Activists Say
  18. What to Watch in the Day Ahead - Friday, Oct. 24
  19. U.S. government grants five open Ebola waste permits
  20. UPDATE 1-Nigeria pledges 600 volunteers as Africa steps up Ebola fight
  21. 'Exposure therapy' helps patients with prolonged grief
  22. U.S. government grants five open Ebola waste permits
  23. U.S. urges judge to dismiss cholera lawsuit against United Nations
  24. New York City says hospital testing doctor with Ebola-like symptoms
  25. Wild Beasts: A 'Beautiful Truth' In A Beautiful Bar
  26. Terrorist Calls for Lone-Wolf Acts Precede Ottawa Attacks - Businessweek
  27. New York City says hospital testing healthcare worker for Ebola - Reuters
  28. Teen Roskana Sikorski Backed by Parents She Allegedly Plotted to Kill - NBCNews.com
  29. Dow's best day of 2014: Gain touches 300 points - USA TODAY
  30. Boko Harm Abducts More Women, Despite Claims of Nigeria Cease-Fire - New York Times
  31. North Carolina Senate Race Challenges Status Quo of Public Education - U.S. News & World Report
  32. Man apprehended after jumping White House fence - Businessweek
  33. ISIS Inc.: US official reveals how terror network makes its millions - Fox News
  34. Parliament The Day After: A Canadian Lawmaker Describes The Ordeal
  35. Aretha Franklin's New Album Further Proves She’s Queen Of Cover Songs
  36. How To Sell Bogus Health Cures In 5 Easy Steps
  37. You'll Want To Accept The Dinner Invitation To 'The Immortal Evening'
  38. Fly Golden Eagle: 'Stepping Stone'
  39. Blog Post » Depression, Daughters, and Cellular Aging
  40. BRIEF-Boiron reports Q3 revenue of 172.1 mln euros versus 169.5 mln euros last year
  41. Nigeria to send 600 volunteers to Ebola-hit countries -minister
  42. BRIEF-Vetoquinol reports Q3 2014 sales of 82.2 mln euros, up 11 pct
  43. BRIEF-Genticel not to recognise yet any revenue from operations
  44. NHL: Postponed Ottawa game rescheduled for November 9
  45. New-fashioned Giants built on winning formula
  46. NFL says it's 'on track' in 15-year plan to field London team
  47. Facebook's Zuckerberg Speaks Chinese To Mixed Reviews
  48. 'Test Kitchen': How To Buy The Safest Meat And Make The Juiciest Steaks
  49. US to track everyone coming from Ebola nations - SFGate
  50. UPDATE 2-Suspected Boko Haram fighters kidnap 25 girls in northeast Nigeria - Reuters
  51. US stocks jump following strong corporate earnings - Toledo Blade
  52. 8 Fast Facts About The UNC Academic Fraud Scandal - CBS Local
  53. US Strikes Cut Into ISIS Oil Revenues, Treasury Official Says - New York Times
  54. Secret Service guard dogs are in spotlight after latest White House fence jumping - Washington Post
  55. Canadian PM to Parliament: 'We will not run scared' - USA TODAY
  56. BRIEF-Stentys reports Q3 revenue of 0.88 mln euros versus 0.77 mln euros last year
  57. BRIEF-Genmab to receive $10 million milestone payment from Janssen
  58. Spanish hospital releases five patients under watch for Ebola
  59. Rhoen share buyback program accepted by 6.35 pct of capital
  60. BRIEF-Guerbet reports Q3 revenue of 99.9 mln euros versus 96 mln euros last year
  61. Cafe Tacvba's Groundbreaking Influence, Then And Now
  62. TVM Capital plans $200 mln investment in UAE healthcare portfolio
  63. UPDATE 1-Insurer Epic offers Ebola cover for U.S. health and emergency workers
  64. BRIEF-Stallergenes reports flat Q3 revenue of 45.7 mln euros
  65. Schumacher has made progress, says doctor
  66. Political will key to Beckham's MLS Miami plan: Garber
  67. Blue-light blocking glasses may help sleep after screen time
  68. Amber Vinson Update: Ebola Virus No Longer Detected in Her Body, Vinson to Continue Treatment
  69. Immigration Reform 2014 Update: Senate Democrats Urge Homeland Security to Protect Mothers and Children in Need of Asylum
  70. 'Test Kitchen': How To Buy The Safest Meat And Make The Juiciest Steaks
  71. Song Premiere, Robin Bacior, 'If It Does'
  72. Great Danes: Three Symphonic Albums By Danish Composers
  73. Canadian PM to Parliament: 'We will not run scared' - USA TODAY
  74. US jobless aid applications rise to 283000 - Salt Lake Tribune
  75. US Stocks Rally on Strong Earnings - Wall Street Journal
  76. Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino arraigned in tax fraud case; trial date set - The Star-Ledger
  77. US: Islamic State earns $1M per day in black market oil sales - Fox News
  78. Secret Service guard dogs are in spotlight after latest White House fence jumping - Washington Post
  79. Massive cheating scandal at UNC involved athletes - SFGate
  80. Hiss Golden Messenger On World Cafe
  81. Why California's Drought-Stressed Fruit May Be Better For You
  82. Mark Zuckerberg Shows Off His Mandarin Chinese Skills
  83. Blizzard In Nepal Deals A Blow To Porters As Well As Trekkers
  84. Johnny Winter, 'Death Letter'
  85. Ottawa Attack Seen As Canada's Security Wake-Up Call
  86. I'll (Gag) Drink To That: Oral Rehydration Key For Ebola Patients
  87. Six in quarantine in Connecticut as U.S. steps up Ebola checks
  88. Olympian Jim Thorpe's remains should not be moved: U.S. court
  89. UPDATE 1-WHO wary of screening arriving passengers for Ebola, but no ban
  90. UPDATE 1-WHO concerned but "reasonably confident" on international Ebola spread
  91. Six in quarantine in Connecticut as U.S. steps up Ebola checks
  92. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  93. How the Penguins and the NHL honored Ottawa shooting victims - Christian Science Monitor
  94. Suspected Boko Haram fighters kidnap 25 girls from northeast Nigeria - Jerusalem Post
  95. Clouds may spoil partial solar eclipse viewing in Chicago - Chicago Sun-Times
  96. US jobless claims rise 17K, but still lowest since 2000 - Christian Science Monitor
  97. US: Islamic State earns $1M per day in black market oil sales - Fox News
  98. WH fence jumper charged with assault, making threats - USA TODAY
  99. Israel: Hamas praises Jerusalem attack which killed baby girl - euronews
  100. Massive cheating scandal at UNC - Greensburg Daily News
  101. Canada's new reality: Homegrown terrorism - USA TODAY
  102. Canada's Parliament Gives Sergeant-At-Arms Standing Ovation
  103. You're Enjoying Low Gas Prices, But Is It Really A Good Sign?
  104. Girl Scouts Look For A Way Out Of The Woods
  105. WHO wary of screening arriving passengers for Ebola, but no ban
  106. WHO concerned but "reasonably confident" on international Ebola spread
  107. Gulati backs Klinsmann after MLS dispute
  108. Fixing 'Ebolanomics' in pursuit of vaccines and drugs
  109. WHO concerned but 'reasonably confident' on international Ebola spread
  110. Two doctor visits a year linked to better blood pressure control
  111. Boko Haram Kidnaps 60 Women Despite Ceasefire Reports, Continues Killings in Nigeria
  112. 1500 athletes in grades scam - Albany Times Union
  113. It Shouldn't Take Another Tragedy To Reform the Secret Service - TIME
  114. How to win 99.6% of the vote - The Economist
  115. ISIS takes control of air-drop zone outside Kobani - Fox News
  116. US Jobless Claims Remain Near 14-Year Lows - Wall Street Journal
  117. 1976 Apple 1 Computer Sells for $905000 - Businessweek
  118. Islamic State 'best-funded' terrorist group on earth: Treasury Dept. - Washington Times
  119. 'Season Of The Witch' Shines A (Black)Light On The Occult In Rock
  120. Accentuate The Positive
  121. Lake Street Dive: I Love The '90s
  122. Very Confused TV Guide
  123. IQ Test
  124. Presidential Keywords
  125. UPDATE 1-Alexion Pharma quarterly adj profit beats, raises forecast again
  126. U.S. court upholds patents on Pfizer's cancer drug
  127. Olympics: IOC has no concerns over Kosovo recognition
  128. Archbishop of York Reveals 'Deep Shame' Over Church of England's Failure to Investigate Child Abuse Reports
  129. WHO wary of screening arriving passengers for Ebola, but no ban
  130. U.S. court upholds patents on Pfizer's cancer drug
  131. Williams back to her best in Bouchard battering
  132. Experts to test if survivors' serum can help Ebola patients
  133. Lake Street Dive: My Beautiful Balloon
  134. Celebrity Wedding Announcements
  135. Wall Street rallies on Caterpillar, 3M results - Reuters
  136. Deadly attacks hit Quetta city in Pakistan - BBC News
  137. Newseum to feature Ben Bradlee's history in journalism with special program - Daily Journal
  138. North Korea Steps Up Ebola Measures, Possibly Bans Foreign Tourists - Huffington Post
  139. Investigation reveals US university let athletes take fake classes - Telegraph.co.uk
  140. Islamic State Recaptures Hill Near Kobani - Wall Street Journal
  141. Man stopped after scaling White House fence - USA TODAY
  142. Pal says Ottawa gunman wanted to go to Middle East, seemed 'mentally ill' - Fox News
  143. Scott Walker + Sunn O))), 'Brando'
  144. Scientists Fight For Superbug Research As U.S. Pauses Funding
  145. Family Says Nurse Amber Vinson Free Of Ebola
  146. Pop Culture Happy Hour, Small Batch: Announcing Our Biggest Live Show Yet
  147. Details Emerge Of Alleged Assailant In Canadian Parliament Attack
  148. Finding Food Allergens Where They Shouldn't Be
  149. Celgene 3rd quarter profit up 37 percent; edges above forecast
  150. UPDATE 1-Celgene 3rd quarter profit up 37 pct; edges above forecast
  151. BRIEF-Fresenius nominates Allianz CEO Diekmann for supervisory board
  152. Olesen, Wade share Perth lead after course record rounds
  153. Gay community under attack in Liberia over Ebola outbreak
  154. Pakistan Supreme Court Could Overturn Christian Mother Asia Bibi's Death Sentence Despite Radical Pressure, Says International Christian Concern
  155. Ottawa pushes for business as usual after shootings - Reuters
  156. Man stopped after scaling White House fence - USA TODAY
  157. The UNC fake class investigation and the 'the myth of the student-athlete' - Washington Post
  158. US jobless claims data point to firming labor market - Reuters
  159. Toddler Rescued After Climbing Inside Claw Toy Vending Machine (VIDEO) - People Magazine
  160. Royals beat Giants, even World Series at 1-1 - San Jose Mercury News
  161. Syria air strikes 'kill 500 jihadists' - Telegraph.co.uk
  162. Alaska lawmaker's suicide remarks offend students - WLKY Louisville
  163. #ColorFacts: A Weird Little Lesson, In Rainbow Order
  164. Outside Group Sends Blunt Message In N.C. Senate Race
  165. Behind The Scenes: Ethics Of Wolf Wars And Turtle Travels
  166. Frying with olive oil better than seed oil for health
  167. 'Republic Of Imagination' Sings The Praises Of Literature
  168. Lilly profit plunges as cheaper generics take toll
  169. Canada Parliament Shooting: Gunman Confirmed as Recent Convert to Islam
  170. Alexion Pharma quarterly adj profit beats, raises forecast again
  171. US STOCKS-Futures inch up, indicating rebound; earnings awaited
  172. BRIEF-Beijing SL Pharma's Q3 profit up 16.6 pct at 173.6 mln yuan
  173. UPDATE 1-Lilly profit plunges as cheaper generics take toll
  174. BRIEF-Tianjin Chase Sun Pharma's Q3 net profit up 29.6 pct
  175. The Most Pressing Questions About the Ottawa Shooting - ABC News
  176. White House intruder Dominic Adesanya scales fence, caught by K-9 units after ... - New York Daily News
  177. US-led air strikes killed 521 fighters, 32 civilians in Syria: monitor - Reuters
  178. Suspected murder-suicide at Ben Taub pharmacy - Houston Chronicle
  179. 38-year-old Apple I computer auctioned for $905000 - Times of India
  180. Gunmen Attack Minority Shia Muslims in Pakistan - Wall Street Journal
  181. Watergate Lessons: Bob Woodward and Ben Bradlee on the pressures of ... - Fox News
  182. Don't Want to Wait for An Inbox Invite? These Email Apps Give You Its Best ... - TIME
  183. Amplifon 9-month EBITDA up 18 pct as Europe, Asia sales rise
  184. BRIEF-Straumann CFO sees 2014 EBIT margin between 20 and 21 pct
  185. Diet for your DNA: novel nutrition plan sparks debate around data protection
  186. 'US trans fat intake has decreased, but not enough'
  187. Herbie Hancock: 'On A Path To Find My Own Answer'
  188. MTU says business case for A380 engine upgrade 'challenging'
  189. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  190. UPDATE 1-Drugmakers may need indemnity for fast-tracked Ebola vaccines
  191. BRIEF-Zhangzhou Pientzehuang Pharma's 9-mth net profit down 15.9 pct
  192. BRIEF-China's Aier Eye Hospital Q3 net profit up 38.4 pct
  193. Caterham F1 factory closed, team's fate in the balance
  194. Williams on verge of year-end No. 1 ranking after Sharapova loses
  195. Wozniacki close to semis after Radwanska victory
  196. How Much Would You Pay For A Putin-Themed Music Box?
  197. Wave Away Math Homework With An App
  198. In the West, a Growing List of Attacks Linked to Islamic Extremism - New York Times
  199. Man apprehended after scaling White House fence in latest security breach - Fox News
  200. Jury: Ex-Blackwater contractors guilty in 'outrageous' Nusoor Square shooting - CNN
  201. Big bang reforms coming post Diwali - Hindustan Times
  202. Gunmen kill eight Shiites in southwest Pakistan - gulfnews.com
  203. Blast rocks bus station in north Nigeria - Hindu Business Line
  204. Middle East Updates / US-led strikes killed 521 in Syria in last month - Haaretz
  205. To Get Women To Work In Computer Science, Schools Get Them To Class
  206. Die-Hard And Fair-Weather Fans Alike Have A Case Of Royals Fever
  207. Kenny G Deletes Tweet From His Visit To Hong Kong Protesters
  208. Hong Kong Protests Pull Attention From China's Self-Reflection
  209. Big-Spending Democrat Faces Off With Koch Brothers In Campaign Ads
  210. World's Best Bucking Bull About To Retire
  211. With Bears On The Streets, Canadian Town Cancels Halloween
  212. BRIEF-Straumann opens 2.7 pct higher after Q3 sales beat
  213. North Korea to bar foreign tourists over Ebola concerns: tour operators
  214. BRIEF-Neovacs and Kepler Cheuvreux sign a financing project
  215. BRIEF-DBV Technologies says over-allotment option exercised in full
  216. Drugmakers may need indemnity for fast-tracked Ebola vaccines
  217. Wozniacki powers past Radwanska at WTA Finals
  218. Drugmakers may need indemnity for fast-tracked Ebola vaccines
  219. Ebola Is Keeping Kids From Getting Vaccinated In Liberia
  220. Ottawa Shootings: The Day 'Canada Lost Its Innocence' - NBCNews.com
  221. Massive cheating scandal at UNC involved athletes - The Elkhart Truth
  222. China shares fall to one-month low on liquidity concerns, HK edges lower - Reuters
  223. Gunmen Attack Minority Shia Muslims in Pakistan - Wall Street Journal
  224. Mexico Mayor Suspected Over 46 Missing Teachers - Sky News
  225. Middle East Updates / US-led strikes killed 553 in Syria in last month - Haaretz
  226. US Plans 21-Day Watch of Travelers From Ebola-Hit Nations - New York Times
  227. Another man jumps White House fence, is apprehended on lawn by K-9 squad - Washington Post
  228. Nightengale: Butler ignites Royals offense in Game 2 - USA TODAY
  229. Man apprehended after jumping White House fence - Kansas City Star
  230. BRIEF-Biohit Q3 net sales down to EUR 1.2 mln
  231. BRIEF-Straumann CEO says pleased with developments in Oct
  232. BRIEF-Sectra wins order in the Netherlands
  233. BRIEF-Nordic Nanovector Q3 operating loss up to NOK 11.9 million
  234. BRIEF-Espirito Santo Saude announces UBS AG disposal of its shares
  235. BRIEF-Mertiva March - August operating loss down to SEK 0.6 million
  236. BRIEF-Spineway H1 net loss rises to 0.54 million euros
  237. Novartis reports positive results in spinal inflammation condition
  238. Journalist says corruption at the heart of Mexico's drug war - ABC Online
  239. Sax and the City: Kenny G hits sour note in China with Hong Kong visit - Daily Mail
  240. Canada PM vows crackdown after capital shocked by fatal attacks - Reuters
  241. Report finds that academic fraud at U. of North Carolina lasted nearly 20 years - Inside Higher Ed
  242. Blackwater Guards Verdict Seen as Modest U.S., Iraq Gain - Bloomberg
  243. If no checks, more Ebola cases might leave Africa - SFGate
  244. RPT-Market Chatter- Corporate finance press digest - Oct 23
  245. Mexico: Mayor linked to deadly attack on students - Times of India
  246. Man apprehended after scaling White House fence in latest security breach - Fox News
  247. Canada's PM says shooting rampage was terrorism - Businessweek
  248. UPDATE 1-Safran says Q3 revenue rises 6.8 pct
  249. Morphosys raises forecasts on Janssen Biotech milestone payment
  250. UPDATE 1-Straumann lifts full-year outlook as Q3 sales beat forecasts