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  1. Orlando Medical Examiner: 'Take a Typical Homicide Scene, Multiply It by 50' - New York Times
  2. Philadelphia is 1st major American city with soda tax - Washington Post
  3. John McCain: Obama is 'directly responsible' for Orlando attack - Washington Post
  4. Read Bernie Sanders' Speech to Supporters - TIME
  5. 'Our hearts are broken, too': Obama visits survivors of Orlando rampage - Washington Post
  6. Attacker Kills UK Lawmaker, Throws Brexit Debate Into Disarray - Wall Street Journal
  7. 'Old Girl' Davies turns back clock at Meijer LPGA Classic
  8. EASTVALE: Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus - Press-Enterprise
  9. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  10. This socially awkward dog is the introvert in all of us: Watch the clip - Today.com
  11. Alzheimer's patients forget, we should remember - Washington Times
  12. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  13. Nearly $10 million in federal grants awarded to Florida health centers, groups - Miami Herald
  14. Teen with autism receives 10000 birthday cards after plea - Los Angeles Times
  15. Kim Kardashian Admits to Going Through O.J. Simpson's Infamous Louis Vuitton Bag: What Did She Find? - E! Online
  16. Man says he survived gator attack at Disney resort when he was 8 - New York Daily News
  17. Hugh Hewitt: Clinton's the real risk. If we want to stop her, we can't dump Trump. - Washington Post
  18. Senate close to votes on gun-control measures but no bipartisan agreement in sight - Washington Post
  19. The Upshot|Soda Tax Passes in Philadelphia. Advocates Ask: Who's Next? - New York Times
  20. Orlando shooter texted wife during attack, source says - CNN
  21. 'Our hearts are broken, too': Obama visits survivors of Orlando rampage - Washington Post
  22. British lawmaker dies after shooting and stabbing attack that stuns nation - Washington Post
  23. UK cost agency speeds approval of Bristol melanoma drug cocktail
  24. UPDATE 1-U.S. taxable bond funds record largest 2016 withdrawals -Lipper
  25. Homophobic chants must stop but Copa chiefs take no action
  26. UK cost agency speeds approval of Bristol melanoma drug cocktail
  27. Study: More Heart Disease, Cancer Cases In Women Working Long Hours - CBS Local
  28. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  29. This socially awkward dog is the introvert in all of us: Watch the clip - Today.com
  30. Alzheimer's patients forget, we should remember - Washington Times
  31. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  32. Louisiana gets $4.3 million to expand dental care - NOLA.com
  33. Teen with autism receives 10000 birthday cards after plea - Los Angeles Times
  34. 3 Babies Born In The U.S. With Zika-Related Birth Defects - Huffington Post
  35. Sumner Redstone Fires Most of Viacom Board - Hollywood Reporter
  36. Donald Trump calls her 'Crooked Hillary,' but his fans just say 'b----' - Washington Post
  37. Hundreds more officers to guard Pride events in wake of Orlando shootings - Chicago Tribune
  38. The Upshot|Soda Tax Passes in Philadelphia. Advocates Ask: Who's Next? - New York Times
  39. John McCain: Obama is 'directly responsible' for Orlando attack - Washington Post
  40. Gator tragedy leaves Disney facing legal nightmare, say experts - Fox News
  41. 'Our hearts are broken, too': Obama visits survivors of Orlando rampage - Washington Post
  42. British lawmaker dies after shooting and stabbing attack that stuns nation - Washington Post
  43. Can Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches Improve Health Across the Lifespan?
  44. BRIEF-Perrigo says FDA approval of generic version of Ofirmev Acetaminophen injection
  45. BRIEF-Aac Holdings says commences development of 150-bed treatment center
  46. BRIEF-Orthopediatrics files for IPO of up to $75 mln
  47. BRIEF-Xtant Medical announces changes to executive management
  48. BRIEF-Rebiscan receives FDA clearance for pediatric vision scanner
  49. Bubba has 'good day' despite bad weather at brutal Oakmont
  50. This dog is not at all interested in swimming - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  51. Working This Many Hours A Week May Cause Serious Health Problems For Women - Elite Daily
  52. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  53. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  54. Louisiana gets $4.3 million to expand dental care - NOLA.com
  55. Teen with autism who celebrated birthday alone receives thousands of cards - USA TODAY
  56. Coffee itself isn't cancerous, but watch out for 'very hot' beverages - Chicago Tribune
  57. Shooter's body kept apart from victims, Orlando medical examiner says - Tampabay.com (blog)
  58. Sumner Redstone moves to replace 5 Viacom directors, including Dauman - USA TODAY
  59. The Upshot|Soda Tax Passes in Philadelphia. Advocates Ask: Who's Next? - New York Times
  60. John McCain: Obama is 'directly responsible' for Orlando attack - Washington Post
  61. Man attacked by alligator as boy says Disney tragedy not a first - New York Daily News
  62. Senate close to votes on gun-control measures but no bipartisan agreement in sight - Washington Post
  63. British lawmaker dies after shooting and stabbing attack that stuns nation - Washington Post
  64. BRIEF-Oculus Innovative Sciences says Q4 revenue fell 11 pct to $3.5 mln
  65. BRIEF-Glycomimetics announces proposed public offering of common stock
  66. BRIEF-Paratek says Omadacycline met primary, secondary efficacy outcomes designated by FDA and EMA
  67. BRIEF-Supernus reiterates guidance
  68. BRIEF-Immunotec Inc posts qtrly rev C$25.6 mln vs C$20 mln last year
  69. Stubborn Poland hold uninspired Germany to goalless draw
  70. Apps perform poorly to find best time for baby-making
  71. New Christian Dating Site Provides 'Romantic Escape From Persecution'
  72. Pakistani Man Beats Sister to Death With Log in 'Christian Honor Killing'
  73. From Zika to Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs: Welcome to the New Age of Contagions - The Nation.
  74. This dog is not at all interested in swimming - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  75. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  76. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  77. Teen with autism who celebrated birthday alone receives thousands of cards - USA TODAY
  78. A Funder's Push for a Game-Changing Play to Vanquish a Dread Disease - Inside Philanthropy
  79. Coffee itself isn't cancerous, but watch out for 'very hot' beverages - Chicago Tribune
  80. CDC: 6 pregnancies in Zika-infected women resulted in birth defects - Washington Post
  81. JetBlue Flight Crew Goes Extra Mile for Orlando Shooting Victim's Grandmother - NBCNews.com
  82. Sumner Redstone Fires Most of Viacom Board - Hollywood Reporter
  83. Did People Feeding the Alligators Provoke the Attack on the 2-Year-Old? - Slate Magazine
  84. Senate Democrats end marathon filibuster; leaders negotiating votes on gun-control measures - Washington Post
  85. CIA director grave warning: ISIS dangerous as ever - CNN
  86. 'Our hearts are broken, too': Obama visits survivors of Orlando rampage - Washington Post
  87. British lawmaker dies following shooting and stabbing attack that stuns nation - Washington Post
  88. 5 Tips: What You Should Know About Complementary Health Approaches for BPH
  89. UPDATE 1-Health agency reports U.S. babies with Zika-related birth defects
  90. BRIEF-Wright Medical says reconfirmed 2016 financial guidance
  91. WADA approves Kenyan anti-doping laws - Minister
  92. Mets captain Wright to have neck surgery
  93. Single motherhood tied to slightly raised heart disease risk
  94. Price, stigma may keep patients from using insurance for STDs
  95. Rehabbing Our Ideas About Addiction - Wall Street Journal
  96. Dallas County Confirms 2 News Zika Cases, Both from Travelers - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
  97. This dog is not at all interested in swimming - Atlanta Journal Constitution
  98. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  99. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  100. Teen with autism who celebrated birthday alone receives thousands of cards - USA TODAY
  101. Coffee itself isn't cancerous, but watch out for 'very hot' beverages - Chicago Tribune
  102. CDC: 6 pregnancies in Zika-infected women resulted in birth defects - Washington Post
  103. Wildfires in California, New Mexico trigger hundreds of evacuations - Reuters
  104. Oprah Endorses Hillary Clinton for President - Hollywood Reporter
  105. EgyptAir Flight 804: Cockpit voice recorder found damaged - CNN
  106. CIA director grave warning: ISIS dangerous as ever - CNN
  107. Senate Democrats end marathon filibuster; leaders negotiating votes on gun-control measures - Washington Post
  108. Neb. town weeps for Disney alligator attack victim Lane Graves - New York Daily News
  109. Obama arrives in Orlando to visit survivors of rampage; six still critically injured - Washington Post
  110. Jo Cox MP dead after shooting attack - BBC News
  111. A single species of gut bacteria can reverse autism-related social behavior in mice
  112. How fat becomes lethal, even without weight gain
  113. Pregnant women's high-fat, high-sugar diets may affect future generations
  114. Clinton outpaces rivals in drug company donations
  115. Palmer touches every player generation at Oakmont
  116. IAAF rejects new BBC claims over Coe
  117. With dementia, cognitive tests may not predict safe driving
  118. Philadelphia passes soda tax after mayor rewrites playbook
  119. Health agency reports U.S. babies with Zika-related birth defects
  120. Glastonbury Hosting American Cancer Society Relay For Life Friday, Saturday - Hartford Courant
  121. West Nile makes return to Nebraska - first case of the season - WOWT
  122. Rehabbing Our Ideas About Addiction - Wall Street Journal
  123. Dallas County Confirms 2 News Zika Cases, Both from Travelers - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
  124. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  125. Autistic teen who celebrated birthday alone receives thousands of cards - USA TODAY
  126. CDC: 6 pregnancies in Zika-infected women resulted in birth defects - Washington Post
  127. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
  128. Oprah Endorses Hillary Clinton for President - Hollywood Reporter
  129. Orlando Medical Examiner: 'Take a Typical Homicide Scene, Multiply It by 50' - New York Times
  130. CIA director grave warning: ISIS dangerous as ever - CNN
  131. Senate Democrats end marathon filibuster; leaders negotiating votes on gun-control measures - Washington Post
  132. 30 years ago another boy was attacked by an alligator at Disney. Here is his story. - Washington Post
  133. EgyptAir Flight 804: Cockpit voice recorder found damaged - CNN
  134. Obama arrives in Orlando to visit survivors of rampage; six still critically injured - Washington Post
  135. British lawmaker dies following shooting and stabbing attack that stuns nation - Washington Post
  136. UPDATE 1-Merck's Keytruda prolongs life in big lung-cancer study
  137. California's insurance head says Anthem-Cigna deal anti-competitive
  138. BRIEF-Fantasy Network announces partnership to provide Daily Fantasy Sports games to operators across Africa
  139. BRIEF-BlackRock closes on purchase of 50 pct interest in Texas Wind Project
  140. BRIEF-Moody's reviews Envision for downgrade on merger agreement with AMSURG
  141. UPDATE 1-Calif. insurance commissioner urges U.S. to block Anthem-Cigna deal
  142. Health agency reports U.S. babies with Zika-related birth defects
  143. Russian fans beat up tourists in Cologne: German media
  144. Federer races through to Halle quarters
  145. Russia decision moment of truth for IOC, IAAF, says Pound
  146. More than 1,000 suspect cases of yellow fever in DR Congo: WHO
  147. Glastonbury Hosting American Cancer Society Relay For Life Friday, Saturday - Hartford Courant
  148. Zika messaging campaigns stalled by funding flux - Politico
  149. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  150. Rehabbing Our Ideas About Addiction - Wall Street Journal
  151. Oklahoma's first 2016 case of West Nile virus reported in Pittsburg County - Tulsa World
  152. Left alone last year, teen with autism gets more than 10000 birthday cards this year - Fort Worth Star Telegram
  153. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  154. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
  155. Wildfire near California oil facility burning out of control - mySanAntonio.com
  156. CIA director grave warning: ISIS dangerous as ever - CNN
  157. 5 things I've learned from Donald Trump in the last 365 days - Washington Post
  158. 30 years ago another boy was attacked by an alligator at Disney. Here is his story. - Washington Post
  159. Voice recorder could solve mystery of doomed EgyptAir flight - USA TODAY
  160. Senator's 15-Hour Filibuster Gains 'Path Forward' on Gun Control Measures - New York Times
  161. Obama arrives in Orlando to visit survivors of rampage; six still critically injured - Washington Post
  162. British lawmaker dies following shooting and stabbing attack that stuns nation - Washington Post
  163. High-fat diet in pregnancy can affect three future generations
  164. BRIEF-Spineguard receives US FDA clearance to market PediGuard
  165. More than 1,000 suspect cases of yellow fever in DR Congo - WHO
  166. Landry three ahead at weather-hit U.S. Open
  167. Glastonbury Hosting American Cancer Society Relay For Life Friday, Saturday - Hartford Courant
  168. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  169. Zika messaging campaigns stalled by funding flux - Politico
  170. Rehabbing Our Ideas About Addiction - Wall Street Journal
  171. Mosquito-borne diseases rise with climate change - Poughkeepsie Journal
  172. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  173. Left alone last year, teen with autism gets more than 10000 birthday cards this year - Fort Worth Star Telegram
  174. Very hot drinks are 'probably carcinogenic' - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
  175. AR-15 Inventor's Family: This Was Meant to Be a Military Weapon - TIME
  176. CIA director grave warning: ISIS dangerous as ever - CNN
  177. Sources: Grand jury to investigate Orlando shooter's widow - CNN
  178. 'Unimaginable': Toddler's body recovered by divers after alligator attack at Disney resort - Washington Post
  179. Senator's 15-Hour Filibuster Gains 'Path Forward' on Gun Control Measures - New York Times
  180. Black box from doomed EgyptAir flight found, Egypt says - USA TODAY
  181. Obama's cerebral reaction to terror tested in Orlando - CNN
  182. British member of Parliament dies following shooting - Washington Post
  183. Coffee unlikely to cause cancer, but very hot drinks could
  184. BRIEF-Biotime says public offering of 7.32 mln common shares priced at $2.39 per share
  185. BRIEF-Oncosec Medical presents preliminary findings from head and neck phase II clinical trial
  186. UPDATE 1-U.S. top court puts some limits on government fraud lawsuits
  187. BRIEF-Oramed Pharmaceuticals unit enters into service agreement with XERTECS GmbH
  188. TABLE-Polish banks set for cash and shares from Visa deal - RTRS
  189. BRIEF-Theradiag says Lisa tracker launched in the us market
  190. BRIEF-Lansdowne Partners believes Grupo Ferrer's unit tender offer to buy alexza pharma's shares not fair
  191. Canada calls for Russia athletics to be banned from Rio Olympics
  192. German medal hope Buhl warns of tricky waters
  193. ISIS Beheads 4-Y-O Girl Then Forces Mother to Soak Hands in Daughter's Blood
  194. Glastonbury Hosting American Cancer Society Relay For Life Friday, Saturday - Hartford Courant
  195. More options for colon cancer screening in new guidelines - CBS News
  196. Deaths from the drug that killed Prince are skyrocketing in N.J. - NJ.com
  197. Sleep apnea tied to heart risk even after arteries are cleared - Fox News
  198. First Oklahoma case of West Nile reported for 2016 - KOKI FOX 23
  199. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule - FDA.gov
  200. Autistic woman receives over 6000 birthday cards after Facebook plea - Fox News
  201. Findings show that hot drinks could increase the risk of developing cancer - fox8.com
  202. Former Miss USA Contestant Found Dead at 37 - People Magazine
  203. Inventor of the AR-15 would be 'sickened' by mass shootings - New York Daily News
  204. CIA director warns ISIS terror capability not slowed despite battle losses - CNN
  205. 'Unimaginable': Toddler's body recovered by divers after alligator attack at Disney resort - Washington Post
  206. Britain's EU referendum campaigns suspended as lawmaker critically injured in attack - Reuters
  207. Donald Trump tests the limits of his showman style - CNN
  208. Black box from doomed EgyptAir flight found, Egypt says - USA TODAY
  209. Senator's 15-Hour Filibuster Gains 'Path Forward' on Gun Control Measures - New York Times
  210. Overeating may cause more eating by cutting off fullness signal
  211. U.S. top court sends healthcare fraud claim case back to lower court
  212. BRIEF-Cantel Medical authorizes semiannual dividend of $0.06/shr
  213. Sturridge grabs dramatic late winner for England
  214. Russian fans chief to be deported from France, three others fans jailed
  215. Christians Arrested in Nepal for Spreading the Gospel
  216. Sleep apnea tied to heart risk even after arteries are cleared - Fox News
  217. Combos snacks recalled for potential undeclared peanut allergen - Fox News
  218. Merck's Keytruda prolongs life in big lung-cancer study - Reuters
  219. Deaths from the drug that killed Prince are skyrocketing in N.J. - NJ.com
  220. More options for colon cancer screening in new guidelines - CBS News
  221. Autistic woman receives over 6000 birthday cards after Facebook plea - Fox News
  222. Findings show that hot drinks could increase the risk of developing cancer - fox8.com
  223. Taylor Swift & Tom Hiddleston: Did A Shared Love Of Cats Bring Them Together? - Hollywood Life
  224. Stanford Sexual Assault Trial Judge Benched From Upcoming Case - ABC News
  225. CIA director's chilling warning: ISIS to 'intensify' global attacks, not losing influence - Fox News
  226. Jo Cox, British Lawmaker, Critically Injured After Shooting - NBCNews.com
  227. 'Unimaginable': Toddler's body recovered by divers after alligator attack at Disney resort - Washington Post
  228. Black box from doomed EgyptAir flight found: Egypt - USA TODAY
  229. Sources: Grand jury to investigate Orlando shooter's widow - CNN
  230. The 4 moments you shouldn't miss from Senate Democrats' marathon filibuster on gun control - Washington Post
  231. The Facts on the FDA's New Tobacco Rule
  232. BRIEF-Capricor Therapeutics reports 12-month data from the dynamic clinical trial
  233. BRIEF-Immune design appoints Susan Kelley to board of directors
  234. BRIEF-InMed announces appointment of Eric Adams as CEO, president and director
  235. Corporates fail to turn up for ECB show
  236. BRIEF-Pharmacolog gets financing from Vinnova for integrating DrugLog with clinical drug system
  237. Merck's Keytruda prolongs life in big lung-cancer study
  238. Roche skin cancer drugs "too expensive", says UK cost agency
  239. Merck's Keytruda prolongs life in big lung-cancer study
  240. Roche skin cancer drugs 'too expensive', says UK cost agency
  241. Fighting prostate cancer: Treatments evolve, from robotic surgery to hormonal therapy - NJ.com
  242. 600 participate in Relay For Life in Ramsey - NorthJersey.com
  243. Sleep apnea tied to heart risk even after arteries are cleared - Fox News
  244. More options for colon cancer screening in new guidelines - CBS News
  245. Deaths from the drug that killed Prince are skyrocketing in N.J. - NJ.com
  246. Combos snacks recalled for potential undeclared peanut allergen - Fox News
  247. UN: Coffee no longer deemed possible carcinogen - Fox News
  248. Taylor Swift, Calvin Harris delete all traces of romance on social media - USA TODAY
  249. Islamic State committing genocide against Yazidis: UN - Reuters
  250. EgyptAir jet wreckage found, but key pieces still missing - CBS News