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  1. Roche rules out mega deals, open to smaller ones - paper
  2. UPDATE 1-Ex-Genentech boss Levinson resigns from Roche's board
  3. BRIEF-Shanghai Dingli gets regulatory approval for assets acquisition plan
  4. BRIEF-Supersonic Imagine H1 net loss decreases to 5.0 mln euros
  5. In rat model, hyperproteic diets found to be beneficial for bones
  6. Coffee increases prediabetes risk in susceptible young adults
  7. Trying to lose weight? Spinach extract decreases cravings, aids weight loss
  8. BRIEF-Shandong Jintai's unit signs jewelry sales contract worth $56 mln
  9. BRIEF-C RAD secures order to equip radiation therapy clinic in Germany
  10. After World Cup trauma, Dunga's Brazil re-start against Colombia
  11. Bayer seeks Japanese approval for Eylea injections
  12. India battles HIV/AIDS drug shortage as some firms halt supply
  13. Family of former Chargers star Junior Seau rejects NFL concussion deal
  14. Murray buoyed by slugfest defeat by Djokovic
  15. South American giants revel in World Cup success
  16. Djokovic downs Murray to reach last four
  17. Is human breast milk microbiome 'neutral'?
  18. Gentlemen, Preschool Is Calling
  19. The Myth Of The Private Naked Selfie
  20. Samsung unpacks Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge, Gear S with eye on premium market - Indian Express
  21. Recent Gaza Hostilities Devastating Palestinian Economy: UNCTAD - Bernama
  22. Djokovic Defeats Murray in US Open Quarterfinal, Will Play Nishikori - Wall Street Journal
  23. Dem senator plans bill to approve airstrikes in Syria, as Obama hedges on plan - Fox News
  24. Ukraine, Russia in agreement on steps needed for cease-fire - Fox News
  25. Justice Department to investigate Ferguson Police Department - Fox News
  26. Ferguson Police Tactics Draw Justice Department Investigation
  27. For 'Women In Clothes,' It's Not What You Wear, It's Why You Wear It
  28. CBS's Thursday Night Football: An Ambitious Alliance With A Lot At Stake
  29. Dead Chickens, A Tiny Motor And The Story Of Alibaba
  30. Pro-fighter War Machine held in Las Vegas on 32 criminal charges
  31. J&J Ebola vaccine to start clinical trials in early 2015
  32. Serena crushes Pennetta to reach Open semi-final
  33. Patrick McEnroe steps down as head of U.S. development
  34. Marathon man Nishikori upsets Wawrinka to reach semis
  35. Serena sails through, Nishikori blazes trail for Japan
  36. Ferrari to power new Haas Formula One team
  37. INDONESIA PRESS-Sido Muncul buys stake in Yogya pharmaceutical firm -Investor Daily
  38. Gates Foundation awards $25 million to HIV vaccine research
  39. FTSE 100 firms respond to pressure for pay shake-up - study
  40. UK watchdog backs Alexion's "very expensive" drug
  41. Gates Foundation awards $25 million to HIV vaccine research
  42. Canada Ebola vaccine shipment to Africa stymied by logistics
  43. McIlroy has sights set on capping banner year in style
  44. South American giants revel in World Cup success
  45. Flu shots effective in pregnant women with or without HIV
  46. Like regular cigarettes, e-cigs a 'gateway' to harder drugs: study
  47. Uninformed breast cancer patients more apt to consider removing the other breast, too
  48. Canada Ebola vaccine shipment to Africa stymied by logistics
  49. UPDATE 2-U.S. missionary with Ebola identified, as survivor shares story
  50. Like regular cigarettes, e-cigs a "gateway" to harder drugs -study
  51. 'We Will Emerge From This Ordeal,' Slain Journalist's Family Says
  52. The Business Of Halloween Means You Can Buy An Arm And A Leg
  53. Look Forward To The Trip, Not The Gadgets, To Be Truly Happy
  54. Colorado Republicans Buck National Party Trends On Immigration
  55. Perdue Says Its Hatching Chicks Are Off Antibiotics
  56. Doctor with Ebola treated patients in Nigeria, left dozens at risk - WHO
  57. LIVESTOCK-CME live cattle biggest daily percentage jump in 1 1/2-months
  58. U.S. healthcare spending growth to slow further - gov't report
  59. REFILE-FEATURE-Massachusetts jail offers $1,000-a-shot drug to fight addiction, recidivism
  60. Chris Oyakhilome, Leader of Global Christ Embassy Church Accused of 'Adultery,' 'Unreasonable Behavior' in Divorce Filing by Wife
  61. Ukraine Says It Has Agreed to Ceasefire With Russia; Putin Denies Russian Involvement in War
  62. U.S. healthcare spending growth to slow further: government report
  63. Airline crews may be more likely to get skin cancer
  64. Federer hopes to see off maturing Monfils and reach semis
  65. Xfinity to become title sponsor of NASCAR's second-tier series
  66. CVS Quits Cigarettes, Adjusting To New Health Care Landscape
  67. Sen. Kaine: Strikes On Islamic State Must Be Approved By Congress
  68. Federal judge in Louisiana rules state has right to ban same-sex marriages - Washington Post
  69. Andrew Madoff dies at 48; son of disgraced financier Bernard Madoff - Los Angeles Times
  70. New York St. Patrick's Day parade to include first gay group - CNN
  71. Putin Seen Waging Ukraine Shadow War Until Veto Assured - Businessweek
  72. US Not Intimidated by Beheadings, Obama Says - Voice of America
  73. Obama and Biden: Cool and heated responses to a second American death - Los Angeles Times
  74. Residents Worry Urban Drilling Will Turn Downtowns Into Oil Towns
  75. Injured Magnussen pulls out of Singapore invitational
  76. Harrington, Jimenez and Olazabal complete vice-captain list
  77. Dallas Cowboys sign defensive end Michael Sam to practice squad
  78. Makarova tops Azarenka to reach U.S. open semis
  79. U.S. missionary describes battling Ebola, new victim identified
  80. Google's Calico, AbbVie forge deal against diseases of aging
  81. Texas abortion provider to reopen after court lifts restrictions
  82. Perdue Foods says its chicken hatcheries now antibiotic-free
  83. U.N. says $600 million needed to tackle Ebola as toll tops 1,900
  84. WRAPUP 1-U.N. says $600 mln needed to tackle Ebola as toll tops 1,900
  85. UPDATE 1-Perdue Foods says its chicken hatcheries now antibiotic-free
  86. Fear hampers recruitment of volunteers in Ebola battle -WHO
  87. UPDATE 2-U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year over 2013
  88. UPDATE 2-Google's Calico, AbbVie forge deal against diseases of aging
  89. First report of allergic reaction to antibiotic pesticides consumed in food
  90. Rural hospitals pressured to close as healthcare system changes
  91. UPDATE 1-UK court backs Teva rival to AstraZeneca lung drug
  92. Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions
  93. BRIEF-Sanofi Pasteur Gardasil variation approved by European Committee for Human Medicines
  94. UPDATE 1-British Ebola patient discharged from hospital after ZMapp treatment
  95. INSIGHT-Rural hospitals pressured to close as healthcare system changes
  96. UPDATE 2-EU regulators fine Infineon, Samsung, Philips 138 mln euros
  97. Broncos receiver Welker gets four-game doping ban
  98. Swimming-Hardy retracing her roots after stormy few years
  99. Vietnam races to restart play after roof collapses on court
  100. Christian Beaten, Tortured and Killed by ISIS for Refusing to Convert to Islam
  101. U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year over 2013
  102. Final trial confirms efficacy of Sanofi's dengue vaccine
  103. UK court backs Teva rival to AstraZeneca lung drug
  104. British Ebola patient discharged from hospital after ZMapp treatment
  105. Consumption of energy drinks can increase risk for heart problems
  106. A shift in global diets essential to address climate change
  107. Low-carb vs. low-fat diets; obesity and diabetes
  108. If adhered to, branded diets are 'similarly effective'
  109. A Giant Appears At The Edge Of An African Roadway
  110. Ukraine Announces Cease-Fire With Russia
  111. Russia, Ukraine Distance Themselves From News Of A Cease-Fire Deal
  112. Video Glitch Makes Christian Kirksey 14" Tall
  113. Book News: Floating Library To Open On New York's Hudson River
  114. The Pickle Wins Ugly RV Contest
  115. An hour of exercise a day almost halves risk of heart failure
  116. Arizona Police Report Says Parents Didn't Realize Daughter Had Shot Gun ... - New York Times
  117. How to protect your data in the cloud - Boston Globe
  118. Broncos' Wes Welker suspended four games for taking amphetamine - USA TODAY
  119. Funerals, ghost towns and haunted health workers: Life in the Ebola zone - CNN
  120. UPDATE 8-Islamic State issues video of beheading of US hostage - Reuters
  121. David Ortiz is a big fan of Derek Jeter -- and will miss him - Newsday
  122. GE's 3D mammography device gets FDA approval
  123. West Africa struggles to contain Ebola as warnings and deaths mount
  124. Federer marches on, youth movement stalls at US Open
  125. Wozniacki wallops Errani to reach U.S. Open semi-finals
  126. Battle lines drawn with Ryder Cup wildcards announced
  127. GE's 3D mammography device gets U.S. FDA approval
  128. CDC says Ebola threatens stability of stricken countries
  129. See Angelina Jolie's Wedding Dress - E! Online
  130. The War of the Reclining Airplane Seats Continues with Another Flight Diversion - Boston.com
  131. Apple Celebrity Nude-Photo Hack Shows Risk in Security Questions - Bloomberg
  132. Obama to send approximately 350 additional military personnel to Iraq - Fox News
  133. Video Purports to Show Beheading of US Journalist Steven Sotloff - Wall Street Journal
  134. Girl who fatally shot Arizona gun instructor said weapon was too powerful - Reuters
  135. Bradley, Mahan and Simpson named as U.S. wildcards
  136. Posting of Nude Photos Prompts Regret on Social Media - New York Times
  137. Bradley, Mahan and Simpson get U.S. wildcard Cup picks
  138. WRAPUP 1-West Africa struggles to contain Ebola as warnings and deaths mount
  139. Russian Space Experiment On Gecko Sex Goes Awry
  140. Video purportedly shows beheading of US hostage Steven J. Sotloff - Chicago Tribune
  141. Girl's family say they're "devastated" by Uzi instructor's death - CBS News
  142. NFL Bars Jim Irsay for 6 Games for DWI Incident - New York Times
  143. Cee Lo Green temporarily deletes Twitter account after rape comments - Los Angeles Times
  144. North Carolina brothers declared innocent, freed after 30 years in prison - Reuters
  145. Brothers Convicted in 1983 North Carolina Murder Are Freed After DNA Tests - New York Times
  146. Dolphin virus adds to deaths in troubled Florida lagoon
  147. The Troubling Implications Of The Celebrity Photo Leak
  148. Executed Journalist Steven Sotloff Noted for His Heartfelt War Reporting - ABC News
  149. Muslim Man Involved in Massacre of 186 Christian Children Says 'I Don't Feel Guilty'
  150. In Light of Celebrity Hacks, How to Protect Data - ABC News
  151. Home Depot's Suspected Breach Looks Just Like the Target Hack - Businessweek
  152. UPDATE 2-US CDC says Ebola threatens stability of stricken countries - Reuters
  153. Dog-kicking CEO booted out of Centerplate catering company - Los Angeles Times
  154. Captured ISIS Suicide Bomber Reveals There Are Many Foreigners Fighting; UN Reveals 'Acts of Inhumanity on Unimaginable Scale'
  155. MRAPs And Bayonets: What We Know About The Pentagon's 1033 Program
  156. A Suspected Ebola Patient On The Run In Liberia
  157. Double Mastectomies Don't Increase Cancer Survival Rates
  158. Sounds From The First Day Of School
  159. North Korea Grants Interviews With American Detainees: To What End?
  160. Tetraphase says urinary drug successful in late-stage study
  161. U.S. and Slovenia advance as Lithuania suffer
  162. Cowboys show interest in Sam for practice squad: reports
  163. Seahawks face tough task to repeat Super Bowl glory
  164. Pioneering Sam has already made impact on the league
  165. U.S. Republican lawmakers say regulators treat insurers unfairly
  166. In Tom Hanks' iPad App, Typewriters Make Triumphant Return (Ding!)
  167. ISIS Beheads American Journalist Steven Sotloff, Monitoring Group Says - NBCNews.com
  168. Russian rouble hits record low as suffocating sanctions loom - Telegraph.co.uk
  169. Parents of Girl in Uzi Accident Devastated - ABC News
  170. Posting of Nude Photos Prompts Regret on Social Media - New York Times
  171. Home Depot's Suspected Breach Looks Just Like the Target Hack - Businessweek
  172. See Angelina Jolie's Wedding Dress - E! Online
  173. UPDATE 1-U.S. missionary doctor in Liberia tests positive for Ebola
  174. John Oliver And Cookie Monster, On The News Beat
  175. State Dept. Officials Work To Verify Islamic State's Beheading Video
  176. New U.S. Rules Protect Giant Bluefin Tuna
  177. Should Local Police Get The Military's Extra Armored Trucks?
  178. UPDATE 2-U.S. CDC says Ebola threatens stability of stricken countries
  179. UPDATE 2-Wealthy countries must send medical teams to halt Ebola -Medecins Sans Frontieres
  180. Electric series generates plenty of buzz
  181. International teams to play record nine NBA preseason games
  182. For blind bus riders, a new app boosts independence
  183. Diets work, but the brand doesn’t matter
  184. People with widespread pain more likely to develop insomnia
  185. Another American Doctor In Liberia Tests Positive For Ebola
  186. Homes On The Grange: The Storied Tents Of A Pa. Fair
  187. Chris Brown Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanor Assault - ABC News
  188. UPDATE 2-Home Depot says probing 'unusual activity' after data breach report - Reuters
  189. Apple says celebrity photo breach targeted, not due to its systems - Reuters
  190. Putin's aide confirms '2 weeks to Kiev' remark - Businessweek
  191. Islamic State issues video of beheading of US hostage - Reuters
  192. 9-year-old Ariz. girl who fired Uzi, accidentally killed instructor, says gun was 'too ... - New York Daily News
  193. Kathy Gunst Takes Soup From Summer To Fall
  194. Video Purports To Show Beheading Of U.S. Journalist
  195. A Lesson In How Teachers Became 'Resented And Idealized'
  196. Want To Dine Out? You May Need To Buy Tickets — Or Bid On A Table
  197. Daily breakfast is associated with a lower type 2 diabetes risk profile in children
  198. UPDATE 1-U.S. CDC says Ebola threatens stability of stricken countries
  199. GE, IMI, buyout funds line up bids for Italy's Petrolvalves -sources
  200. UPDATE 1-U.S. contract approved to speed tests of Mapp's Ebola drug
  201. Durant re-signs with Nike, spurning Under Armour deal
  202. ISIS Video Shows Beheading of American Journalist Steven Sotloff
  203. Video Claims to Show Beheading of US Reporter Steven Sotloff by ISIS - New York Times
  204. How Hackers Targeted Celebrities' Apple Accounts - ABC News
  205. Russia threatens to release Putin's disputed phone call - USA TODAY
  206. Colts' Jim Irsay suspended six games, fined $500000 by NFL after DUI plea - USA TODAY
  207. Joan Rivers remains on life support, 'Fashion Police' on 2-week hold - Los Angeles Times
  208. Hopes raised for release of Ashya King's parents - Telegraph.co.uk
  209. Bautista to lead depleted Spain in Davis Cup playoff
  210. Triathlons test the mettle of the middle-aged athlete
  211. TIMELINE-World's worst Ebola outbreak tests global response
  212. Obama briefed on Ebola outbreak, CDC efforts -White House
  213. CORRECTED-US CDC says Ebola threatening stability of affected countries
  214. U.S. govt agency to accelerate development of Mapp's Ebola treatment
  215. UPDATE 1-U.S. court revives Botox-linked shareholder suit against Allergan
  216. Indianapolis Colts owner pleads guilty to intoxicated driving
  217. Contador leads Tour of Spain after Quintana crash
  218. Alonso frustrated and bored, but staying at Ferrari
  219. Teva finds positive results in advanced trials for asthma drug
  220. Liberian doctors strike, food prices spike as West Africa struggles to contain Ebola outbreak
  221. US CDC says Ebola threatening stability of affected countries
  222. U.S. missionary doctor in Liberia tests positive for Ebola: group
  223. Switching to ‘adult doctor’ sometimes hard for kids with chronic illness
  224. Lundbeck says Northera available in U.S. after FDA approval
  225. U.S. court rejects Sorenson challenge of FCC rate cut
  226. BadBadNotGood On World Cafe
  227. It's That Time Again: The Toronto International Film Festival
  228. Dispute over reclining seat diverts flight, again - Fox News
  229. Another American Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola in West Africa - ABC News
  230. Joan Rivers remains on life support as Melissa Rivers releases statement - New York Daily News
  231. Fighting al-Shabab in Somalia - Washington Post
  232. Putin's War of Words: A Roundup - New York Times
  233. Video Claims to Show US Reporter's Beheading by ISIS - New York Times
  234. Industrial Hemp Is Poised For A Comeback, But Hemp Seeds Hard To Come By
  235. Islamic State Claims It Has Beheaded Second American Journalist
  236. Sinkane Makes Music For An Open World
  237. When A Home Poses Health Risks, The Floor May Be The Culprit
  238. Eating fresh fruit every day 'could reduce risk of CVD by up to 40%'
  239. Pope Francis to Iraqi Priest Who Reported People Are 'Miserable': 'I Am With You Always'
  240. Church of England Backs Fight Against Gender-Based Violence in Church, Society
  241. US Carries Out Airstrikes Against Jihadist Group Al-Shabaab in Somalia
  242. UN Insists 'No Military Solution' to Russia Invasion of Ukraine, Urges Dialogue With Putin
  243. Infant feeding habits may predict eating behaviors in later life
  244. BRIEF-Hafslund - new five years bond issue
  245. Nishikori works late to reach U.S. Open quarter-finals
  246. Williams, Djokovic cruise, Nishikori works late
  247. Westwood, Poulter, Gallacher named as wildcards
  248. Ebola threatens food security in West Africa: FAO
  249. Novo Nordisk drops inflammatory disorder business, incurs cost
  250. McDonald's to boost China supplier audits after food safety scandal