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