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  1. In Pools, Young Blacks Drown At Far Higher Rates
  2. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buys stake in Verizon, adds to Wal-Mart
  3. Florida hospital workers test negative for MERS virus
  4. UPDATE 1-Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buys stake in Verizon, adds to Wal-Mart
  5. Major U.S. hedge funds sold 'momentum' Internet names in 1st qtr
  6. Knicks working up Plan B after losing out on Kerr as coach
  7. California Chrome ready to shine at Preakness
  8. 'Stress-free' Leishman takes early control in Texas
  9. Global life expectancy rises again, but new challenges loom
  10. Early promise, and caution, in measles virus cancer therapy
  11. Steelworkers Join Police Patrols In East Ukraine
  12. A Complicated First: A Black Editor Takes The Helm At The Gray Lady
  13. NYT Publisher: Pay Had No Part In Abramson Ouster
  14. Sept. 11 Museum Opens To Relatives And Survivors
  15. Officials: Woman, 34, Enrolled In School As Teen
  16. Judge Won't Toss Statements By 2 Tsarnaev Friends
  17. Ex-Spouses Tell IRS Different Stories On Alimony
  18. CANNES WATCH: Adams, MJ Films Sold; Jenner Wows
  19. Beyonce, Jay Z, Solange Moving Past Attack Video
  20. Global life expectancy rises again, but new challenges loom
  21. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses May 15 - 1530 ET
  22. Pope Francis: Without the Church, You Are Not a Christian
  23. Clippers' Rivers fined $25,000 for criticizing officials
  24. Sabres' Konopka banned 20 games for positive test
  25. Garcia makes fast start on home soil
  26. Haas rattles Wawrinka in Rome, Nadal to face Murray
  27. N.Y. lawmakers consider ban on gay 'conversion therapy' for minors
  28. California consumers say duped by Blue Shield's limited Obamacare plans
  29. Phelps set for second meet of his comeback
  30. Hawaii Scuba Divers Face Off Over Aquarium Fish
  31. Sean Keane On Mountain Stage
  32. Police: Woman, 34, enrolled in school as teen - MiamiHerald.com
  33. Jill Abramson and Hillary Clinton: treading on gender turf again - Los Angeles Times
  34. At ground zero, 9/11 museum dedicated with somber memories, tears - Los Angeles Times
  35. Aaron Hernandez charged in 2 more shooting deaths - SFGate
  36. Wildfire races toward San Diego hillside suburb - Reuters
  37. Want to Fix VA Health Care? Get Rid of It - NBCNews.com
  38. Brazilians protest World Cup spending, call for better services
  39. Ex-NFL star Hernandez charged in Boston double-murder: report
  40. Ex-NFL star Hernandez charged in Boston double-murder
  41. Ex-NFL star Hernandez charged in 2012 Boston double-murder
  42. Fitness linked to lower death risk in older men
  43. 'Exercise snacks' may help control blood sugar
  44. Promising cancer drug data helps AstraZeneca in Pfizer fight
  45. Muscle pain not well defined in most statin studies
  46. U.S. FDA lowers starting dose of sleep drug Lunesta over safety
  47. Russian Orthodox Church, Politicians Criticize Pro-Gay Eurovision Cross-Dressing Winner
  48. Vigilante Villagers Kill Scores of Boko Haram Militants in Ambush, as Nigeria Searches for Schoolgirls
  49. Haas rattles Wawrinka with victory in Rome
  50. UPDATE 4-U.S. senators press Shinseki on delay in care for military veterans
  51. RPT-How France expanded takeover controls from gaming to energy
  52. How France expanded takeover controls from gaming to energy
  53. U.S. FDA lowers starting dose of sleep drug Lunesta over safety
  54. UPDATE 3-Kindred Healthcare goes hostile with a $533 mln bid for Gentiva
  55. Matthews wins stage six to retain Giro lead
  56. U.S. court dismisses Teva case to block copies of Copaxone
  57. Eli Lilly loses UK Alimta patent case to Actavis
  58. Reckitt Benckiser to develop XenoPort alcohol abuse drug
  59. Spurs overcome Parker loss to beat Blazers, move on to West final
  60. Breakfast cereals loaded with too much sugar for U.S. kids: report
  61. Canadiens beat Bruins to advance to East final
  62. UPDATE 1-Novartis, Sun Pharma settle dispute over generic Gleevec
  63. Merck KGaA says consumer health assets in U.S., Japan too pricy
  64. UPDATE 1-Good cancer drug data helps AstraZeneca in Pfizer fight
  65. CORRECTED-DJ Casey Kasem found in Washington state - Sheriff's Office
  66. UPDATE 3-France boosts say on GE bid for Alstom with takeover law
  67. GSK exec caught off-guard by China graft charges: sources
  68. Heat fight back to secure Eastern final spot
  69. Kerr spurns Knicks to join Golden State
  70. Crime gangs launder $140 billion through sports betting: report
  71. Hero cat saves 4-year-old boy from vicious dog attack - Newsday
  72. Heat Rally Past Nets To East Finals, 96-94
  73. Canadiens Beat Bruins 3-1 In Game 7 To Advance
  74. Parker Leaves With Tight Hamstring, Won't Return
  75. PRESS DIGEST- British Business - May 15
  76. VA watchdog to tell Senate committee unexpected deaths 'could be avoided' - Fox News
  77. Turkish mining death toll climbs to 274; 150 still missing - The Globe and Mail
  78. Rove's bizarre 'brain damage' theory won't be the strangest GOP attack Hillary ... - Chicago Tribune
  79. Was the New York Times' firing of Jill Abramson sexist? - Deseret News
  80. San Diego County wildfires force evacuations, school closures - Fox News
  81. Ortiz Goes Deep Twice _ Again _ Red Sox Beat Twins
  82. The Clintons fight back, signaling a new phase in 2016 preparations - Washington Post
  83. Turkey mine explosion death toll up to 245; anger, grief boils over - Indian Express
  84. Firefighters Scramble to Control Spreading Wildfires - ABC News
  85. Attack In Thai Capital Leaves Two Dead, A Score Wounded
  86. 10 Things To Know For Thursday
  87. Japan Economy Grows 5.9 Percent In 1st Quarter
  88. Steve Kerr Spurns Knicks, Agrees To Coach Warriors
  89. Washington Reinstates Miles; Stringfellow Leaving
  90. DIARY-Malaysia 2014 corporate earnings
  91. Obama to NYC supporters: 'Move to North Dakota'
  92. PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - May 15
  93. California Chrome to start Preakness from three post
  94. Hero cat saves toddler from vicious dog attack - Newsday
  95. NYT Publisher Said to Always Have Clashed With Abramson - Bloomberg
  96. US health officials urge use of HIV pill for at-risk individuals - Reuters
  97. AP PHOTOS: Wildfire Burns Homes In California
  98. Video captures family cat saving California boy from dog attack - ABC Online
  99. U.S. health officials urge use of HIV pill for at-risk individuals
  100. Birth defect in some rural Washington state babies stumps scientists
  101. Winfrey's OWN to air TV docu-series on football's Michael Sam
  102. UPDATE 1-MSCI reclassifies stock indexes, Twitter on world index
  103. Hopes fade of finding more survivors of Turkey mine explosion (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  104. U.S. health officials urge use of HIV pill for at-risk individuals
  105. MSCI reclassifies stock indexes, adds Twitter to world index
  106. COLUMN-No downside in Allergan 'meeting': Frankel
  107. UPDATE 1-U.S. senators give Burwell's health secretary bid a cordial hearing
  108. Google To Release Diversity Data About Workforce
  109. APNewsBreak: Obama Aide To Oversee VA Review
  110. Wildfire burns homes in San Diego County - SFGate
  111. The Clintons fight back, signaling a new phase in 2016 preparations - Washington Post
  112. An Internet With Borders - Wall Street Journal
  113. Jill Abramson and The Worst Workplace Question: 'How Much Do You Make?' - Forbes
  114. U.S. Tennis Association to build $60 mln, 100-court complex in Florida
  115. Study shows higher risk of death for obese breast cancer patients
  116. Kansas University Board Revises Its Free Speech Guidelines
  117. Oprah's Network Plans Series On NFL's Michael Sam
  118. Browns Limiting Access To Johnny Football
  119. Trial Of Tampa Mom In Teens' Deaths Winds Down
  120. Arkansas High Court Won't Stay Gay Marriage Ruling
  121. California Chrome to start from three post in Preakness
  122. AstraZeneca leaves door ajar to Pfizer, despite hurdles
  123. UPDATE 2-Senators urge tough U.S. review of Pfizer bid for AstraZeneca
  124. Prima BioMed's therapy improves survival rates in ovarian cancer
  125. Targeted Plexxikon drug helps ease pain from rare joint disease
  126. MSCI reclassifies stock indexes, adds Twitter to world index
  127. California Chrome Made 3-5 Favorite For Preakness
  128. UPDATE 2-Two sick U.S. hospital workers test negative for MERS virus
  129. Thousands Evacuate as Southern California Burns - NBCNews.com
  130. How strong is Hillary? Karl Rove is attacking her - CNN
  131. SEE IT: Cat saves boy from vicious dog attack - New York Daily News
  132. President Obama pushes infrastructure spending during visit to New York's ... - New York Daily News
  133. Jill Abramson's Departure Comes as Shock in New York Times Newsroom - Businessweek
  134. Anger at Turkish Mine Disaster Rebounds on Erdogan - TIME
  135. How U.S. Hospitals Are Planning To Stop The Deadly MERS Virus
  136. Jonathan Yeo's Malala Portrait Brings $102,500
  137. CANNES WATCH: Lively Soars, Kidman Talks Lows
  138. Sasse A Nominal Tea Party Win; Fewer Chances Ahead
  139. Roche immuno-oncology drug shows promise against bladder cancer
  140. Japan PM to urge company boards to open up in governance push as resolve tested
  141. Study shows higher risk of death for obese breast cancer patients
  142. CANADA STOCKS-TSX flat as miners rise but energy shares drop
  143. RPT-NZ's Ryman profit jumps on rising demand for retirement services
  144. Roche immuno-oncology drug shows promise against bladder cancer
  145. AstraZeneca drug shows promise as lung cancer treatment
  146. New lung cancer screening guidelines could cost Medicare $9.3 billion
  147. Bristol, Merck, Roche immune therapies are cancer meeting darlings
  148. Despair, anger, dwindling hope after Turkey coal mine fire - CNN
  149. Bill Clinton: Hillary does not have brain damage - MiamiHerald.com
  150. The Origins of the 'Right to be Forgotten': Sir, I Demand a Duel - Wall Street Journal
  151. Dog attacks boy, cat attacks dog - USA TODAY
  152. 9/11 Museum Offers Sights And Sounds Of Tragedy
  153. Fire forces evacuation of San Onofre nuclear plant - Los Angeles Times
  154. Columbus Wreck Has Been Looted, Explorer Says - ABC News
  155. Fires In Southern Calif. Force More Evacuations
  156. One-Third of World Believes Holocaust Is a Myth; Many Hold Anti-Semitic Views, Global Survey Reveals
  157. Obama: US Must Update Roads, Bridges Or Face Costs
  158. Multiple Fires Burning In San Diego County
  159. Abramson Steps Down As NYT Executive Editor
  160. Turkey Coal Mine Tragedy Death Toll at 232; Hundreds Trapped by Fire Deep Underground
  161. Maternal smoking tied to inhibition-related brain differences in kids
  162. 'Vision Van' helps eye doctors respond after natural disasters
  163. 'Megaphone' exhaust does not work, says Rosberg
  164. U.S. health agency to erase sex bias in biomedical studies
  165. Out There On The Ice: An Intimate View Of The Melting Antarctic Sheet
  166. Los Angeles Police Investigating Justin Bieber
  167. Europe's Recovery Gains Speed, Faces Obstacles
  168. Turkish Mine Rescue Hampered by Fire, Toll at 274 - Bloomberg
  169. Bounce House Accident Victims in Stable Condition: Police - NBCNews.com
  170. Bill Clinton mocks Republicans for Hillary health questions - Fox News
  171. Nigerian Activists Say Kidnapping of Women, Girls All Too Common - Voice of America
  172. SEE IT: Cat saves boy from vicious dog attack - New York Daily News
  173. Jill Abramson Replaced with Dean Baquet at the New York Times - Vanity Fair
  174. USPS Seeks Family Of Couple Named On 1945 Letter
  175. UK lawmaker stirs political row with Pfizer "rapist" comments
  176. UPDATE 1-UK lawmaker stirs political row with Pfizer "rapist" comments
  177. REFILE-Carlyle hires Rothschild for possible Integrated Dental Holdings exit - sources
  178. UPDATE 1-Carlyle hires Rothschild for possible Integrated Dental Holdings exit - sources
  179. GE exec says Alstom bid process going as expected
  180. Elbow surgery recommended for Marlins ace Fernandez
  181. Federer suffers early defeat in Rome
  182. Portugal says investigating Brazil coach over taxes
  183. Pistons name Van Gundy as head coach, president
  184. In shadows of World Cup stadium, neighbors left empty-handed
  185. Ulissi snatches Giro fifth stage
  186. Uganda makes "intentional transmission" of HIV a crime
  187. Concussions may cause lingering mental anguish
  188. New hospice model allows curative therapy to continue
  189. Deficit Hawks Press Ahead Despite Obstacles
  190. Nicks Gets BMI Honor, Talks Fleetwood Mac Reunion
  191. Smithsonian To Fly Drones For 'Future' Festival
  192. Cat: Boy's best friend - CNN
  193. Hillary Clinton skeptical Iran will follow through if agreement reached - Haaretz
  194. World Health Organization: MERS isn't an emergency - The Oshkosh Northwestern
  195. Two boys who fell from bounce house recovering from serious injuries - CNN
  196. Bill Clinton 'dumbfounded' by Karl Rove's take on Hillary's health - USA TODAY
  197. Protest Breaks Out in Turkish City Where 245 Miners Died - ABC News
  198. Google Resumes Glass Sales In The US
  199. 'Miracle baby' survives 11-story fall from Minneapolis apartment
  200. UPDATE 1-French energy minister muddies waters over Alstom
  201. UPDATE 1-Two sick U.S. hospital workers test negative for MERS virus
  202. Two sick U.S. hospital workers test negative for MERS virus
  203. New Issue-Aevis Holding prices 125 mln SFR 2019 bond
  204. Two sick U.S. hospital workers test negative for MERS virus
  205. Insurance coverage of IVF may decrease multiple pregnancies
  206. Grace Kelly Brought Glamour To Monaco
  207. ENTER TITLE
  208. Oil Above $102 On Ukraine Crisis, US Supply Drop
  209. 238 Dead In Turkey Coal Mine Explosion
  210. Ludacris To Host 2014 Billboard Music Awards
  211. 'No Hope': At least 238 miners dead, hundreds trapped in Turkish coal mine - Fox News
  212. US Producer Prices Jumped 0.6 Percent In April
  213. UPDATE 1-Isis Pharma's diabetes drug succeeds in mid-stage study
  214. UPDATE 1-Belgium's IBA keeps guidance in spite of slow start to 2014
  215. Swedish unions urge government to oppose Pfizer bid for Astra
  216. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses May 14 - 0900 ET
  217. Ecclestone lawyers face wait to question key prosecution witness
  218. Mother, Father Identify Daughters in Recent Boko Haram Video
  219. China Arrests Over 200 in Crackdown on 'Videos Promoting Terrorism'
  220. UPDATE 2-Pfizer pledges to ringfence key new drugs in AstraZeneca deal
  221. Judge sends Oscar Pistorius for psychiatric tests, putting trial on hold - CNN
  222. Both Monumental and Intimate: 9/11 Museum Shares Many Stories - Wall Street Journal
  223. LAPD: Justin Bieber accused in attempted robbery - USA TODAY
  224. What Ben Sasse's Win in the Nebraska Republican Primary Means - The Atlantic
  225. Orthodox Jews Protest Christian Worship at Site of Last Supper in Israel
  226. Boko Haram Offer to Trade Schoolgirls for Prisoners Rejected by Nigerian Government
  227. Pope Francis Talks About Aliens; Says He Would Welcome Martians to Receive Baptism
  228. Isis Pharma's diabetes drug succeeds in mid-stage study
  229. WHO says deadly MERS virus does not constitute global emergency
  230. South African court orders Pistorius to undergo mental evaluation
  231. Man returning from Saudi Arabia is first Dutch patient of MERS virus
  232. Nigerian Christian Teen Whose Father, Brother Were Killed by Boko Haram Stands With Abducted Schoolgirls
  233. Thunder down Clippers with last-minute rally
  234. Group urges tobacco companies to protect U.S. child workers
  235. Iba keeps guidance in spite of slow start to 2014
  236. UPDATE 2-Chinese police charge British former GSK China head with bribery
  237. BRIEF-UDG Healthcare first-half revenue rises 2 percent
  238. German stocks - Factors to watch on May 14
  239. UDG Healthcare first-half adjusted operating profit rises
  240. Factories Torched In Anti-China Protest In Vietnam
  241. Doctor Cleared In LPGA Golfer Wrongful Death Case
  242. CORRECTED-TABLE-Otsuka Holdings -2013/14 group results
  243. BRIEF-Ablynx posts Q1 net loss 2.8 mln euros
  244. PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - May 14
  245. Burwell takes Obamacare hot seat before Senate finance panel
  246. U.S. Veterans Affairs chief Shinseki fights for career, agency
  247. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on May 14
  248. Ride On Curlin trainer seeks elusive clean ride
  249. Blackhawks advance to West Finals
  250. Magic Johnson shrugs off criticism from embattled Clippers owner