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  1. New model can isolate the effects of nutrients on gene expression and physiology
  2. Ethiopian Plane Hijacked To Geneva By Co-Pilot Seeking Ayslum
  3. Fog Causes Weather Delays At Sochi Olympics
  4. Obama Visits Sunnylands Twice In Less Than A Year
  5. No Criminal Wrongdoing In Schumacher Ski Accident
  6. Olympic Men's Snowboardcross Delayed By Fog
  7. Thick Fog Shrouds Sochi's Alpine Skiing Courses
  8. Novartis to buy U.S.-based biotech CoStim for undisclosed price
  9. Stenson to meet Thai Aphibarnrat in Match Play first round
  10. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Feb 17
  11. Novartis to buy U.S.-based biotech CoStim for undisclosed price
  12. German stocks - Factors to watch on February 17
  13. Men's mass start postponed again due to fog
  14. Craigslist Killer Confesses to 22 More Satanic Cult-Related Killings - Guardian Liberty Voice
  15. After hung jury, prosecution vows to seek retrial in loud music killing case - WGCL Atlanta
  16. Venezuelan Leader Announces Expulsion of 3 US Officials - New York Times
  17. Olympic Viewing: Sagging Ratings, Costas To Rescue
  18. East Gets By Durant, Griffin To Win All-Star Game
  19. Jamaica Aims To Revive Economy With Port Hub
  20. Plane Wreckage, No Survivors, Found In Nepal
  21. Fertility Treatment Babies Set Record In US
  22. Kerry Accuses Assad Of Stonewalling In Peace Talks
  23. Number of test-tube babies born in U.S. hits record percentage
  24. US created 'negative climate' in Geneva: Syria - Times of India
  25. 3 killed by bus bomb targeting tourists in Egypt - Dallas Morning News
  26. NFL's Rice, anti-bullying advocate, arrested with fiancée after fight
  27. Number of test-tube babies born in U.S. hits record percentage
  28. East rally to win record-setting All-Star game
  29. Market Chatter- Corporate finance press digest
  30. Why is Mitt Romney talking about Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky? (+video) - Christian Science Monitor
  31. Fla. man guilty of lesser counts in music shooting - MiamiHerald.com
  32. Asia Private Equity Weekly News, February 17, 2014
  33. PRESS DIGEST - Hong Kong - Feb 17
  34. 10 Things To Know For Monday
  35. Kerry urges climate change action - The Nation
  36. Pennsylvania 'Craigslist killer' says she slayed dozens more across US as part of ... - New York Daily News
  37. Slaying of South Korean tourists signals turn in Egypt's Islamist insurgency - Washington Post
  38. Craigslist suspect, 19, says she's a serial killer - Washington Post
  39. Ice dancing: Meryl Davis, Charlie White 'in a dream' - USA TODAY
  40. Snake-Handling Ky. Pastor Dies From Snake Bite
  41. Obama Applauds Missouri Gay Player For Coming Out
  42. Japan Economy Grows Lackluster 1 Pct In Oct-Dec
  43. No. 18 Creighton Beats 6th-Ranked Villanova 101-80
  44. VIETNAM PRESS-Bird flu spreads to 10 provinces - Lao Dong
  45. Ruptured Achilles halts Mulder's comeback attempt
  46. Dillon wins pole for Daytona 500
  47. Ice dancers glide to center stage at Sochi Games
  48. Tourist bus explosion in Egypt kills 4, wounds 14 - CNN
  49. Obama Tees Off On Oracle Founder's Private Course
  50. Watson seals two-shot win at Riviera
  51. The Origin (And Hot Stank) Of The 'Chitlin' Circuit'
  52. New England Hit With Another Winter Blast
  53. John Kerry to urge climate change action in Indonesia speech - Telegraph.co.uk
  54. Powerball jackpot grows to $400 million - Detroit Free Press
  55. Republicans Mitt Romney, Karl Rove warn against attacking Bill Clinton during ... - TheCelebrityCafe.com
  56. Venezuelan Opposition Leader To Turn Himself In
  57. Watson seals two-shot win at Riviera
  58. Augusta Ice Storm Puts An End To Eisenhower Tree
  59. Chelsea Clinton Says Gay Rights Have Made Progress
  60. Watson Ends A 2-Year Winless Drought At Riviera
  61. Syria says US created "negative climate" in Geneva - USA TODAY
  62. Hung Jury Means Florida's Michael Dunn Escapes First-Degree Murder Charge - New York Magazine
  63. Accused Craigslist killer, 19, confesses to 22 slayings, report says - Los Angeles Times
  64. Powerball jackpot grows to $400 million - USA TODAY
  65. Snake-Handling Ky. Pastor Dies From Snake Bite
  66. Mitt Romney: Sochi games are safe, but the concerns weren't overblown - Washington Times
  67. Verdict In Florida Again Raises Self-Defense Issue
  68. Protesters in Ukraine end two-month occupation of Kiev's city hall - Washington Post
  69. Venezuelan president says manhunt under way for opposition leader - The Globe and Mail
  70. Manager Of Clint Eastwood's Golf Club Arrested
  71. Winners Of The 2014 British Academy Film Awards
  72. Why is Mitt Romney talking about Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky? - Christian Science Monitor
  73. Ferrer lands third Buenos Aires clay title in a row
  74. Romney says same-sex marriage not a winner-loser issue for GOP - Fox News
  75. Verdict in Florida Again Raises Self-Defense Issue - ABC News
  76. Austin Dillon Puts No. 3 On Pole For Daytona 500
  77. Russia Survives Shootout With Slovakia 1-0
  78. For Some Olympians, Games Are Golden Ticket To Politics
  79. Ukraine announces amnesty for protesters in opposition win - Times of India
  80. Phil Kessel's Hat Trick Gives Americans a Win - New York Times
  81. 'Worth The Pain': A Life Transformed Overnight By Meningitis
  82. Ice hockey: Canada, U.S. advance; Russia sweats
  83. Drugmaker Teva becomes Soros' biggest stock holding
  84. Republicans warn against 2016 strategy that goes overboard on attacking ... - Fox News
  85. Ukraine Says Activists to Get Amnesty After Vacating City Hall - Wall Street Journal
  86. Romney needs time to find negative impact of marriage equality - Washington Blade
  87. Fla. man guilty of lesser counts in music shooting - San Francisco Chronicle
  88. Spanish Man Enters Comatose State After Pot Cake
  89. Obama: Anti-Gay Bill Step Backward For Ugandans
  90. UPDATE 4-Twelve illegal miners rescued in S.Africa, others stay underground - Reuters
  91. Dutch Speedskaters Whippin' The World In Sochi
  92. Davis and White on target for U.S. gold
  93. Brain-Dead Canadian Woman Gives Birth, Dies
  94. Arsenal to face Everton in Cup after beating Liverpool
  95. States Want Kids To Learn A Lot — Maybe Too Much
  96. After Partial Verdict, What Happens Next in 'Loud Music' Case? - ABC News
  97. Twelve illegal miners rescued in South Africa, others stay underground - Reuters
  98. Romney: 'Going to Take a Long, Long Time' to See if Gay Marriage Negatively ... - Mediaite
  99. Republicans warn against 2016 strategy that goes overboard on attacking ... - Fox News
  100. Ukrainian Protesters End Occupation of Kiev's City Hall - New York Times
  101. Syria Says US Created "Negative Climate" In Geneva
  102. U.S. Men's Hockey Beats Slovenia, Securing Spot In Quarterfinals
  103. Research Shows New Flu Viruses Often Arise In Domestic Animals
  104. Millions fret over injured Russian skier: PM
  105. South Africa: 11 illegal miners rescued - USA TODAY
  106. Eavesdropping ensnared law firm - gulfnews.com
  107. Big Fashion Names Appear In Suddenly Sunny London
  108. Red Sox P Dempster Won't Play In 2014
  109. AP PHOTOS: Winning And Losing At Sochi
  110. NY Officials: Virtual Currency Invites Real Crime
  111. Pa. Exhibit Traces History Of Female Comic Artists
  112. Renzi Summoned By Italy's President
  113. UPDATE 4-Two Koreans, Egyptian driver die in Sinai tourist bus blast - Reuters
  114. Powerball jackpot soars to $400 million - Chicago Tribune
  115. Men's mass start postponed until Monday
  116. Berdych ends title drought with Rotterdam victory
  117. Mitt Romney says Bill Clinton 'embarrassed the nation' but shouldn't impact ... - Boston.com
  118. Freestyle: Lambert, Cheshire injured in halfpipe training
  119. Speed skating: U.S. miss out on medals again
  120. Freestyle: Briton Cheshire injured in training
  121. Ice hockey: Russia win but wait on bye to quarter-finals
  122. Kessel hat-trick powers U.S. to win over Slovenia
  123. Aiken sinks monster playoff putt to win Africa Open
  124. Speed skating: Ter Mors leads another Dutch sweep
  125. Kiplagat sets half marathon world record in Barcelona
  126. Samkova Streaks To Gold In Women's Snowboardcross
  127. Dunn convicted of attempted murder; hung jury on murder in 'loud music' trial - CNN
  128. Sochi Winter Games: grey days for Putin as USA wins epic ice hockey match - Sydney Morning Herald
  129. House Dems Try To Force Votes On Wage, Immigration
  130. Norway Wins 4th Straight Olympic Super-G Race
  131. Get Ready To Flip Your Lid
  132. Bomb Derails Train In Southwest Pakistan, Kills 8
  133. Alpine skiing: Lucky loonie helps Hudec end Canadian drought
  134. Ski jumping: Drama, anger and concrete as jumps are built
  135. Snowboarding: Jacobellis rues 'fluke' of costly Olympic falls
  136. Inspector to probe fire at Brazil World Cup stadium
  137. Kerry Burnishes Green Badge in Asia Ahead of Keystone Call - Bloomberg
  138. VW works council says will push US plant labor representation - Chicago Tribune
  139. Andrew Weibrecht finds more magic, lands again on olympic podium - USA TODAY
  140. Snowden-leaked documents reveal Australia, America accessing Indonesian ... - Business Standard
  141. State attorney vows to retry Michael Dunn on murder charge - Bay News 9
  142. Jansrud Wins Super-G, Miller Becomes Oldest Alpine Medalist (2) - Businessweek
  143. Dominant Czech Samkova wins cross gold
  144. Rooney contract extension not signed yet, say United
  145. Cross country: Sweden take second relay with men's win
  146. Ahn's gold hard for South Koreans to swallow
  147. White House official: Russia 'can't have it both ways' on Syria - CNN
  148. Hamas Rejects International Peacekeepers
  149. Swiss Nationalists Want Swift Limit To Immigration
  150. Ukrainian Protesters End Occupation Of City Hall
  151. Siblings Give Family Feel To Sochi Olympics
  152. Egypt: Morsi Lawyers Protest Court's Glass Cage
  153. USA v Slovenia men's ice hockey - Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics: live - Telegraph.co.uk
  154. 2010 Champion Yuna Kim Taking Olympics Like A Job
  155. Fla. man guilty of lesser counts in 'loud music' shooting - Fox News
  156. UN mediator apologizes to Syrians for lack of peace progress - Times of India
  157. Tunisia: 4 Killed, 4 Wounded In Militant Attacks
  158. 'Gravity,' '12 Years A Slave' Up For UK Film Glory
  159. Russian Banya One Of Treats Of Sochi Games
  160. Alpine skiing: Wombat Weibrecht shows animal instinct
  161. Jansrud and Samkova mine gold in Russian mountains
  162. Alpine skiing: Norwegian raider Jansrud plunders more gold
  163. Alpine skiing:Tearful Miller remembers dead brother
  164. Possible radiation leak at New Mexico military nuclear waste site - Reuters
  165. UAW effort to organize Volkswagen plant fails amid conflicting cultures of ... - GlobalPost
  166. Czech Samkova dominates for cross gold
  167. Speed skating: U.S. 'lucky' to be able to switch suits
  168. India completes Olympic return with Sochi flag raising
  169. Johnny Depp Honored At Makeup And Hair Awards
  170. Anger at hockey goal melts political ice in Russia - Reuters
  171. Did the NSA really help spy on US lawyers? - Washington Post
  172. Obama golfs with childhood buddies in California - KEYE TV
  173. More injuries on Extreme Park cross course
  174. Health and fitness habits 'influence health over next two decades'
  175. Mistrial Declared on Murder Charge in Loud-Music Trial Jurors - NBCNews.com
  176. Americans Weibrecht and Miller Win Medals in Super-G - New York Times
  177. Another blast of snow to hit Northeast - Denver Post
  178. Obama signs to lift US debt ceiling - The Columbian
  179. Academy Honors Scientists Behind Special Effects
  180. Fla. Man Guilty Of Lesser Counts In Music Shooting
  181. Slovenia F Kovacevic Suspended For Hit On Kopecky
  182. Crashes Mar Women's Snowboardcross Qualifying
  183. In Indonesia, Kerry Urges Action On Climate Change
  184. Powerball Estimated Jackpot Surges To $400M
  185. Alpine skiing: Norway's Jansrud wins super-G gold
  186. Jansrud Leads Olympic Super-G After Top 30
  187. Australia Faces New Spying Claims but Abbott Says Information for Protection Only - Wall Street Journal
  188. Corker's Campaign Behind Union Rejection - Wall Street Journal
  189. Heaviest snow well south of Boston, lighter snow west of Route 128 - Boston.com
  190. Vietnam Deploys Dancers To Foil Protests
  191. Migrants Say Firms Force Workers Out Of Singapore
  192. John Henson, Son Of Muppets Creator, Dies In NY
  193. Split verdict in Florida loud-music slaying case - Los Angeles Times
  194. Syria peace session ends with no progress - Boston Globe
  195. US-Russia hockey: No medals at stake, but good as gold - Washington Post
  196. California drought: Why is there no mandatory water rationing? - San Jose Mercury News
  197. US men edge Russians in ice hockey thriller, but skaters fail again - Reuters India
  198. Fla. man guilty of lesser counts in 'loud music' shooting - Fox News
  199. Indonesian Volcano Brings Life As Well As Death
  200. Hamlin Wins Exhibition Sprint Unlimited At Daytona
  201. London-Bound Flight Lands In Canada, Man Booted
  202. NSA reportedly helped spy on US law firm in trade dispute - Fox News
  203. Storm leaves many without power - Boston Globe
  204. UAW may challenge results of VW union vote - Lansing State Journal
  205. Spying by NSA Ally Entangled US Law Firm - New York Times
  206. Venezuela Political Tensions Rise amid Protests, Clashes - Voice of America
  207. Olympic men's hockey: US beats Russia in 8-round shootout thriller - Los Angeles Times
  208. McDonald unnamed player in Dolphins bullying report: agent
  209. Volkswagen union vote: UAW falls 87 votes short of key victory in South - CTV News
  210. Manhunt underway for Venezuelan opposition leader - Telegraph.co.uk
  211. Report: Document shows surveillance of law firm - USA TODAY
  212. No. 8 Duke Holds On To Beat Maryland 69-67
  213. Silver Delivers First Press Conference As NBA Boss
  214. Lillard, Burke Take Skills Challenge
  215. Fla. Man Guilty Of Lesser Counts In Music Shooting
  216. Allred's Cinderella story not yet over at Riviera
  217. Tanaka struggles with running at spring training
  218. Jury couldn't agree on 1st-degree murder in Dunn trial - USA TODAY
  219. No. 1 Syracuse Beats NC State 56-55
  220. US law firm ensnared in NSA surveillance -NYT report - Reuters
  221. Syria talks end on a note of uncertainty, US frustration with Russia - Washington Post
  222. Angels' Mulder Tears Achilles Tendon
  223. Richard Petty Stands By Patrick Remarks
  224. Volkswagen workers reject UAW in Tenn.; Union looks for Plan B to enter South - Washington Post
  225. Partial Verdict Reached In Fla. Gas Station Shooting
  226. Leer surges to Wanamaker Mile win in year's best time
  227. Miller and Svindal aim to end Sochi ski drought
  228. Reuters Sochi Olympics Schedule at 0001 GMT on Sunday, Feb 16 - Reuters
  229. Venezuela Protests Leave 5 Injured in Fourth Day of Unrest - Businessweek
  230. Michael Dunn convicted on 4 of 5 charges in loud-music murder case - Los Angeles Times
  231. American McGirt grabs two-shot lead at Riviera
  232. Report: Document shows surveillance of US law firm - Washington Post
  233. Michael Dunn convicted of attempted murder; jury can't decide on murder - CNN
  234. Olympic Viewing: Professor Emrick On Duty
  235. US Drug Policy Fuels Push For Legal Pot Worldwide
  236. William McGirt Takes Lead At Riviera
  237. U.S. FDA warns about Medisca's L-citrulline supplement
  238. American McGirt grabs two-shot lead at Riviera
  239. Volkswagen Vote Loss Signals Difficulty Ahead for Union Organizers - Wall Street Journal
  240. Exclusive: Brazil World Cup stadium was structurally damaged by fire
  241. Exclusive: Brazil World Cup stadium was structurally damaged by fire
  242. Venezuelan students fight police, 'Chavistas' rally - Reuters
  243. FDA warns about Medisca's L-citrulline supplement
  244. AP Exclusive: Misconduct Forces More Soldiers Out
  245. Obama Signs Debt Ceiling Measure Into Law
  246. Jury in Florida loud-music murder case reaches four verdicts - Los Angeles Times
  247. USA defeats Russia in rivalry game decided in shootout - CBS News
  248. UAW faced tough sell with satisfied Volkswagen workers - Detroit Free Press
  249. Venezuela Political Tensions Rise amid Protests, Clashes - Voice of America
  250. NStar: Bring on snow - Boston.com