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  1. Lufthansa names Carsten Spohr as CEO
  2. Debt Ceiling Q&A: Here We Go Again - Wall Street Journal
  3. Winter Games to open, Putin keen to prove doubters wrong
  4. Dutch and U.S. clash for supremacy
  5. No Fairy Tale: Spain's Princess Faces Court Date
  6. GOP Still Looking At Pieces Of Debt Limit 'Puzzle'
  7. HR 2 Return (0:29)
  8. Director Zhang Yimou Pays $1.2M For Having 3 Kids
  9. Russia Official Denies Leaking Envoy's Bugged Call
  10. Pseudo-Lesbians, Ballet, In Sochi Olympics Opening
  11. Crowdsourcing novel childhood predictors of adult obesity
  12. Yogurt consumption reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes
  13. UPDATE 2-Shire scraps Vyvanse for depression after failed trials
  14. BRIEF-Wuzhou Zhongheng's 2013 profit up 8.4 pct on better sales of core pharmaceutical products
  15. UPDATE 1-Arseus sees profit growth with new focus on medical compounds
  16. Leaks, barbs, dirty tricks as Russia, West feud over Ukraine - Reuters
  17. Olympic Complaints on Twitter More Popular Than Official Account - Businessweek
  18. House conservatives: No immigration reform in 2014 - CBS News
  19. Mass. Senate approves bill on unemployment aid - Boston.com
  20. January Unemployment Numbers Expected To Rebound
  21. Lufthansa picks Carsten Spohr as new CEO - source
  22. Google makes a point on gay rights at Sochi Games
  23. Figure skating-Wagner picked for team event ahead of Gold
  24. IOC to watch new women's format with interest
  25. BRIEF-Shire shares fall after Vyvanse fails in depression
  26. China's Yu elected IOC VP, Turkey's Erderner on Board
  27. Hoffman's Funeral To Be Like The Actor _ Private
  28. In Israel, A Push To Bring Arabs Into Tech Sector
  29. Ice Storm's Wake Leaves Power Customers In Dark
  30. Hungary's Richter says institutional investor has reduced stake
  31. French and Benelux stocks-Factors to watch on Feb 7
  32. Arseus sees profit and sales growth in 2014
  33. BRIEF-Oxford Pharmascience to start oxp001 400mg Ibuprofen study
  34. After 22 Years, Leno Gave 'Tonight' His Farewell
  35. Oscar-Nominee Filmmakers Credit Harvard Professor
  36. Afghan Taliban Say They Captured NATO Military Dog
  37. An Emotional Jay Leno Bids Goodbye to 'Tonight' - New York Times
  38. Unemployment bill stalls in Senate - Leader-Telegram
  39. Is a share buyback the best Apple could do with $14 billion? - Quartz
  40. The Monuments Men squanders a solid premise - Diamondback Online
  41. Senate fails to advance unemployment extension - Boston Globe
  42. Moscow accuses US of fomenting Ukraine coup; recordings leaked - Times of India
  43. Ban on Liquids for Carry-Ons on Direct US-Russia Flights - New York Times
  44. Pacioretty Leads Canadiens Past Canucks 5-2
  45. IOC: 'Only A Small Hiccup Here Or There' For Sochi
  46. Chicago Anti-Gang Efforts Tame Street Violence
  47. German stocks - Factors to watch on February 7
  48. Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on Feb 7
  49. Ipsen says late-stage prostate cancer drug study positive
  50. Republicans back away from immigration reform - Los Angeles Times
  51. Jay Leno's last 'Tonight Show' episode: One last nostalgia trip, then goodnight - Washington Post
  52. 'Monuments Men' a work of art - Boston Herald
  53. BRIEF- Arseus sees 2014 turnover of at least 480 mln euros
  54. For Many, Puerto Rico Retirement Far From Idyllic
  55. BRIEF-Nanjing Pharma gets regulatory approval to bring in foreign strategic investor
  56. U.S. debt limit gathers rust as political budget leverage tool
  57. Cubans 'Bury' Man Alive In Mock Funeral Tradition
  58. Flyers Chairman Snider Slams NHL's Olympic Break
  59. AP Source: US Waives Sanctions On Iran Broadcaster
  60. Google Makes Statement About Russian Anti-Gay Law
  61. US Sees Russian Hand In Envoy's Bugged Call
  62. Rookie Loupe sets early pace at rain-hit Pebble
  63. White House suggests Russia behind leak of bugged call - USA TODAY
  64. Seoul shares edge up on U.S. data, soft corporate earnings cap gains
  65. PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Feb 7
  66. Tests Show Different Arsenic Levels In NC Spill
  67. NATO Trial Asks Question: Who's A Terrorist?
  68. 10 Things To Know For Friday
  69. US Temporarily Bans Carry-On Liquids on Flights to Russia - Voice of America
  70. Mass. Senate approves bill on unemployment aid - Anchorage Daily News
  71. Basu: To Woody Allen fans, daughter's letter is wake-up call - DesMoinesRegister.com
  72. 5 Memorable Moments From Leno's Final Show
  73. Immigration reform: Boehner says it's down to a matter of 'trust' - Christian Science Monitor
  74. Boehner Doubts Immigration Bill Will Pass in 2014 - New York Times
  75. Loupe Finally Gets A Score He Can Savor At Pebble
  76. Survivors Of Chemical Attack Want Stronger US Role
  77. Prosecutors Consider Vandalism Case Against Bieber
  78. Lillard Competing In 3 All-Star Saturday Events
  79. Major blow for Sweden with Henrik Sedin out
  80. Mass. Senate Considers Changes in Unemployment Aid - abc40
  81. Tests to show water safety after coal ash spill in North Carolina
  82. The late Ralph Kiner, once feared slugger, became charming broadcaster - New York Daily News
  83. Senate Approves Max Baucus as China Ambassador - ABC News
  84. Most costly, controversial Winter Games set to open - Boston Globe
  85. Argentine Art Exhibit Celebrates Woody Allen
  86. Western Tribes Have New Authority Over Non-Indians
  87. Plenty Of Heart, Not Much Art In 'Monuments Men'
  88. Manhattan Funeral Home Hosts Wake For Hoffman
  89. Shire's ADHD drug Vyvanse fails in trial to treat depression
  90. Merck to settle NuvaRing lawsuits for $100 mln -media report
  91. UPDATE 1-Shire's ADHD drug Vyvanse fails in trial to treat depression
  92. Sizzling Swede Chopra takes early control at Pebble Beach
  93. Nadal out of Buenos Aires tournament
  94. 'Old man' Plushenko proves he is no spent force
  95. U.S., European security officials worry about Sochi-related attacks
  96. Thirty Minnesota school children treated for carbon monoxide
  97. Spanish Fashion Brand DelPozo Getting Attention
  98. Boehner: Immigration reform stalls because GOP has 'widespread doubt' about ... - Washington Post
  99. Ralph Kiner, Mets broadcasting legend and Hall of Fame Pirates player, dead at ... - New York Daily News
  100. Senate Fails to Pass 3-Month Extension of Jobless Aid - New York Times
  101. Former SAC Manager Mathew Martoma Found Guilty in Insider Case - Wall Street Journal
  102. Moscow accuses US of fomenting Ukraine coup; recordings leaked - Reuters
  103. UN Demands Vatican Stop Protecting Child Abusing Clergy; Vatican Says It's Doing More Than Anyone
  104. After 22 Years, Leno Bids Farewell To 'Tonight'
  105. Review: NBC Olympics Online Deserves Silver Medal
  106. Model Arkansas Way Of Expanding Medicaid At Risk
  107. In Sochi, An Olympic Artist Sees The 'Possible'
  108. New Rules Would Ensure Safety Of Infant Formula
  109. Obama And Biden To Start Fundraising Push For Dems
  110. Athenahealth profit beats estimate, shares rise
  111. Northern Ireland treats concert goers for drugs, alcohol
  112. Fortified foods make up for some missing nutrients: study
  113. Shire's ADHD drug Vyvanse fails in trial to treat depression
  114. Sea survivor appears weaker in public appearance - New Zealand Herald
  115. Preet Bhara: Now 79 for 79 on Insider Trading Cases - Wall Street Journal
  116. US Sees Russian Hand in Envoy's Bugged Call - ABC News
  117. TSA bans carry-on liquids on flights to Russia - USA TODAY
  118. Senate confirms Max Baucus as ambassador to China - USA TODAY
  119. Unemployment Bill Stalled Anew In Senate
  120. Obama: More Work To Do To Rebuild Haiti
  121. Food Industry Groups Say They'll Label GMOs, On Their Terms
  122. Investor seeks board seats at Ariad Pharmaceuticals -sources
  123. Family Matters, With A Dose Of Pharmaceuticals
  124. The Holocaust Recalled, Again, Through The Eyes Of 'The Unjust'
  125. A Horror Comedy With 'Everything' And Then Some
  126. Limited playing time helps injury-hit Wade flourish for Heat
  127. Struggling Cleveland fire general manager Grant
  128. Hall of Fame slugger Kiner dies aged 91
  129. Kids learn to shoot down stroke with video game
  130. Who's To Blame for the Immigration Reform Stall? - NBCNews.com
  131. UPDATE 2-SAC Capital's Martoma found guilty of insider trading - Reuters
  132. Unemployment Bill Stalled Anew in Senate - ABC News
  133. NBC goes for gold in Sochi, aims for profitable Olympics - Reuters
  134. Intercepted Phone Call Lifts Curtain on US Role in Ukraine - Businessweek
  135. Boat flips off Florida coast; 3 dead, 2 missing - Washington Post
  136. U.S. group issues stroke prevention guidelines just for women
  137. Administration Said To Ponder Insurance Extension
  138. Leaked Phone Call Offers Not-So-Diplomatic U.S. View Of EU
  139. Hall Of Fame Slugger Ralph Kiner Dies At 91
  140. Senate Panel Approves Civil Rights Nominee
  141. Opening Statements In Fla. Loud Music Death Trial
  142. UPDATE 1-SAC's Martoma found guilty of insider trading
  143. REFILE-UPDATE 1-Carlyle nears $3 bln-plus deal for Illinois Tool unit-sources
  144. Fitch Downgrades McKesson's L-T Rating to 'BBB+'; Outlook Negative
  145. US group issues stroke prevention guidelines just for women
  146. NBC goes for gold in Sochi, aims for profitable Olympics
  147. Flavor-pairing may teach kids to like vegetables
  148. Tests to show water safety after coal ash spill in North Carolina
  149. Boehner Stalls Immigration Bill Citing Lack of Trust in Obama - Businessweek
  150. Americans Warn Airlines of Toothpaste Bombs on Sochi Flights - TIME
  151. How Russia Enforces Its Ban On Gay 'Propaganda'
  152. US Points to Russia as Diplomats' Private Call Is Posted on Web - New York Times
  153. Ex-SAC Manager Martoma Guilty as U.S. Sweeps Insider Cases - San Francisco Chronicle
  154. Ralph Kiner, Mets broadcasting legend and Hall of Fame Pirates player, dead at ... - New York Daily News
  155. Senate Fails to Pass 3-Month Extension of Jobless Benefits - New York Times
  156. Pacific castaway's homecoming delayed - USA TODAY
  157. On eve of Sochi opening, US warns of 'toothpaste bombs' - Indian Express
  158. Immigration reform delay will be Obama's fault, Boehner says - CBS News
  159. House Backs Bill To Speed Logging Of Burned Trees
  160. Syria Puts A Crude Weapon To Deadly Use
  161. SAC Capital Ex-Trader Convicted Of Insider Trading
  162. Couple Charged After Girl Dies From Drinking Soda
  163. FDA's MedWatch Safety Alerts: January 2014
  164. Canadian Babikov embraces second 'home' Games
  165. Figure skating-Russians in pole position for team glory
  166. Jurors Reach Guilty Verdict in Martoma Case - Wall Street Journal
  167. Stolen Stradivarius violin valued at $5 million found, report says - Los Angeles Times
  168. Subway sandwich chain to remove chemical found in yoga mats from bread - CBS News
  169. A Year Adrift On The Pacific? A Medical Q And A
  170. Obama Sends Good Wishes To Jay Leno
  171. Insane Clown Posse Festival Leaves Ill. For Mo.
  172. Gunther overcomes fractures and funding worries
  173. Utilities Scramble To Restore Power In Pa., Md.
  174. Bulgaria's fledgling bourse looks to sustain growth in 2014
  175. Illinois Tool Works close to selling $3 billion unit - sources
  176. Pfizer beats back generic competition for Lyrica
  177. Empty seats greet Plushenko's Sochi debut
  178. Coach Arena signs contract extension with LA Galaxy
  179. Recovered Violin Confirmed As Stolen Stradivarius
  180. Senate Ready To OK Sen. Baucus As China Ambassador
  181. Boehner says immigration overhaul seems unlikely - USA TODAY
  182. Sochi Olympic security front and centre as events begin - CBC.ca
  183. Jay Leno's last day is also Michael J. Fox's last day: Meaning, what exactly? - Newsday
  184. Marshall Islands castaway appears weaker in public - Fox News
  185. Toronto Mayor Rob Ford 'targeted' for jaywalking, brother says - Fox News
  186. Austrian Morgenstern jumps weeks after bad crash
  187. Work Nearly Complete At NKorea Rocket Launch Pad
  188. US Stocks Move Sharply Higher; Disney Jumps
  189. Ex-Orleans Mayor Takes Stand In His Bribery Trial
  190. New App Spreads Spirit Of 2014 Boston Marathon
  191. FDA issues new rule to ensure safety of infant formula
  192. BRIEF-Fresenius places additional 4 pct senior notes due 2024
  193. Climb every mountain - but not the trees
  194. In-form Fourcade warns he's no Michael Phelps
  195. St. Louis replaces injured Stamkos for Canada
  196. Twitter Stock Sinks On User Growth Worries
  197. Judge orders Texas teen Ethan Couch to rehab for driving drunk, killing 4 - CNN
  198. Republicans Tell IRS to Scrap Rule Limiting Election Spending - Businessweek
  199. After 22 Years, Leno Bids Farewell to 'Tonight' - ABC News
  200. Speaker: Immigration measure will be tough to pass - Washington Post
  201. Luxury Carmaker Aston Martin Cites Fake Chinese Plastics In Recall
  202. A Few Things To Watch With The Olympics Beginning
  203. Step To Artificial Hand That Feels What You Touch
  204. Does a nose job affect the voice?
  205. And the ayes have it, or were they just louder?
  206. Four-way tie for Joburg Open lead after round one
  207. All Work, No Respect: Twice Pushed Out, Jay Leno Moves On From 'Tonight'
  208. Sochi Fail? Nobody told the athletes
  209. Mellow Miller missing the old vibes
  210. Wagner gambles on 'vicious' new routine
  211. Champion Kearney heads moguls qualifiers
  212. UN Reports Rise In Israel Demolitions In West Bank
  213. Ethan Couch, Texas teen in 'affluenza' DUI case, gets rehab, not jail - TheCelebrityCafe.com
  214. US warns of explosives in toothpaste tubes - The Seattle Times
  215. Sandra Bullock tears up, says goodbye to Jay Leno on his second-to-last ... - New York Daily News
  216. Source: Obama offers to stay away from some Senate races - CNN
  217. Obama: Religious Freedom Matters to 'National Security' - Voice of America
  218. US STOCKS-Wall St to open slightly higher, caution remains
  219. BRIEF-Aetna CEO says has received 200,000 Obamacare applications
  220. Sochi Games protest? Russian snowboarder not saying
  221. At Sochi Games, Putin evokes spirit of 1980
  222. Let's focus on sport not politics, say top U.S. skiers
  223. AstraZeneca takes on Merck in Alzheimer's drug race
  224. Turkish Internet Restrictions Raise More Concerns
  225. GM Reports Lower-Than-Expected 4Q Earnings
  226. Sochi Games Hold Echoes Of 1980 Moscow Olympics
  227. Oh, So That's What Goes Into A McDonald's Chicken McNugget
  228. Judge keeps 'affluenza' teen out of jail in fatal drunken driving crash (w/video) - Houston Chronicle
  229. Can Jay Leno Succeed in the Future of Late Night After 'The Tonight Show'? - Forbes
  230. How to Judge Obamacare Alternatives - Bloomberg
  231. US Jobless Claims Fall More than Expected - Wall Street Journal
  232. BRIEF-Teva Pharm to review further increases in dividend
  233. BRIEF-Aetna has enrolled 135,000 paid members through Obamacare exchanges
  234. Pull out of slopestyle? No way!, says Bright
  235. Wider Trade Gap May Mean Slower Q4 Economic Growth
  236. Israeli President Becomes Guinness Record Holder
  237. Hungary Lawmakers OK Russia Nuclear Plant Deal
  238. Thailand's Flagship Rice Buying Policy Turns Sour
  239. Bob And Linda Read Internet Movie Reviews, Part 2: Her
  240. BRIEF-PZ Cussons says to complete sale of Polish home care brands shortly
  241. UPDATE 1-Teva Pharm Q4 profit boosted by U.S. generics, Copaxone
  242. Top Stories: Ice Storm Cut Power To Thousands; Affluenza Teen
  243. Update-Moody's changes outlook on Philips' A3 rating to stable; affirms ratings
  244. Sorin sees sales growing 3-5 pct in 2014
  245. U.S./Canada daily earnings hits & misses Feb 06 - 0800 ET
  246. KKR's fourth-quarter earnings jump 127 percent
  247. Russia seeks to soothe security jitters on eve of Winter Games
  248. Sochi Olympic events begin as security concerns grow - CBC.ca
  249. Fact check: Losing jobs vs. choosing not to work - USA TODAY
  250. Texas teen won't get jail time for DWI crash - UPI.com