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- Nasdaq stocks posting largest percentage decreases
A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on Nasdaq at the close of trading: Sungy Mobile Ltd. fell 18.8 percent to $8.44. Bio-Reference Laboratories Inc. fell 9.2 percent to $29.60. Tecogen Inc. fell ...
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- Justin Bieber, Modern Day Princess Diana, Strikes Back at a Citizen Paparazzo
Today in celebrity gossip: Justin Bieber created a scene at Dave & Buster's and later compared himself to Princess Diana, plus Miley Cyrus' homeless VMA date is in trouble with the law, and Kim Kardashian no longer wants to be friends with Beyoncé. When life gets hard, who among us hasn't just wanted to drive over to our local chain of permanent carnivals, Dave & Buster's, for a nice night of skee-ball, hot wings, and shouting at sports games displayed on one thousand flatscreens? It probably didn't help that he'd brought on-again girlfriend Selena Gomez as his date (to, again, it's important to point out, Dave & Buster's) where he'd clearly been hoping to enjoy a night of low-key, chillaxed anonymity (at Dave & Buster's).
- Iran says purported Israeli drone came from north
- Arab East Jerusalem seethes with protests and raids
By Noah Browning and Allyn Fisher-Ilan JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Violent protests in Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem have been raging nightly beyond the spotlight on the Gaza war, leading to a crackdown by Israeli police in which hundreds of Palestinians have been detained. Street clashes with police in riot gear, military-style raids on homes late at night and stone-throwing at Israeli vehicles have marked the most serious outbreak of violence in Jerusalem since a Palestinian uprising a decade ago. The seething tensions have underscored deepening divisions in a city that Israel claims as its "indivisible capital". Damage caused by Palestinians to a Jerusalem light railway, which links Arab and Jewish neighborhoods and was once hailed by Israeli authorities as a symbol of coexistence, put a third of its carriages out of commission.
- COUPLE WEIGHS RECONCILIATION FIVE YEARS AFTER VIOLENT SPLIT
DEAR ABBY: Five years ago, my husband got drunk and physically attacked me in front of his family. It was horrible. I was in shock, and our relationship never recovered. The next four years were a series of court visits for custody of our child and eventually a divorce. Last year, his mother began requesting visits with our son. I was happy about it because I have tried to be accommodating to my ex and his family regarding our son. Finally, late last year, I called my ex to ask if we could sit down and discuss our son (something we had never done). ...
- Boston Marathon bombing victim marries his nurse
A Massachusetts man badly injured in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing married his nurse in a weekend wedding, according to the hotel where the ceremony was held. James Costello met Krista D’Agostino while he was undergoing treatment at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, according to the statement issued on Wednesday by the Hyatt Regency Boston. Costello suffered serious burns and shrapnel injuries in the blast and underwent multiple surgeries at Massachusetts General Hospital, it said. A resident of Malden, Massachusetts, he was at the 2013 marathon to support a friend in the race.