2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Final Glance: Railroad companies

    Shares of some top railroad companies were mixed at the close of trading: CSX fell $.06 or .2 percent, to $32.26. Canadian National Railway Co. fell $.16 or .2 percent, to $71.30. Canadian Pacific Railway ...

  • Johnson & Johnson buying Alios for $1.75B

    NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — Johnson & Johnson is buying the biopharmaceutical company Alios BioPharma Inc. for about $1.75 billion.

  • Special Report: Islamic State uses grain to tighten grip in Iraq

    By Maggie Fick SHEKHAN Iraq (Reuters) - For Salah Paulis, it came down to a choice between his faith and his crop. A wheat farmer from outside Mosul, Paulis and his family fled the militant group Islamic State early last month. The group overran the family farm as part of its offensive that captured vast swathes of territory in northern Iraq. Two weeks later, Paulis, who is a Christian, received a phone call from a man who said he was an Islamic State fighter. “We are in your warehouse. Why are you not here working and taking care of your business?” the man asked in formal Arabic. ...

  • Hong Kong democracy protests: Live Report
    Hong Kong democracy protests: Live Report

    Hong Kong (AFP) - 10:52 GMT - Tensions mounting as masked protesters gather near police - Protester numbers swell as activists dig in for another night of unrest.

  • 'Modern Family' editor live-tweets drunken passenger's in-flight meltdown
    'Modern Family' editor live-tweets drunken passenger's in-flight meltdown

    Ryan Case, the Emmy-winning editor and occasional director of ABC's "Modern Family," took to Twitter on Sunday to hilariously document the drunken passenger in front of her on a flight.

  • Hong Kong leader rejects protesters' demands
    Hong Kong leader rejects protesters' demands

    HONG KONG (AP) — Pro-democracy protesters demanded that Hong Kong's top leader meet with them, threatening wider actions if he did not, after he said Tuesday that China would not budge in its decision to limit voting reforms in the Asian financial hub.

  • Hong Kong protesters stockpile supplies, fear fresh police advance

    By Donny Kwok and Yimou Lee HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters extended a blockade of Hong Kong streets on Tuesday, stockpiling supplies and erecting makeshift barricades ahead of what some fear may be a push by police to clear the roads before Chinese National Day. Riot police shot pepper spray and tear gas at protesters at the weekend, but by Tuesday evening they had almost completely withdrawn from the downtown Admiralty district except for an area around the government headquarters. ...

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