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The Times
  • Morning Jolt: ‘Zombie’ victim doing well

  • The homeless man who had his face eaten in a zombie-like attack two weeks ago is “doing well,” doctors say. The man, Ronald Poppo, lost 50 percent of his face, doctors say, and he has brain trauma as well. He will need months of surgeries.

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  • In the news: The homeless man who had his face eaten in a zombie-like attack two weeks ago is “doing well,” doctors say. The man, Ronald Poppo, lost 50 percent of his face, doctors say, and he has brain trauma as well. He will need months of surgeries.
    Happening today: JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon will testify today before the Senate Banking Committee on the bank’s massive trading loss. The loss was originally reported as $2 billion, but the actual amount could be higher.
    Opening bell: The Dow Jones opened at 12,573.80. The market was up 162.57‎ points Tuesday.
    Motivational quote: “Our life's a stage, a comedy: either learn to play and take it lightly, or bear its troubles patiently.” - Palladas
    Watercooler talk: 911 call reveals hiker's bear attack
    Alaska man scrambles up a tree after being mauled by a mother bear.
     
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