The Wall Street Journal took some of its computers housing news graphics offline after they were hacked, publisher Dow Jones & Co said. People familiar with the matter told the Journal that the move was intended to isolate any possible attacks. Workers were reviewing the systems to determine any signs of compromise, though they have not yet found any damage or tampering to the news graphics. "At this point, we see no evidence of any impact to Dow Jones customers or customer data," a Journal spokeswoman said.
BOSTON (AP) — It has been one of the lingering questions since the dramatic manhunt that gripped the Boston area in the days after the marathon bombings: Where did the suspects get the gun that authorities say they used to kill a university police officer?
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets mostly rose Wednesday, bolstered by solid U.S. earnings and home sales. Indonesian stocks advanced after the official vote count showed Joko Widodo the clear winner of a bitterly contested presidential election.