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KITE GOES SOARING: Gilead Sciences, which makes treatments for hepatitis C, HIV and other illnesses, will buy Kite Pharma for $11.9 billion, or $180 a share.
The portico with its massive soaring columns was the site of many political speeches, including a campaign stop in 1960 by then-presidential candidate John F. Kennedy.
American pop group OneRepublic opened with an 11-song set that showcased the soaring, multi-octave range of lead singer and co-founder Ryan Tedder.
The pop great took it back to her late-'80s look, with the big hair, leather jacket and revealing fishnet outfit, for a soaring, note-perfect rendition of her mid-period smash.
Ms. Ri, known to the outside world for her soaring, bombastic voice, has been assigned to read all the North’s most important announcements, including the death of Mr. Kim’s father, Kim Jong-il, in 2011.
The news sent At Home’s (ATHM) stock soaring, up $10.88, nearly 15 percent, to $91.12 by late morning on the Nasdaq.
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