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  • Morning Jolt: Data deleted from simulator, Malaysian officials say

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    Malaysian officials reported today that data had been deleted from a flight simulator found in the home of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, CNN reported. Officials didn't say who had deleted the files or what had been deleted, but the missing information is a new key in the missing flight. CNN reported that experts said it's a bit unusual for such data to be deleted.
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    Vice President Joe Biden is in Lithuania today to talk to Eastern European leaders. He will seek to reassure neighbors of Russia that the U.S. will respond to any aggression against them.
    Opening bell
    The Dow Jones opened at 16,336.19 after finishing up 88.97 points Tuesday.
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