Mentally Ill Man's Family Recalls Fun, Loving Youth

Nov. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Haleemah Rabia, Sabah Muhammad and Makeeta Rabia, relatives of Salih Mahdi, who has schizophrenia, talk about the changes they experienced as he succumbed to the illness. Mahdi, whom Rabia says won't stay on his antipsychotic medication, has been accused of raping a woman in Georgia. He claims the sex was consensual. His next scheduled court date is in January. He could be found insane at the time of the crimes and sentenced to a state hospital. (Source: Bloomberg)

Quad's Chief Strategist May Be Shorting the Market Soon
00:59 - Peter Borish, chief strategist at Quad Group, and Bloomberg's Joe Ciolli discuss the outlook for U.S. stocks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro, Alix Steel and David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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