Soldiers fire a 155mm Howitzer at night from Forward Operating Base Ramrod in Kandahar on April 13.
My Alaska encounters with fly fishing and grizzly bears reveal how much America benefits from federal regulations. Without them, this pristine wilderness would likely not exist, and neither would many protections for consumers and workers.
The Dow fell about 240 points in May, which ended a five-month stretch of gains. Stocks closed higher on Tuesday with news of a possible Greek bailout package.
Dow gains 84 points, up nearly 5 percent over the last six trading days.
Energy stocks are up, and crude oil prices have risen to $92 a barrel.
Egg recall originator, agribusinessman Jack DeCoster, is pulling 380 million eggs off the shelves. His corporate malfeasance reaches back for decades, but he seems to regard fines as the cost of doing business. A database of repeat corporate offenders could prevent another egg recall or oil spill.