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  • Stocks fall on threat of Italy deadlock

    Stocks saw their worst decline in months Monday as Italy heads for political disarray. As stocks plunged, gauges of market sentiment indicated that investors were becoming more risk-averse and parking their money in defensive assets.

  • Stocks edge higher, breaking a weeklong slump

    Stocks eked out the week's second day of gains Thursday after flipping between gains and losses for most of the day. A strong report from Procter & Gamble boosted stocks early in the day.

  • NYC breastfeeding: a new-old plan to wean the world off formula

    Remember the Nestlé formula boycott? The long-term global effort to encourage breastfeeding as a healthier choice for newborns than formula – once focused on developing nations – is now a trend among US hospitals. But a new program to decrease the use of formula in hospitals, backed by NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, is being criticized as meddling in the decisions of mothers.

  • Stocks close lower for fifth day straight

    It was the fifth straight day of losses for both the Dow and S&P. That's the worst stretch for both since a six-day losing streak in May. With the US economy sluggish, there was little for investors to hold on to as the Dow closed down 48 points at 12,604.

  • Stocks climb on encouraging signs in economy

    Stocks on the Dow rise for the third day in a row, buoyed by falling jobless claims and better readings from leading indicators. 
    12/22/2011 10:56 pm

  • Enfamil recall: Wal-Mart pulls formula after death of newborn

    Enfamil recall was initiated by the giant retailer. Health officials are investigating samples of the infant formula, but so far have not called for an Enfamil recall.
    12/22/2011 09:09 am

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Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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