2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Business Highlights

    ___ Job market for college grads better but still weak The job market for college graduates is brightening a bit. The Labor Department said Tuesday that the unemployment rate for 2013 college graduates ...

  • Former Iron Curtain still barrier for deer
    Former Iron Curtain still barrier for deer

    PRAGUE (AP) — The Iron Curtain was traced by an electrified barbed-wire fence that isolated the communist world from the West.

  • Netflix to hike prices for new members by $1-$2
    Netflix to hike prices for new members by $1-$2

    Netflix Inc. said it plans to increase its U.S. prices for new members by a dollar or two after seeing limited impact from pricing changes in Ireland.

  • World's Largest Weenie Roast? Where Recalled Hot Dogs May Go
    World's Largest Weenie Roast? Where Recalled Hot Dogs May Go

    The 96,000 pounds of Oscar Mayer wieners recalled by Kraft may have a fighting chance of making it to the grill after all. “When we issue a recall, we always put safety first,”  Joyce Hodel of Kraft Corporate Affairs told ABCNews.com. “If the recalled product...

  • France raises deficit forecasts amid low growth
    France raises deficit forecasts amid low growth

    PARIS (AP) — The French government has raised its public deficit forecasts amid slow growth, but is still pledging to meet the European Union deficit target of 3 percent next year.

  • Drivers’ ‘zombie’ traffic tickets rise up decades later
    Drivers’ ‘zombie’ traffic tickets rise up decades later

    Drivers across New York state are being slapped with fines for decades-old traffic citations and are in danger of losing their licenses.

  • Colorado lawmakers move to tighten edible marijuana laws
    Colorado lawmakers move to tighten edible marijuana laws

    By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - Colorado lawmakers are moving to tighten laws governing the sale of marijuana-infused edibles, an issue that has gained attention following two deaths possibly linked to the ingestion of cannabis products, the measures' main sponsor said on Tuesday. The state House of Representatives this week unanimously passed a bill limiting the amount of concentrated marijuana that can be sold, and another bill requiring more specific labeling of pot-laced products, such as candies and baked goods. Rep. Frank McNulty, a Republican from suburban Denver, said the measures are needed to protect the public and assure that edibles are not mistakenly consumed by children. "The packages of edibles are labeled that they contain marijuana, but once they're out of the package, they're indistinguishable from a brownie or lollipop bought at a grocery store," he said.

  • Deciphering the Signs of Anorexia in the Very Young
    Deciphering the Signs of Anorexia in the Very Young

    Until the age of 10, twins Reagan and Grace Freeman were like two peas in a pod living in a suburb of Houston, Texas. After they moved to another state, their mother, Cindy Freeman, noticed that Reagan started rejecting foods she used to love, exercised...

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