2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Midday Glance: Railroad companies

    Shares of some top railroad companies are mixed at 1 p.m.: CSX rose $.14 or .5 percent, to $30.77. Canadian National Railway Co. rose $.35 or .5 percent, to $69.65. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. rose $.20 ...

  • US, EU, NATO condemn Russian aid convoy move
    US, EU, NATO condemn Russian aid convoy move

    LUHANSK, Ukraine (AP) — Frustrated by a week of delays, Russia sent over 130 aid trucks rolling into rebel-held eastern Ukraine on Friday without the approval of the government in Kiev. Ukraine called the move a "direct invasion" that aimed to provoke an international incident.

  • FDA clears Eliquis for new use against blood clots

    Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer said Thursday that federal regulators have expanded approval of their blood thinner Eliquis to treat two types of dangerous blood clots. The Food and Drug Administration ...

  • 61-foot-tall rubber duck turns Port of L.A. into giant bathtub
    61-foot-tall rubber duck turns Port of L.A. into giant bathtub

    What's being billed as the world's largest rubber duck sailed into the Port of Los Angeles on Wednesday to promote the city's Tall Ships Festival.

  • NATO condemns Russian action, sees build-up of forces near Ukraine
    NATO condemns Russian action, sees build-up of forces near Ukraine

    NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen condemned Russia on Friday for sending a "so-called humanitarian convoy" into Ukraine without the consent of Kiev and accused it of escalating the crisis. Kiev accused Moscow earlier on Friday of launching what it called a "direct invasion" of its territory, while Russia warned against any attempt to disrupt the convoy which it said was a purely humanitarian operation. "It can only deepen the crisis in the region, which Russia itself has created and has continued to fuel," Rasmussen said in a statement. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said more than 100 trucks had crossed the border, of which only some had been checked earlier by Ukrainian officials inside Russian territory.

  • Feds go after Countrywide's Mozilo…again
    Feds go after Countrywide's Mozilo…again

    Angelo Mozilo, the spectacularly tan co-founder of Countrywide Financial Corp., is reportedly in trouble with prosecutors once again due to his company’s loose lending standards leading up to the financial crisis. Three years ago the government attempted and failed to bring criminal charges against Mozilo.

  • Islamic State backers under scrutiny in US
    Islamic State backers under scrutiny in US

    NEW YORK (AP) — Officially, the FBI agents who swarmed Donald Ray Morgan at Kennedy Airport this month were there to arrest him on a mundane gun charge. But they whisked him away to their Manhattan office and grilled him for two hours on an entirely different topic: Islamic State extremists.

  • Ukraine accuses Russia of invasion after aid convoy crosses border
    Ukraine accuses Russia of invasion after aid convoy crosses border

    By Natalia Zinets and Dmitry Madorsky KIEV/DONETSK-IZVARINO BORDER CROSSING Russia (Reuters) - The United States demanded Russia withdraw its equipment and personnel from Ukraine after Moscow sent in a convoy of trucks on Friday in what Kiev called a "direct invasion". NATO said Russian troops had been firing artillery across the border and within Ukraine in a major escalation of military support for pro-Moscow rebels since mid-August, a defacto charge that Russia was waging war on its former Soviet neighbour. Moscow, which has thousands of troops close to the Russian side of the border, warned against any attempt to "disrupt" what it said was a purely humanitarian operation; Pentagon press secretary accused Russia of violating Ukraine's sovereignty.

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