2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

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  • Final Glance: Railroad companies

    Shares of some top railroad companies were mixed at the close of trading: CSX rose $.20 or .6 percent, to $31.49. Canadian National Railway Co. fell $.18 or .2 percent, to $72.50. Canadian Pacific Railway ...

  • Apple releases tool to remove free U2 album

    Some iPhone users are not happy that U2's new album, "Songs of Innocence," was automatically added to their iTunes music library, free of charge. In response, Apple has released a special tool ...

  • Why won’t Rand Paul admit he’s changed his mind?
    Why won’t Rand Paul admit he’s changed his mind?

    Rand Paul has trouble admitting that he's changed his mind. This could be a serious problem if he runs for president.

  • Sweden shifts to left in parliamentary election
    Sweden shifts to left in parliamentary election

    STOCKHOLM (AP) — Sweden's Social Democrats were poised to return to power after a left-leaning bloc defeated the center-right government in a parliamentary election Sunday that also saw strong gains by an anti-immigration party.

  • U.S. Congress may yet reach a deal to curb inversions, lawmaker says

    By Patrick Rucker WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congress may yet pass legislation this year to curb foreign buyout deals that allow corporations to cut their U.S. income taxes, a leading Democratic lawmaker said on Monday. Many large corporations have moved to trim their taxes in recent months by reincorporating overseas through the acquisition of a rival in a maneuver dubbed "inversion. ...

  • Hurricane strands tourists, sparks looting in Mexico
    Hurricane strands tourists, sparks looting in Mexico

    Cabo San Lucas (Mexico) (AFP) - Hurricane Odile destroyed homes and shut down airports in Mexico's Baja California peninsula on Monday, sparking looting, marooning thousands of foreign tourists and injuring 135 people.

  • Islamic State group's war chest is growing daily
    Islamic State group's war chest is growing daily

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Islamic State militants, who once relied on wealthy Persian Gulf donors for money, have become a self-sustaining financial juggernaut, earning more than $3 million a day from oil smuggling, human trafficking, theft and extortion, according to U.S. intelligence officials and private experts.

  • It was two for the price of one at the 37th and final Harkin Steak Fry in Indianola
    It was two for the price of one at the 37th and final Harkin Steak Fry in Indianola

    Bill Clinton is still the dominant personality, the superior politician and the better-known of the two. Here’s betting that between now and the Democratic national convention in the summer of 2016, if Hillary runs for president, there won’t be a ton of campaign events featuring her and her husband.

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