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Hartford, Conn., Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. told a reporter he might have tacos when WPIX-TV reporter Mario Diaz asked him, 'What are you doing for the Latino community today?'

The mayor of East Haven, Conn., Joseph Maturo Jr., has apologized for his flippant response to a reporter’s question about what he was doing for the Latino community in his city. Read more» 2

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued new rules requiring that companies dealing with international money transfers must disclose to each customer any fees, the exchange rate and the amount that will receive in local currency. Read more»

The Internal Revenue Service announced today that it is bringing back an amnesty program for tax cheats who have hidden funds in offshore accounts. Read more»

Some voters who took to Google to find out more about GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum the morning after the Iowa primary didn't end up any the wiser — the first result is a link to a vulgar definition. Read more» 1

The unemployment rate declined in 43 states in November, the U.S. Labor Department announced Wednesday. Read more» 1

The Monument Fire burns near Sierra Vista on June 15.

Twelve weather disasters causing $1 billion or more in damage hit the United States in 2011, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced today, making this year’s weather the most extreme on record. Read more»

Herman Cain

GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain appeared defiant at three events in Ohio Wednesday as he continued campaigning in the wake of Atlanta businesswoman Ginger White’s claims that they’d had a long extramarital affair. Read more» 2

Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. announced Wednesday that it is buying the Omaha World-Herald Co., which owns the local paper in Buffer's hometown. Read more»

In 17 out of 20 major American cities, home prices in September were lower than in August, the latest S&P/Case-Shiller home price index shows. Read more»

Starting on Saturday, English-speaking Catholics will hear new words at Mass, as the Catholic church begins using a revised translation of the Roman Missal. Read more»

The Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 index had their worst Thanksgiving week since the markets began observing the holiday in 1942, with the Dow losing 4.8 percent and the S&P slumping 4.7 percent. Read more»

UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe said that access to HIV treatment has had 'a dramatic effect on the lives of people everywhere.'

AIDS-related deaths are down 21 percent from their peak in 2005, according to a report released today by UNAIDS, the joint United Nations program on HIV and AIDS. The number of new HIV infections is also down 21 percent from its peak in 1997. Read more»

Nearly 1,900 federal prisoners are estimated to be eligible for immediate release as new sentencing guidelines for crack cocaine were applied retroactively Tuesday. Read more»

Rebeca Arellano, a senior at Patrick Henry High School in San Diego, was named homecoming king Friday. Arellano's girlfriend, Haileigh Adams, was crowned homecoming queen Saturday.

Students at Patrick Henry High School in San Diego, Calif., chose two girls to be their homecoming king and queen Friday. Read more»

A woman preparing for in-vitro fertilization gives herself a daily shot of hormones to help produce eggs.

In-vitro fertilization treatments increase the risk of having ovarian tumors, a new 15-year study published in the journal Human Reproduction says. Read more»

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