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Wall Street gnawed on a muddle of economic data and corporate earnings news Thursday, then sent stock indexes lower for a second day.
I was wearing slacks, a dress shirt, tie and jacket as I ambled up to the new Leica Store at 977 F St. NW the other day - a few doors down from a L'Occitane en Provence outlet - and I'm glad I was.
Odwalla Inc. says it is voluntarily recalling its Odwalla Chocolate Protein Monster beverage because four customers who have peanut allergies experienced severe allergic reactions after drinking it.
Excuse me please if I'm not jumping up and down about the Washington Wizards belatedly opening their season the day after Christmas. Or even twitching.
A rally that drove major stock indexes up 7 percent this week stalled Thursday. Stock indexes ended slightly lower, a day after the market posted its biggest gain in 2 1/2 years.
Expect to pay more for pecan pie this Thanksgiving, thanks to drought in parts of the South and soaring demand from China and other Asian markets.
The campaign for Washington state's Initiative 1183 is based on the belief that Costco shoppers should be able to pick up a fifth of Jack Daniels along with their family pack of hot-dog buns and three-pound tubs of mixed nuts.
Americans say they feel worse about the economy than they have since the depths of the Great Recession.
Federal authorities in California vowed to shut down dozens of pot growing and sales operations in a major crackdown, saying the worst offenders are using the cover of medical marijuana to act as storefront drug dealers.