"It's time for Trustmark to immediately rescind the rates, issue refunds to consumers or publicly explain their refusal to do so," HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said of the company that refused to follow new federal regulations. (Associated Press)
** FILE ** Former Rep. Bill Janklow, a four-term governor of South Dakota, announces on Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, in Sioux Falls, S.D., that he is dying of brain cancer. (AP Photo/Argus Leader, Elisha Page)
Courtesy of Marlene terreros-Oronao, Arlington County Historic Preservation Program
David Gibney, left, leads a window restoration workshop in Arlington. Mr. Gibney, a member of the Window Preservation Standards Collaborative and owner of Historic Restoration Specialists, says most window problems can be solved with rope caulk and weatherstripping.
Hostess Twinkies are among the "numerous iconic products" made by Hostess Brands, which had emerged from an earlier bankruptcy in February 2009. Bankruptcy double-dipping is becoming more common. (Associated Press)
President Obama, joined by Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta (third from left), Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey (center) and various senior Defense Department and military officials, discusses the Defense Strategic Review and a military strategy that will include large defense cuts at the Pentagon on Thursday. (Associated Press)
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta stands by President Obama as he explains changes to military force and strategy that will result in the biggest defense cuts since the end of the Cold War. (Associated Press)
Newt Gingrich's girth surely could be a target in the race to be the Republican presidential nominee. Will it cost him? "Study after study after study shows the same thing. Weight bias is a highly prevalent form of discrimination, more common than other forms that have protection within our laws," says Yale University's Rebecca Puhl (Associated Press)