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Monday, October 29, 2012

Monday Reading: Traveling with Children with Special Needs

A variety of consumer-focused articles appears daily in The New York Times and on our blogs. Each weekday morning, we gather them together here so you can quickly scan the news that could hit you in your wallet.

  • A part-time life, as hours shrink and shift. (Business)
  • U.S. to sponsor health insurance plans. (National)
  • Texas cities disagree on texting and driving bans. (National)
  • The 80-year-old marathon man. (N.Y./Region)
  • Using the power of the crowd for customer service. (Sunday Business)
  • Testing autism and air travel.  (Travel)
  • Who really benefits from interest deductions. (Real Estate)
  • Yes, driverless cars know the way to San Jose. (Automobiles)
  • F.D.A. details contamination at compounding pharmacy. (National)
  • Reports on energy drinks show gaps in safety policy. (Business)
  • Readers tell of traveling with children with special needs. (In Transit)
  • A marriage built on an absence of fuss. (Booming)
  • How to shoot a photo to remember. (The New Old Age)
  • Halloween forecast: Cloudy with chance of diabetes. (Motherlode)
  • Pancakes for dinner, syrup optional. (Well)
  • Exercise may protect against brain shrinkage. (Well)
  • Troubleshooting video problems in Facebook. (Gadgetwise)
  • Google is testing same-day delivery service. (Bits)
  • Painting a bolder face on mass transit. (Wheels)
  • Massachusetts shuts down another compounding pharmacy. (National)
  • Bracing for storm, U.S. stock markets to close. (Business)
  • Turning off Mac screen notifications. (Gadgetwise)
  • There's homework to do on school lunches. (Well)
  • Answers to questions about early admissions, part one. (The Choice)