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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Wednesday Reading: Learning to Live With Urban Coyotes

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.

  • Standard of living slump looms in the shadows. (National)
  • Rome fines snackers at historic monuments. (International)
  • Montana shooting brings scrutiny of “castle” law. (National)
  • Credit-card data breach at Barnes &  Noble stores. (Business)
  •  College prices rise again. (National)
  • New federal rules for debt collectors. (Business)
  • Safety becomes a concern with high-caffeine drinks. (Business)
  • Dumplings: Good thing, small package. (Dining)
  • Peanut butter takes on an unlikely best friend. (Dining)
  • Candy gets a healthful upgrade. (Dining)
  • The ultimate pizza-delivery vehicle. (Wheels)
  • Move to the cloud in the least-expensive iPad mini. (Bits)
  • Keeping an An droid device secure. (Gadgetwise)
  • Learning to live with urban coyotes. (Green)
  • Laughter as a form of exercise. (Well)
  • Would you put a tracking device on  your child? (Motherlode)
  • Answers to questions about the ACT and  SAT, Part 2. (The Choice)
  • A Eurail pass now to include Turkey. (In Transit)
  • Why you should love Sao Paulo. (Frugal Traveler)