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"Newsradio in Indiana man is suing his parents over the loss of some valued property every family has its issues. But those issues don't always end up in court. A man who lived with his parents for ten months. After his divorce is now suing them for throwing out his pornography collection. The forty year old is suing in Grand Rapids. Michigan federal court and says what is parents sent his belongings to his new home in Indiana. Twelve boxes of porn were missing. In. An Email is father said he told the son he did him in new favor. The man is suing for almost ninety thousand dollars. Pam coulter. CBS news at ten twenty five. It's time for money news on cable by w here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. Stocks lost a little ground in Monday trading. Analysts say disappointing quarterly results from Citi group and Goldman Sachs got the session off to a sour start. Each of. The key indexes pulled back about a tenth of a percent. The Dow Jones industrials fell twenty seven points to twenty six thousand three eighty four the NASDAQ closed eight points, lower the S and P five hundred lost to CitiGroup. Shares fell about a tenth of a percent. Goldman Sachs shares fell nearly four percent Bank of America scheduled to open. Knits books in the morning. Shares of Mattel were among the losers. The stock fell three percent. The toy maker announced after the market closed on Friday that it's Fisher Price unit is recalling Rockin play sleepers that have been linked to infant deaths. Waste management is making an acquisition. The company is buying advanced disposal services for about two point nine billion dollars. The deal will help waste management expand its presence in sixteen states. Crude oil futures closed at sixty three forty a barrel with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger, the fire that charred much of the famed Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is now out, but what's next that's ahead in three minutes with the quicksilver card from Capital One. You earn unlimited. One point five percent cashback on every purchase unlimited unlimited. On limited. Anyway, you say."