The New York Department of Financial Services flexes its muscles across the Atlantic, someone who drowned at Jones Beach surfaces, although the recession may technically be over, its effects linger and  AARP rolls out a campaign highlighting the stresses of caring for an elderly loved one. This and more in this week’s Week in Pictures

Raymond Roth, center, is escorted by law enforcement officers to the Long Island State Park Police Headquarters, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012 in Babylon, N.Y. Roth is suspected of faking his own drowning at a New York beach in a scheme to collect on a life insurance policy. The 47-year-old was reported missing by his son on July 28 at Jones Beach. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)

Patients leave a portable clinic at the middle school to be tested for Hepatitis C , Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 in Stratham, N.H. The New Hampshire Health Department set up the first clinic to test people for hepatitis C related to an outbreak at Exeter Hospital.(AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Sidewalk ads outside a west Denver medical marijuana dispensary advertise low prices and “Clones Galore!” on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. After complaints such ads are unseemly, the Denver City Council voted Monday to ban outdoor marijuana advertising including billboards, bus placards and sign-spinners. (AP Photo/Kristen Wyatt)

Greg Mann, an unemployed research analyst and real estate appraiser, is pictured at his home Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012, in Braselton, Ga.. The recession that ended three years ago lingers on as the worst economic recovery since the Great Depression. (AP Photo/John Amis)

A television journalist reports from outside the Finance Ministry as civil servants protest, in Madrid, Friday Aug. 10. 2012. The Spanish Parliament approved in July parts of a euro 65 billion austerity package that includes cuts in pay for civil servants. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is fighting to prevent Spain becoming the latest and biggest victim of the economic crisis crippling the 17 countries that use the euro and ask for a full-blown government bailout. (AP Photo/Paul White)

In this Aug. 7, 2012 file photo, a man walks past the headquarters of Standard Chartered bank in London. Benjamin Lawsky, New York’s superintendent of financial services, said Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012, that his agency has reached a $340 million settlement with Standard Chartered Bank to resolve an investigation into whether the British bank schemed with the Iranian government to launder $250 billion from 2001 to 2007. (AP Photo/Sang Tan, File)

This undated frame screen shot from video, provided by AARP and the Ad Council, is from a new public service announcement illustrating the frustration that family members can feel as they struggle to care for aging loved ones while holding down jobs, raising children and taking care of their own health. The campaign, beginning Thursday, August 16 is to raise awareness of family caregivers and point them toward resources that may ease the strain. (AP Photo/AARP, Ad Council)