September 23, 2014

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Diplomats owe NYC $16M in unpaid parking ticketsDiplomats owe New York City over $16 million in unpaid parking tickets
The Associated Press59 minutes ago
DC Council set to vote on concealed handgunsDC Council set to vote on allowing concealed handgun permits for residents
The Associated Press1 hour ago
USDA: Nebraska corn harvest progress laggingNebraska corn harvest progress lags average by date, USDA report says
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File - In this Oct. 17, 2012, file photo, Livestrong CEO and president Doug Ulman discusses the future of the organization in Austin, Texas. Ulman told The Associated Press on Monday, Sept. 22, 2014, he will leave Livestrong in January to become president and chief executive officer of Pelotonia, a Columbus, Ohio, charity bike ride that has raised more than $61 million for cancer research in its first five years. (AP Photo/Jack Plunkett, File)
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Demeeko Williams, left, of the Detroit Water Brigade talks into a megaphone during a rally outside federal courthouse in Detroit, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. A hearing was held about a lawsuit that seeks to block the Detroit from shutting off water to customers for unpaid bills. Judge Steven Rhodes set aside Detroit’s bankruptcy trial to hear evidence in a controversy that has been boiling all summer. A coalition representing low-income residents is asking him to suspend water shutoffs and restore service to people who have lost it.   (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
Detroit officials to testify in water disputeJudge to hear more testimony in dispute over cutting off water to poor Detroit residents
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