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Posted at 7:07 AM ET, 12/23/2009

Morning roundup

By Washington Post editors

Good morning. We're following the story of the American Airlines plane that departed from Washington Tuesday and overshot the runway while trying to make a landing in Jamaica. About 40 people are said to have been injured.

No one was injured when an Airtran plane out of BWI experienced an apparent bird strike Tuesday night and had to return, according to WJLA.

D.C. police are investigating an apparent slaying in Southeast. A decomposing body was found in the Stanton Glenn apartments.

In other news, federal workers are back on the job Wednesday, but most schools remained closed after the weekend snow. And it looks like that snow is already having an impact on Maryland's budget. State officials estimate the snow removal cost $27 million.

The Examiner is reporting that District Democrats are facing penalties for failing to file financial reports related to the 2008 convention in Denver,

By Washington Post editors  | December 23, 2009; 7:07 AM ET
 
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