Early Briefing

* Radio One could be returning to the District if the city agrees to provide $22 million in public financing for a development atop the Shaw-Howard University Metro station. See story.

* Some of the merchants and residents who live around the convention center are unhappy that a proposed headquarters hotel won't open until at least 2011. See story.

* CACI buys snaps up firm that has many employees who have already secured government security clearances. See story.

* Joe and Karin De Francis sells remaining stake in Pimlico and Laurel racetracks. See story.

* Virgin America arrives at Dulles. See story.

By Dan Beyers  |  September 25, 2007; 7:06 AM ET
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