Early Briefing: Happy Thanksgiving
*Put out your nice, shiny silver. Open a bottle of chardonnay. Enjoy the beautiful turkey, the vegetables, the well-prepared meal. Decorate your table with a floral centerpiece. This is the Thanksgiving that some local small businesses help people make happen. Click on the links to see their stories.
*There were no major delays at Washington area airports yesterday. See story
* It's missing a front door and a plastic pane or two. The phone books are long gone. But there's still a dial tone, and you can still make a call. It's a Washington monument of sorts, the last known working public phone booth in the region and one of only a handful left in the United States. See story.
*Freddie Mac was the target of a shareholder lawsuit accusing it of misleading investors about its risk-management practices. See story.
*There is an uneasy truce between the Prince George's County Democratic Party and labor unions, with the county's Democratic Central Committee adopting pro-labor resolutions. Issues arose when the party's vice chairman supported the arrival of Wegmans, which is a nonunion store. See story
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Posted by: Editor | November 22, 2007 12:07 PM
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