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WASHINGTON (AP) A federal judge is siding with the District of Columbia. The judge upheld the limitations on gun ownership that D.C. put in place following the Supreme Court's 2008 decision overturning the city's outright ban on handguns.

WASHINGTON (AP) The Internal Revenue Service says D.C. councilman and former Mayor Marion Barry owes more than $15,000 in unpaid income taxes from 2005 to 2008. The IRS filed a lien against him. Barry's attorney, Frederick Cooke, called his client's tax debt "old news" and the lien a routine move. Cooke says Barry is paying off his debt in a payment plan.

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At Food World 'Oscars,' Category Sneakily Redefines All-American Cuisine

Most James Beard awards go to haute cuisine, but one prize recognizes classic neighborhood joints. And increasingly, the winners are immigrants whose cultures haven't yet dissolved in the melting pot.
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At Food World 'Oscars,' Category Sneakily Redefines All-American Cuisine

Most James Beard awards go to haute cuisine, but one prize recognizes classic neighborhood joints. And increasingly, the winners are immigrants whose cultures haven't yet dissolved in the melting pot.
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Understanding The Political Crisis In Brazil

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Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To Innovate

As PC sales fall, the Silicon Valley giant is struggling to remake itself to keep up with cloud computing and mobile. Intel recently announced the layoff of 11 percent of its workforce.

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