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Afternoon Shots: December 19
US attorney keeps the heat on Mayor Vince Gray, and more to talk about tonight. By Benjamin Freed
Comments () | Published December 19, 2013

US Attorney Ron Machen really wants to see documents from Mayor Vince Gray’s office. [Loose Lips]

Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell got a temporary reprieve from a date with the lawman. [Capital Comment]

Maryland will announce which casino company—probably MGM—will build a casino in Prince George’s County. [Post]

Former Washington correspondent has a sad about being a Washington correspondent. [Capital Comment]

Federal judge tosses developer’s $100 million lawsuit against Howard University. [Washington Business Journal]

Brian Boitano announces he’s gay, becoming third openly gay athlete to be part of White House’s delegation to Winter Olympics in Russia. [ESPN]

It’s taken three years for DC to get as much snow as it did in in one day of “Snowpocalpyse.” [Capital Weather Gang]

Screenings of well-known Christmas movie Die Hard, and other stuff to do this weekend. [After Hours]

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