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Afternoon Shots: December 30
DC’s growing population, al-Qaeda’s expense reports, and other things to talk about tonight. By Benjamin Freed
Comments () | Published December 30, 2013

The District's population is now more than 646,000. [Capital Comment]

Mike Shanahan is gone, but it's going to take a lot more than that to fix the local NFL team. [Post]

Uber would like you to know that it will be very expensive tomorrow night. [Capital Comment]

Members of al-Qaeda file detailed expense reports. [Associated Press]

WPFW was off the air for a week because its transmitter was offline. [City Desk]

It's been a very good year for the local beer scene. [DCist]

People are angry at Toby Keith's bar in Woodridge for having a "no guns" policy. [WTTG]

Area paper identifies "trend" of people bringing food into bars that don't serve food. [Post]

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