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Afternoon Shots: November 14
Doug Williams wants to return to the NFL, Metro has problems, and more to talk about tonight.
President Obama announces changes to the Affordable Care Act that should stop insurance companies from canceling health-care plans. Also continues the obnoxious Washington tradition of football metaphors. [New York Times]
Metro says it’s sorry the Red Line has problems. Not that the Red Line is fixed, though. [Capital Comment]
Angry about the taxis in DC? In San Diego, they beat the taxis with didgeridoos. [Navy Times]
Prince William County authorities find that many prescription drug abusers are switching to less-expensive heroin. [Post]
Area college students mourn the macaroni-and-cheese food truck that went out of business. [GW Hatchet]
Iron Gate, the oldest operating restaurant in town, prepares to reopen, yet again. [Best Bites]
Catch free Steven Spielberg movies this weekend at the National Archives. [After Hours]
Happy hour of the day: Dover, Delaware’s Old Dominion Brewing takes over the draft lines at Iron Horse Taproom (507 Seventh St., NW).