Afternoon Shots: November 14

Doug Williams wants to return to the NFL, Metro has problems, and more to talk about tonight.

By: Benjamin Freed

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]

Former Washington quarterback Doug Williams wants to come back to the NFL. (He just lost his coaching job at Grambling.) [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).