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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - John Donnelly
A deputy fire chief appointed earlier this year to oversee the D.C. fire department's troubled apparatus division is being demoted to battalion chief after the embarrassing discovery that several ambulances were repaired with street signs.
Now that he's a free man, George Zimmerman wants to go to law school to help other people like him.
D.C. firefighters Wednesday evening responded to a beloved Capitol Hill hardware store where a four-alarm fire sent a plume of black smoke streaming over the city.
A malfunction in a fail-safe system designed to assure compliance with federally mandated diesel emissions standards forced a D.C. ambulance to shut down on Interstate 295 while its crew transported a gravely injured gunshot victim Wednesday.
British boxer John Donnelly has been suspended for two years after a positive doping test.
Sen. Scott Brown on Thursday blamed his staff for passages about his upbringing on his official Senate website that were lifted word for word from a 2002 speech by former Sen. Elizabeth Dole.
A 350-foot heavy-duty crane fell at the Washington National Cathedral on Wednesday morning, crushing cars and damaging two buildings on the campus, officials said.
The couple told Reuters on Sunday that they were having dinner with Mr. Zimmerman recently when he told Mrs. Benjamin he wanted to go to law school.
"We're talking about things in a normal hardware store," he said. "Paint, varnishes, wood."