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Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham and two teammates have been suspended for Saturday's home game against Vanderbilt after they were arrested by campus police for allegedly smoking marijuana near the school's football stadium.
Council Member Tommy Wells introduced a trio of bills on Tuesday to close ethics loopholes in response to a series of scandals that have plagued city hall in recent months.
The D.C. Office of Campaign Finance recommended Tuesday that the agency's general counsel take "whatever action deemed appropriate" against D.C. Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown's 2008 re-election committee after an audit uncovered substantial financial-reporting inconsistencies.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray should have been more prepared for the waves of bad publicity that overtook his young administration and been able to turn the public's attention to his achievements and goals over the next four years, political analysts say.
Neither D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray nor City Administrator Allen Y. Lew appears to have lost confidence in the District's public works chief despite a new report that calls "illegal" the leasing or purchase of several dozen SUVs, including one for Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown.
City officials broke the law by providing D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown a fully loaded Lincoln Navigator SUV, according to a review by D.C. Council member Tommy Wells that was released Monday.
An apparent vehicle explosion near a Los Angles-area harbor sent police scrambling to evacuate the neighborhood and order bomb squads into a hotel parking garage early Sunday, raising fears of a terrorist attack but later called the likely work of vandals.