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Montgomery County police obtained a warrant charging Jorge Rueda Landeros — a 41-year-old yoga instructor currently thought to be in Mexico — with the brutal beating death of Sue Ann Marcum, whose body was found in her Bethesda home on Oct. 25.
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The National Pinball Museum in Washington is being forced to close after just five months.
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