• Garcon earnings to Indianapolis, has certainty in McCoy
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    Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon. (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post) The Washington Redskins’ game against Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday represents a homecoming of sorts for wide receiver Pierre Garcon. That’s where Garcon spent the first four years of his NFL career, after being selected in the sixth round out of Division III’s Mount Union in 2008. Garcon

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  • Some giveaway representative bullpen options for a Nationals
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    GM Mike Rizzo. (Photo by Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post) It’s still early in the hot stove season, but the free agent and trade market will start to take clearer shape beginning next week. Other than trying to improve at second base, the Nationals aren’t necessarily pressed to make any moves. General Manager Mike Rizzo has said he is open to tweaking the bench and bullpen. Adding a

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  • Rifle shot misses Christmas-light unresolved neighbor
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    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Police in suburban Pittsburgh say a man fired a rifle at his neighbor hanging Christmas lights and then held police at bay for several hours inside his home before he was arrested.Munhall police say 53-year-old Richard Carter has been charged with attempted homicide and other counts after shooting at his neighbor Saturday afternoon. The neighbor

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  • Bomb Threat Against American Airlines Jet Being Investigated
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    A passenger aboard the American Airlines flight from Barcelona that landed safely at John F. Kennedy International Airport today after a bomb threat described the scene as "a big wave of confusion." "Nobody knew what was going on," Beth Henderson, 24, of Brooklyn, New York, told ABC News. "There was a gnawing worry in the pit of my stomach." The jet, with 200 passengers and nine crew

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  • Gov. Deval Patrick Won’t Be Running for President in 2016
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    Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick told “Meet The Press” host Chuck Todd he won’t be running for president any time soon. “I’ve thought about it, but no, I can’t get ready for 2016,” Patrick said. “I’ve felt it’s been two really challenging and fun terms, but I didn’t run for the job to get another job. I ran to do this job.” The interview touched on a number of

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  • Arsonists flame an Arabic-Hebrew bilingual propagandize in Jerusalem
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    JERUSALEM — Arsonists who police suspect are Jewish extremists torched a first-grade classroom and scrawled racist graffiti on the walls of one of the few Arabic-Hebrew bilingual schools in Israel. Suspects hopped a fence and entered the Max Rayne Hand in Hand School for Bilingual Education in West Jerusalem sometime late Saturday night. They spray-painted the stone walls outside the

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  • US-led Strikes Hit Islamic State ‘Capital’
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    Syrian activists said a wave of U.S.-led airstrikes has been carried out against Islamic State militants in and around the city of Raqqa, the self-proclaimed capital of the jihadist group. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Sunday as many as 30 strikes hit overnight and targeted Islamic State positions in Raqqa and the Division 17 air base, which the militants seized

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  • Lawyer: Egypt’s Mubarak Could Be Freed Soon
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    The lawyer for deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak said he could soon be freed, having served two-thirds of a corruption sentence and been cleared in the deaths of anti-government demonstrators in 2011. The 86-year-old Mubarak is being held in a military hospital, serving a three-year sentence in the graft case. But his attorney, Farid al-Deeb, said Sunday the former Egyptian leader

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