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Man with pressure cooker in car understands concern

The man who owned the pressure cooker destroyed by police during the Memorial Day concert apologized for his actions and said he should have considered the contents of his vehicle before choosing a parking space along the National Mall Sunday evening.

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Is this the year of the turtle?

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Virginia teen runs off and joins the circus

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A veteran salutes Memorial Day

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