Summary This rapper is officially back, and he's on fire!. Aptly titled "The Ride Home," the 54-second rap video is not much to look at -- mainly the back seat of a dark car and the lights shining in the night as the rapper rides home to freedom.

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Summary Another caller said she couldn't tell if the girl was awake, but pleaded, "An ambulance needs to come." Residents living nearby say that traffic has been an issue at the festival for years, and that not enough police officers are on hand to direct the thousands of visitors who come to pick pumpkins and go for hayrides each autumn.

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Summary Then come back here and refresh the page. Mayor Bill de Blasio and a viewer on the train (Submitted by Katherine). Bow Bridge in Central Park (Submitted by Adam). Piano on the FiDi shore (Submitted by Rachel).

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Summary CHICAGO -- LeBron James was in town to play the Chicago Bulls on Friday but you would have guessed the Cleveland Cavaliers were getting ready to play the Chicago Bears judging by how much he was taking about football in the pregame locker room.

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Summary Walkable, urban mini-D.C.s are popping up nationwide, with Frederick, Md., a notable example. In the Washington region, few places have benefited more from the phenomenon than downtown Frederick , where a flourishing restaurant, bar and art scene has transformed the 18th century county seat into a mini-D.C. In the past five years, the city has added 40 businesses to its eclectic downtown, Frederick officials say, and demand for houses in the most walkable parts of the city has pushed up median home prices.

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