Here’s our roundup of the five stories you should read before your evening commute:
• Venezuelan authorities say Ramos is alive. The four-wheel-drive vehicle that armed men used to kidnap Wilson Ramos has been found. The Ramos family has yet to hear from the kidnappers.
• D.C. WWI memorial opens. From The Post’s Michael E. Ruane: “Eighty years after it was dedicated in front of President Herbert Hoover and World War I hero Army Gen. John J. Pershing, the once dilapidated and neglected D.C. War Memorial reopened Thursday after a months-long restoration.”
• Share your Veterans Day tributes. Share yours by visiting wapo.st/veteranstributes. Here’s just one: “To my dearest friends who served in Nam in 1968 and 1969, with the U. S. Marines. Thank you for the wonderful memories that will stay with me forever. – Wanda”
• Write-ins could have tipped Va. race. The next time you think about going the write-in route just to make a point, consider this: 63 write-ins made the difference in one House race.
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