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Posted at 05:11 PM ET, 11/10/2011

Nats catcher Ramos is alive; share your Veterans Day tributes (#PMBuzz)


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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”

Here’s a little bit of news. Washington offers the smallest homes for sale in the country. (Not to be outdone, NYC has origami apartments.)

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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