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Jan. 24, 2013: Afternoon News in 90

By on January 24th, 2013

  • Silver Springs, one of Florida’s oldest tourist attractions, will become a state park.
  • A class action lawsuit is forming against Subway, with customers demanding a refund for the “one inch” in which they did not receive.
  • The number of people applying for jobless benefits fell to its lowest level since 2008, which may suggest the job market is improving.
  • The U.S. is providing intelligence help and logistical support for France’s international effort to expel Al Qaeda militants from Mali.
  • The Pentagon lifted its ban on women serving in combat today, but it could take about two years for women to complete training for frontline positions.

 


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