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Leggett To 'Think About' Running Again — After maintaining that this will be his last term as county executive, Isiah Leggett now says he will think about running again in 2014. Councilmembers Phil Andrews and George Leventhal have already announced their intentions to run. Other councilmembers rumored to be interested have said they will wait until Leggett decides. [Washington Examiner] Businesses Report No Real Boost From 'Small Business Saturday' — The marketing event from American Express is a good idea, some Bethesda retailers said, but still lacks the punch of Black Friday. [The Gazette] Bethesda Tae Kwon Do Master Offers Self Defense Tips — With police asking people to be aware of their surroundings this holiday shopping season, one Tae Kwon Do instructor offered tips for avoiding robbery or theft. [WUSA9]

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