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The rain led to fears of mudslides and evacuation orders, but after a drought that's going into its fourth year, the rain was a welcome sight.
Given new data today, let's give the job market a B-Plus. Today a private sector count of American payrolls showed some strength, even if it wasn't spectacular. More on that. Plus, the publishing company Billboard will be releasing a new top 200 record album chart tomorrow. And for the first time, the rankings include data from downloads and music streamed digitally. And last up, the first amendment says the government can't limit free speech. Except when it can. For instance, you can't yell fire in a crowded movie theater if there's no fire. And what about tour guides who want to speak aloud about local attractions? The guides at some vacation spots are suing their cities for making them get a license. As we find out, claiming the licensing infringes on their First Amendment rights.