A&P put the supermarket chain up for sale last September, but hasn't said whether there's been interest.
Apparently Mountain Dew drinkers "didn't really see anything that fit their needs" in the mornings.
Attorneys are still trying to stop the NYPD's "all encompassing dragnet for intelligence."
Supermarket consultants note that many of its stores are money-losers.
The famous Vietnam correspondent helped inform the country about the conflict there.
The super said, "Suspicious in the sense that the apartment has about — has no furniture except two beds, has no clothing, has New York City Police Department radios."
"The Muslim community feels under siege, and that issue has to be addressed."
Some contend that the outrage over the AP's series on the NYPD will only serve to radicalize the Muslim community.
AP's Senior Managing Editor for U.S. News Mike Oreskes about how the story developed, where the information comes from and about the raging debate on maintaining civil liberties in the War on Terror.
The reports contain photographs of mosques and Muslim-owned businesses, and the names and descriptions of those who worked in them.
We stumbled across this old photograph of an A & P
Caroline Kennedy, whose Senate aspirations have only allowed for controlled moments
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