n locomotive — noun: an engine that runs under its own power; especially one that hauls train cars on a railroad.
“Little Obie pulls into Paducah” (Sunday).
n enforce — verb: to carry out a rule or law effectively.
“County cleaning house” (Saturday).
n filibuster — noun: a long speech used to put off or prevent a vote or action in Congress.
“Rand’s grand stand” (Friday), reporting on U.S. Sen. Rand Paul’s 13 hours straight of talking and standing on March 6.
n investor — noun: a person who provides money with the hope of making a profit, more money.
“Dow reaches record high” (Wednesday).