Baker Makes Hundreds of Doughnuts for Furloughed Workers: Today on Inside Edition

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Amid the longest U.S. government shutdown ever, one baker is delivering doughnuts to struggling federal workers. 

Rachel Wyman, owner of the Montclair Bread Company in New Jersey, drives over to Newark Liberty International Airport every Thursday to personally deliver the food to TSA agents who are working without pay. See more about her story here.

The trial is underway for a man accused of killing his childhood friend and dumping her body off a bridge. Read more about the case.

The Florida bank shooting victims included a mother of five who was about to celebrate her wedding anniversary next week. Hear what one of her regular customers had to say about her.

And the most expensive home in America has just been sold for a whopping $238 million. Go inside the New York City apartment.

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