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Jefferson City News Tribune
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasethe attention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Th
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 2 minutes ago
the attention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Then Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty both took bullets to protect the president. WASHINGTON (AP) — John... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men —
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men — Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty — each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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The Morning Call
Wounded officers struggle with news of John Hinckley Jr.'s releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men —
Wounded officers struggle with news of John Hinckley Jr.'s release
The Morning Call / Posted 5 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men — Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty — each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Wounded officers struggle with news of John Hinckley Jr.'s releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men —
Wounded officers struggle with news of John Hinckley Jr.'s release
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 6 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men — Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty — each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men —
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
The Seattle Times / Posted 6 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men — Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty — each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men —
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men — Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty — each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
The Record Searchlight / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseReagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Sec
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KXXV Waco / Posted 7 hours ago
Reagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty each took a bullet to protect Reagan. McCarthy spent five more years... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KWWL Iowa / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseattention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 7 hours ago
attention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former Secret Service agent McCarthy and former District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty, both of whom took bullets to protect the president. less FILE - In... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KHQ Spokane / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former Secret Ser
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 7 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and former District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty, both of whom took bullets to protect the president. (AP Photo/Ron... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 8 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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ABC Montana
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
ABC Montana / Posted 8 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KTVN Reno / Posted 8 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseReagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Sec
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 8 hours ago
Reagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty each took a bullet to protect Reagan. McCarthy spent five more years... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseReagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Sec
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 8 hours ago
Reagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty each took a bullet to protect Reagan. McCarthy spent five more years... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseReagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Sec
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 8 hours ago
Reagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty each took a bullet to protect Reagan. McCarthy spent five more years... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releasePresident Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men -
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
WGEM Quincy / Posted 8 hours ago
President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Two other men - Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty - each took a bullet to protect the president. Thirty-five years later,... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseReagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Sec
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 8 hours ago
Reagan have mixed feelings about the news that Hinckley will soon go free. Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty each took a bullet to protect Reagan. McCarthy spent five more years... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseattention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
attention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former Secret Service agent McCarthy and former District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty, both of whom took bullets to protect the president. less FILE - In... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's releaseattention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former
Wounded officers struggle with news of Hinckley's release
Darien News-Review / Posted 8 hours ago
attention: President Ronald Reagan and his press secretary, James Brady. Former Secret Service agent McCarthy and former District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty, both of whom took bullets to protect the president. less FILE - In... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
Couple to pay $539K for sending kids to DC schools illegallyWASHINGTON (AP) - A judge is ordering two District of Columbia police officers
Couple to pay $539K for sending kids to DC schools illegally
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 12 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - A judge is ordering two District of Columbia police officers to pay $539,000 for enrolling their three children in city public schools for years while living in Maryland and Virginia. Attorney General Karl Racine announced the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man who took bullet for Reagan unsure about John Hinckley Jr's releaseafter speaking at a conference. The first bullet hit Reagan's press secretary
Man who took bullet for Reagan unsure about John Hinckley Jr's release
Daily Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
after speaking at a conference. The first bullet hit Reagan's press secretary James Brady in the head and the second hit District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty in the back of the neck. Hinckley missed his third shot, but his fourth... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Suspicious package shuts down DC's Union Stationtweeted that they are assisting Amtrak police in investigating the package, whi
Suspicious package shuts down DC's Union Station
MyMotherLode.com / Posted yesterday
tweeted that they are assisting Amtrak police in investigating the package, which was reported Wednesday afternoon. A District of Columbia police spokesman says city officers are also on the scene. Thousands of commuters and train passengers... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Suspicious package shuts down D.C.'s Union Stationtweeted that they are assisting Amtrak police in investigating the package, whi
Suspicious package shuts down D.C.'s Union Station
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
tweeted that they are assisting Amtrak police in investigating the package, which was reported Wednesday afternoon. A District of Columbia police spokesman says city officers are also on the scene. Thousands of commuters and train passengers... Read more
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11 News Houston
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weaponswindow to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weapons
11 News Houston / Posted 6 days ago
window to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:50 a.m. ET, The Washington Post reported. District of Columbia police investigators are examining surveillance video in the area. In May, an FBI agent in San... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weaponswindow to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weapons
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 6 days ago
window to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:50 a.m. ET, The Washington Post reported. District of Columbia police investigators are examining surveillance video in the area. In May, an FBI agent in the San... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weaponswindow to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weapons
The Record Searchlight / Posted 6 days ago
window to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:50 a.m. ET, The Washington Post reported. District of Columbia police investigators are examining surveillance video in the area. In May, an FBI agent in the San... Read more
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USA Today
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weaponswindow to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:
FBI offers up to $10K reward for stolen weapons
USA Today / Posted 6 days ago
window to grab the lock box; the agent reported the theft to police at about 7:50 a.m. ET, The Washington Post reported. District of Columbia police investigators are examining surveillance video in the area. In May, an FBI agent in the San... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Black Republican Sen. Tim Scott tackles police 'trust gap'income, no matter their disposition in life." A young former staffer of Scott'
Black Republican Sen. Tim Scott tackles police 'trust gap'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
income, no matter their disposition in life." A young former staffer of Scott's grew so frustrated over being stopped by District of Columbia police, the senator said, that he replaced the car with "a more obscure form of transportation. He was... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US CapitolCapitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US Capitol
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 15 days ago
Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US CapitolCapitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US Capitol
Stamford Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US CapitolCapitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US Capitol
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 15 days ago
Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police... Read more
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Connecticut Post
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US CapitolCapitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US Capitol
Connecticut Post / Posted 15 days ago
Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police... Read more
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The New Canaan News
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US CapitolCapitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US Capitol
The New Canaan News / Posted 15 days ago
Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police... Read more
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Darien News-Review
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US CapitolCapitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US Capitol
Darien News-Review / Posted 15 days ago
Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US CapitolCapitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office
3 men charged after shots fired at officers near US Capitol
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down after District of Columbia police stopped the car about two blocks from the Capitol and took three people into custody, Police... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Pike County Fair officials cancel Wednesday events>> The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday
Pike County Fair officials cancel Wednesday events
WGEM Quincy / Posted 15 days ago
>> The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday after suspects nearby shot at District of Columbia police with a small machine gun.More >> Church spreads love to combat chaosChurch spreads love to... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Weather radios not working properly amid National Weather Service technical issues>> The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday
Weather radios not working properly amid National Weather Service technical issues
WGEM Quincy / Posted 15 days ago
>> The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday after suspects nearby shot at District of Columbia police with a small machine gun.More >> First responders recall windstorm one year laterFirst... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Severe weather threatens the Tri-States on the anniversary of memorable windstorm>> The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday
Severe weather threatens the Tri-States on the anniversary of memorable windstorm
WGEM Quincy / Posted 15 days ago
>> The U.S. Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday after suspects nearby shot at District of Columbia police with a small machine gun.More >> First responders recall windstorm one year laterFirst... Read more
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TribLIVE
U.S. Capitol briefly locked down, 2nd time in weekin week WASHINGTON — The Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked
U.S. Capitol briefly locked down, 2nd time in week
TribLIVE / Posted 16 days ago
in week WASHINGTON — The Capitol and its office buildings were briefly locked down Tuesday after suspects nearby shot at District of Columbia police with a small machine gun. Police arrested three men after stopping their car about two blocks... Read more
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