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DC Police search for suspect in a Quadruple shooting…

The suspect involved in yesterday’s quadruple shooting in NW remains on the loose. The victims were shot outside of Big Ben Liquor on N. Capitol. Police have released surveillance images of the man in question. A 7pm emergency community meeting will be held in the 5th District Community room.

Man found dead by a home in Prince George’s County ruled a homicide…

P.G. County Police are calling the discovery of a man’s body outside of a home in the 700 Block of Castlewood Place in Upper Marlboro a homicide. They do not believe it was random. The victim has not been identified.

Bernie Sanders meets with the President at the White House…

Bernie Sanders is still scheduled to hold a 4pm rally at RFK today. Now Sanders who asked to meet with President Obama will do so before hand. Sources say Obama will take this opportunity to ask him to concede to Hillary Clinton and to rally his supporters behind her.

Bench trial of Baltimore Police Officer in Freddie Gray murder starts today…

The bench trail for Baltimore Police Officer charged with murder in the death of Freddie Gray begins today. Goodson is the only Officer charged with murder in the case.

A private service is held today for Muhammad Ali…

A private Muslim funeral service for Boxing Legion Muhammad Ali will be held today. Some family members are responding to reports of people seeing tickets to his public funeral tomorrow by saying it is disgusting and disrespectful.

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