DC Police Look For Suspects In Stabbing And Shooting, Senate Will “Not” Vote On Healthcare Bill This Week…

One person shot & another stabbed, DC police look for suspects…

DC Police continue the search for two suspects in two separate. One is for a man who was shot on “D” Street in NW just after Midnight. At 1 another man was found laying in the road on 60th Street in Riverdale. He had been shot. Both victims are expected to survive.

The Senate will “not” vote on a revised healthcare bill this week…

This week’s scheduled vote on another revised healthcare bill has been postponed. The need votes are not there says some lawmakers. Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell says the delays is needed since Senator Mccain who under went surgery for blood clots can not fly in and his vote is needed to pass the bill.

Washington has until 4 to sign deal with Kirk Cousins, not happening says ESPN…

Washington is expected to let the 4pm deadline to ink a longer term deal with QB Kirk Cousins come and go. ESPN says that will make Cousins a franchise player for a second straight season and he’ll earn $25 Million this season.

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