Stabbing At Metro Station, Fallen Tree Kills Fairfax Woman, Jeff Sessions Anti-Clinton Chant

Metro employee stabs man

A Metro employee stabbed and critically wounded a man who broke into the manager’s kiosk at the Friendship Heights Metro station early this morning.   After a physical altercation between the two, police say the female Metro employee stabbed the man. That man is now in the hospital listed in grave condition.  The incident happened shortly after midnight while Metro was still open.  Metro officials say the man apparently was angry about train delays.

Woman dies when tree falls on her home 

A Fairfax County woman was killed Monday night after a tree fell on her home.  It happened around 8:45 p.m. at a Burke, Virginia home in the 5900 block of Burnside Landing Drive.  Officials found a 60-foot tree had fallen through the house. Inside the home, fire and rescue workers found a woman dead. The woman’s husband was unharmed.

Sessions laughs during anti-Clinton chant

While addressing a high school leadership summit in the District today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions laughed as students broke into the anti-Hillary Clinton, “Lock her up!,” chant.  Sessions was in the middle of telling students to stand by their conservative beliefs in college when the chant began at the conference hosted by Turning Point USA, a conservative youth organization. Representative David Cicilline, a Democrat from Rhode Island, called Session “a disgrace to the office he holds.”

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