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Paris terror mastermind has been killed…

They got there man! CNN is reporting that the Paris Bureau has confirmed that the body of the mastermind of last weeks terror attacks, Abdelhamid Abaaoud was killed in yesterday’s raid on an apartment in a Paris suburb. DNA was used to confirm his identity. Sources say his body was riddle with bullets. No other details have been released.

GOP leaders take action to block Syrian refugees from coming to U.S….

The House is set to vote today on a bill that would block Syrian refugee’s from relocating in the U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan says its necessary. President Obama is vowing to veto any such legislation.

Washington College will remain close through Thanksgiving, following new information…

New information from police has prompted school leaders at Washington College in Maryland to decide to keep the school closed until after the Thanksgiving holiday. The search for a sophomore who went home to Philadelphia last weekend to retrieve a gun is ongoing.

Metro is set to announce a new General Manager today…

After a year long search for a leader and countless problems on the
area’s transit system. Metro Board Members plan to vote and announce Paul Wiedefeld as the new General Manager. Today’s meeting begins at 11 am.

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