Another Death in Waldorf Shooting, Mayor Bowser to Address Missing Teens, Vote on President’s Healthcare Plan…

Now three people are dead and one is fighting for her life following a murder-suicide in Waldorf…

The 17-year-old shot last night inside of a home has died. Police believe it’s a case of murder-suicide. The shooting happened last night in Charles County on Westdale Court in Waldorf. Deputies found a baby girl and a man shot to death. A  teenage girl and a woman were critically hurt but earlier this hour the teen succumb to her injuries. Neighbors tell the “Washington Post” the man deputies believe was the gunman is the woman’s husband and father of the two girls.

DC Mayor Bowser holds an afternoon Facebook live meeting about missing black children…

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has decided to hold a 1 O’clock Facebook live townhall meeting today about the growing concern and fear of missing children of color in the District. This announcement comes on the heels of DC Police releasing information about another missing child. 17-year-old Demetria Carthens has been missing since February. Carthens was last seen in the 200 block of “I” Street in S.E.

President Trump’s Health Plan is put to the test in the House…

Today’s the day for the GOP health care bill. Republican leaders postponed yesterday’s planned vote because of concerns it did not have enough support. But President Trump has told them that if the vote doesn’t occur today, he’s moving on. The House Rules Committee is meeting this morning to consider more amendments to the legislation, including one filed by House Speaker Paul Ryan. Leaders are trying to make the bill more attractive to skeptical conservatives. The plan is also opposed by Democrats and some moderate Republicans.

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