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Police: No evidence of shooting at Walter Reed

Montgomery County Police say police operations are complete at Walter Reed Medical Center and there is no evidence of a "firearm discharge." The all-clear has been given. Get the latest news and photos in the WTOP live blog.

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Bringing down the Confederate battle flag from the South Carolina State Capitol will get its first test as lawmakers return to Columbia to come up with a specific plan.

US stocks open lower after Greek ‘no’ vote on bailout

Stock markets and oil prices fell Monday after Greece’s voters overwhelmingly rejected reform proposals from international creditors, a verdict that’s reinforced fears the country may be heading out of the euro currency.

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