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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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Police search for missing baby of man who jumped off bridge

Police searched Monday for a 7-month-old boy who may have been with his father when the man jumped from a bridge into a river.

Hundreds of thousands gather for pope Mass in South America

Hundreds of thousands of people filled a park in Ecuador’s main port city Monday for Pope Francis’ first big event of his three-nation South American tour.

Oreos get a skinny, 'sophisticated' makeover

There’s a brand new version of Oreos hitting shelves. And this "sophisticated” snack for grown-ups isn’t meant to be twisted or dunked.

Screen legend dishes on Oscar, Emmys, Blacklist

Actress Lee Grant shares her storied career in the new memoir “I Said Yes to Everything.”

A win, then a hug: Serena Williams tops Venus at Wimbledon

Serena Williams extended her mastery over her big sister Venus, and kept alive her bid for Grand Slam history.

Lush conditions fuel increase in rabbit fever

Fed by unusually lush vegetation, rabbits have been breeding like rabbits, increasing the risk for what is normally a rare bacterial disease in the state.

Exclusive: CAOs feel the pressure to get more bang for the buck

Federal News Radio’s fourth annual survey of chief acquisition officers and senior procurement executives found training, recruiting and retaining acquisition workers continues to be their highest priority.

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