White House, U.S. Capitol on Lockdown After Reports of Shooter
The White House and U.S. Capitol both went into lockdown Monday afternoon after reports of a shooter on the grounds of the Capitol in Washington, D.C.
U.S. Capitol police shot a male suspect after reports of gunfire at the Capitol Visitors Center.
"There has been an isolated incident at the US Capitol. There is no active threat to the public," wrote the D.C. Police Department on Twitter.
Capitol police told the Associated Press one Capitol police officer had been shot and hospitalized with a non-life threatening wound and the shooter is now in custody.
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