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6 people shot in D.C. over an 8-hour period

- The Washington Times

Six people were shot in Washington, D.C., over an 8-hour period stretching from Sunday night to early Monday, including one man killed in Northeast and three people injured in two separate robbery attempts in the Brightwood neighborhood in Northwest.

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (center), flanked by Police Chief Cathy Lanier (left) and ATF Special Agent in Charge Charlie Smith, pledged that investigators would find the person responsible for this "act of evil." Daron Dylon Wint, 34, was named as the prime suspect in the May 14 quadruple homicide. (Associated Press)

Suspect in family slaying sought in N.Y.

- The Washington Times

The man suspected of killing wealthy D.C. businessman Savvas Savopoulos, his wife, their young son and the family’s housekeeper previously worked for the man’s company and is thought to have fled to Brooklyn, police officials announced Thursday.

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Riders participate in the the annual Rolling Thunder 'Ride for Freedom' motorcycle rally, with the Lincoln Memorial in the background, in Washington, Sunday, May 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Molly Riley)

Rolling Thunder rides with pride into D.C.

- The Washington Times

Rolling Thunder has much more to offer than motorcycles on Memorial Day: The nonprofit group provides year-round aid to veterans and their families to help pay for meals, mortgages and other bills to prevent homelessness.

Popping up: The Baxter Brewing Co. in Lewiston, Maine, has joined a growing number of small craft  breweries distributing their beer in cans rather than in glass bottles. (Associated Press)

Yes we can, trendy American craft brewers say

- The Washington Times

Even among beer snobs, there is a strict hierarchy, with the lowest caste reserved for those who drink from cans. Even if a cogent reason for such disdain couldn't be logically constructed, it likely would go as follows: True cerevisaphiles drink from bottles.

D.C.  Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier downplayed a recent ruling striking down part of the city's concealed carry gun law, saying she had seen few applications. (Associated Press)

D.C. police chief downplays ruling on concealed carry law

- The Washington Times

Citing the low number of concealed carry permit applications the District has received, D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier on Tuesday downplayed the effects of a federal court ruling that strikes down the city's requirement gun owners demonstrate a "good reason" in order to receive the permits.