Man Shot Multiple Times In Broad Daylight As DC Violence Continues

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MPD officers at crime scene. (FOX5/Screenshot)

‘The criminal justice system in this city is broken’

DC Police Chief Fed Up With Criminal Revolving Door, Lack Of Action

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Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier pauses as she listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office Valerie Parlave (not seen) host a news conference to share the findings about the investigation into the shootings at the Navy Yard last Monday at the FBI's Washington Field Office in Washington, September 25, 2013. Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis believed he was being controlled by electromagnetic waves in the months before he killed 12 people at a Washington base on Sept. 16, an FBI official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Larry Downing

‘Where the hell is the outrage?’

Woman Sexually Assaulted Aboard DC Metro Train

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A Washington, D.C. police car arrives at the scene where a man set himself on fire near the U.S. Capitol building on the National Mall in Washington, October 4, 2013. The man was rushed to a local hospital by helicopter after using fuel to set himself ablaze near the National Gallery of Art in the middle of the mall, which remains closed due to the U.S. government shutdown. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Police apprehend suspect immediately

Brutal Commute: DC Metro's Repair Equipment Derails

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WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES: Patrons crowd the platform 20 December, 2004 at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's (WMATA) Metro Center stop in Washington, DC. Thousands use the public transit system daily to get them in and around the DC area. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Terrible’

Violent MS-13 Attacks Across DC Stirs Community Panic

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Walter Geovani Salguero, 30, an inmate and member of El Salvador's Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang, participates in a pledge event during a news conference at the Sonsonate jail

‘It’s scary to know that they’re here’

Petition Seeks Revolutionary Overhaul Of Veteran Services To Combat Military Suicide

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A U.S. Navy Honor Guard flag folding ceremony is watched by 22 U.S. military World War II veterans from St. Louis, Missouri visiting the National World War II Memorial on Veteran's Day in Washington, November 11, 2014. REUTERS/Larry Downing

‘A crisis that is more pressing now than ever before’

DC Metro Repairs Throw Wrench Into Marine Corps Marathon

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A group of competitors in the annual Marine Corps Marathon run past the U.S. Capitol at about the 18 mile mark in the race, in Washington October 28, 2001. Approximately 18,000 people ran in the event, won by retired marine Farley Simon of Honolulu. Farley finished the 26 mile, 385 yard race with a time of 2 hours 28 minutes and 28 seconds. REUTERS/Andy Clark

‘Runners are encouraged to minimize their dependency on Metro’

Crumbling DC Metro Station Ceiling Forces Emergency Structural Repairs

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The Woodley Park Metro station in Washington, DC is shown filling with smoke in this handout photo taken February 21, 2015, provided by Liz Palka. REUTERS/Liz Palka/Handout

‘Deficiencies are discovered’

DC Teen Didn't Have Money For Weed, So He Shoots Man In The Face In McDonald's

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Crime scene. (NBC4/Screenshot)

‘They shot him for nothing’

Widespread Delays Grip DC Metro System After Major Mechanical Failures

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WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES: Patrons crowd the platform 20 December, 2004 at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's (WMATA) Metro Center stop in Washington, DC. Thousands use the public transit system daily to get them in and around the DC area. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Get your act together’

DC Test Scores Rise Slightly, Now Only 25 Percent Of Students Meet Standards

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A school bus sits parked along a street in the Queens borough of New York

‘There was a backlash’

Two People Wounded, One Critically After ANOTHER DC Shooting

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A Washington, D.C. police car arrives at the scene where a man set himself on fire near the U.S. Capitol building on the National Mall in Washington, October 4, 2013. The man was rushed to a local hospital by helicopter after using fuel to set himself ablaze near the National Gallery of Art in the middle of the mall, which remains closed due to the U.S. government shutdown. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

Second shooting this week in area

Hepatitis Smoothies Infect 40 People, More Than Half Hospitalized

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Strawberry smoothie. (pilipphoto/Shutterstock)

‘Safety is our top priority’

DC Engineer Banned From City Buildings After Switching Off 911 Service

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An ambulance is seen in front of the US Capitol October 16, 2013 in Washington, DC. US lawmakers embarked on another day of high-stakes political brinkmanship Wednesday, battling to scrape together an eleventh hour deal to protect Washington's battered financial standing. At midnight (0400 GMT), the US economy will sail into uncharted waters and the Treasury will no longer be able to guarantee it will be able to meet its obligations and avert a devastating debt default. The only way to avert this peril, which could send global markets into turmoil and threaten another recession, would be for Congress to agree to raise the US government's $16.7 trillion debt ceiling. (KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

‘Is this a horror movie?’

One Dead As Violence Grips DC In Rash Of Shootings And Stabbings

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MPD officers. (MPD/YouTube/Screenshot)

Homicide count rises to 90

DC Metro Worker Allegedly Told 'This Isn't The Job For You' After Reporting Sexual Harassment

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Riders wait to board a Metro subway train in Washington, in this file photo taken April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/Files

‘It’s definitely a culture’

DC Violence Claims Two Lives In Double Homicide

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MPD officers at crime scene. (FOX5/Screenshot)

88 murders in DC this year

Fresh Repairs, Breakdowns Test Patience Of DC Metro Riders

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DC Metro train pulls into station. (Shuttershock/2265524729)

‘Why don’t you work’

DC 911 Calls Stop Working At The Worst Possible Time

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An ambulance is seen in front of the US Capitol October 16, 2013 in Washington, DC. US lawmakers embarked on another day of high-stakes political brinkmanship Wednesday, battling to scrape together an eleventh hour deal to protect Washington's battered financial standing. At midnight (0400 GMT), the US economy will sail into uncharted waters and the Treasury will no longer be able to guarantee it will be able to meet its obligations and avert a devastating debt default. The only way to avert this peril, which could send global markets into turmoil and threaten another recession, would be for Congress to agree to raise the US government's $16.7 trillion debt ceiling.  AFP PHOTO/ Karen BLEIER        (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Unclear how many calls were missed

DC Minimum Wage Hike Linked To Largest Loss Of Restaurant Jobs In 15 Years

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union & labor activists gathered along Varick Street to urge the NY Wage Board on its first ever meeting to seek a $15 per hour minimum wage. (Shutter stock).

‘A warning to cities and states’