- U.S. The Independent
The White House was put under lockdown on Monday morning, according to reporters who cover the administration. Journalists posted messages on social media announcing the lockdown as they were assembled in the White House press briefing room, where they have not had a briefing in nearly 100 days. “We are literally locked in here,” wrote Megan Pratz, a reporter for Cheddar. “We can’t see much but Secret Service officers just ran across the lawn.”The Secret Service posted a statement on Twitter minutes later saying the agency was “responding to an incident involving a suspicious package located on Pennsylvania Ave.”Nearby pedestrian traffic routes were closed on Monday, the Secret Service added. The White House did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Secret Service Uniformed Division Officers are responding to an incident involving a suspicious package located on Pennsylvania Ave. Pedestrian traffic is closed along Pennsylvania Ave. between 15th and 17th streets to include Lafayette Park. pic.twitter.com/t7veePoDb7 - U.S. Secret Service (@SecretService) June 24, 2019More follows…
- U.S. Associated Press
A lawyer for the driver of a truck in a crash that killed seven motorcyclists is not commenting on records that show his client was arrested on drunken driving charges last month and in 2013. Volodymyr Zhukovskyy is being returned to New Hampshire to face seven counts of negligent homicide after a brief court appearance Monday in Massachusetts. The 23-year-old was arrested Monday at his home in West Springfield.
- Lifestyle HuffPost
"She came in fully dressed into the foyer... and it couldn’t have been more of a pure, snow-white dress."
- U.S. WPVI - Philadelphia
A college student from El Segundo in Southern California has been missing for nearly a week since she returned to school in Utah.
- Sports NBC Sports
Will injury push Durant from Golden State?