Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec April 13, 2015 at 9:00 am 0

Cherry blossom buds

Aftermath of Suicide at the Capitol Building — The person who fatally shot himself on the west side of the Capitol building on Saturday was a 22-year-old with an Illinois address. He reportedly was carrying a sign that said “Tax the one percent.” Regular tourism continued this weekend, though some visitors said they were haunted by the news. [Washington Post]

Bullfrog Bagels Opening Near Eastern Market — The popular H Street NE bagel shop Bullfrog Bagels will open a second outpost, at 317 7th St. SE, near Eastern Market. The shop will likely open in September, the owner said. [Capitol Hill Corner]

Man’s Body Found Off Southwest Waterfront — A man’s body was recovered from the water Saturday afternoon near the 1300 block of Maine Avenue SW, police said Sunday. [WTOP]

Potential Marine Barracks Construction Sites — The U.S. Marine Corps released a study of five potential sites for new housing near the Marine Barracks complex on 8th Street SE. All five sites are between 5th and 11th streets SE, south of Southeast Freeway. [JDLand]

International Spy Museum May Move to L’Enfant Plaza — The museum wants to build at six-story building at 900 L’Enfant Plaza. The plan is subject to approval by the Commission of Fine Arts and will be reviewed this week. [Washington Business Journal]


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