5 Dead in Annapolis Newspaper Shooting. 3 Things to Know Today.
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Thursday afternoon, journalists at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland faced a gunman in their own newsroom and lost five of their colleagues. But the newspaper staff was determined to put out the next day's paper as scheduled, and they did -- reporting on the attack and writing detailed obituaries for the dead.
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