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Police say there are "multiple fatalities" in a workplace shooting in Aberdeen, Maryland. Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler added there are "multiple people wounded" and the suspected shooter, a woman, was taken down and is in critical condition. Gahler would not give specific numbers, but early reports said five people were shot and three people are dead in the shooting at the RiteAid distribution center.    The standoff between Christine Blasey Ford and Senate Republicans remains unchanged. The want to talk to the college professor who says Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers in the 1980s. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has given Ford until tomorrow to decide whether she'll testify at a hearing on Monday, but she says she will not show up until there is an FBI investigation.    Police are identifying the man arrested and charged in the deadly stabbing of a woman in an upscale Washington, DC neighborhood. DC Police Chief Peter Newsham identified the suspect as Anthony Crawford of Northwest DC during a news conference today. Crawford is facing first degree murder charges in the death of Wendy Martinez, a jogger who was fatally stabbed Tuesday.    President Trump isn't pleased with the new spending bill in Congress. The President took to Twitter this morning demanding to know where the money for the border wall is. He called the bill ridiculous and accused Democrats of obstructing law enforcement and border security.    A lawsuit against World Wrestling Entertainment over concussions is being thrown out by a federal judge in Connecticut. About 60 former professional wrestlers filed the suit claiming the WWE failed to protect them from repeated head trauma causing permanent damage. The judge ruled Monday, claims were frivolous or filed too late, after the statute of limitations expired.    There are reports Amazon is planning to open three-thousand of its no-cashier Amazon Go stores by 2021. Bloomberg News calls it Amazon's most aggressive move into brick-and-mortar retail since it bought Whole Foods in 2016. The store uses censors and lightweight automation software so people can shop and check out without dealing with a clerk or payment kiosk.