Update: All clear given at Navy Yard

U.S. Capitol Police gave the all clear around 10 a.m. after an emergency call was made early Thursday morning about possible shots fired at the Washington Navy Yard. "There are no signs of a shooting, a shooter, or victims," the Navy said in a statement. "All personnel are safe and accounted for."

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