Annapolis, MD
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At least five people have died after a shooter opened fire in the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, MD. It's unclear how many other people have been injured. A suspect has been taken into custody.

A crime reporter with the Gazette tweeted shortly after the incident:

This shooting comes one day after alt-right nationalist Milo Yiannopolis called for "vigilante squads to start gunning journalists down” in a text message to an Observer reporter. Of course, this also comes after Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened the press, calling journalists the "enemy of the people."

Trump has yet to comment on the shooting.

Shortly after the shooting, Baltimore police officers went to the Baltimore Sun newspaper (which happens to own Capital Gazette), out of precaution. Police in New York City have also been dispatched to a number of media organizations in NYC out of precaution.

A few responses from elected officials that aren't Trump: