Capitol Police says it investigating suspicious vehicle in front of U.S. Supreme Court By Reuters
Jan Wolfe and Lawrence Hurley
WASHINGTON (Reuters] – The U.S. Capitol Police stated Tuesday it was investigating a suspicious car in front the U.S. Supreme Court. On Tuesday, the court heard arguments from nine U.S. justices.
The department released a Twitter statement stating that they are looking into a suspect vehicle at the Supreme Court on First Street. The area should be avoided. More information will be provided as soon and as possible.
Two criminal-related cases were heard by the Supreme Court on Tuesday morning.
Monday was the start of the new term for nine justices. This is the first time they have heard oral arguments since the COVID0-19 pandemic.
This court will hear major cases on gun rights and abortion during its term.
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