USA Today Headquarters Evacuated, Authorities Say No Sign of Violence After Report of Armed Man

Newspaper’s Virginia headquarters were evacuated on Wednesday morning

USA Today reported that its own headquarters evacuated Wednesday after what it says is a “mistaken report of a person with a weapon.”

Quoting an unidentified federal source not able to speak publicly, USA Today said that there was no indication of a shooting or shots fired.

The McLean, Virginia, building houses not only USA Today, but its parent company, Gannett, and other businesses.

Fairfax County Police have found no evidence of any acts of violence or injuries, it said in a tweet.

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