(Washington, DC) — Those who live and work around the nation’s capital gathered to mark the death of Osama bin Laden on Monday. At the Pentagon, there was a quiet memorial as family and friends remembered those lost on 9-11, 2001. Meanwhile, security has been increased around Washington amid concerns over anti-American violence. DC Mayor Vincent Gray reminds Washingtonians to be on guard and says the city is working with federal partners to ensure “appropriate protective measures” are being taken. In addition, bomb-sniffing dogs are scouring metro stations.
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