Late last week a man involved in a long running dispute with Annapolis newspaper the Capital Gazette stormed the paper’s newsroom with a shotgun, killing five people and wounding several others. The Gazette itself has extensive coverage of the incident. Reports suggest that the suspect, Jarrod W. Ramos, had been upset with the Gazette for some time because of an article the paper ran in 2011 regarding his guilty plea to a criminal harassment offense. Ramos tried unsuccessfully to sue the paper for defamation and otherwise harassed Gazette staff over several years. He has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder. Yesterday, newsrooms across the country held a moment of silence for the victims at 2:33 pm, marking the precise time of the attack a week earlier. Keep reading for more news.