Congressional baseball game goes on following Alexandria shooting; DOJ investigating McLean-based Booz Allen Hamilton

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Friday, June 16.

The congressional baseball game took place at Nationals Park in D.C. following the Alexandria shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise Wednesday. The Democrats won but gave the trophy to the Republicans to give to Scalise, who remains in critical condition. The shooter, who was shot and killed by police, was living in a van in Northern Virginia in the months prior to the attack and reportedly went on a profane rant against President Donald Trump at an Alexandria auto repair garage.
(The Washington Post, The Washington Post)

The Department of Justice is investigating McLean-based government services company Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. for possibly incorrectly charging the government for overhead costs.
(Washington Business Journal)

The U.S. Army backed out of a potential land-swap deal with Arlington County and instead will use all of the Navy Annex to expand Arlington National Cemetery. County officials were hoping to use the land for public buildings.
(Washington Business Journal)

The free summer concert series Music at the Marina at Leesylvania State Park in Woodbridge will begin June 24.
(What’s Up Woodbridge)

Sen. Tim Kaine will speak at the Virginia Railway Express’ 25th anniversary commemoration ceremony at the station in downtown Fredericksburg this morning.