Around 9:15 this morning, a man in a black pickup truck drove onto the sidewalk in front of the Library of Congress, near First an Independent Southeast. We responded to a disturbance call. The driver of the truck told the responding officer on the scene that he had a bomb, and what appeared, the officer said appeared to be a detonator in the man’s hand. So we immediately evacuated the nearby buildings. As you all know, the House and Senate are on recess, and — but there are still people working throughout some of the buildings that were nearby this location. I don’t want to get into the negotiations that are ongoing. I know that some information has come out, been livestreamed. So I know you all may have some information, but my negotiators are hard at work trying to have a peaceful resolution to this incident. Not only do we have U.S. Capitol Police on the scene, but Metropolitan Police Department, of Washington, D.C., is with us, the F.B.I., Washington field office, A.T.F. and of course, D.C. Fire and E.M.S.