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City's Next Step Uncertain after Council ...

It's back to the drawing board for staffers at the D.C. Office of Contracting and Procurement after the D.C. Council ...

Education

DCPS, Howard U. Launch New Dual ...

Howard University President Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick joined Mayor Muriel Bowser and District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson ...

Opinion

Francis Rollins, director of the Southeast Children's Fund, welcomes the audience to an informative program, "Promoting Educational Excellence," at THEARC on Tuesday, April 14.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Enjoying Your ...

Please keep up the good work, because if you don't bring it to us, no one else will.

Sports

Lamont Peterson (Rouse Photography Group)

Lamont Peterson on Garcia Fight: I'm ...

Lamont Peterson hasn't quite decided on how he'll handle his rapidly approaching championship fight against undefeated Danny "Swift" Garcia. One ...

Business

Reps. Carolyn B. Maloney, the ranking Democrat on Congress's Joint Economic Committee, and G.K. Butterfield, chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, speak during a joint press conference on April 14, 2015, to discuss a new report from the committee detailing major economic challenges in the African-American community.

Economic Challenges Widen in Black Communities: ...

Congressional lawmakers released a new report Tuesday from the Joint Economic Committee on the economic challenges faced by black communities ...

Health

Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson applauds gains in health care coverage by African-Americans and Latinos. (Courtesy photo)

Blacks, Latinos Make Health Care Gains

Recent health care reports show declines in the uninsured rates for both African-Americans and other minorities nationally, while highlighting that ...
Blue Plains, located in Southeast in Ward 8, is expected to become the site of the world's largest biosolids management and treatment programs by the end of the summer 2015. (Courtesy photo)

DC Water Biosolids Management Program

It took more than 10 years, two general managers and $460 million, but before the summer is out, Washington, D.C. ...