Prince William County Police determined the deaths of three Virginia teenagers last month were due to suicide.
Environmentalists are being disingenuous or they're flat-out wrong when they claim that the proposed $6.8 billion merger between Pepco and Exelon doesn't provide tangible customer benefits and interferes with clean energy efforts, Exelon officials said.
Writer and producer Arthur Muhammad said he wanted to drive home the serious notion that decisions, good or bad, have consequences in his new movie, "Carter High," which screened Monday at Howard University and opens in theaters nationwide Nov. 13.
D.C. Councilman Vincent Orange wants ex-offenders to have a chance at entrepreneurship when they return home from being incarcerated.
The Jack Sims Shoe Foundation, Inc., is taking giant steps toward reducing the millions who have never owned a single pair of new shoes by providing free new shoes to needy children around the world.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has beefed up her administration’s efforts to curb homelessness this winter by encouraging residents to help pass the “Year Round Access to Shelter Policy Amendment Act.”
A new Walmart Supercenter opened Wednesday, Oct. 28, in Northeast D.C., offering consumers a broad range of fresh groceries and merchandise at affordable prices.
Prince William County Police determined the deaths of three Virginia teenagers this weekend were committed by suicide.
District of Columbia public high school student Milagro Argueta told the audience that if she and her Spanish-speaking friends are lucky enough to eat lunch at their school in peace, it’s a good day.
A merger of Exelon Corp and Pepco Holdings Inc. would create the largest electric utility holding company in the country.
At-Large Councilmember Vincent Orange has been on the forefront of the campaign to secure full voting representation and statehood for the District of Columbia.
Local activist groups in the District have denounced Mayor Bowser’s Anti-Crime Bill and say it’s not only unconstitutional and racist, but believe it would result in the displacement of native Washingtonians.
Scores of Washington residents recently gathered at City Hall and packed the City Council chambers to voice their opposition to the Mayor Muriel Bowser’s proposals for warrantless searches of ex-offenders and to equip police with body cameras whose footage would ...
With so many moving parts, the Metropolitan Police Department's body-camera program continues to be a source of contention between city officials and concerned citizens.
Several months ago Richard Wright Public Charter School for Journalism and Media Arts in Southeast made headlines for their "Man the Block" initiative that provided students a safe passage home. Now those passages are being tested.