I think a worthwhile addition to The Washington Informer would be profiles of different DCPS or charter school teachers in each issue.
Donald Trump has often said he wants our country to return to the "good old days." For me and those who look like me, his dream is our nightmare.
The editorial board of The Washington Informer unanimously endorses Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.
The United States is on the brink of implosion, not so unlike 160 years ago when the righteous cause of abolishing slavery was at issue.
Hillary's emails, Bill and Donald's dalliances and sexual conquests are obviously far more critical (and titillating) than a small issue like our disabled and elderly being able to live out their lives without having to worry about silly things like ...
New investments in buildings, roads and bridges are a key foundation for our economic success. Even more important to that success is building our human infrastructure — a foundation for preparing our nation's children for the future.
Instead of staking his legacy on the results of the November elections, however, President Obama might be better advised to improve his legacy by taking bold actions in these last days of his presidency.
Moderator Chris Wallace should use Las Vegas as more than a backdrop. He should use it as a guide to issues that matter. Perhaps that can save us from another scratch-and-claw alley fight.
Medical aid in dying is one option among several that can be available to people facing a terminal prognosis of six months or less to live. It is a humane and compassionate option, and it is an option those of ...
What Trump stands for, we don't need; in fact, his values demean us here at home and in the world.
Help! I've read all of the articles in your paper about the new African-American Museum in Washington, D.C., but I need help in trying to get tickets for my Scout troop. What can I do?
Diversity is good for communities, companies and our nation. And in the health care field, the need for diversity is evident every day.
Paul Ryan has called Donald Trump a racist, but he is willing to dance with the devil because it serves his purposes. What about you?
If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today, I am certain he would be urgently saying it is a moral imperative for each one of us to register and vote in our local, state, and national elections this year ...
On every visible level this week, casino operator Donald J. Trump looks less and less like he will be elected the 45th president of the United States.