Congratulations, President Obama and team!
It should have been a crime what some in the District did, or didn't do.
Kaya Henderson has put forth an agenda that’s been working and, unless someone else can step to the plate with far better offerings, at the very least deserves the opportunity to continue carrying out initiatives that are bringing our schools ...
We commend Congressman Cedric Richmond for questioning U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on the timing of the federal prosecutor's decision to announce allegations that D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray knew about the shadow campaign funded by Jeff Thompson.
The Bible's injunction that we shall be judged by how we have treated the "least of these" (Matthew 25:40) appears in different forms in virtually every religion or faith. And surely the measure of a country is how it treats ...
The problem for the Republicans is that the children of the middle are facing low wages, the lack of employer-provided health insurance and they need help like the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program to hold on.
The media is used to rivet attention toward an issue or challenge. Unfortunately, it has rarely been used for good.
I have found myself getting a bit nervous as I hear various U.S. politicians rattling their swords in response to the Russian aggression in the Crimea. Before we lose our minds in this crisis, let's consider a few things.
Ella Baker was an outspoken warrior against injustice and inequality her entire life, and always, always unwilling to rest.
We watch the two parties fight every day, and then we take sides and jump in. Who is hurt by that? Certainly not them.
Athletic competition has a lot in common with military combat.
At a time when American employers desperately need an educated, skilled workforce to sustain economic recovery, a confused and conflicted White House is hurting the underserved communities it claims to support.
It's been a month now since Relisha Rudd went missing.
It's hard to find a better example of black self-hatred than William Reed's recent column, "Out of the Closet Onto the Altar" which appeared in the March 13 edition.
Many who love college sports can't bear to think of it as polluted by money. But here's the reality: it already is.