The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been floating at or above the 17,000 mark in the past two months — an all-time high. Who gets the wealth, though?
In the history of the Republic, this crop has the dubious distinction of being perhaps the worst, laziest and most torpid Congress ever.
Actor and comedian Robin Williams' death by suicide last month put the spotlight on suicide and its relationship to mental health.
It's jarring to drive or walk around the District and see homeless people in doorways, on grates, under bridges and elsewhere around the city. This state of affairs is especially troubling given the tremendous wealth that resides in the nation's ...
The teams that competed in this year's Little League World Series are still basking in their success though they didn't cop the big prize.
Can't wait, can't wait! That’s all I can say about the AT&T Nation's Football Classic game at RFK Stadium between my Howard University Bison and the Morehouse College Maroon Tigers.
As fighters for the Islamic State of Iraq in the Levant continue their lightning-quick invasion and capture of significant sections of northern Iraq — and their murderous rampage against anyone who's not Sunni — the U.S. is being dragged back ...
The City of Greenbelt recently joined a growing number of municipalities that plan or have already installed automated license plate readers. The mounted reader, which is capable of scanning 1,000 license plates a second, will operate 24 hours a day.
When we were young, our parents and grandparents when surprised by tumultuous events, would from time to time say, “This is the end of times.” A story coming out of Virginia made us think of that.
The murder of 18-year-old Mike Brown by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9 has again torn the scab off this country's festering racial wounds.
The largest gathering of African leaders in the U.S. went off without a hitch.
In the end, it appears that Michael Steele couldn't resist the lure of politics.
All week, Washington, D.C. has been Africa Central, as dozens of African leaders are in town for meetings with President Barack Obama.
It's anyone's guess if at the end of this latest handgun saga, D.C. residents and visitors will be free to carry handguns in public. The odds, however, seem tipped heavily in favor of those seeking the right and freedom to ...
In the life of every country, community and city, people have depended on rivers and waterways for growth, development and sustainability.